With a sly nod to influences like Weezer, Foo Fighters & Nirvana, LOSER channel their inner-slacker while shamelessly flirting with giddy pop riffs in a way that even Rivers Cuomo would be proud of.
LOSER spawned in late 2017 from the hyper-creative mind of frontman Tim Maxwell(Apart From This / Grim Rhythm), when he wrote the first batch of LOSER demos. The tracks were instantly vibed-on by mates Chris Cowburn (The Smith Street Band) and Craig Selak (The Bennies), who immediately jumped onboard as drummer and bass player respectively.
RED HILL ENTERTAINMENT are proud to announce the hugely successful UNIFY Gathering will return in January 2019, featuring headline performances from UNDERØATH, TAKING BACK SUNDAY, KARNIVOOLand I KILLED THE PROM QUEEN (2005 iconic lineup) as part of a 29-band lineup over two nights.
The fifth instalment of Australia’s only heavy music camping festival will take place over two nights from January 11 to 13 at a brand-new site at Tarwin Meadows, in the wonderfully green pastures of Tarwin Lower in South Gippsland, Victoria, where the festival has called home since the beginning.
Crack out that old band shirt, dust off those Doc Martens and bust open that ancient box of glowsticks. It doesn’t matter which scene you were in or which scene you thought you were in, SCENE & HEARD is here for you.SCENE & HEARD is where you belong.
Say hello to a brand-new festival that isn’t just a line-up but an immersive journey back to when Spotify didn’t exist, and that 1999 triple j Hottest 100 CD was the only thing repeating on the car stereo.
Known for their epic live shows, Cash Savage and The Last Drinks are excited to announce a national tour to celebrate the release of their fourth studio album Good Citizens, the follow uprelease to 2016’s critically acclaimed One Of Us. ‘Pack Animals’ is the second single from Good Citizens, you can watch it here.
Get yourself ready as Movements announce Ambleside, the five piece from Adelaide, will be joining the tour and unveil the local support acts opening each show on the Australian headline tour with Eat Your Heart Out.
The wine has come for Grapevine to uncork its bottler 2018 wine-up! Spilling across Victoria, and for the very first time NSW, Grapevine presents The Wombats, Client Liaison, The Jungle Giants, Tkay Maidza, MK, Miami Horror, Lovebirds, Dom Dolla, Young Franco, Joy and Arroyo! How grape is that? Not too Chablis!
IRON MAIDEN singer, BRUCE DICKINSON, today announces a special one-man speaking tour of Australia this October to support his autobiography, What Does This Button Do? Delivering compelling excerpts from the book, slides and a Q&A, fans will finally get the chance to ask questions of the heavy metal icon in truly intimate venues. An Australian first, and a must for heavy music lovers, Dickinson will make five East Coast Australian appearances, including a night at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre on Thursday 18th October. Ticket purchasers will also receive a signed copy of the New York Times Best-Selling autobiography. See full tour dates below.
TWENTY ONE PILOTS have shared two new tracks – “Jumpsuit” & “Nico And The Niners” – which are available today at all DSPs and streaming services. “Jumpsuit” is joined by an official music video, directed by longtime collaborator Andrew Donoho, streaming now on Twenty One Pilots’ YouTube channel. Both tracks will appear on the band’s anticipated new studio album. TRENCH – which follows the GRAMMY Award-winning duo’s 2015 LP, BLURRYFACE, which has sold over 6.5 million copies worldwide – will arrive everywhere October 5 via Fueled By Ramen, with more details to be revealed in the coming months.