Dom Romeo chats about his show “Stand Up Sit Down : Comics in Conversation”, the show kicks off tonight at Hairy Little Sista in Little Collins St, right around the corner from the Melbourne Town Hall.
On today’s show, Mike speaks with John ‘Cambo’ Campbell about his show John Campbell is a Serious Man, which kicks off tonight at the Order of Melbourne. For tickets and times, visit the Comedy Festival website.
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With their already celebrated debut album in their back pocket and a freshly-inked international label deal in their suitcase, Last Dinosaurs have announced that they will be embarking on a national journey in April ahead of the release of their debut album In A Million Years – available March 2.
Whether you’re a fan or not, it’s hard to disagree that Whitney Houston’s unfortunatley short-lived career had a profound effect on the international music landscape – not to mention karaoke venues the world over.
Anyway, through the wonders of video recording technology, here’s what happened only hours ago on Jimmy Kimmel LIve when Gotye delighted millions of folk across the US with Somebody I Use To Know and Eyes Wide Open.
triple j’s Tom & Alex have just announced Gotye’s Somebody That I Used To Know (Feat Kimbra) as the number one song in the Hottest 100 of 2011, as voted by triple j listeners.
Most of us arefamiliar with the The Bedroom Philosopher and his Songs From the 86 Tram record, where songs like Northcote (So Hungover) celebrate the complexities of the ‘hip’ among us. However, as this YouTube comment version suggests, it’s best not to think too much about it – the basic idea is that there is no all-encompassing idea. Justin Heazlewood is merely pointing to an abusrd and quirky aspect of our behaviour and telling us we need to have a laugh.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney has revealed that he believes that there is a decline in guitar bands at the moment, a fact which he credits to the acceptance of less-than-pallatable band such as Nickleback.
The Meredith Music Festival has been and gone, and now it’s time for festival friends to recount fond memories of the Supernatural Amphitheatre. Day one, aside from being the start of the festival, was also the beginning of scepticism from the majority of the festival goers towards commonplace meteorology. The cataclysmic thunderstorms that were a popular call for professional weather types eventuated [...]
Stone Cold Lover is the latest offering from The Hello Morning, and it just reinforces what those who have been raving about this hard-not-to-like Melbourne outfit. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Otis Redding, The Black Keys and Wilco, we think you’ll like them to.
As the festive season draws near, so do PJ Harvey’s theatre shows and for her unwaveringly loyal fan base the anticipation continues to grow to unimaginable heights.