British India

Live Review and Photo Gallery: British India + Social On The Veranda – Corner Hotel, Melbourne (20.12.18)

December 24, 2018

It has been a long road for Melbourne based band British India, releasing six albums over the past eleven years and countless tours through the country. Yet, the lead in to the weekend was the end of an era as one of the band’s leading members and creator Nic Wilson performed his final shows with […]

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Live Review: British India play to their strengths at huge Sydney show at The Metro Theatre

December 12, 2017

British India returned to The Metro with songs from their latest album Forgetting the Future and two support acts, Deadlove and Planet, in tow. First support act Deadlove were loud and energetic, their set could be heard from the bar at The Metro. Playing to a small crowd that gradually grew throughout the set, the […]

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Album Review: British India – Forgetting The Future (2017 LP)

October 9, 2017

I have been a British India fan from the start. I remember playing “Tie Up My Hands” on repeat back in 2007, and since then, I’ve followed their progress and danced in their moshpits in venues and festivals all over Sydney. To say their sixth album, Forgetting the Future is great is an understatement. Their […]

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OZFEST announces first artist reveal, including Ball Park Music, Hockey Dad & more!

October 7, 2016

The Gold Coast’s resident pop-up festival OZFEST is back! We are so stoked for the lineup, which promises us a whale of a time, what with the promised annual beach party which is THE highlight of the summer. Delicious food, rocking tunes and refreshing beer. What else could you want in summer? Headline acts in […]

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British India touring Australia with new single, “I Thought We Knew Each Other”, from October to December

September 6, 2016

Another huge tour is coming British India‘s way, with the Melbourne group set to be out on the road from October right through until December. Touring their new single, “I Thought We Knew Each Other”, British India emerge from the studio confident and raring to go. Since the release of their latest acclaimed album Nothing Touches Me, […]

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Watch a bunch of great Aussie bands recommend records from 2015 you need to listen to

September 6, 2016

There was so much great music released in 2015. But now, 9 months into 2016, it’s easy to forget some of what might have come before us. So, we’re looking back at what a bunch of Aussie bands rated amongst their favourite albums and songs of 2015. Did you listen to all of them? Featured […]

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Festival Review: Groovin’ the Moo – Hay Park, Bunbury (07.05.16)

May 10, 2016

‘We play rain, hail or shine’ has never been more relevant than in 2016 for Perth festivals, however the Bunbury leg of Groovin’ The Moo managed to march on through the temperamental weather with some killer acts without resorting to doing the worm through a giant mud puddle. While for those staying outside of Bunbury, getting on […]

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Festival Review: Groovin’ the Moo – University of Canberra (24.04.16)

April 27, 2016

The last time I had the pleasure of having a bit of a groove in the moo was in Maitland, 2012, when the likes of Public Enemy, City and Colour, Kimbra, The Maccabees, Kaiser Chiefs and Andrew WK headlined, amongst a plethora of other guns. Even looking back on the line up now, I wish I could go back […]

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Vic Mensa, Danny Brown, Drapht, RATATAT and more set for Groovin’ the Moo 2016!

January 27, 2016

The full Groovin’ the Moo line up dropped this morning, with a great spread of international and locals ready to turn up out in some excellent regional sites around the country in a few months. ‘Marshalled’ by The Meeting Tree (enough reason to head along in itself) and with Alex Dyson and Danny Clayton on […]

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the AU Weekend Gig Guide: November 20th – November 22nd.

November 19, 2015

Almost in December! Some massive tours are just around the corner, not to mention ARIA Week is waiting in lieu for another year too. But before all that, let’s take a look at some of the killer shows the AU team is looking forward to this weekend. Wave Racer – BRISBANE Wave Racer brings the […]

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One Movement Music Festival: Day One – The Esplanade, Perth (09.10.10)

October 14, 2010

  Saturday for me did not start off at the festival site, instead I attended a “bed in” at the Parmelia Hilton, and it was planned as a re-creation of the famous bed-in’s of John Lennon and Yoko Ono back in the 60s and 70s. The purpose however on this day was to commemorate the […]

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Album Review: British India – Avalanche (2010 LP)

May 3, 2010

The latest from Melbourne indie rockers British India is ‘Avalanche’, a ten-track album and the third to grace their discography. It opens with the smashing guitar riffs of ‘Safari’, a quick tempo’d beat designed to infiltrate your mind with the absolute desire to drop everything and dance. This song would be the epitome of a […]

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