Phebe and Harry met in 2005 on MySpace and five months later Harry had moved from Bundaberg to Adelaide so they could be together. Harry had been in Brisbane hardcore band Slain of Myself and was a keen piano and guitar player. Phebe had no previous musical endevours, other than the few years of recorder she did in primary school. As a joke they wrote and recorded a few songs Little Stevie and Waltz Of The Fuzzy Peach King and put them up on Harry's music page www.myspace.
There are multiple artists with this name: 1) A death/<a href="http://www.last.fm/tag/thrash%20metal" class="bbcode_tag" rel="tag">thrash metal</a> band from Sydney, Australia formed in 2000. 2)<a href="http://www.last.fm/music/S+h+a+c+k+l+e+s" class="bbcode_artist">S h a c k l e s</a> is a Norwegian duo known from the 2009 edition of X-Factor (formerly a band with four members). 3) A <a href="http://www.last.fm/tag/dubstep" class="bbcode_tag" rel="tag">dubstep</a> DJ from the UK. 4) Fast, heavy and pissed off hardcore from the beach, in the vein of Infest/Mind Eraser/Napalm Death. 1)
Shackles is a death/thrash metal band from Sydney, Australia formed in 2000.
The Ocean The Sky are a 6-piece Australian Post-Hardcore/Metal band based in Sydney. They are currently unsigned and to date they have released one album, Seasons. ALEX - VOCALS
ADAM - GUITAR
MARK - GUITAR/VOCALS
PAT - DRUMS
SEAN - SYNTH
BENNY - BASS
Mother and Father is a heavy demented three piece pop/punk band that spawned from the black depths of central Victoria. Dirtier, inferior and more abrasive is the only way to describe the tragedy that is Mother and Father. Were nothing. New album out soon.
A band’s sound is often inextricably connected to their surrounding environment. Not always. Enter triple j Unearthed winners SURES, whose lo-fi surf pop defies founding members Jonas Nichols and Matt Hogan’s suburban upbringing. Check out 'Poseidon', a track full of summer-laced, reverbed goodness.
Black/Death Metal from Melbourne, Australia (2003 – present) Official website. DISCOGRAPHY: 2004 - The Storm to End All Wars - demo
2005 - Barbaric Vengeance - live demo
2005 - Under the Aegis of Damnation - 7"EP
2006 - Hells Infantry - mini CD
2008 - Chaos Rising - Split LP
2008 - Circle of the Black Flame - 7"EP
2010 - World Cremation - Album
Free time in the sun, sad wizards in the shade. Freak family occurance raised on muddy Brisbane river water.
The Currency are born of a proud lineage of convicts, bushrangers, stowaways and scoundrels. Combining punk rock and roll with celtic folk, these lads and lasses take up where legendary bands like 'Weddings Parties Anything' and 'Midnight Oil' left off by reviving the colonial folk ballad tradition. It's a rollicking seven piece orchestra that combines folk instruments with a fire cracker punk rhythm section. Fiddle, accordion, tin whistle, mandolin, acoustic and electric guitar play a mix of of jigs and reels, waltzes, oz rock and punk that keeps the crowd dancing like crazy dingoes.
The John Butler Trio is an eclectic roots/jam band from Australia led by guitarist and vocalist John Butler. Two of the band's albums, Three (2001) and Living 2001-2002 (2003), have gone platinum in Australia, each reaching the top ten of the Australian album charts. John Butler was born on April 1, 1975 in Torrance, California to an Australian father and American mother. He moved to the small Western Australian town of Pinjarra on 26 January 1986 when he was eleven.
Lady Strangelove combines the minds of Brendan Shaw, (vocals, harmonica, tambourine, percussion) Azz Shaw (Bass, Keyboard, Sampler), Josh Van Looy (Guitar), and Damo Satanek (Drums) to crete an experimental style of psychedelic dance-rock, fusing influences so vast that they span everything from Pink Floyd, Santa and Jimi Hendrix to The Chemical Brotheres, The Mars Volta, The Music, and Comets on Fire.