On the back of their ARIA top 10 album Aesthesis, Queenslanders Dead Letter Circus hit Melbourne’s Forum Theatre with 10 Years and Guards of May in tow to deliver three hours of straight up alt-rock goodness.
The Aesthesis tour rolled into Fremantle where Dead Letter Circus put in a solid performance. They were supported by Guards of May and Graphic Characters. Our photographer Stuart Sevastos was there to capture the action of the night.
Julian Panetta takes us back to the second and final night of BIGSOUND Live last week, with photos from the likes of Hellions, Drawcard, World Lines, Baro, Dorsal Fins, The Pretty Littles and many more! If you're looking for photos from the first night you'll find them HERE.
In This Issue: July is done bring on August! Fresh off the tracks with Dead Letter Circus and The Bastard Sons there is also a slew of debuts coming up, check it out!
Jericco kicked off the Brisbane leg of their Machine Made The Animal Album Tour at Crowbar over the weekend, supported by Aerials, Guards Of May and King Mungi. Krista Melsom was there with her camera, capturing all the action.
Dream on Dreamer, 28 Days, Voyager, Sydonia and Guards of May rocked The Hi-Fi in Brisbane this weekend. Julian Panetta was there camera in hand to bring you these photos:
The Queensland Music Awards are coming around again for another year, with QMusic announcing the list of finalists selected for the 2015 awards. Over 40 judges from Australia and abroad have been listening to a whole range of music from Queensland artists and as the final list dictates, the diversity within the music community in this part of the country is well represented.
Brisbane's alt-rockers Guards of May have announced a big run of tour dates which will see them on the road through October and November! Having been recording their debut album on the Gold Coast, the band are now ready to give fans their first inkling into what they can be expecting from the record. Releasing the first single, "Annotata", Guards of May are gearing up for a big one and have invited some talented mates to join them on the tour.
Melbourne's Jericco will be touring their new single "Colour Outside the Lines" and giving fans a taste of their forthcoming sophomore album, Machine Made the Animals, with a great run of tour dates this October and November! Joined by Circles and Guards of May, the band are sure to make these gigs ones to remember! The new single is available on iTunes on September 19th, with the album seeing release early next year, making this tour the perfect opportunity for Jericco to see what they can expect from the band in the meantime!
Energetic rockers Guards of May released their latest single "Arcadia" earlier this year, priming fans for some sweet rock and roll ahead of their current tour. Now the Brisbane five-piece have a music video to go along with the thrilling single and the AU could not be more proud to premiere it today. Check it out below
Guards of May are continuing the good times and even better momentum by getting out on the road this month and through April for an epic tour of the east coast! Their new single "Arcadia" has been enjoying some solid radio play and has seen a great, smooth transition to the live shows as well. Check the track out below and be sure to get out and see Guards of May do their thing!
The need for a bigger space for the third El Grande Festival is solved. Get ready to enjoy a day of rock, roots and hip-hop on two big stages. Luckily there is more room for there will be more people once the word has been spread that Dead Letter Circus is set to headline the event.
To celebrate the release of their new single "Numbers", Aussie alt-rock band Guards of May have announced an East Coast tour. Their latest track, recorded on the Gold Coast,will be released to fans online on October 4.
The El Grande Festival is a live music event/mini touring festival which is set to blaze through Queensland next month. Headlined by Sydney rockers Strangers, the 'boutique pubstival' will be hitting venues in Brisbane, Bundaberg and Gladstone over three nights in May. The El Grande Festival is getting its first run in May, with the event to be repeated three times a year, with each run set to feature different bands.
Grab your tickets and get amongst it!