Committed to supporting the Australian live music scene, Converse is presenting the 'Get Loud' series of gigs! Inspired by the Converse seasonal brand "Shoes Turn It Down, Sneakers Get Loud", this series of shoes are set to celebrate everything kickass about rock and roll. Kicking off in Sydney on June 13, the 'Get Loud' parties will travel to each main metro city in Australia before heading to Auckland. Check the details and note them down!
The structure of “support-support-headliner” is a common one, so it’s rare for it to produce a well-balanced line up. But Steve Smyth, Gung Ho, and headliners Deap Vally are each as talented as they are stylistically diverse; making their recent show at Oxford Art Factory an unusual delight.
Californian rockers Deap Vally played at Oxford Art Factory last Friday supported by Gung Ho and Steve Smyth. Photos by Johnny Au
Boasting three of the country's best young talent, the 'Triple Treat Tour' will be hititng up club venues through the country in May. Step-Panther, Gung Ho and Bored Nothing will be joining forces and representing Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in producing some kickass live tunes for you all. Check them out at the following joints!
STEP-PANTHER, GUNG HO & BORED NOTHING - THE 'TRIPLE TREAT' TOUR
May 3 - Alhambra Lounge, BRISBANE
Gung Ho headlining
Brisbane outfit Gung Ho has just released its much awaited debut EP, Anywhere Else and successfully toured off the back of the five tracks. Despite the EP's success, singer/guitarist Michael McAlry and bassist/singer Oliver Duncan still consider themselves to be rookies, and have so much more to prove with their music.
The much-awaited debut EP, Anywhere Else, from Brisbane outfit Gung Ho has dropped, and is everything fans could have hoped for and more.
When I expressed a desire to see Brisbane based band Gung Ho last month I was unemployed and suffering from a severe case of post holiday blues with nothing but spare time with a need for free entertainment. By the time the 22nd had finally rolled around I’d just finished my first week of full time employment after seven months off and wanted nothing more than to collapse in bed and stay there for the duration of the weekend.
Macklemore and & Ryan Lewis continue thier dominance on the charts, but Flume isn't too far behind. The Coopers Amp Prize rolls on with website content, and Josh Pyke giving you an opportunity to be mentored by him, all this in this weeks State of Affairs.
You’ve spent the past year working away on your debut EP and in between supporting the likes of Whitest boy alive, Wavves and Last dinosaurs so now what? Get your own headline tour on, that’s what.
Brisbane duo Gung Ho has just released a third track from their upcoming EP, due out in early 2013.
In this issue: The Gov is set to host a mammoth amount of names this summer, Wintercoats and The Townhouses are bringing Sound/Light/Stone to Sydney and more!
The Gov heating up with massive acts this summer!
The Gov is heating up with a whole heap of high profile acts set to tear up the stage in over the coming months.
It’s been over a year since Hungry Kids of Hungary toured the country and they’ve come back with a sensational new show filled with the old, the very old and the very new.
In this issue: The Black Keys, P!nk, Glen Hansard, Icehouse, Violent Soho and more!
The Black Keys announce extra tickets
With less than a week to go until The Black Keys hit Australia, they have announced extra seat and floor tickets for selected shows. Tickets are limited and are now available, so get them while they last.
Monday October 22
SYDNEY ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE
The Peats Ridge Sustainable Arts & Music Festival has released its second line up for the 2012/2013 festival! Check out the additions to the line up and get to planning your schedule!
Luke Slater (UK)
Theo Parrish (US)
All The Colours