Expatriate have gained quite a reputation playing around town over the last year. So after a couple of stellar EPs, a lot of love from local radio ad the J’s they have got together their long-awaited debut album – In the midst of This.. Check out this exclusive footage taken from their time recording in the US and set to the opening track off the album ‘Get Out Give In’.
Mess + Noise are bringing their Lunchbox series to Sydney this January.
There is no doubt that in its 27th year, St Kilda Festival is still one of the premier events of Melbourne's cultural and musical calendars. Returning for its second year after a brief hiatus, the festival filled the entire of St Kilda's Esp
The Cops and Expatriate played the Peninsula Lounge on their Strange Creates co-headline tour.
With Legs 11in full swing Ben from Expatriate kicks back, backstage and gives us the goss on the Expatriate life
Expect four days of guilt free music and frivolities at Peats Ridge Festival this new year - as the festival makes the leap to a completely renewable energy source for all its power needs. Celebrate the new year with over 400 bands on 15 stages...
Back for its 39th year, the inaugural Stone festival showed Canberra an assorted range of music acts across four stages and ranging in style from folk fave Paul Kelly to frantic rockersYoung & Restless to hip hop acts Scribe and Casual Projects - and plen
Melbourne can be a tough crowd, and if the well crafted pop dance rock of The Cops had moved people to well, move, then Expatriate moved them to consider leaving.
I'm not sure who was more pleased about the coming together of Expatriate and The Cops on their - œStrange Creatures tour, the band members or their fans. Whoever it was, the happy happy good times were a flowing.
It was a good sized crowd for a school night when The Cops and Expatriate played Amplifier on Thursday for what they thought would be a warm up gig for Friday's show.
Expatriate and The Cops are in the middle of a nation wide tour, with each band on rotating headlining duties. Along for the ride are promising Newcastle upstarts The Seabellies
Dunsborough gigs from The Cops, Regurgitator and Birds of Tokyo have been cancelled following noise complaints from residents.
Two great bands at the height of powers - Powderfinger and Silverchair - combine to co-headline the music extravaganza that is Across The Great Divide.
A double-header that has been much anticipated by their ever growing fan base, Expatriate, The Cops and Bright Red rocked the Tivoli on the eve of their Strange Creatures tour.
Silverchair and Powderfinger's Across the Great Divide tour rolls into Perth for the first of two gigs under the big top at Claremont Oval.