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Jordie Lane caresses the East one last time before jetting off to the US.
While the influences are obvious and worn on their sleeve; Yuck pay homage so well, and create something new by mixing their flavours.
The East Brunswick Club has confirmed that as of March 2012 it will no longer function as a live music venue.
The Mars Volta's Omar Rodriguez-Lopez clarified that his solo material is more than just second- or third-rate Mars Volta but something that has assumed a presence of its own.
ARIA nominated Adelaide/Melbourne band Coerce have announced two shows final shows this year to celebrate their success in 2011.
Dananananaykroyd; they came, they saw, they cuddled.
British Sea Power battle come off third-best in the mammoth cross-town festival clash.
Jack Ladder and the Dreamlanders brood their way into the hearts of Melbourne's fickle music lovers.
Eskimo Joe test-run their new album to an intimate audience at the East Brunswick Club
Banging a Rock Against the Head of a Goat: Gareth Liddiard and Dan Kelly together walked the tightrope line between tension and humour at the East Brunswick Club on Firday April 8th, 2011.
On the heels of their 2010 Mercury Music Award nominated album Sky At Night, I Am Kloot made their first trek to the colonies in search of some sun, performing for an attentive crowd at The East Brunswick Club on Thursday, 17th of February.
Menomena fall just short of the mark on their Laneway sideshow
The Swedish indie band produced a sparkling performance of guitar pop in front of an adoring sold-out crowd.