In this issue: Pel Mel to headline the Goodgod Small Club, Splashh announce debut album, Walk The Moon announce two very special headlining shows including a gig at The Standard, Folk Club at The Soda Factory, Jeremy Neale launches much anticipates single "In Stranger Times" and Bloody Lovely Audrey throw launch party for risqué new video.
Pel Mel reunite to perform at GoodGod this month.
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...
'In Stranger Times' is the second single from Jeremy Neale's upcoming EP, which is due for release in late 2013. He's touring the East Coast early this May.
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.
Newcastle's Goldsmith have a pretty hectic 12 months, building up an excellent reputation as a live act and turning the head of industry people at the same time. Their debut single "Flamingo" was released to a great response and now, the band have got a fitting follow-up to give to you all, in the form of "Backbone". To bolster the song's release, Goldsmith are hitting the road in April and May to launch the single good and proper.
Tickets are avaiable on the door for all gigs.
After an epic two years of writing, recording and touring, Brisbane's Ball Park Music have announced that they're going to be out on the road for one last, huge hurrah for the year. The "Thank Ewes Tour" is a special lot of headline dates dedicated to the Ball Park fans, a way of saying 'thanks' for their dedication and committment to the band over the past few years.
For those of you wanting to get away for the Easter weekend and boogie down with some amazing music we introduce to you Boogie 7 in Tallarook. This boutique camping festival is bringing to you this Easter Kitty, Daisy & Lewis, Tav Falco & the Panther Burns, Money For Rope, Velociraptor, Henry Wagons & his very welcome All Star Company, The Preatures and loads more for three days of rocking, bluesy, folk fun.
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.
The Sydney component of The Preatures Shaking Hands EP tour hit Goodgod Small Club on Friday 26th October, with promises from the band of lots of hand shakes.
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.