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CLOWNS INK INTERNATIONAL DEAL, UNVEIL PLAN FOR NEW ALBUM & ENTER INTO THE HOT SAUCE GAME!

With thousands of record sales under their belt and the worlds biggest heavy music festivals in the experience section of their CV, it’s no secret that Melbourne band Clowns have taken an…

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MINISKIRT prepare to get dirty at ‘GROW YOUR OWN’ festival 2019

By Caz Michalak ‘Grow Your Own’ Festival returns to the shores of Forster-Tuncurry on NSW’s Mid North Coast this Saturday January 12th, with it’s handpicked, homegrown lineup of Aussie music…

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BEC STEVENS announces new EP!

By Caz Michalak Bec Stevens has done it again! After releasing her ripping single ‘They Don’t Build Cars Like This Anymore’ in 2018, to widespread praise, a packed-to-the-rafters launch and…

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CLOWNS set to make their debut appearance at Unify 2019.

By Caz Michalak After a MASSIVE 2018 which saw Melbourne’s Clowns band tour Europe, play Download Festival 2018, support Foo Fighters and release new music… Clowns are starting 2019 off…

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Gold Coast Punk’s Radolescent Get Rowdy!

“Simple, skuzzy rock with a don’t give a toss attitude.”—DECLAN BYRNE TRIPLE J UNEARTHED By Caz Michalak When they aren’t smashing down cones or skating up a storm, Gold Coast…

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Sydney Hip Hop artist SwiftBoi is bulldozing the way for Aussie female Hip Hop!

By Caz Michalak Tassie-born, Sydney-based Hip Hop artist, SwiftBoi isn’t for the faint-hearted. She’s fierce, she’s fiesty and she’s facedly honest. It just so happens that she spits rhymes faster than…

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Clowns announce new album and free show!

Christmas has come early for Clowns fans, with the Melbourne hardcore punk outfit announcing a brand spanking new album AND a free show. That’s right, Clowns will be playing their new record live, in…

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Byron Bay punk rockers MINI SKIRT announce November shows and new music

“Raw, punchy and aggressive, Mini Skirt capture what they call ‘Australian Renaissance’ perfectly. They pay homage to the pub-rock era with their crunchy guitars and raw vocals. It’s not so much the…

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