Let’s get one thing straight. I’ve been following the Collegians since their brilliant debut single, “Vaccine”, which then was followed up “Black Mass”. This Melbourne based Australian band, with a British-born singer, sound exactly like the confident, ambitious superstars they are very likely soon to be. On their latest single
Collegians occupy a unique place among the constellation of alternative rock acts that have emerged in the last few years. They seem as interested in the pop half of that portmanteau, while still creating a progressive hard-hitting swamp that sprouts elements of rock, electronic, and proto-industrial acts. It’s an admirable path
Hailing from Melbourne Australia, the 4 piece rock band, THE NATIONAL EVENING EXPRESS formed in 2013, featuring a set of all seasoned musicians who drawing on their varied influences including Motorhead, The Black Crowes, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, and Midnight Oil. In this day and age, few things come around that
In collaboration with vocalist Aliz Kasim, plus special guest musicians from all over the world Back To Eden is the heavy metal project of guitarist, bassist and songwriter Edan Hoy from Melbourne, Australia. Joining Back to Eden on their latest single “Twin Flame”, is special guest guitar virtuoso Dhalif Ali.
Formed in 2014, the Collegians inked a deal with music label Cultivator Records in 2015, and work on their new album started with the group’s exciting debut-track “Vaccine”. Along with recording their new album, the band also created a brand-new music video for their lead track as well. The Collegians
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia FINN (Mark & Luke Finn) has released various singles and albums over the last few years, including last year’s 4-track EP, entitled “Entanglement”. FINN hits the ground running with this Ep. Their brilliant songwriting ability as well as unique, lyrical guitar styles shows a profound sense
“Atomic Thrust” is the lead single from the album of the same name, by the velvet-clad, Melbourne-based gentleman, Oliver Clark. Forging a vocal style strongly recalling a mix between the classy but gritty raw power of Tom Jones and the larger than life showmanship of Weird Al Yankovic, Clark delivers a
“Gecko Theory is a Melbourne based 4 piece rock band founded in 2011 by guitarist brothers Mike and Jack van de Ven and childhood friend Glyn Dalton after a chance meeting at a Faith No More gig featuring too many beers and a loud discussion of unfettered dreams of super-stardom.” But I’ve