Grinspoon (pictured) performed live last night at the Newcastle Panthers with support from Emperors and Kingswood. Ashlee Kellehear was there and brings us these stellar photos from the show...
Super Best Friends will be hitting up venues in Western Australia this February, performing a run of shows with fellow live gig maestros, Emperors. The Canberra band will be heading to WA for the first time, though they've been touring hardcore across the rest of the country over the past two years. If you live in that area of the country, get your tickets to these gigs because you will not want to miss Super Best Friends' debut gigs in your city!
SUPER BEST FRIENDS - WA TOUR
Big Day Out fans were given something to get excited about when the festival released timetables, local band line ups and more for the 2013 installment! Along with this announcement, the Big Day Out is also thrilled to announce that the Lilypad will be making its return, and there will also be a brand new stage at all festival stops - the Red Stage.
Check out the additions to each leg of the Big Day Out below!
HyperFest rocked Midland Oval on October 7th with a massive line up, and it certainly didn't disappoint!
Having just released their second record, Summertime Heavy, Sugar Army are now preparing to take the album out on the road! The national album tour will see the band hit up capital cities throughout October, taking Perth rockers Emperors along for the ride. Having completed their own run of headline shows themselves, Emperors are another Australian act blazing to the top with a smashing live reptuation and killer music.
Stonefield fans were treated to another awesome show by the talented Findlay girls at the Newport Hotel, Fremantle. Perth's very own Emperors played in support but played like they were headliners after locals Lovesick Junkies got the night rocking to a good vibe.
In this issue: Go Here, Go There at FBi Social, Johnny Casino at The Espy, Into The Woods fundraising gig + more!
The Bakery played host to the final showcase of the WAMi Festival on Friday, with The Wire magazine organising a showcase filled with some of Perth’s best emerging talent; all of whom happened to be launching something, be it a single, album or music video.
After holding their place at the forefront of live Australian rock,the legendary Antiskeptic called it a day back in 2008 after over 1000 shows. This Friday night at Northcote Social Club, I was more than pleased to see the band have still got it on the first night of their very aptly named 'Back in the Game' tour.
If you love short and fast punk rock songs (is there any other kind?), then you may get a kick out of Fun Razor. The four piece opened the night to a small crowd but won over those who came early enough to see them thrashing around on stage with their guitars.