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Violent Soho

Posted 20 Mar 2017 @ 1:59pm

They’ve become the undisputed gods of Australian indie rock and part of that can be attributed to their goof and tomfoolery on and off the stage.

 

How To Taste’s new video is perfect disclosure of the exuberance and cheekiness that has characterised them so strongly over their journey.

 

Check out the antics below:

 

Posted 12 Jul 2016 @ 11:52am

Violent Soho are once again hitting the road, backed by some fierce company. 

 

It comes in the wake of Violent Soho's latest album, WACO, which took them on a completely sold out tour. Showing no signs of slowing down, they're back at it with special guests The Bronx, Luca Brasi and Tired Lion. 

Posted 18 May 2016 @ 7:57pm

 

The second of three sold-out Forum shows for Violent Soho’s Waco tour delivered an incredible lineup of punk-inflected Australian rock, with DZ Deathrays and Dune Rats also on the lineup.
 
And then there was opening support act, Newcastle’s The Gooch Palms, who kicked things off at 7.30pm. Though, their melodic 1960s surf rock throwback didn’t elicit much of a reaction...

Posted 16 Mar 2016 @ 9:31pm

Mansfield's biggest export, Violent Soho, had a huge start to 2016. Not only did their single Like Soda score a top 20 spot in the triple j Hottest 100, they did the rounds nationally as a part of the Laneway Festival. Despite the array of notable international acts on the bill, Soho were a major drawcard – they even attracted the largest crowd of the day in their native Brisbane. “They were...

Posted 1 Mar 2016 @ 12:48pm

Violent Soho are heading out on tour in support of their highly anticipated forthcoming album, hitting Melbourne along the way.  

 

Before WACO is released, the band will jump up to their biggest ever headline rooms with support from the likes of DZ Deathrays and Dune Rats. Violent Soho have been touring relentlessly since their watershed LP Hungry Ghost took the band to a new...

Posted 4 Nov 2015 @ 5:33pm

 

Fresh off the back of a Last Dinosaurs support tour, Palms are a great opener. Their effortlessly cool garage pop punk has no problem getting a few bodies moving. The big ones from the first album are still the winners for me, but Beatdown is an earworm.
 
As the lights go down and The Smith Street Band’s Young Drunk comes over the speakers, the excited crowd is already...

Posted 19 Sep 2014 @ 10:44am

Violent Soho will embark on a 23-date tour later this year.

 

It's been a huge year for the Mansfield quartet, recently they've performed at Falls Festival, Big Day Out, Groovin The Moo, Splendour in the Grass, triple J’s One Night Stand alongside a completely sold out 14-date national headline tour.  
 
The upcoming tour will also mark the last chances that fans will...

Posted 10 Jul 2014 @ 1:59pm

 

Ben Lee is smiling, seducing the audience’s gaze with his bright pink shirt. The intimate Howler provides a cosy mood for an acoustic set, as Lee promises to spruik a handful of new songs. The songs are sweet and poppy and give much away as to where he is currently at as an artist and a man.
 
Accompanied by guitarist Dave Rogers and keyboardist Sophie Koh, a cheerful Ben...

Posted 10 Jul 2014 @ 1:56pm

When I saw Violent Soho in August last year for a Hungry Ghostpreview show it was evident that they were a band on the precipice greatness. Tonight’s sold-out performance at The Hi-Fi was a thundering avalanche in the affirmative of that feeling I had on first hearing all the material from Violent Soho’s third album. This affirmation was further ratified by the fact that this was the second of...

Posted 2 Apr 2014 @ 1:45pm

Violent Soho have revealed that they will hit the road for their biggest national tour to date this July.

 

The quartet's latest release, Holy Ghost debuted at #6 on the ARIA charts and catapulted them even further onto the scene. Now in their tenth year as a band, they are signed to Thurston Moore's Ecstatic Peace! label and have toured the US with acts such as Built to Spill...

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