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Wednesday, 24 January

15:27

15 awesome gigs you cant miss this month Tone Deaf

Weve compiled the cream of the crop when it comes to summer street parties, festivals promoting promising emerging acts for a dime, and international touring acts to catch over the coming month in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

From shoegaze pioneers to Aussie party rock, theres something for everyone in this ol genre-blended gig guide.

Sydney

The Marly Hottest 100 Party

When: Saturday, January 27th
Where: Marlborough Hotel, Newtown

With the Aussie music-lovers biggest day coming up fast, Newtowns Marlborough Hotel has stepped up the game and dropped the details for an absolutely awesome day of celebrating the legendary  triple j Hottest 100.

Featuring DJ sets from Alex The Astronaut, Ball Park Musics Jen Boyce, and ex-triple j presenter Dom Alessio, youll be in good hands on the day, with countless Hottest 100 activities going down, along with plenty of amber fluid from local brewers. Needless to say, if ever you needed a way to count down the famed poll, this is definitely the way to do it.

Entry is free, find out more here.

Yabun Festival 2018

When: Friday, January 26th
Where: Victoria Park, Sydney

What better way to spend your Australia Day (also known to many as Invasion Day) than to pay respects and listen to the First Nations people. Yabun Festival will be hosting some incredible talent from the likes of Baker Boy, Kardajala Kirridarra, Electric Fields, Troy Cassar-Daley and more. The best part? The whole festival is free!

Entry is free, find out more here.

Freedom 4

When: Saturday, January 27th
Where: Oxford Art Factory, Darlinghurst

But theres much more to celebrate on January 27 than just triple js hottest 100 Freedom are back at it at Oxford Art Factory with yet another gutful of stellar genre-diverse emerging acts, from the dreamy alt-rock of Good Boy to the twisted grooves of imbi the girl. Plus, the likes of Gusher DJs will have you dancing your mid-long weekend hangover away. Oh, and did we mention that this one is free too?

Entry is free,...

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Tuesday, 23 January

11:20

A prince of men Cheeseburger Gothic

Sometimes i get tired of writing grown up columns. Then things like this happen:

Finally! Prince William got a proper haircut.

I"ve been urging the bloke to go the number one comb for some time now. It"s been obvious for many years that he was thinning out on top and as I said to him, Will, I said, we"ve got the rotten Frenchies where we want them at the moment, but you never know when the Dauphin or the Grand Constable is likely to start stirring up trouble around Agincourt again. You can"t expect the happy few to follow you into wanton slaughter if they"re distracted by your bald spot.

At Blunty.

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Monday, 22 January

12:34

Ibrahim's Grill and Transmission Vector Cheeseburger Gothic

Not being a foot fetishist, I"ve never dreamed of drinking champagne from one of Jimmy Choo"s finely crafted stilettos. I"ve never thought of drinking champagne out of anything other than a champagne flute, or in a pinch, a coupe; one of those shallow, wide-rimmed glasses reputed to have been modelled on Marie Antoinette"s boob.

I"ll allow that taking a sip directly from the royal fun bags might not be terrible. But there I draw the line. I do not want my bubbly wine suggesting a tincture of athlete"s foot. And there"s no way known I"m drinking soup from a shoe. This atrocity was most recently catalogued by the excellent "We Want Plates" campaign and no words can do it justice.

I"ll simply let your eyes feast on what your tummy could not possibly stomach.

At what point in the accelerating collapse of our civilisation did we agree that this bullshit was not just permissible, but worth a business plan? The story of humanity"s climb to the top of the food chain, starts not with our emergence from the primordial ooze, but with our decision to not slurp that ooze from our cupped hands. Anthropologists speculate that we might have started by using sea shells as our dinner bowls, but it was not long before we graduated to agriculture, nation building and dinner plates. Along the way we experimented with eating off rocks and bits of wood or bark, but the inherently superior nature of plates, bowls and cups is shown by the fact that they are found in abundance wherever human beings leave traces of their fallen civilisations. When everything else has been lost to time, a simple porcelain plate endures.

Wooden platters do not endure.

They split and rot and harbour living filth within their cracks and crevices. The term "trench mouth" for ulcerative gingivitis, traces back to the use of wooden trenchers, or shared serving bowls in medieval times. They proved to be excellent transmission vectors for all manner of exciting infectious disease. Our return to these vessels, and worse, is our surrender to entropy. If human progress is no longer possible, why not stick a plastic cup full of tinned soup in a red shoe with a cheese cruller? Nothing matters anymore.

But! But all is not lost.

A restaurant in the UK was recently fined 50,000 (or eighty-six grand in dollarydoos) for serving bad food on worse letters. After poisoning a dinner party of fourteen guests, Ibrahim's Grill and Steakhouse was ordered by local government health inspectors to stop serving food on cracked, dirty wooden boards. Of course, in the restaurant biz cracked, dirty wooden boards are so fucking hot right now so Ibrahim kept right on poisoning those fashion-obsessed foodies.

It would be a shame. I think, if this small victory went nowhere. Wooden platters are not the worst things food has bee...

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Sunday, 21 January

21:00

EP 234: Food Court & Siamese Live Delay

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Photo: Teds Records (Sunscreen), Justin Edwards (SE)

Food Court

Recorded and mixed by Branko Cosic
Recorded at Woolly Mammoth Alehouse, 15th September 2017

The members of Sydneys Food Court met at a party under the Glebe tram-tracks and started jamming 60s garage blessed with some 90s fuzz bosh. The band features Cristian Campano (ex-Betty Airs) on vocals/guitar, Lewis Mckeown (Pretend Eye) on bass/vocals, Dan De Santis on guitar and Nic Puertolas (ex-Salvagers) on drums.

2013 saw the release of their debut ep Smile At Your Shoes and a string of singles followed. They then followed up with 2014s Big Weak and a full length entitled Good Luck which was released in 2017. The album was the final LP to be recorded by John Castle in his legendary Shed Studios where Castle worked his magic on records from the likes of Megan Washington, You Am I and more recently Jack River.

Food Court bring energy, riffage and a killer live show...

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Thursday, 18 January

10:22

BLEEDING KNEES CLUB & Together PANGEA "GroovUs Feed Afestivals"

 

BLEEDING KNEES CLUB & Together PANGEA

Brace yourself for a beaster of an Easter, as local garage-rock brawlers Bleeding Knees Club team up with LA titans Together Pangea for a national Australian tour youll never forget

Off the back of 2017s triumphant Chew The Gum EP and recent crackerjack single Case, Bleeding Knees Club are psyched to hit the road before their new album drops later this year.

Chew The Gum saw the ex-Gold Coast outfit relocated to Sydney via frontman Alex Wall, and with a freshly-configured line-up. The band completed a frenzied national tour to launch the EP that included one broken jaw and one broken ankle, and The Brag gushed Bleeding Knees Clubs chaotic Sydney comeback show proved punk is not dead. After carving out circle pits at festivals including Stonecutters (Adelaide), SOUNDS OF THE SUBURBS (Sydney) and Valley Fiesta (Brisbane), the foursome saw out 2017 with their set-your-desk-on-fire anthem Case, which AAA-Backstage frothed This track is itching for summer like it cant get a hold of its dealer on a comedown day if I didnt know any better, Id be looking on an American Pie soundtrack for this jammer.

Vocalist Alex Wall says, Together Pangea have been one of my favourite LA punk bands since I first heard Living Dummy in 2011. I met the guys when I was living in the States and started going to a bunch of their shows, and they just kill it every night. Their songs are so good and theyre insane live. I went to a couple of the dates on their current USA tour in New York and LA and they destroyed it. I cant wait for everyone in Australia to lose it over them when to come out to tour with us!

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Tuesday, 16 January

16:15

The Steel Syndicate "GroovUs Feed Afestivals"

 

The Steele Syndicate is all about the groove. Steele McMahons Brisbane-based octet is raucous, punchy and fun, with a genre-bending sound that reimagines elements of old school funk, reggae, ska and indie rock.  The band packs a roaring four-piece horn section and a rhythm section to match, creating music from soulful, contemplative ballads to dance-inducing funk frenzies.

Since its formation in September 2015, The Steele Syndicate has entertained over 80,000 people at Sydneys City2Surf road run, played at the Sydney Opera House, Cairns Reef Hotel and Casino, Peregian Originals, NightQuarter and a host of Brisbanes best venues. The band is also breaking into the festival scene, appearing at the 2017 Gum Ball Music Festival, Newstead Roots Festival and headlining the Teneriffe Festival. Theyre a besuited instrument-hopping unit!

Packing the punch of its acclaimed live set into a record, The Steele Syndicate released its debut EP, Antipodes in August 2016. Since its release, the EP and lead single Where I Need To Be have received nationwide airplay on Triple J, local and community radio.

The Steele Syndicate has been back in the studio and is set to release a second EP in 2018.  With a number of national dates already in the calendar, the band looks forward to unleashing their evolved, energetic groove to new venues, new cities and new audiences in the months and years to come.

 

The post The Steel Syndicate appeared first on The Zoo.

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Monday, 15 January

11:25

Mastadon and Gojira are teaming up on two huge Download Festival sideshows "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

Two of the worlds most critically lauded metal acts, Mastadon and Gojira are joining forces on a string of Download Festival sideshows that could literally rival the epic-ness of the entire event itself.

Fans of the trailblazing acts will be treated to Sydney and Brisbane shows after the festival in Melbourne so if youre planning on catching every moment of riff-fuelled greatness, youre in luck.

Tickets to witness this display of modern metal glory go on sale this Friday, via livenation.com.au, the 19th so get in quick.

TOUR DATES:

Mastodon with special guests Gojira

BIG TOP, SYDNEY

MONDAY MARCH 26

EATONS HILL HOTEL, BRISBANE

WEDNESDAY MARCH 28

TICKETS:

TICKETS ON SALE

10AM FRIDAY JANUARY 19

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Monday, 01 January

14:03

Sydney accounts for half Australia's growth "IndyWatch Feed Seq"

Sydney has become Australia's economic powerhouse, accounting for almost half of Australia's economic growth.

The extraordinary figure of 41.2 per cent is the highest since Victoria led the nation into recession in the early 1990s.

New calculations show that Sydney and Melbourne combined accounted for more than two-thirds of Australia's economic growth during 2016-17, a concentration rare on a global scale.

The capital city GDP estimates prepared by Terry Rawnsley of SGS Economics and Planning show Sydney's economy grew 3.3 per cent during 2016-17, easily surpassing Melbourne's 2.8 per cent.

The economy of regional NSW grew 1.5 per cent; the economy of regional Victoria grew 5.8 per cent.

A rough measure of living standards, GDP per capita grew 1 per cent in Sydney while slipping 0.1 per cent in Melbourne.

GDP per capita shrank 0.6 per cent in Brisbane and 4.7 per cent in Perth.

Mr Rawnsley said economic activity was gravitating to Sydney and Melbourne, even though Melbourne's living standards were slipping.

"It's getting economic refugees from Perth and Brisbane, whose living standards are slipping faster," he said. "Melbourne is more affordable than Sydney. If you want a big city with a vibrant economy but you don't want to pay Sydney prices, you go to Melbourne."

Sydney is Australia's hottest capital city economy. SGS suggests that to rein in Sydney's economy the Reserve Bank would have to push up its cash rate from 1.5 per cent to 3.5 per cent. To rein in Melbourne's it would have to push it 2.25 per cent. In Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide, the cash rate would have to be pushed down to 0.25 per cent.

 

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Thursday, 13 July

14:38

Smart Arts 13 July 2017 "IndyWatch Feed Seq"

Richard is joined today by Brisbane Festival's own David Berthold, Black Hole Theatre's Director Nancy Black and writer/performer Alison Richards to chat about 'The Book of Revelations', finishing with the effervescent Roslyn Oades, Director of 'Hello, Goodbye and Happy Birthday'.

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Thursday, 15 September

07:46

Never Say Never Tour feat. PEZ & Mallrat "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

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THUNDAMENTALS

Never Say Never Tour Featuring PEZ & Mallrat

Oct 29th @ UC Refectory Canberra ACT # - GET TIX

Nov 4th @ HQ Complex Adelaide SA (LIC/ALL AGES) - GET TIX

Nov 5th @ Originals Music Festival Coolum QLD #* - GET TIX

Nov 17th @ Republic Bar Hobart TAS - GET TIX

Nov 18th @ The Croxton Melbourne VIC - GET TIX - SOLD OUT!

Nov 19th @ The Croxton Melbourne VIC - GET TIX

Nov 25th @ Miami Tavern Gold Coast QLD - GET TIX

Nov 26th @ The Tivoli Brisbane QLD - GET TIX

Dec 2nd @ Wollongong Uni Bar Wollongong NSW - GET TIX

Dec 3rd @ Long Jetty Hotel Central Coast NSW - GET TIX

Dec 8th @ The Jack Cairns QLD #* - GET TIX

Dec 9th @ Dalrymple Hotel Townsville QLD #* - GET TIX

Dec10th @ Magnums Airlie Beach QLD #* -...

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Wednesday, 20 July

10:13

FAB is getting BIGGER!!! "IndyWatch Feed Seq"

FAB is getting BIGGER!!! Artists from all over the Moreton Bay Region have been getting in touch and submitting their artwork. Get your application in and you will have up to Sunday, 31st July to get your work completed. Artwork is to be delivered on Saturday, 30th July or Sunday, 31st July between 10 am and 2 pm. Artist application forms can be found at HERE or email bang@mybeachmere.com.au
Details are in the FAB 2016 Artist Application HERE.  Artists who are interested in participating can download the application form there.


The important dates are

  • Friday July 29th   5 PM  ENTRIES CLOSE
  • Delivery of Artwork to Gallery, Beachmere Shopping Village, cnr James Road and Beachmere Road, Beachmere on Saturday July 30th, and Sunday July 31st between 10 am and 2 pm.
  • Thursday, 4 August Opening and Awards Night FAB Exhibition
  • Monday, 8 August Bump Out

For more information contact Karen on 0402114201

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Saturday, 11 June

09:41

A diverse, positive country is a strong country "IndyWatch Feed Seq"

If you ever need a clear, succinct outline of just how crucial migration and multiculturalism has been to Australias success and just how damaging it has been when the country has succumbed to divisive leadership that sought to cause division by attacking this read George Megalogenis book Australias Second Chance.

The potential for the final few weeks of the campaign to be filled with slurs against migrants and refugees is strong, so there are a series of events being held across Brisbane to help give people the facts they need to fight back against racism and xenophobia and to show what a better society can look like.

With nominations for the Senate in Queensland now closed, we see a host of parties and candidates running with a strong focus on attacking and vilifying sections of our community whether it be against refugees, migrants, Muslims, multiculturalism, gays and lesbians or First Nations people. At least six parties fall into this category, including Pauline Hanson, who has a real chance of winning. The Greens also have a good chance of winning that final Senate seat, which would be a seat currently held by the conservative side.

I strongly believe that multiculturalism makes us stronger, safer, happier and more prosperous. In this election weve seen slurs against migrants and refugees fly freely including most tragically by the Immigration Minister, who even more tragically was then backed up by our nations Prime Minister!

This year, Brisbane has been at the forefront of the change seen in the national debate about refugees, with the Sanctuary movement gaining momentum in many local churches, and the amazing response to Baby Ashas plight in the Lady Cilento Childrens Hospital. This is the community that I am proud to promote and be a part of.

The events being planned will be sort of like speed-dating with a social conscience. People will get to share in a series of fifteen minute conversations with speakers from migrant and refugee backgrounds, then advocates and academics, then activists. Youll get all the personal stories, facts and figures you need and some concrete ways to stand up for our strong, healthy, diverse society in the last weeks of this election campaign and beyond.

Come to one these four events in the coming weeks, and tell your friends and family about them.

Event 1

Dr Kristen Lyons will be co-hosting
Monday 13th June 2-4pm
Annerley Bowls Club
104 Frederick St, Annerley

Performances by the Tichawona and Velvet duo

https://www.facebook.com/events/18685092504587...

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Wednesday, 09 March

08:45

Madness, aliens debated at Brisbane fair "IndyWatch Feed Seq"

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Legendary physicist Albert Einsteins discoveries will be celebrated during two stage performances at the World Science Festival Brisbane, which begins today.

Brisbane [AAP]

Geeks, deep-thinkers and curious minds will gather in Brisbane over the coming days for the World Science Festival.

The five-day event, which kicks off on Wednesday, aims to bring science out of the laboratory and inspire Queenslanders through discussions and performances tackling some of the big issues facing humanity.

Topics will range from the stars to the depths of the ocean, the search for alien life, madness, creativity, robots and dinosaurs.

Nobel Laureate physicist Brian Schmidt, astronaut Andy Thomas as well as physicist, author and festival co-founder Brian Greene are among those speaking at the festival which originated in New York and is being held in Brisbane for the first time.

The post Madness, aliens debated at Brisbane fair appeared first on Echonetdaily.

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Friday, 17 April

17:00

Brisbane - I might have a couple of these for sale if you use... "GroovUs Feed Aartists"



Brisbane - I might have a couple of these for sale if you use the secret passphrase: you know how us young upstarts do it!

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Thursday, 16 April

21:44

Whats a trip to Brisbane without dropping in on... "GroovUs Feed Aartists"



Whats a trip to Brisbane without dropping in on @ericbtattoo Scuba Steve @ @crushcitytattoo

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Tuesday, 14 October

12:50

750 REBELS JAKE BIZ, LAZY GREY & DJ DCIDE: KOLD HEAT OUT NOW "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

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Karsniogenics & the 750 REBELS present JAKE BIZ, LAZY GREY & DJDCIDE. Three of Brisbane hip-hops finest underground artists comin correct with the long awaited latest installment from members of the infamous 750 Rebels, KOLD HEAT.

Following on from the short film prequel to the album KOLD HEAT | BRING IT TO YA CITY DVD released in late 2013, the crew are set to burn up ya sound system with this latest body of work.

The DVD is a short film style video clip approximately 11 minutes in duration, featuring 7 tracks from the 750 Rebels. The DVD was released December 2013, and was shot and edited by acclaimed filmmakers HEATA and JOSH DAVIS. The DVD also features Behind The Scenes footage, the full-length song Bring It To Ya City, instrumentals and more. The DVD is currently only available through the Karsniogenics website.

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Buy from JB HIFI.

 

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Wednesday, 19 March

12:25

SO WE CAN REMEMBER TOUR "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

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SO WE CAN REMEMBER NATIONAL TOUR
Presented by Niche Productionstriple j & Nathan Farrell Entertainment

Thu 1 May @ The Corner Hotel, Melbourne VIC - JUST ADDED!| GET TICKETS | PH 1300 724 867

Fri 2 May @ The Corner Hotel, Melbourne VIC - SOLD OUT!| GET TICKETS | PH 1300 724 867

Thu 8 May @ Flyrite, Perth WA | GET TICKETS | PH 1300 762 545

Fri 9 May @ Mojos Fremantle WA | GET TICKETS | PH 1300 762 545

Fri 16 May @ The Zoo, Brisbane QLD | GET TICKETS - PH 1300 762 545

Fri 24 May @ The Metro Theatre, Sydney NSW | GET TICKETS | PH 02 9550 3666

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Tuesday, 04 March

09:14

So We Can Remember Tour NOW ON-SALE! "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

Tickets for our So We Can Remember Tour are NOW ON-SALE! Direct Links below.

Kicks off May 2nd which happens to be the same day our album So We Can Remember will be available where all good music is sold. Look forward to partying with you guys at the gigs! Ticket links below. TM. #SoWeCanRemember #YearOfTheThundakat

Presented by Niche Productionstriple j & Nathan Farrell Entertainment

Fri 2 May @ The Corner Hotel, Melbourne VIC
GET TICKETS PH 1300 724 867

Thu 8 May @ Flyrite, Perth WA
GET TICKETS - PH 1300 762 545

Fri 9 May @ Mojos Fremantle WA
GET TICKETS - PH 1300 762 545

Fri 16 May @ The Zoo, Brisbane QLD
GET TICKETS - PH 1300 762 545

Fri 24 May @ The Metro Theatre, Sydney NSW
GET TICKETS - PH 02 9550 3666

So We Can Remember is released Fri 2 May on Obese Records.

 

 

 

Tuesday, 25 February

17:59

So We Can Remember Album Tour Announced! "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

Thundamentals debut new single, announce Australian tour

Thundamentals have dropped the second single from their forthcoming album So We Can Remember.

The song, Something I Said, represents a bit of a soulful shift in direction for the hip-hop trio, in a somewhat similar vein to last years Smiles Dont Lie. It was premiered on Australian radio by The Doctor this afternoon on triple j Drive.

Tom Crawford, one of our Blue Mountains friends, features on [this song], MC Tuka told triple j. Hes the only artist Ive ever worked with who sculls a litre of custard when hes singing. I think he sounds great we do ginger and honey when weve got rough throats, but he was like nah, can you get us some custard? We pretty much just collaborated with our friends on this record.

I think weve been kind of blessed like that, added MC Jeswon It just feels like an organic kind of thing collaborating with these friends of ours. We just happen to be lucky that were surrounded by some really talented people. We dont have to outsource too hard and reach out to people we dont know.

In addition, the group will embark on a bunch of Australian tour dates around their 2014 Groovin The Moo tour run. Theyll hit up Melbourne, Perth, Fremantle, Brisbane and Sydney alongside their regional GTM dates.

Heres where you can catch Thundamentals on their So We Can Rememberalbum tour, presented by triple j, Niche & Nathan Farrell Entertainment

Fri 2 May
Corner Hotel
Melbourne VIC

Thu 8 May
Flyrite
Perth WA

Fri 9 May
Mojos 
Fremantle WA

Fri 16 May
The Zoo
Brisbane QLD

Fri 24 May
The Metro Theatre
Sydney NSW

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