Get Ready For A Massive Concussion of Rock and Roll with The Dandy Warhols as they’ve just announced they’ll be heading to Australia to perform a special run of shows to celebrate their 25th Year Anniversary. The band will be performing in Melbourne at the Forum on Sunday 3rd November and in Sydney at The Enmore Theatre on Wednesday 6th November. Continue reading Tour News : THE DANDY WARHOLS – 25th Anniversary Australian Shows→
25 years of being consumed!
Emerging from one of the eddies in the independent undercurrent of Brisbane’s 90s music scene, the past 2.5 decades have been of ceaseless re-inventive spirit, playing with form and flux, the affection of self-parody, ever ambling a rickety bridge of modus vivendi, all bagged up with an effervescent outsider enthusiasm that has never left their skin. And now… to pound the quarter century mark with a fully blown visually rehabilitated retrospective of a show straddling a holographic hyperbole of antiquated technology, trawling the analogue back through the digital. Continue reading Tour News : Regurgitator – Quarter Pounder: 25 Years of Being Consumed→
Australia’s favourite barnstorming five-piece Bad//Dreems are back with their latest single ‘Double Dreaming’, the first taste of what to expect from their forthcoming album due out October this year via Farmer and the Owl, and today they announce a string of headline shows along the East Coast this July in support of the new single. Continue reading Tour News : Bad//Dreems ‘Double Dreaming’ Single Tour – July 2019→
Deaf Havana have been an enduring force in the British alt rock scene for almost a decade and a half, releasing five studio albums over 14 years. Their latest effort, ‘Rituals’, was released in August 2018 and has been described by the band and critics alike as an evolution of their sound. Featuring singles Sinner, Holy and Worship, frontman James Veck-Gilodi says that this album was written to be thematic. ‘Rituals’ scored Deaf Havana their second consecutive UK Top 10 album, and featured Singles of the Week on BBC Radio 1 and Virgin Radio, plus support from some of the UK’s most esteemed publications. Continue reading Tour News : Deaf Havana – Australian Tour – August 2019→