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THE PBS

Posted On February 16, 2018By bwoodIn Music, Releases, Reviews

REVIEW: The PB’s – “Anicone”

Anicone by The PB's The PB’s, if you haven’t heard of them, are a new 2016 Brisbane garage-rock band that punch out exciting energy and enthusiasm from all corners! The band began to bloom this year from launching their new single Anicone at The Foundry, Brisbane on the 3rd of February. They had a solid sound when they played Anticone, attracting a lot of attention and it seems The PB’s have a positive future ahead for them. Their melodic spin on the 90’s garage rock sound, which has recently comeRead More
Stateside
It’s time to get Stateside! The Brisbane five piece are today dropping their brand new video for single NEON ahead of their Naive Tour, alongside pals Stuck Out. The track Neon is from their highly successful 2017 EP ‘Naive’ and features singer Erin in an escape from a controlling boyfriend – she finally finds freedom in a cheekily stolen car. The rest of the band make cameo appearances throughout the clip and they rip through the song together in the garage as well. The pop-punk as hell tour takes themRead More
ILUKA
Sydney based motown revivalist ILUKA is lighting a fire in the bellies of the indifferent with a vivacious new video for her most recent single ‘Sympathy’ alongside the announcement of a six date headline tour. In the perfect visual accompaniment to her rousing call to arms track, the video depicts a 60’s housewife abandoning her duties upon seeing Iluka and her untamed collective enjoying the freedom to express themselves creatively. The troop popping with colour and exuberance, unbound by social expectations of the time. In Iluka’s own words: “The wholeRead More
The Cribs

Posted On February 5, 2018By bwoodIn Music, News, Tours

The Cribs Announce Australian Tour

Known for their fiercely DIY approach to recording and touring at a time when indie music in the UK was going through a huge commercial boom, The Cribs always stood out from their contemporaries as an altogether more uncompromising prospect. Nominated for numerous “Best Live Band” awards from the likes of the NME, Q, and Mojo Magazine, for the past 15 years the three brothers have always made touring their number one priority, and have become main stage perennials at festivals such as Glastonbury, Reading/Leeds, Coachella, Lollapalooza and many more.Read More
Jeremey Loops
South Africa’s biggest contemporary music export Jeremy Loops announces his return to Australia and New Zealand today following on from his successful visit in 2016. Becoming a hit outside of his homeland, Jeremy’s debut album Trading Change resulted in a 30,000-ticket tour across the UK and Europe as well as a massive European tour with Twenty One Pilots. His near-sellout tour of Australia in 2016 cemented his popularity downunder, while his latest single ‘Waves’ from his upcoming album ‘Critical As Water’ (March 16) has already racked up over a millionRead More
Seavera
In the swirling twilight between inky darkness and bright revelation is where Tori Zietsch and Daniel Pinkerton meet to excavate the essence of Seavera. The duo reunited when they moved into the same street in Melbourne after first meeting as young teens in northern NSW. It took years of living several thousand kilometres apart for each to realise that the connection that had initially brought them together in their youth would bring them back again: an obsession with the truth. Together, they forged their forthcoming debut EP (Due March 2nd),Read More
Thundamentals
One of Australia’s most beloved Hip-Hop acts, Sydney via Blue Mountains trio Thundamentals, are celebrating their tenth anniversary in 2018 with an epic regional tour – Decade Of The Thundakat. Announced on Triple J’s Breakfast Show after a special Like A Version performance of Frank Ocean’s “Ivy” (WATCH HERE), Decade Of The Thundakat will see Tuka and Jeswon take their revered live show across regional Australia in early 2018, with tickets on sale now. Ten years deep into their career, Thundamentals’ reputation is undeniable. From their debut self-titled EP inRead More
Verge Collection
Verge Collection say a big fat ‘hello’ to 2018 with the release of epiphany-inducing single ‘Feelin’ Old’ – the opening track to their upcoming debut album Flaneur (out March 30). Celebrating their debut long-player, the Perth four-piece also announce their biggest tour to date, taking their working class world class poetry to suburban millennials at eight locations across the country this April. They’ll be joined by atomic surf noise rockers White Blanks at all shows. With the same production team behind their 2016 triple j mini hit ‘Our Place’, FlaneurRead More
Jeremy Neale

Posted On February 5, 2018By bwoodIn Music, News, Tours

Jeremy Neale announces album tour!

Jeremy Neale is excited to announce the Getting The Team Back Together national album tour. Catch Jeremy perform in Sydney (this weekend!) plus headline shows in Melbourne and Brisbane this March. Full tour details and ticket links below! This is likely to be Jeremy’s only tour in 2018 as he will travel to New York City for 3 months to focus on songwriting as the recipient of the prestigious Grant McLennan Fellowship. His debut LP, released last November, is a collection of tracks assembled during a period of self-analysis –Read More
Car Seat Headrest
Car Seat Headrest releases ‘Cute Thing’, the latest track to be previewed from forthcoming new album Twin Fantasy – a re-recorded, re-imagined new version of the 2011 self-released Bandcamp masterpiece of the same name – which will be out February 16. Listen below! ‘Cute Thing’ is an ecstatic multi-part epic of unbridled yearning, flirtation, and abandon – pairing masterfully layered production with a combustible house-party reverie. With a seven-piece band in tow, Car Seat Headrest will bring its explosive and revelatory live show to Australia, playing Sydney City Limits andRead More