From some of the hard hitters in Australian music to some powerful international names, the 2013 CherryRock event is set to blow up when it hits the Cherry Bar in Melbourne in May.
Straight out of the Californian desert emerges Unida, the legends of stoner rock, whilst Sweden's Truckfighters are set to headline the 7th annual AC/DC Lane rock festival while the following bands are also set to take part:
Matt Sonic & the High Times
Sydney Festival FBi night: Nuggets live tribute features a number of artists from Antipodean Interpolations who share the same ethos and vitality as the groups on those original discs. The album, Nuggets: Antipodean Interpolations of the First Psychedelic Era is a tribute to the influence of this anthology on Australian rock, garage and punk. Photography by Pete Dovgan.
In this issue MXPX announce 2013 tour, Battleships to hit Melbourne, Peter Murphy at the Gov and much much more! Much.
MXPX here in March 2013!
Punk's not dead, it just got a little older/wiser and had some kids. Celebrating 20 years ripping out short and fast tunes MXPX have announced some shows for March 2013. Repeat visitors to these shores expect fans old and new to be turning up to the shows.
Wednesday 6th – Brisbane – The Zoo [18+]
In this issue: Marquee Sydney launches monthly 'Block Party', Bec and Ben get set to launch Butterknives to Razorblades, The Stu Thomas Paradox takes on Tago Mago for two shows and more!
MARQUEE SYDNEY LAUNCHES INAUGURAL ‘BLOCK PARTY’ FRIDAYS
In This Issue: Butterfly Boucher plays final showcase gig in Melbourne, Sounds of Suburbia set to showcase South Australian music at The Gov, Pegazus set to rock The Espy, The Rubens bringing awesome live show to The Gov, plus much more!
BUTTERFLY BOUCHER FINAL SHOWCASE GIG IN MELBOURNE
After 30 years of producing hit record after hit record, what better way for the Hoodoo Gurus to mark the occasion than by asking their favourite performers to party on with them at the Dig It Up! - Invitational. For Melbourne punters, the gigs took place over three venues on a chilly Anzac Day afternoon. Eight hours of great rock n’ roll bands, comedy acts and DJ’s pumped out their best in celebration of the ‘Gurus’ phenomena.