Adelaide based Alternative Metal/Progressive-Rock outfit At Fates Mercy have just released latest single ‘No Reflection’, taken from their highly-anticipated forthcoming album.
Demonstrating diverse talents for writing and performing complex Post-Melodic/Hardcore sounds, At Fates Mercy have established a truly unique foundation, whilst paving a course for success locally and abroad.
The South Australian five-piece have kept a blistering pace of momentum since forming, celebrating the triumphant release of their debut EP ‘Rebuild, Rewind’, whilst gaining national airplay and bolstering the band’s profile.
Continue reading At Fates Mercy – ‘No Reflection’ [Official Video]
Uplifting LA three-piece Wildcat! Wildcat! have announced their arrival to Australian and NZ audiences with the first single ‘Hero’ off their forthcoming debut album due for release this August.
”’Hero’ is our underdog anthem,” the band explain. It mixes the group’s innovative harmonies with dance production and an earworm chorus.
Continue reading Wildcat! Wildcat! release single ‘Hero’
Listen to ‘Barrenlands’ – the new single by Them Bruins.
Brisbane’s hardcore champs, Bound for Ruin are taking one last run around the country with their brand new single, From Victim to Villain. Releasing the track as a single, signals the last release from their album “Oblivion” before they move into new album recording phase. The boys are taking the opportunity to do one great big last hurrah to the album for the fans and then are going to bunker down putting all of their effort into a new slab of their melodic hardcore for release in 2015.
They are taking the single all around the country, taking in QLD, NSW, VIC, SA and WA in a round-the-country run that would usually test the mettle (metal?) of many a band. They take in iconic venues around the country such as Crowbar in Brisbane, the Cooly at the Gold Coast, Bald Faced Stag in Sydney and The Basement in Canberra.
Continue reading BOUND FOR RUIN | ‘Victim To Villain’ Tour | June/July 2014 *UPDATED*
(You’re) Blind Baby is the fourth single from Dollar Bar’s album Paddington Workers Club. The video was written, directed, filmed and edited by Matt Banham of No Through Road and Matt Banham’s Jokes internet fame. It features Dollar Bar’s Chris Yates having a lonely BBQ for one, and appropriating Jerry Seinfeld’s famous umbrella move ‘The Twirl’.
Continue reading Music Video | Dollar Bar – (You’re) Blind Baby
Review by Scott Singh
Friday night at The Metro Theatre showcased a diverse range of acts that provided mixed vibes of the rock, which left everyone with coarse voices and drained bodies. The trio of bands who performed each owned their set and left a distinct mark on the crowd, showing off their signature sounds.
Born Lion were first to take the stage. This local band already had a gathering of local support waiting to rock along with these party goers. Stylised as harsh rockers with dynamic stage chemistry, their faithful head-bangers took the front of the crowd to feed off the energy that was released by the band.
Continue reading Live Review | The Bronx + High Tension + Born Lion @ The Metro Theatre, Sydney – June 20, 2014
By Natalie Salvo
It was fifty years ago today that Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play. Not quite, but it has been that long since The Beatles did their first and only tour of Australia. The tribute band, The Beatle Boys would recreate their 1964 set as well as play another full set of classics, favourites and some obscure songs at the State Theatre. It proved to be one fun night and respectful tribute to the Fab Four.
The first act went for just 35 minutes but this was how long a headline act would typically perform for in 1964. The concert started with video containing black and white archive footage from the Australian tour when Beatlemania was in full force. From there, The Beatle Boys (John Kater as Paul, Christopher Lee Frazer as John, Rodney Auld as George and Michael Brady as Ringo) launched into the chugging pop of “I Saw Her Standing There”.
Continue reading Live Review: The Beatle Boys @ State Theatre, Sydney – June 21, 2014
Photo Credit: Daniel Boud
Coldplay surprised 2400 lucky fans when Kylie Minogue joined them onstage at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre for an encore performance of two songs – ‘Where The Wild Roses Grow’ and ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’.
Continue reading Kylie Minogue performs with Coldplay at The Enmore Theatre in Sydney, Australia 19th June 2014
Influenced by more contemporary beats, and elements of electronica, Rita enlisted the help of local producer RHyno aka Ryan Ritchie (True Live, Kimbra, Paris Wells) to help diversify her sound and production – and that’s exactly what he did. The EP features legendary violinist Tim Fain (Black Swan & Phillip Glass), emcee duties from RHyno and of course the most important ingredient – Rita’s honest heartfelt lyrics, sung with passion and delivered by a vocal that commands your attention.
Continue reading Rita Satch – EP Launch at The Toff In Town, Melbourne – Thursday 26th June 2014