Lamexcuse (Australian) - Punk / Rock Epitomizing the distinctive melodic hardcore that saw ‘90s punk rock ignite into a music cult genre, Lamexcuse is forging a pathway through the alternative rock scene. This high-energy quartet hailing from Australia’s Capital has fashioned an original voice in an ever-evolving industry of new alternative talent. With a unique approach to song writing and ever increasing musicianship...
There are two bands named "Training Day" 1.Training Day is a Punk Band from Pinneberg, near Hamburg, Germany. 2. Training Day is a hardcore band from Brisbane, Australia formed in 2009.
Midlands based Drumsound (Andy Wright & Ben Wiggett), alongside partner in crime, Simon 'Bassline' Smith, are without doubt one of the leading heavyweight dj / production duo’s in the world of drum ’n’ bass… Its sometimes overlooked, but over the last ten years, its true to say, this dynamic duo are one of the only artists 'ever in drum & bass history' to have had releases on nearly all of the world's leading d'n'b labels..... Grooverider's - prototype recordings
Melbourne, Australia supergroup of sorts. Adam Cooper of Hardware, Dan McKay of The Nation Blue and Brett O'Riley of Warped plus occasional guest Spod. No nonsense hard rock. Familiar to fans of Drive Like Jehu.
Sweet juicy and unique, Pear and the Awkward Orchestra are a quirky, memorable musical offering; whimsical folkpoproots from a mini-orchestra of diverse instrumentation and sparse arrangements supporting an emotive and powerful voice and gritty, personal songs. Pear and the Awkward Orchestra are Brisbane-based. EP Russian Doll, released end 2007, has enjoyed critical acclaim and regular airplay and orchestrated the grassroots rise of this unique band.
Formed in January of 2008, Delamare are a five piece pop rock group from Adelaide, South Australia. Since their conception, Delamare have been in and out of the studio extensively, developing their debut five track EP 'Imaginary Things', due for release on, October the 11th, 2008. During July of this year, the band recorded the EP at Broadcast studios in Adelaide with producer Luke Webb, who has been front of house engineer for Kisschasy for the past few years, and whose production credits include The Angels, Rose Tattoo, Faker and Kisschasy.
Caitlin Park is an electro-acoustic folk artist from Sydney, Australia. Her music is highly influenced by nostalgia for older films (and their soundtracks) which developed through her work at a cult video store. A year of constant shows during 2009 included supports for PONY UP, The Devoted Few, Laura Jean, Leader Cheetah, McKisko, The Paper Scissors, Kat Frankie, The Dead Sea, Sarah Blasko, Holly Throsby, Sally Seltmann, Jack Ladder and more.
Ezekiel Ox is a musician from Melbourne, Australia. He fronted the band Full Scale from 1998-2005; after their break-up he formed Mammal with Pete Williamson, Nick Adams and Zane Rosanoski. Mammal disbanded in October 2009. In late 2009 he took part in a Full Scale reunion of sorts with Tristan Ross (guitar), Ben Brennan (bass) and Matt Crute (drums). This new incarnation of the band changed their name to Full Scale Revolution in 2010, performing several successful small-scale tours of Australia, before disbanding again on September 6 2010. Ox is currently active with several projects: