...undoutably one of Australia's best (and loudest) live acts"... Rave Magazine (Live Review)
An ear-splitting, guitar drenched, grimy swamp, bleeding fingers, stomach wrenching, writhing, kicking, moaning, foot stomping all blues, all booze, short fuse three piece band from Brisbane, Australia. Vegas Kings have just released their second album - "DEAD MONEY". The album was produced by Chet Weise from American garage blues legends The Immortal Lee County Killers and engineered by Loki Lockwood of Spooky Records.
One of a small handful of women in Zydeco, this Louisiana native’s infectous accordion playing and bluesy voice make it impossible not to dance. She also is one of the few young Zydeco players who still writes and sings in Creole French.
(1) Happy Camper is a Dutch music project founded by Job Roggeveen from El Pino and the Volunteers. He began with the idea for the project three years ago. Their debut album is planned to come out in the first week of January 2011. For the different songs Job Roggeveen asked many different vocalists including: Tim Knol, Leine, David Pino & Appel (El Pino & The Volunteers), Janne Schra (Schradinova), Ricky Koole, Johannes Sigmond (Blaudzun), Marien Dorleijn (Moss), Helge Slikker (storybox), Bouke Zoete (The Kevin Costners) and Odilo Girod (Chop Wood / Coparck).
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...
Steve Hughes is an Australian musician and stand-up comedian. Originally becoming famous as the drummer for Australian thrash metal band Slaughter Lord, Hughes moved to the UK in 2002 to begin his work in stand-up. Following successful Edinburgh festival appearances, Hughes has firmly established himself as a raconteur, basing much of his act around his heavy metal past.