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Posted 25 Jan 2013 @ 9:10am

The Yarra is set to shine with the inaugural White Night Melbourne releasing their full program.

 

The Yarra River will play host to the largest laser, water and light show ever seen in Melbourne. The laser and light show titled, From the Deep would feature a 40 metre high water fountain, lasers tracing the lines of the Princes Bridge and surrounding buildings, all set to an...

Posted 12 Oct 2012 @ 1:53pm

For many people who were on their death bed, they would consider wallowing in whiskey, drugs while dancing to music. In acclaimed author and playwright Barry Oakley's new play entitled Music, Jack does exactly that.

 

Richard Piper (City Homicide, Blue Heelers) stars as Jack as he destroys relationships, deals with the depression associated with imminent death, and clowns around...

Posted 19 Jul 2012 @ 3:45pm

British singer-songwriter Cosmo Jarvis has announced that he will “pop up” for a show in Melbourne, to celebrate the release of his third album Think Bigger.

 

Think Bigger was just released two days ago, however Cosmo Jarvis has garnered himself much attention through his YouTube “observational comedy skits about small town life” and triple j Hottest 100-reaching single Gay...

Posted 2 May 2012 @ 9:35am

 

For all their catchy hooks and festival-friendly choruses, there has always been something a bit dark and misanthropic about the Kaiser Chiefs. Take songs like Never Miss A Beat or I Predict A Riot – superficially bouncy though the music might be, both have lyrics that tap into a deep dissatisfaction with the state of the world. Singer Ricky Wilson agrees that the band’s attitude to...

Posted 1 May 2012 @ 12:20pm

So much can be said of Krautrock’s influence on modern music. Although many of the musicians affiliated with the scene don’t identify themselves as Krautrock; (a term coined by English listeners) the German experimental music scene of the '70s facilitated the growth of future electronic, ambient, post rock and noise movements. It’s stimulus on music and sound art is undeniable. Having seen...

Posted 1 May 2012 @ 11:16am

So then, what’s the band name and what do you ‘do’ in the band?
El Moth – a lot of inexplicable extra-curricular activities with a healthy dose of music on the side.

What do you reckon people will say you sound like?
Better than nails down a chalkboard, these guys are actually alright for a bunch of drunks (minus Leon, he's a good boy!)

What do you love about making...

Posted 1 May 2012 @ 11:14am

So then, what’s the band name and what do you ‘do’ in the band?
The band is called earl and you've got all of us. Troy – guitars and all things tech. Tom – drums. Jackson – slappin' the bass, and myself, Mark – vocals and guitar.

Bearing the terrible clichéd nature of this question, what do you reckon people will say you sound like?
Pop-rock. No one has told us we sound like...

Posted 1 May 2012 @ 11:11am

So then, what’s the band name and what do you ‘do’ in the band?
We’re called Michael McQuaid’s Red Hot Rhythmakers. I’m the bandleader, and I play trumpet and write music for the group.

 

What do you think people will say you sound like?
We play really old-school big band jazz, the sort of stuff you would have heard in a Chicago speakeasy in the '20s or a Harlem...

Posted 30 Apr 2012 @ 9:32am

It's always tough on fans when a singer leaves a band. Sure, Van Halen did fine with Sammy Hagar, and AC/DC didn't exactly flounder when Brian Johnson joined, but there's always that moment of "Oh jeez, will this work?" Post-Lane Warrant, heck, even post-Hagar Van Halen - there's lots of scope for a misstep. Well the new Dragonforce album, The Power Within, will immediately shut up anyone who...

Posted 30 Apr 2012 @ 9:56am

After reforming in 2011, Canadian rock band The Tea Party have announced that they will be touring Australia in July.

 

Though the trio disbanded temporarily in 2005, they had managed to tour Australia twelve times between 1994 and 2004 and release eight albums within their 15 years together. When the band reformed in...

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