An up and coming hard rock band from Melbourne, Australia. Influences include the likes of Karnivool. Jericco is one of the newest hard hitting bands to hit the Melbourne music scene, fusing middle-eastern grooves with progressive, electronic, hard rock. This hardworking five piece consists of,Roy Amar-Bass guitar&Oud,Luke Halstead-Drums,Brent Mccormick-Vocals,Jordan Nagle-Guitar and Fetah Sabawi-Keys,Programming(ex-Superheist,Revolucion Street). After supporting Dead Letter Circus in only there second gig to rave reviews Jericco hit the studio to write and record there debut E.
Featuring the unique talents of Jake Nauta and Daniel Georgiou, Playjerise are an acoustic duo hailing from the Blue Mountains, Sydney. The band have a new album as of 2009 titled "Better Life", while their previous albumette, "Cross The Line" was released in 2006. Over the years, the pair have performed to appreciative audiences at Hillsong Conferences, RICE Conferences, The Big Exo Day, Blackstump and Sonfest festivals, whilst recieving radio airplay on Triple J, Nova, FBI and FRESH FM 103.2.
Thirsty Merc are an Australian rock band. The band's chemistry and musical potency quickly attracted the attention of Warner Music Australia and a deal was signed and their self-titled debut album was released August 2004. “Someday Someday”, a soulful ballad about a guy separated from his girl by the demands of touring, broke the ARIA Top 20.
Missy Higgins (born Melissa Morrison Higgins on August 19, 1983, in Melbourne, Australia) is one of Australia's most popular female singer-songwriters. Missy (Melissa) was thrust into the limelight in her homeland when she won a demo competition conducted by the national alternative broadcaster, Triple J. Although she was still at high school, her song All For Believing quickly became one of the station's most requested tracks of 2001.
Take four walls, speakers and an avid selection of tunes fit for a musical master and you have a remarkably appropriate environment for an inspired yet influential artist- TwiztedBlue. From these walls of the clubs to the studio there is a solid guarantee of the trance and progressive masterpieces that will be executed so genuinely from this distinct and unfledged young talent. Hailing from Melbourne and securing an impressive reputation within the fast moving dance music industry down south, Mike Foden of TwiztedBlue can be credited for the vibe he delivers with intense authenticity.
In Hearts Wake emerged from Byron Bay, New South Wales in early 2006 as a 5-piece metal fellowship (all born in 1990). Over their teenage years IHW have played with the likes of Parkway Drive, Miss May I (USA), Emmure (USA), Blessed By A Broken Heart (CAN), For Today (USA), Oh Sleeper (USA), The Wonder Years (USA), The Amity Affliction, Confession and Deez Nuts to name a few.
In 2010 In Hearts Wake entered the studio with Dan Brown (Confession, 50 Lions), to record their latest CD release, a 6-track â€˜Splitâ€™ effort with Sydneyâ€™s progressive metal outfit â€˜The Bride.â€™ With 3 releases under their belt, and a debut full length in the midst, IHW opted to release a cover of Chris Brownâ€™s club hit â€˜Yeah 3Xâ€™. IHWâ€™s aptly named â€˜YEAH 4Xâ€™ features clean vocals from their newly acquired bass player â€˜Kyle Erichâ€™ and guest vocals from fellow BBHC front man â€˜Oscar Mcallâ€™ (50 Lions). To hear and see more visit: www.facebook.com/inheartswake Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
The Cannanes have been described as 'the world's most indie band.' Despite never having a manager, agent or signing a record deal they have toured the world, produced numerous recordings, and been recognised internationally as one of Australia's best known bands. Even Kurt Cobain listed the Cannanes as a band he liked in his journals. Since the Cannanes' first release 'Bored Angry and Jealous' was named Single of the Year by UK music magazine NME in late 1986, the band has attracted an ever expanding international following.
.. ... Someone said MZO sounded like: "Techno Jungle Sixties Hardcore Punk from Outa Space! " ... Someone else said : "Mental ragga rave n bass with zigzag bass lines and the kind of free spirited abandon guaranteed to ram a dance floor in 10 seconds flat! " Biography 2009 From the cultural swamps of Australia’s most gleaming citadel; Brisbane Australia,(?) crawl Monster Zoku Onsomb! An ensemble who have forged their own sound from the shattered pieces of kitsch retrodelica and contemporary bass culture.