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Posted 20 Apr 2012 @ 8:11am

 

Titanic Melbourne industrial/cyber metallers Synthetic Breed have had a very long and colourful history. They've been through many of the extreme highs and rock bottom lows that hard working bands go through, and have emerged all the stronger for it.

 

2012 really sees them hitting their straps and kicking on in a big way. Their lineup is solid and...

Posted 19 Apr 2012 @ 2:30pm

 

Jack’s Mannequin and frontman Andrew McMahon and are back with their third studio album People And Things, released alongside the band’s performances at Soundwave this year. Their first record to be released since McMahon’s recovery from leukaemia, the album debuted in the United States at number one on the Billboard alternative rock albums chart, with a top ten showing on the...

Posted 18 Apr 2012 @ 2:00pm

 

Taken from their forthcoming sophomore album, Gun Has No Trigger sees the Dirty Projectors folding an crooning soul rock melody – something Simply Red might have toyed with, back in the day – into an increasingly strident harmony by the band’s idiosyncratic female vocalists. Such a strange brew I had to hear it a few times before I realised it was genius.

 

 

Posted 18 Apr 2012 @ 12:25pm

One of our fair country's most dynamic talents has announced a swift return to Melbourne, this time performing in a very intimate surrounding.

 

 

Currently based in New York, Daniel took the world by storm with the release of his Mark Ronson-produced debut album, Love & War, in 2009. The album went Platinum in the UK and earned him an ARIA Award, as well as a...

Posted 12 Apr 2012 @ 11:25am

I went away this Easter with a bunch of friends and proceeded to consume my bodyweight in rum and chocolate. As per our usual tradition we took it in turns to choose albums to submit one another to. This is usually tear-free considering we all share spectacular taste in music, but the fun and games came to a dramatic halt when one participant declared they had no preference in music… ever… in...

Posted 11 Apr 2012 @ 10:02am

 

Playing one final show before she disappears into hibernation to work on her highly-anticipated second album, Georgia Fields will be visiting The Famous Spiegeltent, along with her band and string quartet, to present the lush string arrangements of her first record, along with a preview of what can be expected from her completely new artistic...

Posted 2 Apr 2012 @ 12:49pm

Lanie Lane's career just keeps going from strength to strength. 

 

Fresh off a massive SXSW appearance, Lane has sold out two shows at The Corner Hotel for her Bangity Bang tour and has added another to meet the growing demand. It's been a whirlwind year for the songstress that has seen her record with Jack White and release her new album to critical praise. These shows are sure...

Posted 30 Mar 2012 @ 11:34am

Missed out on getting your paws on Husky tickets for their upcoming Melbourne show? 

 

Well fear not earthlings because the good folks are backing it up with a second performance. The local lads have been causing quite a stir on the international scene, becoming the first Aussie band to sign to legendary Seattle label Sub Pop. Following from their upcoming Australian tour, Husky...

Posted 28 Mar 2012 @ 6:52am

 

Vote For Aimee Francis In ISC People's Voice Category

Melbourne singer/songwriter/rock chick Aimee Francis might live in Sydney now (after some time in LA where she even supported the mighty Steel Panther at the Key Club on Sunset Boulevard – sweet gig!), but she still makes it back home for shows now and then. Aimee is one of the finalists in the 2011 International Songwriting...

Posted 28 Mar 2012 @ 6:52am

 

Vote For Aimee Francis In ISC People's Voice Category

Melbourne singer/songwriter/rock chick Aimee Francis might live in Sydney now (after some time in LA where she even supported the mighty Steel Panther at the Key Club on Sunset Boulevard – sweet gig!), but she still makes it back home for shows now and then. Aimee is one of the finalists in the 2011 International Songwriting...

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