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Posted 12 Dec 2012 @ 1:21pm

Ben asks Mike:

What is your favourite album at the moment / of all time?

Man, that's a tricky one. If we're judging using a system of "most plays at home" it's probably got to be Van Morrison's Veedon Fleece, which is strange because I don't really consider myself a huge Van Morrison fan. I find that album very soothing. Makes me feel like porky little angry Van has come into my...

Posted 26 Jun 2012 @ 8:48pm

Mike Noga has been present in the Australian music scene for a while now and is probably best known as the drummer for that little indie rock band that just keeps on giving (both in itself and via its many spin-off projects), The Drones. After the release of his second solo album last year, The Balladeer Hunter, Noga enjoyed a run of shows throughout Australia including support for Band Of...

Posted 31 Aug 2011 @ 8:41am

Whether monumental, disastrous or a culmination of extremes, the first gig of a national tour is always memorable. Performing songs from his solo album, Glimjack, and the Augie March catalogue, Glenn Richards and Drones guitarist Dan Luscombe delivered a set that was memorable in an awkward but ultimately endearing manner, where moments of chaos equalled those of enchantment.



Posted 16 Aug 2011 @ 11:35am

Tonight's bill of three contemplative, young, gents all performing their own brand of folk infused country and blues-based ballads was never going to put the security staff to the test. The only hostility on the dance floor was an over-zealous air conditioner.


Little John sure warmed the...

Posted 25 May 2011 @ 11:00am

Harrison Ford will always be Indiana Jones, Bruce Willis; John McClane. To some, Mike Noga is The Drones' drummer, yet for those who witness him launch his second album, The Balladeer Hunter, he's simply a tremendous songwriter and engaging performer.


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