Sunshine Coast Music News, July 7 2017

Weird weather ahead, but don't let that put you off.  Tonight, Holy Holy hit the Helm in Mooloolaba, Tay Oskee heads to Solbar, supported by Khan Harrison Band, and Black Rabbit George, then tomorrow night, Husky plays Solbar, plus Byron Bay's Rosie Mischief playing the front bar.  Dubarray are back in town, ever so briefly as well, with their last Australian show in a while this Saturday night, at The Shared in Yandina.
Those shows and more this weekend (head to the Gigs page).
Oh Nambour, you're going to be spoilt tomorrow.  Currie Street Music Crawl (thanks to Queensland Music Festival) will kick into multiple gears throughout the day, featuring performances from WAAX, Major League, Sahara Beck, The Floating Bridges, Pro Vita, Lifeboat, Screamfeeder.... look.. there's a lot happening in venues like The Basement, The Time Machine, Library courtyard, The Bison Bar etc. It's going to be a big day indeed.
Dan Horne will be launching his album this Sunday at The Yacht Club, Mooloolaba with Pete Allan, Anna & Jordan, Bri Green, and Sam Hay from 2pm. Originally to be held at Black Bunny Kitchen, due to unforeseen circumstances, it had to be relocated. Still going to be a fun Sunday sesh to celebrate the new album, though.
Nu-metal champs, New Clear Vision announced a tour AND a new single, 'No More Screams' which is scheduled to be released next week, but will be premiered tonight on Collision (down in Vic, but you can can tune in to voicefm.com.au).  NCV's next Coast show will be at the V Room next Friday, with Forest, Salacious, Meridian Theory, and Chapters of Entropy.
Whiskey and Me finally released the first track of their debut EP, 'Lost and Found' (coincidentally the same name of the EP), and an accompanying film clip to boot.  They'll be doing shows all over the joint in the coming month, including this Sunday's Peregian Originals.  We even did a quick review of the track, which you can read here.
Bearfoot have been pretty cryptic (and fairly quiet) of late, and for good reason... the roots gurus have recently announced their first proper East Coast tour, which sees them away for pretty much all of August, starting with a show at Solbar, then heading through Brisbane, Gold Coast, Northern NSW, Sydney and Melbourne. Why? They have a new single in 'Crazy For You', with a special guest as well (if you didn't see the clues, it's the one and only Andrea Kirwin guesting on the track).  No details on when it will be released other than this month, so your guess is as good as ours.

Rhys Fox