It has been announced that Brisbane’s Violent Soho have signed with I OH YOU records, which will immediately see the band release two new singles in Tinderbox and Neighbour Neighbour, both of which will appear on special 7-inch vinyl later this year as well as iTunes on 27 Auguest. Here’s a note from the laptop of Johann Ponniah (nice [...]
From a psychological point of view, it’s not considered the best preparation for a tour of your ‘comeback album’ when your support act cancels at the last minute, as is what happened to Jebediah in the lead-up to their Kosciuszko Tour at The Corner Hotel earlier this month.
It has been announced that due to illness within the band, Violent Soho will not be undertaking their 3 Victorian support slots for Jebediah on their Kosciuszko Tour [check out review for Kosciuszko HERE].
Jebediah bring the noise with their upcoming Kosciuszko national tour. The volume just got turned up to 11 with Brisbane’s grunge revival Violent Soho joining them on stage.
Victoria’s longest-running all ages live music festival Push Over returns to Melbourne’s Abbotsford Convent on Sunday 13 March with a killer line-up of upcoming Aussie talent, the freshest young Victorian acts, some of the country’s most fast and furious hardcore and metal bands and a full arena of bouncing hip hop music and break dance!
Brisbane thrash rockers Violent Soho have spent most of 2010 living every suburban garage band’s dream. Based in Brooklyn, NYC for the bulk of the year, they have toured the globe, played Lollapalooza, Splendour in the Grass & Great Escape festivals, and undertaken back to back tours with The Bronx, Dinosaur Jr and Built To Spill.
Time to put on your glasses and lock away the horses, because here’s a look at 2011′s St Jerome’s Laneway Festival line-up.
The colossal Pyramid Rock Festival is returning to Phillip Island for its seventh year in succession!
Brisbane-reared, Brooklyn-based noise merchants Violent Soho are back in Australia this month, playing long awaited homecoming dates to celebrate the release of their self titled new album.