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THE CREASES

Parkway Drive, Violent Soho and more for Live It Up Festival 2014!

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Live It Up came out swinging in 2013 as an emerging music festival with its sights set firmly on the kids. Live It Up is an under 18’s only music festival based in Brisbane announcing one of the most exciting line ups imaginable for music loving teenagers. Headlining the main stage is Parkway Drive. Also performing will be Violent Soho, and The Jungle Giants and Allday on the outdoor stage.

Live Review: St Jerome's Laneway Festival - RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane (31.01.14)

Each year when the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival lineup is announced initially there’s both the excitement of spotting a band you’ve always wanted to see and also a vague general intrigue for the few other names you recognise from some blog or other. By the time the festival rolls around however, it’s impossible to imagine what your record collection would be like without half of those bands you were mildly interested in just a short time ago.

Dune Rats, Courtney Barnett, Jeremy Neale and more Australians confirmed for The Great Escape in May!

The Great Escape, known to many as Europe's answer to SXSW, has confirmed and released the names of the first 100 artists set to appear at the event, which will be kicking off the UK festival season. Among those announced, a few Australian bands will be joining the bill, including Dune Rats, Courtney Barnett and more.

More Australian artists added to the SXSW 2014 lineup!

SXSW is right around the corner and still, the exciting announcements continue to roll out. If you missed it yesterday, a third round of musicians were announced to be headed to Austin for a week of showcase performances, seminars and general music good times, including a bunch of Aussies.

Photo Gallery: Feelings + Philadelphia Grand Jury + The Creases - Jive Bar (29.11.13)

The Philadelphia Grand Jury were resurrected and put on a show alongside Feelings and The Creases in Adelaide and what a night it was! Our photographer John Goodridge was there in the mosh to bring capture the madness.

Live Review: Franz Ferdinand + The Creases - The Tivoli, Brisbane (17.11.13)

Franz Ferdinand’s Australian tour was an attempt to remedy the devastating impact of Harvest Festival's cancellation, so it was unsurprising that not even a wet and stormy Sunday night could keep Brisbane fans at home.

Jake Bugg announces headline Australian dates alongside Bluesfest appearance!

Jake Bugg, the UK guitar rock prodigy, was recently announced to be returning to Australia for the Byron Bay Bluesfest next year. Fans who were holding out for an announcement of some club dates don't need to wait any longer, with Bugg's camp revealing that Jake will be performing a few shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on his next trip over.

Photo Gallery: Franz Ferdinand + The Creases - The Tivoli, Brisbane (17.11.13)

Franz Ferdinand brought their stellar live show through to Brisbane's Tivoli on their short Australian tour. Andrew Wade brings you these photos!

Tour announced for Philadelphia Grand Jury and Feelings through November and December!

After a run of shows over the past few months that brought about a huge response from fans of the Philadelphia Grand Jury, a tour has been announced that will see the original lineup back on the road!

Photo Gallery: The Jungle Giants + Northeast Party House + The Creases - Metro Theatre (12.10.13)

The Jungle Giants played the Metro Theatre on Saturday night with support from Northeast Party House and The Creases. Gwendolyn Lee was there and brings us these photos from the pit.

Live Review: The Jungle Giants + Northeast Party House + The Creases - Karova Lounge, Ballarat (05.10.13)

Last time we saw The Jungle Giants grace the stage of Karova Lounge was back in February 2012 as support act for San Cisco. Since then, the Brisbane quartet have been incredibly busy making a name for themselves, appearing at a handful of festivals across the board, touring major cities with the likes of Last Dinosaurs and Ball Park Music, and most recently reaping praise for the release of their much anticipated debut album, Learn To Exist. It was now time to hit the country on their own tour and I was pretty interested to see how much they have developed as a live act to match that headliner status.