Brisbane surf rock quartet Go Violets brought their east coast tour to Brighton Up Bar last night. Supported by The Fabergettes, The Demon Parade and Atom Bombs. Photo by Johnny Au
Those surf-pop ladies out of Brisbane in Go Violets have announced a single tour to celebrate the release of their new track, "Josie". Taken from their upcoming EP, "Josie" takes the band in a new sonic direction, displaying a gorgeous display of music that's more on the darker side of what we've heard from them before. With guests still to be announced for the single tour, note these June dates down and be sure to check the girls out!
GO VIOLETS - "JOSIE" SINGLE LAUNCH TOUR
The musical dynamo out of Brisbane that is Jeremy Neale is soon to be out and about promoting his new single, "In Stranger Times". The Velociraptor frontman, amongst many other things, takes some time to answer questions for us about working with Go Violets, balancing work and play and plans to enter the Christmas charts...
Jeremy Neale is set to launch his new single "In Stranger Times" at venues in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane next month and you won't want to be missing out! The track, the second to be lifted off Neale's forthcoming EP, was co-created by Brisbane's Go Violets and is a serious banger of a tune. Adelaide and Perth fans shouldn't feel too down and out about missing Neale on this short launch tour, as he's going to be stopping by, supporting Ball Park Music on their next national tour.
In this issue:City Riots announce support acts for their Australian tour, After The Fall change Sydney date, Weezer to perform Pinkerton in full and more!
City Riots Announce Australian Tour Supports
In this issue: Billy Bragg adds final show to Melbourne, Sinead Burgess confirmed to open for Owl City, Cloud Control and Ball Park Music to open for Weezer next year and much more!
BILLY BRAGG ANNOUNCES FINAL SHOW FOR MELBOURNE
RAP CITY ANNOUNCES KILLAH PRIEST & LOCAL SUPPORT ACTS TO THE LINE UP
Killah Priest, longtime associate of the Wu-Tang Clan, has been added to the 2012 Rap City line up. Set to appear alongside Ghostface Killah, DOOM and Chino XL, Priest is an excellent addition to an already stellar cast of hip-hop icons. Also announced are local support acts for each leg of the festival, as listed below.
Adelaide: Dialect and Despair