Synth Rockers Red Beard have just announced that they will be joining The Getaway Plan for their National album tour, shortly after signing with new Australian label Elevnth Records and releasing their latest single ‘Hells Gates’.
‘Hells Gates’ has been picking up rotation on Channel [V] ‘s ‘The Revolution’. Continue reading →
THE GETAWAY PLAN have finally unveiled their highly anticipated third LP ‘Dark Horses’ to general praise and great excitement from dedicated fans, resulting in an impressive #10 debut on this week’s ARIA Chart, marking the band’s highest ARIA debut ever (Other Voices, Other Rooms debuted at #14, and Requiem at #17). An incredible achievement for the Melbourne quartet, who have released this album independently via their own label, Dope Mountain. Continue reading →
EL GRANDE FESTIVAL RETURNS TO GLADSTONE
SATURDAY MARCH 29 2014 AT BOJANGLES NIGHTCLUB
The wildly successful El Grande Festival returns for a 3rd go-round in Central Queensland, this time at Bojangles Nightclub, Gladstone. Dead Letter Circus heads up a MASSIVE day of rock, roots and hip hop presented by HotFM CQ, Southern Cross Ten and The Observer.
The change in venue for the festival was required after the previous two events sold out and required a larger space to accommodate Dead Letter Circus and the 25 acts playing on the day. Limited Physical Tickets will be available only for pre-sale through Last Wave Watersports and Anthony Breed music store for $40 or online at elgrande.oztix.com.au for $40 + Booking Fee. Continue reading →
Review by Heather Lloyd
Earlier this year, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus introduced an interesting concept to their Australian fans: the Choose Your Own Adventure tour. They listed a series of dates, and possible locations where they could play on each of those dates, and let their fans vote for the location – but not just with a click of the mouse, the fans had to buy a ticket in order for their vote to count. So when doors opened to their Brisbane show, you could be sure that the audience packing the lower level of the Hi-Fi were genuine fans. After all, they bought a ticket before they could even guarantee that they would see the band play in their city. Continue reading →