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Posted 27 Apr 2017 @ 9:08am

The uproarious, electric, dare I say otherworldly Sydney garage outfit Royal Headache just locked in a second show when you weren't looking.

 

Whenever you witness Royal Headache in a live setting it's like you're riding the waves of an 'electric shock' for 60 minutes. 

 

Their 2015 LP was magnificent and signalled a surprise return from a band which had been...

Posted 26 Apr 2017 @ 4:10pm

After selling out their upcoming Melbourne appearance, the unstoppable Cash Savage and The Last Drinks have just confirmed a second show on top of their addition to Hobart's fifth annual Dark Mofo festival.

 

An extension to their Run With The Dogs east-coast tour, the freshly-announced date at The Curtin...

Posted 24 Apr 2017 @ 10:47am

British alternative hip-hop wunderkind Kojey Radical is stepping Down Under for the first time, bringing his intellectual show with him.

 

As much a poet as a musician, the London-based artist is making waves with his creative work within and outside musical spheres. Off-stage, he's the creative director of PUSHCRAYONS and art director of menswear brand, Chelsea Bravo.

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Posted 21 Apr 2017 @ 12:31pm

The Curtin's Sonny's Fried Chicken & Burgers instalment comes after the successful takeovers of Leonard's House of Love, Huxtaburger and Bluebonnet Barbecue.

 

They're taking fried chicken into another stratosphere by doubling the options for your crispy chook. The white meat selection is by the breast and they also have a dark meat option by the thigh. You can get two pieces...

Posted 11 Apr 2017 @ 1:43pm

Melbourne's favourite delinquents Mesa Cosa are back in the saddle once again. 

 

Back with a bang in the wake of their last single Stone Bone, Matate was mixed by King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard's Stu McKenzie and recorded by Nao Anzai of No Zu. Their latest cut sits in the middle of gang chant anthems and Chicano noise rock.  

 

Along with the track comes a...

Posted 28 Mar 2017 @ 1:51pm

New Zealand three-piece The All Seeing Hand are returning to Aussie soil. 

 

Bringing together elements of throat singing, visceral drumming and monophonic turntable tones - The All Seeing Hand are loved for their immersive performances that combine sound, light and a pinch of chaos. 

 

Posted 6 Mar 2017 @ 12:58pm

Here's some great news to start your week. 

 

Before they take to The Sup' for Golden Plains, The Peep Tempel will be playing a very special free show to get you in the mood. 

 

Posted 15 Feb 2017 @ 11:54am

Dwarves are heading back onto the stage for a heavy-hitting Melbourne show. 

 

Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, the Dwarves' chaotic shows and incendiary interviews drew the attention of both underground and mainstream press. Now, they're heading back onto the stage to teach a new generation how to worship Satan. 

 

Posted 16 Jan 2017 @ 9:48am

Afrobeat behemoth The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra are kicking things off for 2017 in fine form. 

 

They'll be bringing their huge 16-piece lineup for a special public holiday eve show. This will be the first show of the year for the band, who typically only play a few headline shows a year due to the sheer logistics of bringing the entire crew together.

 

In 2016...

Posted 12 Jan 2017 @ 5:44pm

It's been a year since David Bowie passed away, and it still hurts. But in the word's of the man himself: "Let's Dance". 

 

After last year's huge Bowie celebrations and the one-year anniversary of the Starman's death just passed, it's the perfect time to remember his influence on the world.
 
All your favourite Bowie songs will be spinning around the clock, courtesy...

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