Originating from Sydney, The Church’s career has now spanned four decades making it an institution in its own right.
To say Peter Koppes of The Church is a complex, intelligent man is bordering on understatement. He hasn’t yet claimed to be bigger than Jesus but he’s happy to analyse popular music outfits such as The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix without batting an eyelid. Koppes is a musical scientist it seems, on the […]
The 90’s were a golden era for Australian Music, with a swag of Indie acts emerging from the cultural cringe that was the 80’s. (Although some 80’s stuff was pretty damn good!) The Clouds brought something different to the party, in that their sound consisted of two talented women with exceptional harmonies and wispy, sometimes […]
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 30 years since The Stems released the cult classic ‘At First Sight Violets are Blue’, but the Indie legends are touring to celebrate the anniversary of their debut album
The 90s indie rock scene is quietly surging and Melbourne based Self Talk is leading that wave
We sat down with Josh Pyke ahead of his Adelaide performance and 2-disc compilation release titled Best of, B-Sides & Rarities.
This easy listening debut CD of The Fatherhood features original catchy tunes. They're a new South Australian indie folk/rock band that celebrates our State.
Australian Indie rock band The Whitlams, have been going strong for over twenty years. And if last Friday night’s gig was anything to go by, they just keep getting better.
To survive twenty years in a vicious industry such as music, you need to constantly reinvent yourself, stay current, or otherwise have a timeless sound that fans yearn for. Fortunately for Jebediah, they are a triple threat that has withstood the test of time and whilst they’ve not done so much of the ‘reinventing’, they’ve certainly honed their style to make it sound just as good today as it did when they burst on the scene 20 years ago.
OK, slightly vague on the ‘catchy’ title there, but for ex Screamfeeder/Madmen frontman Tim Steward, his latest album The Haze with his band We All Want To is the real hook.
After a six year ‘sabbatical’ from playing, Indie rock fashionista's Augie March burst back onto the scene last year with one of their finest studio albums ‘Havens Dumb’ and a string of shows throughout Australia
Yes fans, Jesus Jones who wowed us with their 90’s hit’s Right Here, Right Now and International Bright Young Thing, are headed back to Australia in March playing their hugely successful DOUBT album in full.
Little May is gaining international acclaim for their trademark dark lyrics sung in sweet, ethereal harmonies. After listening to their debut EP you could be forgiven for imaging the indie folk trio as gothic heroines
We’re super jazzed to announce not one, but two of music’s greatest dance-pop heavyweights will be stepping up! Dropping all NYE plans to come and spend it with you at Falls, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the following superstar artists will be joining the 2014 line-up and heading to Lorne, Marion Bay and Byron this summer!
Hard rocking four-piece Kingswood are hot property right now. With a reputation for energetic live performances, they have developed a strong following through a steady stream of singles and EPs, and have just travelled to Nashville to record their debut album Microscopic Wars with Grammy Award winning producer Vance Powell (Jack White, Artic Monkeys).
Twenty years in the music industry is a something worth celebrating. A band will only last that long if they have genuine chemistry and a real appreciation of the connection between performer and audience. Something for Kate demonstrated both in spades in the final show of their anniversary tour in front of a sell-out crowd at HQ
This Friday night at Adelaide’s Blackmarket, four piece Kiwi turned Sydney-siders Monte will rock the house. In what they’re calling a whirlwind ‘mini tour’, the band will be giving audiences a taste of their album which is set to be released around October third.
Ahead of the release of their debut LP ‘Microscopic Wars’ on August 22nd and fresh from a highly acclaimed live performance at Splendour in the Grass, Melbourne’s favourite indie-rockers Kingswood reveal their latest video for ‘I Can Feel That You Don’t Love Me’.
For a band that’s been together for over 20 years, The Dandy Warhols aren’t even thinking about slowing down anytime soon and are headed back to Australia for their National tour this month
Australian indie-dance trio RUFUS have always been about standing out and creating something different. They have a DIY attitude and if you have ever seen them perform you know they bring the stage to life