Your annual overnight BYO and camping farm festival jaunt is back and ready to raise the bar even higher in 2015! Boasting not one, but two side-by-side main stages, the Red Deer amphitheatre plays host to the best national, emerging and local bands across a full day and night of good times.
Continue reading Red Deer Festival 2015 – Lineup Announcement
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||Iconic Brisbane music venue RIC’S is proud to present their inaugural BIG BACKYARD FESTIVAL. Utilizing the courtyard behind RG’s and the upstairs and downstairs stages at RIC’S, the BIG BACKYARD is a brilliant space sure to create an intimate and unique festival experience.
Outside, upstairs and downstairs.
21 bands for $75. Tickets Available Here
VIOLENT SOHO had a huge 2010. They moved to Brooklyn and signed to Thurston Moore’s Ecstatic Peace label touring the US with Dinosaur Jr and The Bronx. They’re home and they are sure to smash it in our Big Backyard.
Continue reading RIC’S BIG BACKYARD FESTIVAL – 2ND ANNOUNCEMENT
Review: Pepa Wolfe
YOU AM I @ THE HI-FI BRISBANE – 27TH NOVEMBER 2010
SUPPORTED BY – WE ALL WANT TO, THE HONEY MONTH, CHARLES JENKINS
||An eclectic night at the Hi-fi (Brisbane) began with Charles Jenkins and his special brand of epic tales and poetry. Just the man, his guitar and a few gems, mainly from his current album Walk This Ocean and the previous release Blue Atlas.
A smattering of devotees amongst the early chatting crowd requested favourites. He didn’t have time to play Trees of Brisbane, but those begging for Swing Bridge got lucky.
Friendly, self-depreciating and appreciative of his audience, he worked his way through a strong set, from the heartbreaking Autumn Fall to the thrilling beckoning of Save. Fantastic imagery, bittersweet, at turns gripping then soothing, each song has simplicity yet feels cinematic. Such a beautiful repertoire. If you’re not yet familiar with Jenkins, do yourself a favour and become promptly acquainted.
Continue reading YOU AM I @ The Hi-Fi, Brisbane 27th November 2010 with We All Want To, The Honey Month, Charles Jenkins – Live Review
||They’re fresh, they’re free and they’re moving in. WE ALL WANT TO
In 2007 Tim Steward, from Brisbane’s Screamfeeder, released a solo album and put a band together to play the songs live. Two years later they had written a whole set of new material and needed a new name. WE ALL WANT TO was born. All members swap instruments frequently which makes for a chaotic – but fun – live show.
Venue: Brisbane Powerhouse – Turbine Platform
Continue reading We All Want To! @ Brisbane Powerhouse, each friday during September 2009