Yes, Splendour bands are actually going to be appearing in Adelaide!
A pair of garage duos, country rock, a suburban “supergroup” and one of the few local bands to be approved by Soundwave - there really is something for almost everyone in this wrap of local tours
Two Dune Rats, two minutes and as many bongs as they can handle.
The Hives suited up to blitz Melbourne; delivering punch after punch of rock glory.
A nightmare crept through The Zoo last night for Children Collide and their evil effects pedal.
Bolstering their reputation as one of the most reliable live acts in the country, Children Collide provide a high-energy and highly memorable performance.
So many of our favourite local bands are heading out on the road this May.
The band’s first ever sold out gig meant that not only was it memorable for punters but for the headliners themselves.
Bleeding Knees Club bought along Dune Rats and March of the Real Fly for the Canberra leg of their Nothing To Do tour.
It's Black Friday & the lineup features BKC of course there’s widespread schizophrenic dancing, overwhelmed security guards, hoarse screaming, guitar duels – basically all the side-affects of good old rock n’ roll
The mad musical genius that is Ariel Pink brought his band Haunted Graffiti back to Brisbane for a show full of wonderfully weird psychedelic bliss.
Velociraptors, Dune Rats and co. rock The Primitive for 4zzz's new transmitter.
Want to hear a raw 'n' urgent set of super-fun songs about girls, getting high, and sticking it to The Man?
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