The lead singer of punk band The Loved Ones.
The Woohoo Revue in Print ‘Expect old-world charm, furious gypsy tunes and a chunky sound that will either make you dance or wish you’d brought a unicycle. Big fun.’ The Melbourne Age ‘Overall, the sound reflects the unique experience of a ‘gypsy’ band raised on Melbourne dance floors.’ Beat Magazine Melbourne ‘The Woohoo Revue have generated a lot of buzz around town with their tight set of freakish gypsy brass tunes.’ Inpress Magazine Melbourne
Born Teignmouth, England, 4th April 1939. Danny Thompson is an English double bass player perhaps best known for his work with the English folk rock group Pentangle and his longstanding partnership with John Martyn, Primarily a jazz player, his earliest recordings were made with bluesman Alexis Korner. As well as Pentangle and Martyn, Thompson worked with other eclectic folkies such as Davy Graham, Nick Drake abd The Incredible String Band as well as the South African jazz pianist Chris McGregor, while his numerous session credits included Cliff Richard's Congratulations'.
The Hollowmen were a independant rock band based in Melbourne, Australia. Although the band split up in 1991, they have on occaision reformed for a special event, most recently for the <a href="http://www.last.fm/event/1689576+Punters+Club+Reunion+Show/">Punters Club Reunion</a> The Hollowmen consisted of:
* Billy Baxter - vocals and harmonica
* Mal Stanley - vocals and electric guitar
* Gina Hearnden - vocals and acoustic guitar
* Archie Cuthberson - drums
* John Drayton - bass Previous members of The Hollowmen included
Hemina is a Progressive Rock/Metal band formed in 2008 by Douglas Skene. The band's goal was to write an interesting take on Progressive Metal combining the sonic extremities and musical virtuosity of the genre whilst preserving the artistic edge, forward-thinking philosophy and dynamic subtleties found in Progressive Rock. Although there were some difficulties in finding suitably minded personnel, the band as we know it was concreted by late 2009.
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.
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...
Melbourne-born multi-instrumentalist, producer, performer and songwriter Hugo Race is an eclectic and prolific artist who has lived and worked in the USA, UK, France, Germany and Italy since 1988. He was a founding member and powerful transient element of Nick Cave's Bad Seeds (1983), with whom he started working in the terminal stages of the legendary Birthday Party (he appears on five cds of the Seed's catalogue). In Melbourne he founded the Wreckery (1985) who went on to become on of Australia's seminal cult bands of the 80s, releasing with the White, Rampant, and Citadel labels.