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Posted 3 May 2012 @ 10:51am

Queenscliff Music Festival, one of the most respected festivals on the calendar, has released a limited batch of earlybird tickets for quick-thinking punters.

 

 

With last years lineup featuring acts such as The Triffids and The Cruel Sea, you can expect an equally stellar roster this year.

 

Stay tuned to Beat for the full lineup announcement.

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Posted 16 Nov 2011 @ 11:27am

The music scene in inner-city Sydney in the early 1980s was, according to historical rock'n'roll record, a vibrant environment inspired by the lingering spirit of Radio Birdman and its Detroit Rock antecedents.

 

With its lo-fi pop sound, The Lighthouse Keepers seem at odds with that prevailing aesthetic - maybe it's...

Posted 10 Nov 2011 @ 9:45am

Graham Lee has devoted much of the last 12 years to acting as custodian of his former band's legacy. After the shock of David McComb's untimely death in 1999, just two weeks shy of his 37 thbirthday, Lee juggled his commitments with W.Minc. Records and various sessional gigs to oversee a painstaking effort in remastering The Triffids' classic albums.


 

"I kind of regard...

Posted 4 Nov 2011 @ 4:43pm
Brisbane musical collective The Gin Club will continue their recent tradition of performing a series of shows around Christmas - only this time armed with a new live album and the return of long-time Swedish member Ola Karlsson.

 

Often compared to artists such as The Triffids, The Go Betweens and The Band, The Gin Club is 'collective’ of around 11 people, and the live band features...

Posted 2 Sep 2011 @ 8:34am

They've stuck it out for almost ten years in the Australian music scene - a long time by anyone's count - so it's only fair to congratulate The Panics on their fourth album, Rain On The Humming Wire. The only problem is that it's typically Panics-like throughout - poignant, mellow and avoiding any exciting new musical ground.

 

The influence of being away from home is evident in...

Posted 31 Aug 2011 @ 12:40pm

Queenscliff Music Festival rev up the festival heat this summer with a second announcement of acts to add to the already blistering 2011 line up. 

 

New acts to join in include the UK’s Simon Breed, as well as two of Australia’s great songwriters Mick Harvey and David Bridie. Also announced are The Brothers Grim, The Blue Murders, uber cool jazzster Sarah...

Posted 18 Aug 2011 @ 9:27am

So then, what's the band name and what do you 'do' in the band?

 

Khancoban. I sing and play the guitar.

 

What do you reckon people will say you sound like ?

 

We've been likened to Wilco, Belle and Sebastian, The Triffids, The Go-Betweens, Yo La Tengo.

 

What do you love...

Posted 19 Jul 2011 @ 5:11pm

Gathering together an extensive inter-generational lineup of the cream of Aussie rock, the 2011 Queenscliff Music Festival looks set to be one of the highlights of the upcoming festival season.

 

Throwing together a solid mix of legendary acts and buzz-generating up-and-comers, 

 

Revered as Australian rock royalty, The Triffids will be performing their first...

Posted 7 Jul 2011 @ 10:20am

Jack Ladder certainly doesn't like to make the same record twice. His third album, Hurtsville, is a far cry from the Motown swagger of second album Love Is Gone, just as the latter was a stylistic leap from the lighter, sparser Not Worth Waiting For. His shift from blues-rock to goth-rock has swung the balance between Leonard Cohen and Nick Cave further in the...

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