A night of great tunes as sixty of Australia's best up and coming bands take over Fortitude Valley.
At the end of an eight-stop tour of Australia, The Cairos entertain a Melbourne crowd itching with anticipation for the forthcoming Colours Like Features EP.
Deep Sea Arcade bring their indie goodness to Brisbane for their album tour.
Deep Sea Arcade perform their debut album Outlands to a sold-out crowd at the soon-to-be-farewelled Phoenix Public House in Melbourne.
Deep Sea Arcade stopped by a chilly Canberra on their Outlands tour, with supports The Cairos and Woe & Flutter.
When sweat towels make their way to the stage in their masses before the show even begins, you know you are in for one seriously energetic show. Bluejuice once again bring the party to Perth.
Tight rhythms, rising melodies and stream-of-conscious lyrics make for one shiny punchbowl overflowing with excellent ideas. Brilliant.
Caxton Street Seafood And Wine Festival First Announcement
Rounding out the whirlwind national tour of their debut album Summer Catalogue, as well as some new material for good measure. The Cairos play to their home town at the Zoo, supported by some local and interstate acts.
The bootleg tour succeeded in not succumbing to corporate shenanigans but showcased five cracking bands, which deserve to be hyped.
The Novocastrian 6-piece provide a scattered Jive audience with a joyous display of indie pop tunes that left a lasting impression on the City of Churches.
Rics Bar has released its first round of announcements for their inaugural Big Backyard Festival.
British India, The Bloodpoets and The Cairos rocked out on Saturday night.