Anton Newcombe's gang of swirling psych rockers Brian Jonestown Massacre return to the city of churchs. And the bring the explosive Raveonettes with them! Hallelujah!
It’s eight years since DIG! laid bare the love-hate relationship between BJM and contemporaries The Dandy Warhols, but there was no such melodrama Friday night with infamous front man Anton Newcombe’s rants kept to a dull roar as they played a crackin
The Hi-Fi was recently host to a night of 60's revivalism with Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Raveonettes.
A less volatile, yet no less enthralling Brian Jonestown Massacre make a return down under.
Anton Newcombe addresses the crowd: “I'm 44 years old, I don't take requests! Go to Hungry Jacks or something. Do you do everything Tony Abbott tells you to do?”
Anton Newcombe is coming back Down Under this May.
Brian Jonestown Massacre hypnotised their fans with a hits heavy set of droning melodic glory.
Hopefully the sluggish and half melted crowd’s response (or lack of it) won’t deter Brian Jonestown Massacre from another visit soon.
FL gets on the phone with the formidable leader of The Brian Jonestown Massacre for 45 minutes of anti-small-talk.
That rarest of miracles - a pristine BJM performance.
Playing heavily on the return of Hollywood to the lineup the band pour over what could be seen as their halcyon days, with the focus put on their tremendous 90's back catalogue.
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The Brian Jonestown Massacre has just announced three additional shows to their Australian tour.
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