Soundwave 2015

Posted On August 22, 2014 By In Events, Music, News

Soundwave 2015 Lineup

Well the day that every Australian rocker loves has come around again. That’s right! The Soundwave line up announcement day! Last week we watched as seven bands were released, but finally the time has come for a decent amount of bands to be announced, and it didn’t disappoint! This year’s Soundwave will go over two days, to help with the clash’s situation and people having to choose between two of their favourite bands. Big acts for this year include Slipknot, Soundgarden, Faith No More, Lamb of God, Slash, and MarilynRead More
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SK’S biggest Sticky Fingers fan CLAY CASSAR-DALEY finds pleasure in the new album. Sticky FINGERS’ newest album Land Of Pleasure was a breath of sweet fresh air after hearing the newest single “Just For You”. Just For You was a great song but I personally don’t think it sounded anything like Stifi apart from Frosty’s vocals. Just for you is on the newest album along with their first single of this year “Gold Snafu”. The album has a great structure with prolonged instrumental parts in the first few songs. ThenRead More
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Posted On August 20, 2014 By In News

Falls Line-Up Falls

FESTIVALS aren’t just for during the winter. There are great ones in the summer too! This line-up is a good un and it is happening in three different states. No it isn’t Soundwave! But more on Soundwave here at the ‘Kids real soon… Falls Music and Arts Festival will be back for the end of 2014 at Lorne, Marion Bay and for us S-E Qlders at Byron. The festival line-up includes: Alt-J Big Freedia The Black Lips Bluejuice Cold War Kids Dmas Glass Animals George Ezra Jagwar Ma Jamie XxRead More
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Neighbour at Southside Tea Room in August 9. Packing out the Southside Tea Room and having people standing outside is what Neighbour managed to do. Supporting act Seavera was a lovely, bubbly, female acoustic singer songwriter who brought a very mellow feeling to a crowded house. Beautiful notes and meaningful songs made this young lady a pleasure to listen to. Neighbour is Ryan Nebauer is formerly of rock band Fushia, and changed up the scene by starting off on piano then moving to guitar. along the way he seduced usRead More
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On Saturday the 9th of August three bands took over a small rehearsal room at Via Studios and put on a show in which you could pay what you wish. Room 3 was rather small making for a very intimate and personal show where you were up close and submerged with the band. House Of Giants kicked off the show with their set consisting of some old songs and a brand new song called ‘Coffee Boys’. Like I said recently these boys have really stepped up their game over theRead More
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Posted On August 15, 2014 By In Events, Music

An Interview With Jeremy Neale

Jeremy Neale – the much-loved and widely acclaimed indie musician, popular among Brisbane youths and people stuck in the ’80s, has confirmed that he will be making an appearance at the Valley Fiesta this year. An interview with the wanna-be 80′s detective provides some insight to the man behind the shades… *** Looking forward to playing at Valley Fiesta? Yeah, it’s going to be pretty good, I reckon. I think I’ve managed to play at the last three or four in some form. It’s a great all-ages event to do.Read More
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Posted On August 14, 2014 By In Uncategorized

TV: Season 5 of Walking Dead

TELEVISION and pop culture reporter JORDAN JANSEN looks at the predictions for the upcoming season of The Walking Dead. SPOILER ALERT ZOMBIE apocalypse TV show The Walking Dead has become an unexpected phenomenon around the world with the recently announced season five containing sixteen thrilling episodes full of gore, love and surprises with a mid season split debuting on October 12 and the final eight in the beginning of 2015. Part two of Season four had Rick and his people seperate after the prison massacre, causing everyone coincidently re-grouping atRead More
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BRISBANE horn-based musical all sorts band Bullhorn has been announced in the first line-up of the Australasian World Musical Expo (AWME) in Melbourne in November. The band has been gaining attention for high quality performances and imaginative gigs, such as performing soul and hip hop classics over two nights earlier in the year with guest vocalists. The AWME line-up includes Hiatus Kaiyote, Ash Grunwald and the Bart Willoughby, as well as international guests. MEANWHILE Brightside’s Blurst of Times has announced its line up for October 18 including the stars DZRead More