The Vulpine is a local based Melbourne band that specialises in alternate rock. Ranging from ballady to all out rock, this 4 piece outfit can shift from the quietest chord to the loudest riff with harmonic excellence. Each member has had years of musical experience, having played gigs ranging from the Hi-Fi bar to the Locker room. Even though the band has only recently formed, each member brings their own experience and technical achievement to complete the band
Jericco are a rock band from Melbourne, Victoria that formed in 2007. Influences include the likes of Karnivool. They are one of the newest hard-hitting bands to hit the Melbourne music scene, fusing middle-eastern grooves with progressive, electronic, hard rock. The original lineup of the band consisted of:
Roy Amar - Bass & Oud
Luke Halstead - Drums
Brent Mccormick - Vocals
Jordan Nagle - Guitar
Fetah Sabawi - Keys & Programming
KYU is the name of three artists represented on Last.fm 1) kyü is an experimental pop outfit from Sydney, featuring duo Freya Berkhout and Alyx Dennison. Sounds like a tea party with Beethoven, Bowie, Bj
Band members * Keish De Silva - vocals, drums (1982-2001)
* Peter "Blackie" Black - guitar, vocals
* Ray Ahn - bass guitar
* Pete Kostic - drums (2002 - present) The Hard-Ons are a band from Sydney, Australia formed in the early 1980s by three students from the Punchbowl Boys High School. The multicultural trio of drummer/vocalist Keish De Silva (of Sri Lankan descent), guitar/vocals Blackie (Yugoslavian heritage) and bassist Ray Ahn (Korean ancestry) were initially too young to play in licensed venues, but honed their skills playing at parties and school dances.
The music of Kooii is unique, resting readily in a morphing Australian way of life. Their songs click with many, and the music is held dearly. Kooii breathe, roll and transform. They are a five-piece collective with a
"A band who's name says it all. The Heavenly sound of melody, with the Axe attack of real power. They've got the gritty attitude we've come to expect from all Aussie bands, but definitely have their own edge." - Malcolm Dome (METAL HAMMER MAGAZINE/TOTAL ROCK RADIO UK) "One of the hottest talents in Australia today - I'm a huge fan." Andy Grace National Night Show Host at WS FM / GOLD 104.3 (Major Australian Commercial Broadcaster)
Manorexia is an experimental instrumental project of composer J.G. Thirlwell (primarily of Foetus). Manorexia was formed in 2001. As opposed to Thirlwell's other instrumental group, Steroid Maximus, Manorexia features no collaborators and eschews musical structure for a more free-form and spontaneous approach. The results are often described as cinematic and textural. To date all albums have been released on Thirlwell's own Ectopic Ents label. Until recently have been sold only at concerts or via the Official Foetus Website.
With sound histories in the musical realm, brothers Joshua (voice) and Ben (synths) manifest digital and analogue ideas; one part divine inspiration, one part machine translation. Together they create grand poetic electronica, with its own future echo. On stage drummer Robbie makes his own waves, and the trio is complete.
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.