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EAGLE AND THE WORM

Live Review: Eagle and the Worm + Fox & Fowl + Love Signs - Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane (06.06.14)

Eagle and the Worm have been a little quiet of late, until Record Store Day hit that is, and we had the pleasure of listening to their latest single "Automatic" on 7-inch wax. To celebrate this new release, the band celebrated with a string of east coast tour dates.

Tour Updates: SASKWATCH, Eagle And The Worm, Things Of Stone And Wood and more!

In this issue: SASKWATCH announce additional shows + supports, Eagle and The Worm announce support bands for upcoming East Coast tour, Things Of Stone And Wood sell out Melbourne show + add another, Anberlin add Melbourne show, Josh Pyke adds more shows to regional tour, SAFIA take Akouo on the road, The Audreys add more shows to "Til' My Tears Roll Away" tour, Peabody celebrate 20th anniversary with some special guests, APES join Band Of Skulls on the road + more.

Live Review: BIGSOUND Live - Night 1 (11.09.13)

There is a magical time of the year, when all the stars align and the live music scene in Brisbane booms. This magical time of year is called BIGSOUND. Step 1: bring together industry gurus from all over the country and from across the seas and throw them together in a conference room for 4 days. Step 2: On the middle two nights, then bring them out for to party, and invite the people of Brisbane who love live music. Step 3: Watch the bliss unfold. This year BIGSOUND live boasted 120 acts over 12 glorious stages. This is a but snapshot of the two-night festival.

Photo Gallery: BIGSOUND Live - Night 1 (11.09.13)

Fortitude Valley was once again taken over by the Australian music industry for the first night of BIGSOUND Live for 2013. We sent Heath Carney along to bring us these photos. Featuring Billy Bragg, Adalita, Feelings, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, The Delta Riggs (pictured) and many more...

BIGSOUND 2013: What you should know and who you should see!

With BIGSOUND gearing up for what is going to be another successful run in 2013, we thought it'd only be beneficial to give you a comprehensive guide of what's set to go down, what we recommend catching and more - no doubt your schedules are already causing headaches from the amount of awesome individuals set to speak and perform.

Live Review: Eagle and the Worm + Sagamore - The Workers Club (27.08.13)

As we entered the band room of the Worker’s Club, we were instantly greeted by the unassumingly impressive sounds of Eagle and the Worm’s fresh faced support act Sagamore. It was a pleasant introduction to this fairly new band on the Melbourne music scene, who delivered a charming set packed with cruisy, laid-back numbers that contained a bona fide beach vibe. There’s no doubt their tunes would be a suitable addition to a spontaneous drive along the coast, if only they had an album. Watch this space. It’ll be worth it.

Live Review: Ball Park Music + Eagle and the Worm - Enmore Theatre (06.07.13)

People really like Ball Park Music. If this fact wasn't already evident enough from Brisbane quintet’s four appearances in Triple J’s Hottest 100 countdown, their current national tour will put the claim beyond reasonable doubt.

Gig Announcements: Melbourne & VIC - 10th July 2013

In this issue: Electrik Dynamite, Gabriel Antonio and Bee play The Espy, The Impossible No Goods launch, Sex on Toast celebrate new video, Jeff Lang plays homecoming show, Eagle and the Worm, Brothers Hand Mirror and ALTA announce Workers Club residencies, Tully and Tully perform as part of Leaps & Bounds festival and Eugene Hamilton and Hetty Kate battle it off in a Royal Rumble.

Live Review: Ball Park Music + Eagle & The Worm + Jeremy Neale - The Forum, Melbourne (05.07.13)

Heading to The Forum with high expectations (I mean, a lineup like this is pretty stellar), I can’t say I was disappointed. With the huge room filling early, it was tough to get a spot close to the stage, but settling on a higher level really gave a spectacular view of the energetic crowd.

Photo Gallery: Ball Park Music + Eagle And The Worm - Enmore Theatre (06.07.13)

Ball Park Music and Eagle and the Worm lit up the Enmore Theatre in Sydney on Saturday night. Mikki Gomez was in the pit for the show and brings you these photos of these two great Australian bands in action!

Photo Gallery: Ball Park Music + Eagle and the Worm + Jeremy Neale - The Forum, Melbourne (05.07.13)

Ball Park Music return to Melbourne, supported by Eagle and the Worm and Jeremy Neale in a massive show at The Forum. Perri Cassie was there and brings us these photos from the pit...

Live Review: Ball Park Music + Eagle And The Worm + Jeremy Neale - The Tivoli (28.06.13)

Ball Park Music

Brisbane loves Ball Park Music. Not exactly a revelation, but seriously, the band’s ability sell pack out The Tivoli, even hours before they start, is really impressive. Having some decent support acts probably goes a long way in enabling this of course. The combination of local musical multi-tasker, Jeremy Neale and Melbourne-based, Eagle And The Worm with Ball Park Music at the helm made for an entertaining night filled with decent song writing and a fair amount of talent.

Photo Gallery: Ball Park Music + Eagle and The Worm + Jeremy Neale - The Tivoli (28.06.13)

A hometown start for Ball Park Music as they head off on their national Thank Ewes Tour before hitting the studio to record a new album. They were supported at The Tivoli by Eagle and The Worm and Jeremy Neale. Heath Carney brings us these photos.