Last week saw White Arrows, Opossum and Triple J favourites Jinja Safari hit the ANU Bar with their reputable sound and striking stage performances.
Bluejuice got loose (and sweaty) last Tuesday night at ANU Bar for their Winter of Our Discotheque university tour. Roof tiles were smashed (again).
She almost didn’t make it, but Ladyhawke came through with some sparkle and groove at the ANU Bar on Friday.
Despite the handful of people who turned up on the night, The Ocean performed with the same intensity that a crowd five times the size would have been given.
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
Rock and roll was resurrected at the ANU Bar with The Darkness showing a big Canberra crowd how to rock hard...with no ice.
Bar locals, sleep deprived uni students and devoted fans gathered to witness what was set to be a night of great live music at the ANU Bar last week. As part of their east coast tour, The City Shake Up played to a devoted crowd alongside local bands Tran
Last week saw local boys Hands Like Houses release their debut album Ground Dweller at the ANU Bar in Canberra, along with support acts Atlantis Awaits, D At Sea and Drawing North.
Raw City Rukus launch their Genesis EP to a pulsing crowd at the ANU Bar supported by some of Canberra's finest hip-hop talent.
Reunited thrash icons Max and Igor Cavalera stopped by the capital on a summery Friday evening, taking time out from the Big Day Out circus to bring every Sepultura fan's dreams to life with their side-project Cavalera Conspiracy. Max's last visit to Can
Mayer Hawthorne, Howling Bells and Washed Out & Toro Y Moi have all announced tours.
Supported by Pete Akhurst, Glass Towers and Elisha Bones, Guineafowl brought their sounds to ANU bar on Saturday night as part of their 'The Lie Is' tour.
A trio of Australian acts rocked out the ANU Bar on a Wednesday night. A chance to catch Papa vs Pretty before they explode onto the scene was the main drawcard for a great evening of live music.
Sydney four-piece, The Jezabels rocked ANU on their nationwide tour.
The Drones kicked off their One Thousand Mistakes tour at ANU Bar on Friday night.