PSYCHEDELIC PORN CRUMPETS continue to dominate with UK radio success, Wildlife Entertainment signing, UK + European + Australian tours and new single, ‘SOCIAL CANDY’!
Don't miss this tripped-out four-piece as they make their way around the country, stopping at Solbar on October 6th with guests Southern River Band and Fight Ibis.
Sunshine Coast-based Alternative Roots outfit Flaskas have just released their debut album Kingdom Come. The band have also announced a run of Australian tour dates.
Brisbane/Sunshine Coast five-piece outfit, Huntington are gearing up to release their new single, 'Home Now', and they'll be doing a sneaky live performance at Pyrsim HQ on Wednesday (tonight) August 15th to celebrate.
“All I’ve ever wanted to do is write songs and be true to them,” says Zac Gunthorpe.
It might sound like an obvious approach, but some musicians take years to discover it. For Gunthorpe there was never any other way, which tells you much about the young songwriter and his music. As a youngster, he plunged into music so intensely he would have exploded if he didn’t have a crack at making it himself. Combining enthusiasm (bordering on obsession) with natural talent and an intimate familiarity with Beatles/Byrds/Band songcraft, he was off and running.
Following on from the cautionary lament of HOLD, Dear Willow is pleased to announce the arrival of new single I Was Young, taken from her forthcoming EP Hold Yourself Down (out September 14).
Beckoning tales from the past, I Was Young explores feelings of being trapped within situations similar to that of a somewhat manic pixie dream girl character. It bares the raw truth of consequences when breaking down that bubble.
Five-time finalist at the recent Gold Coast Music Awards, singer/songwriter Black Rabbit George is loved for his brilliant but somewhat dark-tinged and melancholic songwriting style. But a recent experience of unrequited love has inspired an uncharacteristically upbeat, folk-driven ballad that is at once reflective and joyful. Japanese Vintage—released 29 June 2018—is a standout track that is poised to be his most accessible work to date.
Playing Solbar August 16th
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