Sunshine Coast Music News, March 9 2017

Another busy weekend ahead for Sunshine Coast music. Let's start with tonight when ASTA hits up Solbar. Followed by a huge Friday featuring Fat Picnic at Solbar, Brisbane grunge legends, Screamfeeder (with Some Jerks and Ill Eagles) at The V Room, Matt Stillert returns to play Sunspace Cafe, and Bearfoot going all out with a headline slot at Noosa Festival of Surfing (mainstage) AND 2 sets at Cafe Le Monde afterwards.
Saturday sees The Floating Bridges being gluttons for punishment, but also celebrating 8 years as a band with three full sets at Solbar, and the recently-crowned Best New Artist (for the Australian Blues Music Awards), Blues Arcadia will be at the Palmwoods Hotel.
And on Sunday, Sunday Folk returns to Nambour's Lind Lane Theatre, featuring Cloudstreet, Karen Law Band, and Brea Robertson, Asher Chapman Trio (so, basically, half of Bearfoot) will be doing a Sunday Sesh at Alex Surf Club, The Time Machine Nambour puts on another epic 'underground' show with Hexmere, Girlsuck, Piss Pain, & Pull Out Kings, and Peregian Originals is back with a stellar line-up featuring The Steele SyndicateMapstoneAll Strings Attached & Tom Dibb.  There's plenty more happening, so just head to the Gigs page.

Speaking of All Strings Attached, the prog gypsies will be releasing their new album, 'Incantations for Strange Folk' digitally tomorrow. Those clever clogs have put up a few teaser tracks onto their soundcloud if you want a quick taste of what to expect from the album. Click here and listen for yourself.

Dubarray have released a new film clip for the track, 'Amber Sun', which features on their 'Sound of Prana' album. A very chilled track, and relaxing footage. You can watch this clip here.

And we've been mentioning new heavy-hitters, New Clear Vision a bit lately, so we've managed to put together a Q & A for main man, Brad to answer.  He gets pretty in depth with his responses, but it will give you a good insight into his thoughts on the metal scene on the Coast currently.  You can read that interview here.

Rhys Fox