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Posted 23 Mar 2012 @ 9:28am


Before there was '80s pop star Adam Ant, there was a young and excited teenager by the name of Stuart Goddard playing bass in a largely forgotten London rock’n’roll band by the name of Bazooka Joe. In November 1975 Bazooka Joe found itself on the same bill as another fledgling outfit by the name of the Sex Pistols. “It was St Martin’s College, and they were supporting us – it was...

Posted 11 Oct 2011 @ 11:10am



Luke from SteelBirds


Define y our genre in five words or less:


Soul singing, motown folk rocking!


Someone walks passed as you're playing, they get a beer and tell their friend about you... what do they say?


Got to get inside folks! These guys' harmonies are tight, the guitarist has a sweet bandana...

Posted 28 Jul 2011 @ 3:10pm

Try and say that album title three times fast, I dare you. It's not easy, is it? It's been four years for the Brisbane trio (four long years for their fans), but finally Regurgitator are back with their ninth studio album, SuperHappyFunTimesFriends.


Why that name, you ask? According to frontman, Quan, the title for the bands upcoming LP was chosen as “it seems upbeat and naïve...

Posted 3 Jun 2011 @ 9:54am

Jess McAvoy is leaving town. The acoustic-folk singer songwriter – who has called Melbourne home since she moved here from her hometown of Perth at age nineteen – is packing up her things and relocating to the northern hemisphere. After a successful performance at the Canadian music festival North By North East in 2010, it’s to this lovely country where she will be making a new home for...

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