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The Sleepyheads are Tasmania’s indie-punk rockers turning heads for their nihilistically relatable tracks. Coincidently, the group just dropped their latest track, ‘Nihilist’, as a tongue in cheek take on the troubling times of 2020.
Alternative punk rock band Mr Rogers‘ frontman talks Marilyn Manson inspiration, getting back on stage after a hiatus and protesting against fascism of religion and hypocrisy in the media and politics.
Hot off the stage from their latestÂ performancesÂ at the Bearded Lady and Distort Fest, The Creative Issue spoke to vocalistÂ Cyrene fromÂ RÃ¶ttemÂ about the band’s first release, recent performances and future plans.
There has got to be something special about a year-old band who has already released a self-titled album, scored a spot on the ARIA album chart, and developed a fan base that continues to flourish incredibly. And there definitely is. This band is no other than Camp Cope.
Â Brisbane folks, if your calendar is looking dull on April 22nd then head to the Crowbar to celebrate The Braveâ€™s new single, â€˜Searchlightsâ€™. The night will be packed with great Brisbane bands, a great vibe and a few great drinks- sound alright?
Itâ€™s a common misconception that Brisbaneâ€™s music scene isnâ€™t the most happening, and that we arenâ€™t hitting the mark like Sydney and Melbourne. However, Brisbane boasts an abundance of talent with bands like ColumbusÂ affirming its lively music scene.
A five-piece all girl punk band from Brisbane with a Daria reference in their band name â€“ need I say more?
For a band in the strides of a national tour, as well as a group who would have barely finished their Brisbane set before being whisked away to Byron Bay for the opening of Splendour in the Grass, Sophie, Matt, Nick and Ethan seemed fairly relaxed.
A band well deserving of recognition after heavy circulation of recent releases ‘Suck’, and ‘I Don’t Think You Like Me,’ the name Tired Lion seems fitting for a group that had previously lain low before quickly sinking their teeth into the punk-loving population of Australia.Â
Aussie punk rock band Frenzal Rhombâ€™s front man Jason â€œJayâ€ Whalley has announced that he, and his famous dreadlocks, will be embarking on a solo tour around the country.