In this issue: Loon Lake hitting up two more venues on their EP launch, Alpine schedules a show for The Gov in Adelaide, as does Angus Stone and much, much more!
In this issue: Seekae sells out Melbourne show, Twerps sell out ALL shows, Children Collide announce new shows, Ben Harper to have an acoustic evening with Canberra and many more!
SEEKAE SELLS OUT FIRST SHOW AT CORNER HOTEL, ADDS A SECOND SHOW!
In our continuing look back at the annual Newton's Nation festival in Bathurst, NSW, we catch up with Gold Coast group Skyway backstage at the event.
RAP CITY ANNOUNCES KILLAH PRIEST & LOCAL SUPPORT ACTS TO THE LINE UP
Killah Priest, longtime associate of the Wu-Tang Clan, has been added to the 2012 Rap City line up. Set to appear alongside Ghostface Killah, DOOM and Chino XL, Priest is an excellent addition to an already stellar cast of hip-hop icons. Also announced are local support acts for each leg of the festival, as listed below.
Adelaide: Dialect and Despair
Ever wanted to rock out on one of the most famous mountaintops in Sydney? Of course you have, and the innovative Newton’s Nation festival allowed for just that. The iconic Mount Panorama became a hub for the three-day camping festival in Bathurst, the AU review went along to document one of the three days.
We catch up with Ben Hallett from Gold Coast group Skyway ahead of their appearance at Newton's Nation festival in Bathurst, NSW this weekend!
Skyway have been announced to play Newtowns Nation Festival on Saturday the 28th of April. Being a 3 day festival as it is, is the band thinking about pitching a tent and setting up camp during the festival?
One of the most anticipated festival line-ups of the year has just been announced... and it's massive! The fourth annual Newton's Nation, to be held at Mount Panorama in Bathurst, will offer festival-goers a plentiful dose of emerging rock and hip hop acts, as well as DJ and electronic sets. The three day event is sure to be an unmissable affair!
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Parkway Drive are the headliners for Victoria’s longest-running all ages live music festival, Push Over!
Pop punk is the name of the game, and for Gold Coast’s Skyway it’s a game that they play very, very well. With new album, "Finders Keepers" out now, the band are embarking on an 8 date trek around the country with their friends Milestones and Apart From This this December.
As I followed the crowds of Tattooed kids down to Luna Park, I was greeted to a massive 300m line. Only two years ago The Amity Affliction were playing to a 100 people in small venues, now they are selling out the Big Top; almost 3000 people busting down the doors to see the national heroes! What an achievement!
The Gaelic Club opened its doors for the second ‘Nowhere’ on Saturday the 23rd of July – and what a night it was. With acts including One Vital Word, Skyway and the hotly anticipated performance of one of Australia’s better known punk bands, Bodyjar.