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Posted 10 Feb 2012 @ 11:33am


What are your names? Oh. And the name of your band…
My name is Raul Sanchez... and my name is Elissa Rose and the Band is called River of Snakes


And what do you do?
Raul: I play fuzzed out guitar, sing, scream, jump around, and act like an idiot.
Elissa: I play Bass and sing.


When did you start doing that?
Raul: I think I was born...

Posted 22 Nov 2011 @ 11:16am

The best damn party band in the world, Scissor Sisters, are heading back to Oz for the Pyramid Rock Festival and Summadayze. It seems like yesterday (actually it was just over a year ago) that they were last here, memorably bringing out Kylie Minogue to perform her single All The Loverswith the band at Festival Hall. The Scissor Sisters have a great relationship with Australia, and they can't...

Posted 6 Oct 2011 @ 10:09am

First up, what is this Death Console used by your vocalist Niik?


The Death-Console interfaces 2 keyboards, guitar, midi-guitar, bass effects, trumpet, drum triggers, smoke machine, 11 RGB LED ParCan lights and 1 UV LED light, footswitches, ZEN's 5th Member Niik, plugged into a computer operating Ableton Suite and DMXIS. The -Console is programmed differently for each...

Posted 22 Sep 2011 @ 9:33am

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

The Band is called Caitlin Park – I’m CP, I write the songs, arrange and compile the samples and play guitar and sing on stage.


What do you reckon people will say you sound like?

Audiobooks and found sound folk, like The Books, but maybe a bit more song-writer-y


What do you...

Posted 11 Aug 2011 @ 8:42am

No matter the capacity in which he performs music, it seems Australian audiences can't get enough of the work of Jim Ward. With two incredibly popular bands now undergoing varying forms of hiatus, the At The Drive-In founding member and Sparta front man is now gearing up to showcase a collection of his solo work. Though all founding members seemingly on amicable terms, a reunion of At The...

Posted 22 Jun 2011 @ 11:06am

Mentioning the term ‘rock opera’ often elicits extreme reactions, with responses falling somewhere either side of ‘lofty genius’ or ‘pretentious fuckwit’. Providing an album-length drama circling the life of a protagonist is a testing and ambitious task, and Ontario-based hardcore outfit Fucked Up have done just that. Brilliantly.


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