It’s been three years since Naik released his first LP, In The Shadow of Thunder Mountain.
THE RHOMB DIAGNOSIS
You thought Frenzal Rhomb only had one tour left in ‘em? Now they have tumour! At least that was the gag they had ready to go before doctors discovered it wasn’t a tumour, just tapeworm larvae in frontman Jay Whalley’s head.
The May Day festival and march happens this Sunday, May 5, at Fremantle Esplanade from noon–4.30pm.
There’s a long and significant history attached to May Day, which first began in the US and Canada on May 1, 1886, as a day to focus on efforts to secure an eight-hour working day.
Musos of South West WA, this is your last chance to join the line-up of the utterly (udderly?) sold out Groovin’ the Moo Festival! One spot remains in the GTM Bunbury Moolin Rouge Tent, and one lucky and talented unsigned act (from Bunbury and surrounding areas) will be awarded the opportunity to play alongside The Kooks, Flume, Tame Impala and Tegan & Sara.
Due to unforeseen circumstances Manchester’s Happy Mondays have rescheduled their Australia tour to June, instead of May and have announced that Peter Hook has had to drop off as support.
Melbourne’s premier instrumental post-rock outfit Fourteen Nights At Sea are bringing their epic post-rock to the Rosemount Hotel on Saturday, July 20.