Blue skies in Bendigo welcomed the regional touring quiet achiever Groovin The Moo to its showgrounds with a sold out crowd, punters dressed as dragons, and a field full of smiles.
The Groovin the Moo festival will begin its tour of regional centres across the country this weekend, headng to Maitland, Canberra, Bendigo and Townsville, before wrapping up in Bunbury on the 11th of May. Here's a little guide to all the action.
Frontman Matt Caughthran on return of The Bronx, preserving his voice without sacrificing good times and the band’s special relationship with Australia.
Where as previous albums have been like listening to a raw nerve, IV is a toned muscle, pumping out well-crafted anthems aimed at both mosh pits and for sing-a-longs.
The Moo returns to regional Australia in 2013.
“We have a bunch of special stuff planned” says frontman Matt Caughthran.
Soundgarden - as fresh and exciting now as in 1989.
In town as part of the traveling circus that is the Big Day Out, Mariachi El Bronx, the Charro-suit wearing alter ego of Californian rock band The Bronx, performed to a sold out crowd at Melbourne's Billboard on Monday night.
For those who have not seen or heard of The Bronx you would not believe that Mariachi El Bronx are their side project, that is if the Bronx part at the end doesn’t give it away for you.
The return of Soundgarden proved they still have the passion and intensity to do justice to their impressive back-catalogue.
Soundgarden will play two Big Day Out sideshows while in town this January.
A Soundwave punter in has won two free tickets to the next Bronx show of his choice after being cleared of a public nuisance charge in the Brisbane Magistrates Court.
The best Soundwave of 2011 had it all- blood, boobs and brutality.