In this issue: Passenger, Hungry Kids of Hungary, PVT, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Frightened Skulls, They Might Be Giants and Flume add extra shows, Zac Brown Band play Sydney, Dying Fetus & Putrid Pile and Yacht Club Djs announce supports, World’s End Press to tour with Bloc Party, last two shows for Melbourne Zoo’s twilight shows and punk PiL change Brisbane venue.
Passenger National Tour Sold out Nationally, New Dates Announced!
Aside from touring with the legendary Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Melbourne's Husky are also getting involved in the Melbourne Zoo's 'Twilights' program this month! ...So many animal references in one sentence. Husky's Gideon Preiss gave some thoughts to Larry about the upcoming gig, koalas, and touring with one of his musical idols.
In this issue: Black Sabbath adds Adelaide date to national tour, there are some changes to A$AP Rocky’s debut Australian tour, Lowrider’s Sydney show undergoes venue change, Dig It Up! Releases more bands set to appear at 2013 invitational; new tickets released for all shows on P!NK’s tour, Dewolff adds more tour dates, second Tenacious D shows on sale now, supports announced for Neil Young and Crazy Horse, This Will Destroy You announce support acts and Soul II Soul’s Perth gig changes venue.
This country on this far end of the world has it’s own little vibrant scene, and if you are reading this from overseas, then the below tours is one good ‘ol reason to come on down here. These gigs aren’t necessarily at your high-end billion dollar venues like Sydney’s Opera House or some seated entertainment centre, but in dark dank pubs to evocative art spaces (although we won’t dare diss those high-end places – the wine they serve in those places is exquisite).
The Melbourne Zoo is about to get wild in a whole other way, with the announcement of their 2013 Twilight Zoo Program, with tickets available now. Kicking off on January 25 with ARIA Award winner Missy Higgins, the Zoo Twilight Program, sees the zoo put on a live music event every Friday and Saturday night through until March 9th.
In the first of our 2012 backstage at Homebake series, Larry catches up with Husky and Gideon from Husky to talk about the year past (which included no less than five trips to America!) and the year ahead... which looks to include the recording of their next album!
Over 5000 people attended this year's Mullum Music Festival, making the 2012 music event the largest and most successful in the festival's history. Over four days, music lovers experienced some musical gems in live performances provided by the likes of Clairy Browne and the Bangin' Rackettes, Joe Robinson and The Rescue Ships.
Mother Nature was particularly kind last Sunday as the weather was perfectly warm with the lightest of cool breezes. With a chilled out, relaxed vibe at The Unibar it seemed everything was cosmically aligned for tonight’s Husky gig. Pity that the crowd was appallingly lazy and showed a serious disregard to gig etiquette, but I’ll get to that.
In this issue: Static-X cancel 2012 tour dates, supports are announced for Touche Amore & Make Do Mend's Australian tour, Tin Sparrow announced their support acts and more!
Static-X Forced to Cancel 2012 Tour Dates