Sunday, May 26, 2013
Never one to miss a chance to see Archie live I'm posting this gig I just
heard about. I'm sure a few of the blog readers will be excited, I am!
Not only Archie but also the Medics, Bunna and an new art exhibition!
Here's the information
5.30–9.30PM SATURDAY 1 JUNE
GOMA | FREE ENTRY
Celebrate the opening of ‘My Country, I Still Call Australia Home:
Contemporary Art from Black Australia’ with a night of music
and a chance to see the exhibition after hours.
At ‘My Country’ Up Late, enjoy special musical performances by
Archie Roach, together with the Medics
and special guest Bunna Lawrie (Coloured Stone).
Entry to My Country Up Late – One Night Only is free
and no bookings are required.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Every so often 4ZzZ put on a free gig in the car park of the stations
inner city grounds.Its not a big car park so it has a kind of
house party atmosphere which is nice
Today's gig was the Kick out the Jams gig, I caught the last 4 bands,
there was 6 all up and I really went there see to one of my favorite
Brisbane bands of the moment, the Flangipanis.
First band up was Citizen John (above) who put on a mighty fine set
check em out here
Then a nice and heavy set from Smoke check em out here
Followed by some loud and dirty blues from Deadweight Express
And then the moment we all had been waiting for
Damn fine set from the guys if you haven't heard these
guys then get along to their bandcamp site and have a listen
Their new album comes out in a couple of weeks
and I believe you can download their last album for free
at their bandcamp site which is here
It fast and furious pop punk, its as funny as hell
and its very entertaining!
Friday, May 10, 2013
I do like a bit of the Blackeyed Susans on a rainy day, which is
what it is here in Brisbane.
I hope where ever in the world you are this wonderful collection
of songs called the London Sessions will brighten up your day!
01. Spanish is the loving tongue
02. Anchor me
03. In the pines
04. Angel of uncertain times
05. Wee small hours of the morning
06. He'll have to go
5:15 - Fuck Art, Let's Dance.
7" ep released in 1982 from Sydney band 5:15.
I used to hear this track on 4ZzZ and remembered it well, it was a couple of years later I came across a copy and picked it up.
Takes me back to a long lost time.
1. Fuck Art, Let's Dance
2. Diff'rent Strokes
3. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
Check it out HERE
Sunday, May 5, 2013
I don't know a great deal about Altar Ego, picked this up many years ago and liked it a lot.
I heard they moved to the U.K. in the mid 80s and released another ep, but that's about all I know.
1. Altar Ego
3. 1980,s Civilization
4. Unfinished Business
Peter Adams - Drums
Roshan Arulpragasam - Vocals
Tony Hill - Guitar Vocals
Peter Morton - Bass
David Hill - Bass
Pat Fraser - drums
Go HERE to hear
Friday, May 3, 2013
Meanwhile in The Suburbs - Cassette release from 1987.
If there is anyone who sums up Australia in the 70s it's Dave Warner.
Dave Warner came out of Perth Western Australia in 1973 with his band Pus, and later formed "Dave Warner's From The Suburbs" in 1977.
Not only is he a musician with over a dozen albums to his credit he's also an author, screenwriter and producer.
Head on over to davewarner.com.au to pickup some of his CDs or books (personally I'd recommend Mugs Game)
Have a listen to the cassette HERE