YesYou is production duo Jono Kirkham and Gav Parry. You’ve probably heard their gorgeously buoyant debut track 'Half Of It' which made some ripples on the internet throughout 2011. Recently they've been holed up in the studio writing and producing tracks with and for acts such as Jinja Safari and DZ Deathrays that are notable for their classy production and classic indie pop sensibility. Performing live as a four-piece, the band have supported the likes of Oscar & Martin, Electric Guest, Neon Indian and Ball Park Music.
Scotland's greatest living Australian. Or the other way around, depending on how you look at it. Born in Peebles, Scotland, and emigrating to Australia in 1969, he currently resides near Adelaide, South Australia. Written in 1972, And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda is perhaps his best-known song, being a haunting evocation of the ANZAC experience fighting in the Battle of Gallipoli. It has also been interpreted as a reaction to the Vietnam War.
The Church is an alternative rock band which formed in Sydney, Australia in 1980. Initially linked in with neo-psychedelia acts of the period, their music later became largely defined by the interplay of guitarists Marty Willson-Piper and Peter Koppes coupled with the abstract lyrics of bassist/singer Steve Kilbey. Their debut album, Of Skins And Heart (1981), earned them their first radio hit "The Unguarded Moment". They were originally signed to EMI's Parlophone label, but record company dissatisfaction led to them being dropped overseas, which limited their exposure early on.
A Night in Texas are a technical cockcore band blowing from Cairns, Queensland. Are influenced by The Red Shore, Thy Art Is Murder, Make Them Suffer, Chelsea Grin, men and smoking weed. Members
Carlos Hicks - Vocals
Cory Judd - Guitar
Angus Gasson - Guitar
Rick Fieldhouse - Drums
Luke Adkins - Bass
Dappled Cities (formerly Dappled Cities Fly) are a five-piece indie rock band from Sydney, Australia. Their music has been described as art rock or experimental pop. Their guitar-based songs typically combine melodies with the complex time signatures and tempo changes associated with post rock. Occasional falsetto vocals and the use of effects pedals (delay in particular) are also characteristic of their sound.
ARE A 5 PIECE TECH DEATH METAL BAND FROM COFFS HARBOUR RANGING BETWEEN THE AGES OF 17 & 18,
There are two bands called: Last Words The first band under the name Last Words were a late Australian 70's punk band with drummer Jeff Wegener who was also in 1980's Post-Punk and Jazz Laughing Clowns with Ed Kuepper also in late 70's punk band Young Charlatans with Rowland S. Howard.
Other members Malcolm Baxter on vocals, Andy Groome on guitar, Rique Kendall on bass. and The original Last Words.
There are three bands with this name. Leprosy from Mexico which was active with the Ex lead singer of the band Transmetal "Pimentel." Leprosy from the Paul Green School of Rock in Downingtown, PA. and Als, and finally Leprosy; a punk band from Melbourne Australia playing in the style of UK82 such as Disorder and Finnish punk such as KAAOS. Leprosy from PA have a sound very similar to Cannibal Corpse's, albeit the vocals are not quite as strong. The general song content is similar.