New Zealand Legends Beastwars Take Us Through Their Career Highlights

New Zealand Legends Beastwars Take Us Through Their Career Highlights

New Zealand outfit Beastwars command an untouchable reputation as one of the best metal acts in the southern hemisphere and they’re about to remind their

The Fascinating Realities Of Touring As A 30+ Piece Band

The Fascinating Realities Of Touring As A 30+ Piece Band

Every day is a celebration with Melbourne Ska Orchestra, but right now they really have a reason to party. Three years on from the release


Inside What It Took For Thirsty Merc To Get Back On The Road

Inside What It Took For Thirsty Merc To Get Back On The Road

Most of you would be aware that just a few months ago local music legends Thirsty Merc were involved in a fatal car crash in


Get To Know One Of Brissy’s Most Exciting Bands The Goon Sax

Get To Know One Of Brissy’s Most Exciting Bands The Goon Sax

We fell in love with young Brissy trio The Goon Sax since the release of their early singles ‘Sometimes Accidentally’ and standout ‘Boyfriend’ which we


Caligula’s Horse Take Us Inside Their Powerful New Video

Caligula’s Horse Take Us Inside Their Powerful New Video

By now we’re sure you know Caligula’s Horse as one of the country’s most exciting and creative progressive rock bands, but with the release of


The Guitar Gear Monster Truck Couldn’t Live Without

The Guitar Gear Monster Truck Couldn’t Live Without

Monster Truck is Jon Harvey (vocals & bass), Jeremy Widerman (guitar & vocals), Brandon Bliss (organ & vocals) and Steve Kiely (drums & vocals). Together,


Violent Soho Are Out To Prove ‘Hungry Ghost’ Wasn’t Just Some Fluke

Violent Soho Are Out To Prove ‘Hungry Ghost’ Wasn’t Just Some Fluke

It’s December 31st 2010 and Violent Soho, a four-piece from the Brisbane suburb of Mansfield, whose sound lies somewhere between The Smashing Pumpkins and the


Why The Drones Are The Most Relevant & Important Group In Australia Right Now

Why The Drones Are The Most Relevant & Important Group In Australia Right Now

“The best songs are like bad dreams…” is as much a prophecy as it is an opening lyric. It’s (Gareth) Liddiard firing a warning shot


Inside The International Rise Of Sydney’s Spookyland

Inside The International Rise Of Sydney’s Spookyland

Austrian author Hermann Broch’s 1945 novel The Death of Virgil recounts the Roman poet Virgil’s last hours. During this time, he pleads with the Emperor


Cub Sport Take Us Inside Their Return To The Aussie Music Scene

Cub Sport Take Us Inside Their Return To The Aussie Music Scene

Since the release of their first EP Told You So back in 2012 Brisbane’s Cub Sport have been on a roller coaster of new and


Get To Know Byron’s Most Exciting Singer Songwriter Garrett Kato

Get To Know Byron’s Most Exciting Singer Songwriter Garrett Kato

Much loved Byron Bay based (via Canada) singer songwriter Garrett Kato is fresh off the biggest year of his career, having spent 2015 enjoying rave


Why We Need To Do More To Support Indigenous Artists

Why We Need To Do More To Support Indigenous Artists

For those uninitiated Boomerang Festival is Northern NSW’s premier global Indigenous arts and culture festival and its bringing the culture to Byron Bay Bluesfest in a big


How To Tour On A Shoestring Budget With Rockers Alithia

How To Tour On A Shoestring Budget With Rockers Alithia

Fresh off support dates with Dead Letter Circus and Caligula’s Horse, Melbourne rockers Alithia are currently on the road to support their latest single and


The Practical Guide To Touring As An Indie Band

The Practical Guide To Touring As An Indie Band

It’s been repeated so often it’s almost a music industry cliche at this point – with the death of recorded music sales, touring is now


DMA’s Talk About What It’s Like Coming Home To A Dead City

DMA’s Talk About What It’s Like Coming Home To A Dead City

Being an indie band in Australia usually follows a similar trajectory: You and mates decide to make a band, you rehearse a 30 minute set with


The Drum Gear Jebediah Couldn’t Live Without

The Drum Gear Jebediah Couldn’t Live Without

Jebediah came roaring out of a late-’90s Australian rock renaissance that also gave us the likes of Silverchair, Powderfinger, Something For Kate, Killing Heidi, You


Get To Know One Of Australia’s Most Prolific Bands, The Citradels

Get To Know One Of Australia’s Most Prolific Bands, The Citradels

One of Melborune’s most underrated, underground psych-rock crews The Citradels recently unleashed their latest album Are They Still Here? (out via Psychic Ric Records) and it’s potentially the band’s most impressive




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