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Hoodoo Gurus Dave Faulkner, photo by Ros OGorman

Hoodoo Gurus Expand Back To The Stoneage Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Hoodoo Gurus ‘Back To The Stoneage tour has a whole lot of sold out dates and a whole lot of new ones.

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Frenzal Rhomb A Mans Not A Camel

Want To Feel Old? Frenzal Rhomb Are Heading Out For ‘A Man’s Not A Camel’ 25th Anniversary Tour

by Paul Cashmere

In March 1999, Sydney punk band Frenzal Rhomb released their fourth album ‘A Man’s Not A Camel’.

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The Damned AD 2022

The Damned To Release Live Album

by Paul Cashmere

There is a new live album coming from The Damned featuring the original line-up of Dave Vanian (vocals), Brian James (guitar), Captain Sensible (bass), and Rat Scabies (drums).

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Fenix TX

Fenix TX Bass Player Adam Lewis Dies Aged 45

by Paul Cashmere

Adam Lewis, a founding member and bass player for Fenix TX, has died from pancreatic cancer at age 45.

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The Saints

Ed Kuepper And Ivor Hay Reform The Saints With Members of Mudhoney, Sunnyboys and Bad Seeds

by Paul Cashmere

The Saints founding members Ed Kuepper and Ivor Hay will reform the band for an Australian tour in November.

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Billie Joe Armstrong, Green Day, Soundwave, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

What Billie Joe Armstrong Thought Of The Taylor Swift Eras Show

by Music-News.com

Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has heaped praise on Taylor Swift after attending one of her ‘Eras Tour’ shows.

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Teaches of Peaches

Peaches Movie ‘Teaches of Peaches’ To Screen At MIFF

by Paul Cashmere

The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) will screen the Peaches movie ‘Teaches of Peaches’ for 2024.

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Morrissey, Festival Hall 2012, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Morrissey To Play Vegas

by Music-News.com

Morrissey has announced a two-night run in Las Vegas next month.

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Glen Matlock Blondie Sex Pistols

Sex Pistols and Frank Carter Team For Fundraiser

by Music-News.com

Frank Carter and the Sex Pistols’ Paul Cook, Glen Matlock and Steve Jones are uniting to save historic music venue, Bush Hall in West London, with two shows on Tuesday 13 August and Wednesday 14 August 2024.

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Ed Sheeran photo by Ros O'Gorman

Ed Sheeran Joins The Offspring At Bottlerock

by Paul Cashmere

Fans at the Bottlerock Festival in napa Valley on the weekend got an Ed Sheeran bonus when Ed joined The Offspring for their 2000 hit ‘Million Miles Away.

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Rancid EP

Rancid’s First EP Streams For First Time

by Paul Cashmere

Rancid’s 1992 debut EP ‘Rancid’ is now on streaming services for the very first time.

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You Me At Six (supplied)

You Me At Six Announce A Final Australian Tour for 2025

by Paul Cashmere

You Me At Six have announced a January 2025 Australian tour after having toured the country last in July 2023.

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Hoodoo Gurus To Perform Debut Album Stoneage Romeos In Full

by Paul Cashmere

Hoodoo Gurus will mark the 40th anniversary of the release of their debut album ‘Stoneage Romeos’ by performing the album in full on the Back To The Stoneage tour of 2024.

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Victor Stranges and The Futurists

Victor Stranges and The Futurists To Perform The Songs of Elvis Costello

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne musician Victor Stranges is putting The Futurists back on stage for ‘The Songs of Elvis Costello’ in Belgrave on 26 May.

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Paulie Stewart

Paulie Stewart Book ‘All The Rage’ Endorsed By President of East Timor

by Paul Cashmere

José Ramos-Horta, the President of East Timor, has given the Paulie Stewart book ‘All The Rage’ an endorsement.

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Jesus and Mary Chain, the Reid brothers

Jesus and Mary Chain To Tour Australia For Seventh Time

by Paul Cashmere

The Jesus and Mary Chain will be in Australia and New Zealand for the seventh time in July and August 2024.

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Billy Idol photo by Ros OGorman

Billy Idol Celebrates 40 Years of Eyes Without A Face

by Music-News.com

Billy Idol takes viewers behind-the-scenes of the official music video for his first top 10 hit, “Eyes Without A Face,” in the latest instalment of Vevo Footnotes.

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Tre Cool, Green Day, Soundwave, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Green Day Perform Complete ‘Dookie’ and ‘American Idiot’ At Show

by Music-News.com

Green Day played ‘Dookie’ and ‘American Idiot’ in full at an intimate club show.

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Blondie at Pandemonium Melbourne 20 April 2024 by Winston Robinson

Blondie’s First Show of 2024 Was In Melbourne, Australia

by Paul Cashmere

Blondie put on a good show at Pandemonium Rocks in Australia for their first show of 2024 but not a great show. The band was outstanding but Debbie Harry’s voice was just not there.

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Libertines All Quiet

The Libertines Land Their First No 1 in 20 Years in the UK

by Music-News.com

The Libertines today land their first Official Number 1 album in two decades with All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade.

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Hoodoo Gurus Longtime Manager Michael McMartin Has Passed Away

by Paul Cashmere

Michael McMartin, Hoodoo Gurus manager for 41 years, has died.

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Hoodoo Gurus Stoneage Romeos 40th anniversary edition

Hoodoo Gurus ‘Stoneage Romeos’ Turns 40

by Paul Cashmere

Hoodoo Gurus debut album ‘Stoneage Romeos’ turned 40 this month. The album was released in Australia in March 1984 and in the USA in September 1984.

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The Damned at Northcote Theatre, Melbourne 22 March 2024 photo by Mary Boukouvalis

The Damned + The Hard Ons, Northcote Theatre, Friday 22nd March 2024

by Anna-Maria Megalogenis

The Damned released the first ever UK punk single, “New Rose” off album Damned, Damned, Damned, in 1976, and were often overshadowed by their English punk counterparts. Now in their late sixties and still touring world-wide, featuring the original line up of Dave Vanian, Captain Sensible, Rat Scabies and Paul Gray, they are the ones having the last laugh and have left their old rivals for dead, in certain respects, quite literally!

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Benji Madden and Cameron Diaz Welcome Second Child

by Paul Cashmere

Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden announced the birth of their second child on Friday.

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Sum 41

Sum 41’s Deryck Whibley To Publish His Memoir

by Music-News.com

Sum 41’s Deryck Whibley is set to share the “highest highs and lowest lows of the band” as well as his own in his upcoming memoir, ‘Walking Disaster: My Life Through Heaven And Hell’.

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Jay Weinberg at Noise11

Infectious Grooves To Release First New Music Since 2000

by Paul Cashmere

Infectious Grooves will have a new album soon, their first since ‘Mas Borracho’ in 2000.

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The Libertines, music news, noise11.com

‘Oh Shit’ The Libertines Are Back

by Paul Cashmere

The Libertines release a fabulous new single (quite possibly the most Libertines single ever!) on Wednesday 6th March. Entitled Oh Shit it is an earworm anthem for these economically challenging times and is taken from their eagerly awaited new album All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade which hits the streets on April 5th.

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Buzzcocks To Tour Australia in October

by Paul Cashmere

Buzzcocks will return to Australia for dates in October and November.

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Hoodoo Gurus Dave Faulkner, photo by Ros OGorman

Hoodoo Gurus Manager Michael McMartin Leaves Band After 41 Years in the Job

by Paul Cashmere

Hoodoo Gurus manager Michael McMartin has stepped down from his role after 41 years, citing health issues as the reason for his sudden retirement.

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Rich Kids

Glen Matlock’s Post Pistols Band Rich Kids Was The Group That Never Took Off

by Paul Cashmere

After Sex Pistols broke up, Glen Matlock formed a new group Rich Kids with Midge Ure pre-Ultravox on vocals but the band never kicked in, was short lived and broke up after one album.

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