Smith Street Band are back on the road, Frenzal Rhomb are touring (and tapeworm free) and The Jungle Giants have a new single – all this and more in our round-up of the week's local news.
Yes, Splendour bands are actually going to be appearing in Adelaide!
JODY MACGREGOR picks out the best bits of music this week – from Hot Chip’s disco jam to How To Destroy Angels’ ritual for ending the world.
More bands and comedy acts join the already huge lineups for Falls and Southbound.
A night of great tunes as sixty of Australia's best up and coming bands take over Fortitude Valley.
The Jungle Giants are the talk of the town.
Brisbane's The Jungle Giants bring their 'She's a Riot' tour to Melbourne, supported by Toucan and Them Swoops.
A huge stack of local tours from Bertie Blackman, Owl Eyes, Stonefield, Saskwatch, Twerps, The Jungle Giants, Alpine and Northeast Party House.
After reaching the ARIAs and nailing Triple J’s hottest 100 list (three times!) Sydney's Boy and Bear have unsurprisingly earned a sold-out Melbourne show.
Boy and Bear, Remembering the Mexican tour with supporting acts from Tin Sparrow and The Jungle Giants
Sweet melodies and awkward love songs reign supreme as a night of fun and infectious pop comes to a close; tonight’s joint headliners managing to get many a melody stuck in the collective head of the crowd.
Caxton Street Seafood And Wine Festival First Announcement
Messrs, The Jungle Giants and San Cisco – proof that good things do come in threes – nothing awkward about it.
Hungry Kids of Hungary will headline Fortitude Valley's annual free street party.
Indie pop darlings The Jungle Giants played their second last show of their tour on Friday night at Alhambra lounge alongside The Strums and Tiger Beams.