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A brief flashback to 2005, when new band on the block Wolfmother had become Australia’s answer to distortion-laden rock contemporaries Queens of the Stone Age, and Joker and the Thief had become the radio anthem that punk teens and rad dads could both happily nod their heads to.Â
Being the result of a drunken conversation that took place two years ago in Brisbane’s breeding ground for quality indie music, TheÂ Fortitude Valley,Â Rolls BayceÂ is a band that will make you grateful for the combination of alcohol and musicians.
Listening to Triple M on a Sunday night is a bit of a lottery, with a favourable outcome of either Bon Jovi, ACDC, INXS, Cold Chisel, Greenday or any other group that appeals to it’s sweaty Baby Boomer listener base, to whom ads about Ride-On mowers slide in nicely with football snippets and power-chord station ID’s.
Very rarely however, they begrudgingly sample a track from a lesser known act, and when this happens it may actually be worth the listen.Â
After over a decade in the wilderness, Stoner-Doom legends Sleep have reformed and are recording new tracks. Now for the first time since reformation Sleep come to Brisbane to bring their unique, heavy, sprawling sound to music lovers in the sunshine state.
While most of us were enjoying the dazzling promenade of an official opening night of The Triffid with a little help from The Creases, the er, less financially viable among Brisbane’s indie alt/ rock fan base were sweating it out at Fortitude Valley’s Jubilee Hotel on Saturday 8th.
Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper is the upcoming solo offering from Animal Collective’s Panda Bear. Having previously released four successful solo albums, Panda Bear is no stranger to going it alone. Typically an experimental electronic musician, each Panda Bear …
Combining the best elements of indie, pop, and rock with aÂ dark twist, the Brisbane female duoÂ Love Like Hate’sÂ latest EP can’t remain unnoticed (pun intended).
Theatrical pop Brisbanites Emma and The Hungry Truth could possibly be the most uniquely interesting group of musicians about to explode onto the scene.
Gravity wonâ€™t get you high, but the internationally loved Brisbane duoâ€™s news might!
The Whitlams’ much lauded third album Eternal NightcapÂ is a late 90’s classic which showcases the unique and influential pop-rock style of this famous Australian bandÂ whoÂ formed, in Sydney, in 1992. After several years, two albums, and the suicide of founding member …