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JEREMY NEALE

Single of the Day: Jeremy Neale “Hold On Together (Feat. Phoebe Imhoff)” (2015)

Brisbane’s busiest musician Jeremy Neale hasrecently released some new solo material in the 80's inspired jam “Hold On Together”. In sweet duet form, it also features vocals from Phoebe Imhoff from the no longer active (but wonderful) band Go Violets. Give it a listen here:

Jeremy Neale adds Sans Parents, Flowertruck and more to east coast tour this May and June!

Jeremy Neale is taking his new single "Hold Together" down the east coast next month and in June and today has announced both the bands who are to join him at each stop, plus the single's film clip - released today. "Hold Together" premiered on Triple J's 'Good Nights' program last week and the effect of it has been classic Neale - catchy, clever and bound to be rattling around in our heads for a while now.

Photo Gallery: Farmer and The Owl Festival - University of Wollongong (14.03.15)

The Farmer and the Owl festival returned to sunny Wollongong over the weekend and hosted 25+ acts plus a whole range of other sensory delights in a statement that fuels the question, how long until the next one! Ian Laidlaw brings us these photos...

Farmer and The Owl Festival Announce Lineup, Food and Arts Additions!

There’s only just under a month to go before Farmer & The Owl kicks off and it just keeps getting bigger with new music, food and arts additions. The Wollongong festival is already hosting the likes of DZ Deathrays, Bad//Dreems and Jebediah amongst many more, and have now announced that Velociraptor, Rolls Bayce, Jeremy Neale, Parkside + Friends, SPACE 44 DJs, Blackbear, Honeybear, Berko (FBi), Vintage Stylus DJs and Music Farmers DJs will also be joining.

Secret Garden Festival announces full line up for 2015!

The Secret Garden Festival recently dropped the news that it had completely sold out all tickets for the 2015 festival, which was only testament to the event's continued popularity and faith from the loyal public who've backed it for so long. Today, the Sydney organisers dropped the full line up of artists set to perform and man, is it impressive. Over 60 bands and DJs will play over four stages at Secret Garden, promising to be the biggest outing of the festival yet. Both international and Australian talent will be represented well at the event, so if you've managed to nab yourself a ticket, you're definitely in a lucky crop!

Top 10 songs to play at a Monster Beach Party with Teen Sensations!

"The best band of 20 somethings pretending to be teenagers pretending to be The Beach Boys." is how Teen Sensations lead vocalist Jerry Sensation describes the band's recently debuted sound. Releasing Monster Beach Party aptly on Halloween, the four piece are now set to take their three-track 7" around to some venues in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne this month and in December! Jerry (Jeremy Neale) gives us 10 tracks that are must-plays at a Monster Beach Party. Line em up!

Live Review: Jeremy Neale + Jesse Davidson + The Rocketeers - Pirie & Co., Adelaide (01.11.14)

Jeremy Neale has been a busy man touring with his band Velociraptor and masquerading as ‘Jerry Sensation’ the frontman for his new Beach Boys inspired off-shoot Teen Sensations. Despite this, he found time in his schedule to treat Adelaide to a Halloween-themed, energy-filled performance.

Teen Sensations announce EP and tour dates!

Labelled across the board as one of the best band of 20-somethings, the pretending to be The Beach Boys, Teen Sensations made up of George Browning, Yuri Johnson, Corey Herekiuha and Jeremy Neale are keeping the legay of Bobby “Boris” Pickett alive and have announced their Monster Beach Party EP and tour! The boys showed the world that surf instrumental music isn’t dead and they’re back with a Halloween release and new single Monster Beach Party.

the AU's Gig Guide: What to see October 17th - 19th

We've taken a look at some of the shows we're going to be heading to throughout the week ahead and deliver you this guide - our national gig picks of the week!

the AU interview at BIGSOUND: Jeremy Neale (Brisbane)

Jeremy Neale sat down for a chat with the AU review's Sosefina Fuamoli at BIGSOUND earlier this month and spoke about how Brisbane is "chaotic and busy but it's full of the best people" and having to play two sets at the upcoming Blurst of Times festival. He also describes that his new material has taken a "contemporary twist" and borrowed from 80s artists like Prince and Phil Collins.

Photo Gallery: The A-Z of BIGSOUND 2014 (Part One)

Photographer Johnny Au takes us to BIGSOUND in Brisbane with an A-Z of the best performances he captured from the week. In Part One, we take you from Airling to The Love Junkies.

Festival Review: BIGSOUND Live - Night Two, Part One ft. Safia + Gold Fields + Deep Sea Arcade + More... (11.09.14)

Night Two of BIGSOUND Live for me was a little more unplanned than Night One, allowing me to come across some unexpected talent along the way. As with any day at a festival like this, however, with all the amazing highs there were also, unfortunately, some lows. But we may have the fun police to blame for that... read on!

Single Stream: Velociraptor "Sneakers" (2014)

Brisbane many-piece Velociraptor are finally set to release their debut album and have unleashed the second single from the record before they hit the road in August/September with Bloods.

The final day of Music Matters Live 2014 in Singapore ft. Jeremy Neale, Dune Rats, Ash Grunwald and more.

It's been a few weeks since Music Matters Live came to an end in Singapore, and we wanted to take a moment out of our regularly schedule Coldplay madness to look back at the final night of festivities. The mainstage of Music Matters Live in Singapore is the "Fountain Stage", which takes over the central plaza of Clarke Quay. The final night was the biggest of the week and the main stage's lineup included three of Australia's most well known acts - Dune Rats, Ash Grunwald and Jeremy Neale.