By Meghan Player
It’s been a pretty rad few days for fans of LA punks, The Bronx; who, having been added to the hectic bill of Violent Soho, Luca Brasi and Tired Lion – are currently doing a big old lap of our shores.
Continue reading Live Review : Mariachi El Bronx – Manning Bar, Sydney – 2nd November 2016 →
Bluesfest Day 3
By Wanda Hill
The rain came down as spirits soared lifted by music unfazed by the weather or mud underfoot. Day three was a bit wet but who really cares when your safe and dry listening to The Gypsy Kings surrounded by warm bodies all captivated by sounds that make you feel like you’re thousands of miles away in the warm Spanish countryside having a religious experience. Being transported by Spanish Romini elder Nicholas Reyes’s vocals in combination with the magical flamenco guitar of Tonino Baliardo, supported by younger cousins on vocals and guitars is a cultural experience everyone should have in this lifetime.
Continue reading Live Review : Bluesfest Byron Bay 2015 – Day 3 →
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 →
he Bronx don’t take their responsibility to deliver unforgettable nights to Australian audiences lightly. In anticipation of their arrival this June, the five-piece from Los Angeles have announced which quality local acts they will be sharing the stage with.
Continue reading The Bronx | East Coast Australian Tour – June 2014 | Supports Announced →
Interview: Kenada Quinlan
Approximately 24 months old, POLAR are a hardcore statement that are already making waves across Europe while securing suport slots with the likes of Gallows. Part of an ever increasing UK hardcore pack, this 5-piece from Guilford, England obliterate the boundaries of hardcore bringing guts, melody and musical intelligence to the fold.
Off the back of the band’s recent signing to independent label A Wolf At Your Door Records, an excited Life Music Media (LMM) catches up with vocalist Adam Woodford (AW) to talk all things hard, fast, loud and Jager.
LMM – How have the last 12 months been?
||AW – The last 12 months have been amazing, we have put alot of work into our live performance with various tours with great bands such as It Prevails and Heart in Hand.
||We are really proud of our first EP which is called ‘This Polar Noise’ this then got us noticed by Wolf At Your Door and has led us to be signed with our first release to be out in February 2011.
LMM – The most memorable experience…
||AW – The most memorable experience we have had is being main support for Bring Me The Horizon for there album launch, it was a very good experience to play with one of the biggest bands in the world and to much younger audience which was a challenge and we feel we won over some new fans.
LMM – Can you tell us about the song-writing process…
Continue reading Interview: POLAR – The New Noise →
SOCIAL DISTORTION SYDNEY SHOW ADDED! THE BRONX TO SUPPORT!!
||SOCIAL DISTORTION’S Australian fans will finally get their moment in the sun after 31 grueling years!
SOCIAL DISTORTION are seminal punk torchbearers and is all that is right and pure about rock’n’roll. There’s always been genuine soul in the work of this Orange County crew, Mike Ness undoubtedly the closest musical descendant to Johnny Cash as you’ll find in the business.
THE BRONX is the LA beast that cannot be tamed, neutered or sedated. Anyone that has seen the ultimate party mob live will testify to their blood pumping set, brutal punk’n’roll and unrivalled destruction with the conductor of carnage frontman Matt Caughtran. “If the spirit of punk and the brawn of US hardcore is to be found anywhere today then it is in The Bronx” – Mojo. THE BRONX are back in Australia, kicking ass and taking names.
Australian fans have waited what seems like an eternity for this; and we are thrilled to announce SOCIAL DISTORTION and THE BRONX will be performing a legendary sideshow at the Enmore Theatre on Tuesday 1 March.
TICKETS ON SALE FOR THE SYDNEY SHOW ON FRIDAY 26 NOVEMBER 2011, 9AM
New show announced!
TUESDAY 1 MARCH 2011 – SYDNEY, ENMORE THEATRE – Lic A/A
www.ticketek.com.au 132 849
WEDNESDAY 2 MARCH 2011 – MELBOURNE, PALACE THEATRE – 18+
www.ticketek.com.au 132 849 – On sale now…strictly limited tickets remain.
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||Brisbane-reared, Brooklyn-based noise merchants Violent Soho are back in Australia this month, playing long awaited homecoming dates to celebrate the release of their self titled new album.
Lead single ‘Jesus Stole My Girlfriend’ has won some solid support on Australian radio and has reached the Billboard Top 40 rock songs chart and the Canadian Top 20 airplay chart.
Violent Soho’s already famed, explosive live shows have been further honed on back to back US & UK tours with Dinosaur Jr, Built to Spill, AFI and The Bronx. If these shows weren’t already going to be loud enough, Scul Hazzards and Butcher Birds will be joining the guys on all dates, which is set to make them some of the most talked about and raucous in 2010.
Continue reading VIOLENT SOHO Supports announced! →
Review By: Hannah Collins
A punk gathering with more ink than I’ve ever seen in one place gravitated to Brisbanes Hi Fi on Thurs 9th for what will soon become, a show of constant intrigue.
Entering the venue and approaching main viewing area, I’m tuned in to the sight of a rather tall, masked clown making funnies on the stage. Standing alone, in front of the red and gold, fanned Bronx titled backdrop, it feels somewhat like a circus. Deep red lighting accentuates the atmosphere, as the “clown” begins to chant and stir the audience. Statements like “get those tequila shots into you guys!” come ringing from right of stage.
Continue reading Live Review: The Bronx, Numbers Radio and Mariachi El Bronx @ The Hi-Fi, Brisbane 09 September 2009 →
With the release of AFTER THE FALL’s new album [IN] EXILE last week its time for the band it hit the road and get back to what AFTER THE FALL do best …. PLAYING LIVE!
AFTER THE FALL have teamed up with Melbourne band CALLING ALL CARS for a massive national tour hitting all capital cities & regional areas around the country. The tour kicks off in Brisbane with both bands playing the “Sounds Of Spring Festival” on Saturday September 26th and finishing up in Melbourne on Saturday the 5th of December at the “The Evelyn Hotel” Continue reading Calling All Cars/After The Fall ‘Go Hunting’ Tour →