The 9 Acts You Can’t Miss At SOTA Festival This Weekend

Perth’s very own State Of The Art (SOTA) festival is on this Saturday the 30th May as part of the WA Day long weekend events at Perth Cultural Centre. As we all know, some of the nation’s greatest musicians have been hailing from the west side (see: Tame Impala, Pond, Birds...

Scientists

The Scientists’ show managed to draw in quite a large number of Melbourne’s original punk-rock loving community, as Brunswick’s Howler was crammed with punters a good 20 minutes before the headliners hit the stage. The reformed Perth rockers have only just hit the road in celebration of the 35th anniversary of their original line-up, so to have such a huge following in...

ATP Melbourne 2013 Announce Release The Bats Set Times

Following on from selling out tickets and downgrading venues, the set times for ATP Melbourne’s Halloween Party Extravaganza, Release The Bats, have been announced. Having moved from the Westgate Entertainment Centre and Grand Star Reception in Altona to The Palais and Prince Bandroom in St Kilda, the playing times for the...

ATP Returning To Australia This October For Release The Bats

“Maybe 2014. We’re looking around.” That was the teasing words of All Tomorrows Parties promoter Barry Hogan, who late last month confirmed that the festival was looking at planning more ATP events for Australia. And while we’d all crossed our fingers for something in the near future after the success...

Spencer P Jones And The Nothing Butts Announce Australian Tour 2012

As previously reported, Spencer P Jones and The Nothing Butts are a new Australian band that are putting the super back into supergroup. Joining Mr. P Jones, the legendary guitarist and songwriter, is James Baker of The Scientists and Hoodoo Gurus fame, along with gnarled poet Gareth Liddiard and his Drones...

The Drones, Beasts Of Bourbon Members Form New Aussie Supergroup

Ever wondered what it sound like if you stuck legendary Australian guitarist Spencer P Jones, James Baker of The Scientists and Hoodoo Gurus fame, along with gnarled poet Gareth Liddiard and Fiona Kitschin of the Drones in a room together? Well, soon enough we’ll have some actual music to replace...