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SLAM RALLY

Photo Gallery: Pilotfest - Arcade Lane (23.02.13)

Launched in April 2012, Pilot Records has started from scratch and built itself to a roster of 6 Adelaide-based artists with growing success accompanying each release. To celebrate the festival season, they've teamed up with SoundPond.net and Arcade Lane to create something really special... Our photographer John Goodridge was there to capture some photos.

Annandale Hotel still selling bricks and hosting three SLAM shows

One of Sydney's most recognisable venues, the Annandale Hotel is more than just a music venue; it's an institution. It is known Australia wide as a stepping stone for young bands and artists to pursue their dreams of rock and roll fame and now it is time to give back to a place that has given the Australian music scene so much.

SLAM Day to go National in 2012

On 23rd February 2010, the SLAM rally saw 20,000 people march through Melbourne to the tune of AC/DC’s definitive ‘Long Way to the Top’, in protest against the Victorian Government’s misguided policy link between live music and violence. Out on the streets of our city, we showed our support and love for a truly great live music community.

The SLAM rally was the largest cultural protest in Australia’s history.

SLAM rally 1st year anniversar​y and announceme​nt of national SLAM day

On 23rd February 2010, coinciding with the 34th anniversary of AC/DC’s famous ‘It’s A Long Way To The Top’ film clip shoot down Swanston Street, 20,000 music lovers marched through the streets of Melbourne and on to Parliament House at the SLAM Rally to support live music when new liquor licensing laws threatened to pull the plug on live music.