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Ezra Lee & The Hip Shakers

Ezra LeeEzra Lee & The Hip Shakers are four piece band featuring Ezra Lee on piano and vocals, Red Rivers on guitar, Dave ‘Hitman’ Harding is on bass, Lochie Dengate is on drums.

Red has released seven albums and toured Europe three times, sold two of his songs to USA blue legend Charlie Musselwhite and supported Texas country artist Dale Watson around Australia. Dave lives in Sydney and is a member of Chuck’s Wagon and has supported Lynwood Slim, Carrie Belle, Kid Bangam and Junior Wells. Lochie has been in Rob Lucky & The Lucky Bastards and Satellite V and has played nearly every major festival in Australia.

Ezra Lee recorded his album You Can’t Stop A Freight Train in Melbourne’s famed rocking studio, Preston, and has also been part of four other albums released from the label. He is known across the land as a uniquely styled piano player and working class rock ‘n’ roll singer, respected by the dancers and drinkers that follow to every pub, club and festival that he and his band play at.

The music played by Ezra Lee & The Hip Shakers is blues & roots, rock ‘n’ roll and boogie with raw energy and excitement. Previous to The Hip Shakers, Ezra made a name as the pumpin’ piano man in the legendary pub blues band Johnny Green’s Blues Cowboys, playing festivals such as The East Coast Blues & Roots Festival and The Tamworth Country Music Festival.

On the 25th of May Ezra Lee and four of his label mates are heading over to Barcelona, Spain for a set each at the 15th Annual Screamin’ Festival, supporting the first rock ‘n’ roll band Bill Haley’s Comets and Sleepy La Beef.

But before he heads off o/s Ezra has united with Pat Capocci for a special farewell party this Sunday at The Wickham Park Hotel. Capocci is also off to Barcelona with a handful of other dates across Europe. Say goodbye to the boys before they go:


Posted on May 5th, 2010 in Artists, Events

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Australian Beefweek Show

The Australian Beefweek ShowAccording to the Australian pocket oxford dictionary: “ego ; an act or time of solely indulging in one’s interests/self expression …” The Australian Beefweek Show with its highly hedonistic values have been expressing such interests for nearly a decade now……Obviously this choice of existence will have its victims.

With only one original soldier that entered this particular war zone still standing, the decision was to keep recruiting new bunches of self-destructive semi-musical warlords to take up the charge. We could sit here for days just trying to think of all the past members, let alone take you into any detail of the life that they experienced as a member of the revolving door that is “the Australian Beefweek Show”. Rather than bore you shirtless with some trad band bio we are simply going to run you through a brief Q and A with the five current members.

What is the first thought that come’s to mind when you hear the word “Beefweek”?

PETE (drums) : ahh? ok! hah hah!….. yeah man!
MULLARD (guitar/vox) : ahhh? F*ck! ummm?…. steak in a schooner glass!
FRAMMO (bass/vox) : keeping the c**t in country rock!
ERROL (guitar/vox) : ahh yeah!…….. that pack of deadsh*ts!
WASHY (vox/rum) : looks like we’re drinking tonight!

Best beefweek gig of all time?

MULLARD : that would be my first one, five years ago….we played three sets and I only knew one of them!…and the very hazy memory of bufo dipping stale bread into molten mull butter…not to mention the pantless hilarity that soon followed.
PETE : it was somewhere between Peat’s Ridge and Wollombi, playing in the mud at some doof-doof with a bunch of filthy hippies!
FRAMMO : the gumball 2005..i think it was Errol’s first gig?..washy was firing on all cylinders that night…best performance to date!
ERROL : it would have to be the bikie pub at Scone…when the licensee informs the band that it’s free beers all night and is also willing to facilitate in the flow of free rum and shots as well!…you know you’re gonna be there for a while!
WASHY : the first time we ever got naked on stage at our album launch, during a cover of “chase the dragon”..this came after actually learning a good part of the set for that night in the van that afternoon, on the way home from Armidale.

Worst beefweek gig ever?

WASHY : the time we drove to Lismore for one gig..it took twelve hours to get there due to Bufo’s combi sh*tting itself.. and then about twenty minutes into the set I passed out due to a hideous dose of the flu.
ERROL : my first gig at the 2005 gumball..I spent most of the set playing agony aunt to the stage manager…he was continually tapping me on the shoulder, venting his fury about the amount of rum and beer that was being spilt all over his sound system by our “not so in control” frontman.
MULLARD : it would have to be the gumball 2005, hey wasn’t that Errol’s first gig?….man!!!….really rad!!!…Chris was like?…well ya know??
FRAMMO : playing an autonomy day at Newy uni at 6am half cut sculling rum…Washy targeted the only person other than the sound guy who was paying us any attention and proceeded to hurl comments like “you’re so ugly mate! I reckon you’d have trouble getting a shag in a brothel” back and forth for most of the set..the innocent victim of his drunken abuse turned out to be a harmless lesbian.
PETE : man i’m in the middle of a tafe class at the moment…can i call you back?

All that rambling may have confused you. It will all make sense on the night:

To find out more about The Australian Beefweek Show visit their MySpace profile at myspace.com/australianbeefweekshow.


Posted on May 1st, 2010 in Artists, Events

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Street Warriors – Solid Rock

Newcastle boys, the Street Warriors (brothers Abie and Warwick Wright – aka Predator and Wok) are familiar faces on the Australian hip hop scene and well respected pioneers of Indigenous hip hop.

The brothers are currently promoting their debut album, ‘Unstoppable Force’ which was recently launched by Peter Garrett, Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts as part of his Breakthrough Artist initiative at the Carriageworks, Redfern.

Street WarriorsRising from the ashes of groundbreaking Deadlys winning hiphop group Local Knowledge, Street Warriors released their first EP, ‘Real Knows Real’ in 2007. Two of the songs on the EP are featured on the inaugural Gadigal and ABC Music CD, the ‘Making Waves Hip Hop’ album released 14 April, 2009. Their rage anthem Look at Me recently saw them garner Best Band, Best Single and Best Video Awards at the inaugural BUMP Indigenous Hip Hop and Rap awards in Sydney.

The boys have rocked local and international crowds in excess of 10,000 and appearances have included major festivals such as Yabun, Homebake, Stylin’ Up, The Great Escape, and Groovin’ the Moo, The Dreaming and Woodford Folk Festival and a string of NAIDOC dates and support to major artists such as 50 Cent and G Unit.

Street Warriors have built a loyal following around the country on the back of their energy filled live shows, poignant lyrics and their unique musical messaged culminating in nominations for Best Band at the Deadly Awards in 2008 and Single of the Year for Solid Rock in 2009. The song was nominated before its release, such was the buzz from their live launch of the song at the Dreaming in June 2009.

Their debut album ‘Unstoppable Force’ features beats by Melbourne beat maker Unknown & Lewis (Twice as Nice) and original lyrics on all the tracks by Street Warriors, including a special Street Warriors reworking of the classic Goanna hit, ‘Solid Rock’ where the boys combine classic Aussie rock with their Deadly hip hop.

The song features Shane Howard from Goanna playing his famous guitar riff, the original backing singers and a special guest appearance by Shannon Noll on chorus vocals. Shannon also appears in the video, along with famed Torres Strait Island dancer, Albert David. Shot on mother country in Gunnedah, the clip pays homage to the Street Warriors’ ancestor, Red Chief Kangaroo (Cumbo Gunnerah).

Shane Howard, who assisted in the recording of the track, says, “This version is its own animal and I am absolutely honoured and thrilled to be working with the boys on this exciting new version of ‘Solid Rock’.”

The song is currently building a buzz off the back of some special performances with Shane Howard including the Opening Ceremony for the Dreaming Festival at Woodford and rocking a capacity crowd at the Opera House in October to close this year’s Deadly Awards. The video clip won Silver at the Australian Cinematographer’s Awards in the Music Clip category and is currently a Finalist in the International Songwriting Competition’s Music Video category, based out of the U.S.

Adding sonic energy in the mixing is Benjamin Grotto (Aerosmith, Dresden Dolls) and mastering by Tom Coyne at Sterling-Sound, NYC. The album is available in all good retail stores through GoSet/MGM and oline at www.gosetmusic.com.

Catch Street Warriors live at the Cambridge Hotel on Friday April 30.

  • What: Street Warriors Breakthrough Tour
  • Where: Cambridge Hotel
  • When: Friday 30th April, 2010

For more information visit the Street Warriors website at streetwarriors.com.au.


Posted on March 25th, 2010 in Artists, Events

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Deviation – ’60s Rock ‘n’ Roll Band

DeviationDeviation have been together for the past 7 years, playing predominately Rock & Roll music from the early 60′s, also selecting appropriate popular hits from the charts since then.

The band members have played in other well known local bands spanning over many years, with the versatility to cater to all ages.

Current members of the band are:

  • Brad Smith, lead vocals and harmonica;
  • Rick Clark, Lead Guitar & vocals;
  • Ron Gould, Bass guitar & vocals;
  • Ian Rees, rhythm guitar and vocals;
  • Mick Williams, drums.

Acknowledgement to former members Jeff Stuckings & Gary Brown.

The band is performing at many Newcastle, Lower Hunter, North Coast and Sydney Clubs, including hotels and private functions.

“We selected our music specifically to accommodate the needs of the baby boomers and the many rock & roll dance groups throughout the region” Bass player Ron Gould explained. “We have been amazed at the large number of young people today that know and love this style of music.”

Bands covered are many. Some of which are Creedance Clearwater, George Thorogood, The Doors, Beatles, Status Quo, Roy Orbison, Elvis Presley and Carlos Santana.

Deviation have a number of upcoming gigs throughout March and April 2010:

For booking and more information contact Ron Gould on 0404475458 or email on Deviation@live.com.au.


Posted on March 22nd, 2010 in Artists

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Erin Trio – St Patrick’s Day 2010

Erin TrioPerforming the same repertoire of traditional jigs, reels and songs as the popular 5-piece, Erin Trio aims to paint a more subtle picture. With the acoustic approach of guitar, fiddle and voice, the trio strips it all back to reveal the raw simplicity of Irish storytelling. Add the stirring rumble of bodhran and you’ll be taken away along the rocky road to Dublin, or to the rolling mountains of Mourne …


… Thrill to the fiddle,
swoon to the song,
& enjoy the ‘Craic’
with ERIN …

Erin have performed at over 80 venues in the Hunter region in their ten year history, a tribute to their broad appeal.

With member backgrounds as diverse as jazz, folk, heavy metal and classical, Erin transports the Celtic tradition (eg The Clancy Brothers, The Dubliners, Steeleye Span) into the new millennium, together with a hint of the Irish contemporaries (U2, The Pogues, Sinead O’Connor & The Corrs).

In early 2003 Erin released a self titled album. This was followed up in 2008 with their second release, “Let’s Toss This Salad“, an acoustic album of traditional and jazz pieces performed by the Erin Trio. Let’s Toss This Salad was recorded under the watchful eye of Newcastle based producer Gareth Hudson in late 2007.

Throughout March 2008 Erin travelled around rural NSW and Victoria as part of a successful two week tour to launch the Salad album. On this tour they performed 13 shows in 14 days including numerous appearance at the Port Fairy and Yackandandah Folk Festivals.

The video below shows the band performing the ballad Gypsy Davy at the 2008 Yackandandah Folk Festival. The band undertook this tour as a 5-piece, enlisting the help of Chris Davidson on druns and Todd Johnson on bass.

The 2010 St Patrick’s day performance will mark exactly ten years since their first ever live show, held at the Lass O’Gowrie Hotel on March 17, 2000.

So get yourself along to MJ Finnegans this St Patricks day for a dose of great Irish music.

  • Who: Erin Trio
  • What: St Patricks Day Performance
  • Where: MJ Finnegans
  • When: March 17, 2010 – 1PM

The Trio will also be appearing at the Nelson Bay Bowling Club on the evening of Saturday March 13.

For more information about Erin visit their website at www.erin.net.au.


Posted on March 10th, 2010 in Artists, Events

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Kieran Glasgow Returns to the Hunter Valley


From the Hunter Valley to the Pilbara and Back Again

Kieran GlasgowRaised in the working class town of Cessnock, NSW with a Celtic heritage, Kieran Glasgow comes with an honest and down to earth approach to his music. Kieran’s live performance showcases his talent as a songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist.

Drawing on his Celtic roots and contemporary musical training Kieran Glasgow’s sound is well crafted, warm and polished in the vein of Paul Kelly and Troy Cassar-Daly but with an edge reminiscent of Ryan Adams.

Glasgow’s new album “Harvesting Time” was released in January 2009. His songwriting and performance is always engaging and this album is no exception.

Kieran is a qualified plant mechanic by trade, but at age 19 with his apprenticeship complete, Kieran did a complete turn around and headed south to study music.

Since then Kieran has also worked as a support worker for people with a mental illness and true to his Celtic roots has even peeled potatoes for a living in Ireland. This of course has given him some great stories and quite diverse repertoire.

Kieran’s previous EP “Broad” was released in 2007 with the single and video clip “Wasn’t Just The Drugs” receiving radio airplay and programming on the ABC’s Rage. It was also added to SBA Music’s “Indignation” compilation and Nightlife’s video distribution.

He was also a featured vocalist on the Australian feature film “Em 4 Jay” directed by Alkinos Tsilimidos and was producer/project leader of a compilation CD entitled “Blossom” which consisted of poetry, songs and storytelling from disadvantaged people around Sydney’s inner west.

Kieran has been touring his solo show solidly around Australia, most recently completing a tour of over 120 gigs and covering 6 states. Highlights included the 2009 Queenscliff Music Festival, 2009 Adelaide Fringe Festival, 2009 Darwin Fringe Festival, 2009 Tamworth Country Music Festival, and 2009 Yackandandah Folk Festival. Kieran has also become a favorite on ABC Local Radio right across the country. As winner of the Vanguard Newtown Band Competition, Kieran performed at the 2007 Peats Ridge Festival and the 2006 Surry Hills Festival.

Kieran Glasgow - Harvesting TimeAfter a whirlwind 12 months trekking around some of Australia’s most remote town’s and highway’s solo musician Kieran Glasgow returns with a bunch of shows in the hunter valley, some crazy stories and a new album.

“I’ve always wanted to see more of this country but I had been really dedicated to pursuing my music. It hadn’t occurred to me that I could tour some of Australia’s more isolated places and still progress with my music career. I was based in Sydney for a while but growing up in the Hunter gave me an appreciation for the land and the working class. I think that’s why I relate to people living in regional towns.”

Many of Sydney’s best soul, blues and country musician’s played on “Harvesting Time” as well as being recorded, mixed and mastered by former Sony engineer Michael Lynch who has worked on recordings by Ryan Adams, John Butler and Pete Murray.

Kieran plays lapsteel and acoustic guitars as well as harmonica and foot percussion in his solo show. His sound is well crafted, warm and delivered in the vein of Paul Kelly and Troy Cassar-Daly but with a folk/blues edge resembling Jeff Lang. The gigs will feature songs from the new album as well as some original interpretations of artists from Johnny Cash to Jimmy Hendrix.

Kieran will be performing a number of shows in the Newcastle region in early 2010:

Kieran’s album Harvesting Time can be purchased at all live gigs and through www.kieranglasgow.com and iTunes.


Posted on February 26th, 2010 in Artists, Events

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Benjalu at the Prince of Wales Hotel

Emerging Newcastle roots rock band, Benjalu are excited to announce their first headlining appearance on home turf for 2010.

BenjaluThe Price of Wales Hotel in Merewether, one of the band’s favourite venues to perform, will play host to these local larrikins for their homecoming show on Friday the 19th March this year. They will share the stage with the amazingly talented Kim Churchill, fresh from appearances at the Port Fairy Folk Festival, with support from locals and new kids on the block Little BlaK Dress.

Benjalu have received great recognition in their short musical career, in fact the attention they’ve garnered thus far has been way above their expectations. Having released their second, highly-anticipated EP ‘Waterwalls’ last year, the boys have been on the road constantly, playing anywhere from Far North Queensland, to Far South Victoria, and everywhere in between.

Despite having only been together as a band since March 2006, these local lads from Dudley have impressed music aficionados across Australia with their distinct fusion of folk, blues, jazz and contemporary rock. They’ve bagged a few awards along the way with their original music and atmospheric live shows. Most recently, Benjalu cleaned up at the ABC 1233 Newcastle Music Awards, taking out Best Young Talent and the Blues & Roots category also.

Benjalu have spent the last two years touring solidly, performing countless shows as they clicked over the kilometres up and down the east coast highways. They are hoping to find some time in their already heavlily booked 2010 to lay down their debut full-length album release.

‘Waterwalls’ features eight tracks with drums and bass recorded live, giving the CD a more flowing feel. The tracks vary from funky rock to folk and roots, showcasing both new tracks and songs that have been popular at the band’s live shows. The title track ‘Waterwalls’ presents catchy guitar licks, a thumping rhythm section and expressive vocal delivery, perfectly relating to the lyrics, which relay the build up of strong emotions and their effect on life. Another of the stand outs, ‘So High’, features funky guitar, a catchy chorus and a rockin’ jam out of clarinet and guitars. Other highlights include the CDs’ opener ‘The Lie’ (recently receiving JJJ airplay), ‘Grey Old Man’ and Benjalu’s oldest song, ‘Java’. ‘Waterwalls’ was produced by Ian Pritchett (Angus and Julia Stone, The Beautiful Girls) and was released on May 29 last year to a huge home crowd at The Brewery, Newcastle.

Benjalu have shared stages with music luminaries such as The Beautiful Girls, The Sleepy Jackson, and Josh Pyke. Kate Miller-Heidke, Jon Stevens, James Reyne, Dann Hume (Evermore), Rogerthat, and Paul Greene.

They’re looking very forward to sharing their music with their hometown fans, friends and family at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Merewether on Friday the 19th March from 8pm. Tickets only $10, available from the band or from the venue on the night.

For more information about Benjalu visit their myspace page at myspace.com/benjalu.


Posted on February 24th, 2010 in Artists, Events

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Amy Vee – Sleeping Dogs Lie

They say that the only constant in life is change. The shifting career of Amy Vee is no exception. Beguiling solo performer. Electric popster. Virtuosic rocker. In 2010, Vee will come full circle, her talent stripped bare on a captivating acoustic release called Sleeping Dogs Lie.

Amy VeeAmy Vee began her musical life as a solo writer and performer, eventually forming the musical collective The Virtues. Through natural evolution Amy Vee and The Virtues became a rock band, with their singer putting down her acoustic guitar in favour of an electric.

Ears took notice and Amy Vee and The Virtues became hot property on the live circuit, touring hard and garnering awards, from the 2005 MusicOz Artist Of The Year to a nomination for an LA Music Award. Her vocal work with Groove Terminator would see her tour Australia in support of Moby.

But in late 2008, Vee felt an instinctive pull toward her original sound – the soft introspection of timeless folk music. Deciding to “shake things up a bit”, the songwriter decided to distance herself from The Virtues’ sizzling, electrified approach and wrote a collection of solo acoustic songs. Recording a series of demos and taking a tour of Canada, Vee was ready to share her changed direction and recorded five tracks in the studio of Newcastle-based producer Gareth Hudson.

The resulting work, Sleeping Dogs Lie, is a gentle, drifting collection that unravels further with every listen. The instrumentation is minimal, yet no less absorbing. Vee’s lyrics carry themes of the necessity for change, even if that means personal sacrifice. It’s about seeing the positive influences in the world around you and embracing them.

“I’ve seen a lot of changes in myself – personally and musically, internally and externally. Some only minute, others quite profound. This new recording represents me acknowledging and accepting these changes,” explains Vee.

There is an inherent honesty in Sleeping Dogs Lie that can be heard in Vee’s personal revelations. One example is the final track ‘Fall To Zero’. “I think ['Fall To Zero'] is really about that fundamental need that we all seem to have to find a kindred spirit. Not necessarily a partner or a soulmate in the romantic sense… just that desire to be understood and respected and to have one’s thoughts and beliefs reflected back. I wrote this song during a time when I was feeling a bit lost and I think you can hear that longing in there,” explains Vee.

This restlessness finds its way into the song ‘Borrowing From Thieves’. “This song is about being comfortable with knowing that sometimes the things you want aren’t meant to be yours,” explains Vee. “It’s told through the story of two people who share an incredible bond but the paths of their lives mean they can never truly connect. By the end of the song, they’ve acknowledged the relationship for what it is – and never will be – and moved on.”

In 2009, Vee’s new material was recognised with a sweep at the 1233 ABC Music Awards. The singer received the ABC Music Publishing/APRA Songwriters and Composers Recognition Award, Best Folk Song for Borrowing From Thieves and the Best Contemporary Song for We Are The Hours.

2010 will be an affirming year for Vee, as she takes the songs of Sleeping Dogs Lie to live audiences around Australia and the UK, with only her voice, lilting acoustic guitar and occasional use of live loops, percussion and melodica as her weapons of choice. While an artist’s future is never predictable, one thing is for certain. Vee is welcoming change.

Amy is excited to announce a slew of local appearances booked for March, including supports for Jon Stevens at Newcastle Lizotte’s (4th & 5th), Lambton Park Food & Wine Festival (6th March), Wine & Waves Festival Merewether (13th March) and Live ‘n’ Local at Newcastle Lizotte’s (24th March), all before she heads north for a mini-North Coast/Queensland tour in late March.

For more information about Amy Vee and a list of her upcoming gigs visit her website at amyvee.com.


Posted on February 24th, 2010 in Artists

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Debut Album From The Dread Sky

Take your seats & hold on tight for the take off of The Dread Sky’s debut CD release!

The Dead SkyPrepare to be blown away by The Dread Sky’s debut self-titled album release, to be officially launched at the end of February this year. With a national album launch tour in the final stages of planning for this Summer/Autumn, The Dread Sky are more than excited to be touring off the back of their brand-new, solid-as-hell release.

Blending the joyous arrogance of 70′s punk and the drama of early British metal, with an underlying notion of evolved social conscience, The Dread Sky’s debut album is indeed true to this unique sound, setting this outfit aside from the others. With cheeky, Beatles-esque lyrical content, strong instrumental compositions and a wellproduced sound, this is a must-have album for your collection.

This extremely rare and hardworking band comprises three musically-obsessed gentlemen hailing from Newcastle, NSW, with two-thirds of the band actually spending a lot of time in the air.

“Myself and Neale (Brain, guitar & backing vox) are ex-military pilots, so we tend to spend a lot of time in the air and overseas. Much of the material on this release is based on that lifestyle”, explains Jerry (lead singer & bassist), “We’ve recently been debuting the CD in LA when we’re on layovers there, so that’s given us a good lead-up to our Australian tour!”

Co-produced by Gerling’s Burke Reid, mixed by Presets producer Scott Horscroft, mastered at 301 Studios by Steve Smart, with artwork by the ARIA award-winning team at Debaser, this album is set to turn heads and prick up ears across the country.

With all their hard work behind them, this explosive trio are itching to get on the road and launch this rockin’ 11 track album. Highlights from the album are aplenty, with lead track “The Pilot” proving to be an ironically catchy tune, “Mary Of Sirius” a Bowie-esque definite single, eerie ballad-type track “Snomen” a killer and “Maria’s” groovin’ melody and interesting theatrics.

The Dread Sky album is now available through iTunes, cdbaby.com and selected independent record stores.

Be sure not to miss The Dread Sky as they jet across the nation this Summer/Autumn!

The Dread Sky will be performing at several locations around newcastle as part of their album launch tour:

For more information about The Dread Sky visit their website at thedreadsky.com.


Posted on February 23rd, 2010 in Artists, Events

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Kindred – Ignite The Machine

Kindred - Ignite The MachineNewcastle based metal band Kindred have recently finished recording their latest CD “Ignite The Machine“.

The CD was mixed and mastered by Fredrik Nordstrum and Shane Edwards. Nordstrum and Edwards have produced and mixed some of the best Metal and Hardcore in the world including bands such as In Flames, Soilwork, Opeth, Arch Enemy and many more.

In June 2008 Kindred signed with Waterfront Records, MGM Green and JMC and shortly afterwards released their debut EP “Exordium”.

Last month Kindred recorded the video clip for the single “No More Praise” at Fox Studios, Sydney. The clip was filmed by the well know director Jay Johnson (Linkin Park, Warners and Universal).

Kindred have also been invited to tour South Australia and Victoria with Melbourne band Tread who have just released their cd “Rise from Silence”, Kindred will also be supporting Sydney metal band Daysend on their National tour.

Kindred will be supporting Daysend in Newcastle at the Cambridge Hotel on Friday, March 19.

Ignite The Machine” will be made available for purchase at all major music outlets including JB HIFI, Sanity and many independent outlets through MGM Australia and Waterfront records international. The CD and tracks will also be able to be purchased for download through iTunes internationally.

“Diverse, Solid and Melodic …” – Reverb Magazine

Two preview tracks are now available at myspace.com/kindred1.


Posted on February 8th, 2010 in Artists, Events

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