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OUCH MY FACE

Hello Asia! Live Review: Shonen Knife - Ding Dong Lounge, Melbourne (25.01.15)

Shonen Knife has earned themselves a truly robust worldwide cult following; legions of male and female fans, sold out gigs, and a brand new album of tunes in tow, the three-member all-girl Japanese rock outfit are among the world’s most famous rock groups. Touring across Japan, the United Kingdom, Europe, and America, the widely acclaimed trio finally arrived in Australia after six years!

Shonen Knife announce supports for Australian tour

Japanese girl band Shonen Knife has announced the support acts for their upcoming Australian tour. After releasing their 19th album, Shonen Knife will be special guests of MONA FOMA 2015 and Brisbane’s GOMA Future Beauty UP LATE. They will also be rocking their way across Australia and New Zealand. As a special inclusion MONA FOMA will present a rare performance of their Ramones Tribute OSAKA RAMONES

Heads of Charm announce East Coast tour dates

Heads of Charm have announced East Coast tour dates! The post-hardcore trio will be touring in support of their current single ‘Spain Is On A Roll’. The tour will kick start on May 9th and end on June 1st.

the ARTS review: what's happening in the world of arts & film - issue 011

The ARTS review

Welcome to another edition of the AU review’s ARTS review, where we present the latest news from the world of Art and Film.

In This Issue: The art of Ouch My Face by Celeste Potter and Regurgitator’s Ben Ely, the Sydney Film Festival’s new pop-up event space, rare insight into 60’s rock'n'roll at the Crosby, Stills & Nash photographic exhibition and light bulbs go on for the Vivid Sydney festival of ideas.

Photo Gallery: Ouch My Face + Damn Terran + Kids of Zoo - The Cornish Arms (17.09.11)

A big crowd came along to The Cornish Arms to farewell Huf from Ouch My Face. Michael Christian was there to capture it all and brings you these photos...

Die! Die! Die! + Ouch My Face - The Toff in Town (07.12.09)


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It had been an excruciatingly long time since I had last seen New Zealand’s Die! Die! Die! live and in the flesh. I was excited when the Toff announced they would be playing host to the Dunedin punk trio, what better way to spend a Monday night than on your toes?

DOUBLE TAKE: The Bronx + Ouch My Face + Mariachi El Bronx – Billboard the Venue (13.09.09)


DOUBLE TAKE - Alexandra Duguid and Gareth Page each give their takes on this highly anticipated concert.

Review by Alexandra Duguid: