As it is, such a future is only conjecture as they are yet to release their first disc, but with Jonathan Rado of Foxygen producing their debut, it is certainly shaping up to be a monster first effort.
On Friday night Melbourne band Alpine played at the Fat Controller, supported by local bands Auguste and The Montreals.
With small class sizes for personalised tutoring, it’s a great opportunity for actors who are serious about their craft.
Listening to this album will be a transporting experience for those listeners of a certain age; conjuring up the primal joy of a late afternoon set at Sunbury, perhaps?
Opening with the steady paced, Doom-esque guitar driven track, ‘Rise’, King of the North perfectly set the tone of this album.
Late last month, John Butler celebrated his 20th year of making music with the re-issue release of his first ever recording, Searching for Heritage.
The G&S Society have something thoroughly fabulous up their sleeve next month and it is set to be a toe-tapping good time.
Now, with original members Don Martin & Murray Burns and ‘Where Do They Go?’ era members, Paul Dunningham and Colin Bayley, back together and working with new vocalist Steve Balbi, and the aptly named Travis New on guitar, Mi-Sex are sounding great
Whether reviews of this book are bad or good, it will not overly bother, or prevent, Jeff Duff from keeping on ‘keeping on’ – he is that sort of person, defiantly resilient and able to maintain that benignly positive delusion of his own greatness that we have actually come to love him for.
Here’s some great news that’s going to get a lot of people giddy with excitement…Robyn Hitchcock is coming back to town!