As announced last week, we’re extremely honoured to be teaming up with seminal indie-rock darlings, Screamfeeder to re-issue the band’s entire album discography on vinyl!
The project will run over 2 years, with a chronological release schedule of the band’s 6 studio albums as well as 1999’s covers EP Home Age. The records will be re-mastered and released in limited edition runs of colour and black vinyl (one pressing only for each album). From today we’re offering pre-order bundles, containing multiple albums and a small selection of long out-of-print Screamfeeder t-shirt designs.
If Screamfeeder passed under your radar during the 90’s - and fuzzy, indie-rock (think Husker Du, Guided By Voices, Pavement etc) is your thing - now is a good time to discover one of Australia’s musical treasures.
Special pre-order packs are available now via PCR E-STORE
Screamfeeder’s 1992 debut ‘Flour’ and the seminal ‘Burn Out Your Name’ LP will be out May 2nd, with ‘Fill Yourself With Music’ and ‘Kitten Licks’ due later in 2014.
Pushing on from the unfortunate cancellation of the esteemed all ages event Push Over, The Smith Street Band are proud to present Push On Fest!
Still taking place on the Victorian Labour Day public holiday – Monday March 10th, The Smith Street Band will play Phoenix Youth Centre in Footscray with friends and fellow Push Over acts The Bennies, Luca Brasi and Max Goes To Hollywood.
In addition to the four Push Over bands, American sweetheart Max Stern (Signals Midwest/Meridian) & LaTrobe Valley’s finest punk rock trio Rockenspiele will complete the line-up.
The huge all ages event still carries the buzz of a festival, taking place just days before The Smith Street Band kick off an Australian headline tour, Luca Brasi gear towards the release of their highly anticipated album By A Thread and The Bennies draw to a close their momentous Knights Forever tour.
Tickets on sale HERE
Two of Melbourne’s most (un)likely counterparts, hardcore punk rock dingbats, Clowns and Mexi - garage noise freakout legends, Mesa Cosa, are combining party forces all in the name of chaos this April/May to take a whirlwind 10 date travelling freakshow of a tour around the country.
Each band are no strangers to the road, both having undertaken numerous Australian tours in 2013 and both have already, this year, dipped their toes into the rocky, volcanic sands of New Zealand for tours which included both bands performing at the last ever Camp A Low Hum festival in Wainuiomata.
Both bands are armed with recent releases and a thirst for rowdiness. Punters can expect numerous buddies of the bands joining bills to create total nonsense mixed bills of variety, stupidity, chaos and fun.
CLOWNS & MESA COSA
Crucial Dudes Tour 2014
Fri 18/4 - Old Bar, Melbourne
Sat 19/4 - The Royal Oak, Launceston
Sun 20/4 - Brisbane Hotel, Hobart
Fri 25/4 - The Barwon Club, Geelong (w/ Cosmic Psychos)
Sat 26/4 - The Grace Emily Hotel, Adelaide
Thu 1/5 - The Phoenix, Canberra
Fri 2/5 - Rad, Wollongong*
Sat 3/5 - Brighton Up Bar, Sydney
Sun 4/5 - White’s Records, Newcastle
Fri 9/5 - Karova Lounge, Ballarat
*Clowns not appearing
CLOWNS ‘I’m Not Right’ LP/ CD/ Digital is out now via Poison City Records.
We’re extremely stoked to announce POSTBLUE's monster debut album 'I Hope They're Praying For Me' will be out March 21st on LP/ CD/ digital via Poison City. You can check out the lead track “Ugly" HERE. Preorders for the LP/ CD version will be available very soon.
Coalescing creative forces from Byron Bay and Melbourne, the powerful alt-rock/ shoegaze trio quickly established themselves as an exciting new musical presence upon inception over the summer of 2012. Armed with their explosive debut ‘Lap Year’ 7” and a dynamic sound that lurches between 90’s influenced alternative rock and scuzzy punk anthems, Postblue invoke the direct sound and unpretentious aesthetic of decades gone by and meld it with the fire of youth.
Postblue have consistently toured up and down the East Coast, sharing stages with the likes of Violent Soho, Title Fight, Daylight and The Smith Street Band along the way and scored coveted slots on the Poison City Weekender and Splendour in the Grass festivals.
To celebrate the release of ‘I Hope They’re Praying For Me’, Postblue will head out on tour with labelmates Luca Brasi through March/ April.
Touring addict WIL WAGNER has just announced an extensive run of summer solo dates through February and March. After a huge year of international touring through 10 different countries, sold-out shows across Australia and recent festival appearances with his beloved group The Smith Street Band, the charismatic and prolific frontman is restless once again. Joined by his American buddy Max Stern (Signals Midwest/ Meridian) from Cleveland, Ohio and Sydney’s banjo shredding duo Pinch Hitter, Wagner will be hitting capital cities and regional areas through QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC and TAS before getting back in the van with The Smith Street Band for their massive national tour with Menzingers though March.