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Dalicados

Over 100 Years of Combined Melbourne Punk has led us to Dalicados

by Paul Cashmere

Dalicados began in 2017 when six friends from bands such as The Chosen Few, Hunters & Collectors, I Spit On Your Gravy, H.A.N.D, In Vivo, Fiona & Her Holy Men, Epic Brass, UNAustralians, Tijuana Souvenirs decided to form a new band.

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Stiff Little Fingers

Stiff Little Fingers 2020 Australian and New Zealand Dates for David Roy Williams

by Paul Cashmere

When Stiff Little Fingers arrive in Australia in February 2019 for David Roy Williams it will be exactly 41 years and two weeks since the release of their debut album ‘Inflammable Material’ in 1979.

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Morrissey, Festival Hall 2012, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Morrissey To Perform Wedding Bell Blues for Fallon

by Paul Cashmere

Morrissey will join the Jimmy Fallon show this week to perform his cover of The Fifth Dimension’s ‘Wedding Bell Blues’.

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Sylvain Sylvain photo by Ros O'Gorman

Sylvain Sylvain of New York Dolls starts GoFundMe as he battles cancer

by Paul Cashmere

Sylvain Sylvain has announced the reason for his low profile over the past 12 months is because he is battling cancer.

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New Found Glory

Good Lordy, New Found Glory have covered ‘Let It Go’ from Frozen

by Paul Cashmere

The only thing more bizarre than New Found Glory covering ‘Let It Go’ from Frozen is the video that goes with it.

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John Lydon’s Venice Beach Home Targeted by Thugs

by Music-News.com

Sex Pistols star Johnny Rotten has asked Los Angeles police officials to help him keep punk invaders from his Venice Beach home.

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Iggy Pop, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Iggy Pop Performs First Show of 2019 in Sydney

by Paul Cashmere

Iggy Pop played his first show for 2019 at the Sydney Opera House on Monday night and served a treat of classics.

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Morrissey, Festival Hall, Melbourne, Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Morrissey Cancels Canadian Shows because of “Medical Emergency”

by Paul Cashmere

Morrissey has cancelled his first Canadian dates in over 20 years because of a “medical emergency”.

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Pup Morbid Stuff

Canada’s Pup ‘Morbid Stuff Tops ARIA’s First Vinyl Album Chart

by Paul Cashmere

The first ARIA Vinyl Chart has been revealed with Canadian punk band Pup on top with their third album ‘Morbid Stuff’.

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Amyl & The Sniffers

SXSW highlight Amyl & The Sniffers Debut Album is coming in May

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne band Amyl & The Sniffers were the buzz band of SXSW 2019. In May they will release their debut album.

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Lisa O'Neill

Geoff Travis applies his Independent Past to his Folk Future

by Paul Cashmere

Rough Trade Records founder Geoff Travis has started a new label River Lea. The label is all about targeting people who prefer quality over quantity and would rather than listen to a physical disc than stream.

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Ed Kuepper photo by Ros O'Gorman

Ed Kuepper is taking The Aints! On the Road

by Paul Cashmere

Ed Kuepper will tour The Aints! In June with Peter Oxley, Paul Larsen Loughhead, Alister Spence and Eamon Dilworth making up the band.

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Green Day, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Green Day Book has the Politically Correct Police getting their Knickers in a Knot

by Paul Cashmere

Green Day and cartoonist Frank Caruso are copping shit for their upcoming book ‘Last of the American Girls’ about female empowerment.

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Hugh Cornwell

Hugh Cornwell promises to ‘Ram Stranglers Down Your Throats’

by Paul Cashmere

Hugh Cornwell says he will be “ram Stranglers down their throats” when he brings his Monster tour to Australia in May.

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Gang Of Four

Gang of Four Postpone Australian and New Zealand Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Gang of Four have postponed their Australian and New Zealand tour due to start in Perth on March 20.

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Travis Barker Glad Blink-182 Pulled Out of Fyre Festival

by Music-News.com

Blink-182 star Travis Barker was thrilled to hear his band had pulled out of the doomed Fyre Festival, because it would have taken him over a week to get there.

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Simple Creatures Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus and All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth

Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth are Simple Creatures

by Paul Cashmere

Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus and All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth are using the downtime from both bands to create new music as Simple Creatures.

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Jackknife Stiletto

Jackknife Stiletto turns Spice Girls Punk

by Paul Cashmere

New York all-girl punk band Jackknife Stiletto has turned Spice Girls 90s pop hit on its head.

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Jackknife Stiletto

Jackknife Stiletto, the nice surprise discovery at Red Hot Summer

by Paul Cashmere

Jackknife Stiletto is a band I discovered for the first time on the Red Hot Summer tour. Not because they are on the line-up, but because lead singer Annie Stoic is also part of Joan Jett’s crew.

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Joe Jackson photo by Ros O'Gorman

Check out the new Joe Jackson song ‘Friend Better’

by Paul Cashmere

Joe Jackson sounds a lot like Joe Jackson with his new song ‘Friend Better’.

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Rose Tattoo Angry Anderson and Mark Evans. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Rose Tattoo to tour with Hard-Ons

by Paul Cashmere

Rose Tattoo will tour with Hard-Ons across Australia from March to May.

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Wayne Kramer

Wayne Kramer responds to Rashida Tlaib’s use of the word ‘Mutherfucker’

by Paul Cashmere

MC5 founder and punk legend Wayne Kramer has added his opinion to the use of the word “mutherfucker”.

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Iggy Pop, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Iggy Pop to play Melbourne and Sydney shows

by Paul Cashmere

Punk Prince Iggy Pop will perform shows in Melbourne and Sydney in April including two shows at the iconic Sydney Opera House.

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Pete Shelley

Pete Shelley, formerly of Buzzcocks, dies aged 62

by Paul Cashmere

One-time Buzzcocks singer and songwriter Pete Shelley has died from a suspected heart attack at age 62.

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The Johnnys

The Johnnys to play first Melbourne show in a decade

by Paul Cashmere

The Johnnys will return to the Melbourne stage for the first time in almost a decade with a show at MEMO Music Hall in St Kilda in February.

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Green Day, Soundwave 2014, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Green Day land on Mars

by Paul Cashmere

Green Day have revealed their connection with the Mars mission that landed on the Red Planet today.

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Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp will play guitar at Shane MacGowan wedding

by Music-News.com

Johnny Depp will be providing the music at the wedding of Shane MacGowan and Victoria Mary Clarke.

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Wreckless Eric

Wreckless Eric to play his last Australian show in Northcote Tuesday

by Paul Cashmere

Wreckless Eric has added one final Australian show and Melbourne fans are the beneficiaries.

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Billy Idol photo by Ros OGorman

Billy Idol has just become an American citizen

by Paul Cashmere

Billy Idol is officially an American citizen.

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Hugh Cornwell

Hugh Cornwell of The Stranglers is bringing Monster to Australia and New Zealand

by Paul Cashmere

Hugh Cornwell, the former lead singer and songwriter for The Stranglers, will tour his Monster Tour in Australia and New Zealand next May.

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