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Count Chocula
Dec 25, 2011

WE HAVE TO CONTROL OUR ENVIRONMENT
IF YOU SEE ME POSTING OUTSIDE OF THE AUSPOL THREAD PLEASE TELL ME THAT I'M MISSED AND TO START POSTING AGAIN


There's a heartbreaking thread in E/N where somebody basically lays out how much he's lost as a pokies addict. Gotta love a machine that hurts us both individually and societally.

I live across the street from the Annandale, and I hate how it had to reduce the days it traded. I mostly hate it because it forced my friends out of hosting Cult Cinema there. But even though it's saved, the scene still feels hurt. The Gaelic's down, the Mac's upstairs is down, the Hoey's still gone... I'm not sure what to do. I like warehouse places, but they barely survive. I'm thinking of moving to Melbourne. At least The Standard is decent.

There's a good documentary, Persecution Blues: The Fight for the Tote, about the SLAM Rally. But people there CARED. Around here's there's not the same concert. Half the Mess & Noise crowd sneers at the Annandale and goes off to gigs at FBi Social or GoodGod.

Or maybe, as somebody in the thread I spun this off suggested, rock fans really are old and should die out. I have a nightmare that in 30 years I'll still be seeing ancient pub rock bands at the Sando (where God drinks) and going to the Townie after.

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2ndclasscitizen
Jan 2, 2009

by Y Kant Ozma Post


That's because Mess+Noise people are hateful hipster scum for the most part.

Count Chocula
Dec 25, 2011

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Yep.
Are you going to the Sydney Community Cup this weekend? It seems like a great thing for the scene.

2ndclasscitizen
Jan 2, 2009

by Y Kant Ozma Post


Count Chocula posted:

Yep.
Are you going to the Sydney Community Cup this weekend? It seems like a great thing for the scene.

Nah, can't make it. Looks like it should be good fun though.

02-6611-0142-1
Sep 30, 2004



Brown Blitzkrieg posted:

I once saw a cool band from Brisbane (I think) who supported The loving Champs at like, Bald Faced Stag or the Annandale or something along this strip. They were called Pony Loaf, or Ponyloaf. Anyone know anything about them?

After a show I once asked the frontman from Ponyloaf if he had any CDs I could buy. He just asked "Why?" and looked at me like I was strange. Eventually, after some convincing, he sold me a CD.

BlitzkriegOfColour
Aug 22, 2010

Call me 'black fella'.


02-6611-0142-1 posted:

After a show I once asked the frontman from Ponyloaf if he had any CDs I could buy. He just asked "Why?" and looked at me like I was strange. Eventually, after some convincing, he sold me a CD.

That sounds like my experience with the front-man from Captain Cleanoff, who had four band members living in four different states. As a sort of soft insult, I told him they reminded me of Anal stinkyhole, and the singer (who I would by this point notice had Aspergers or something)took it as a compliment.

I did enjoy their show (bought their T-shirt and everything), they just were a terrible band who played terrible music.

Laserface
Dec 24, 2004

Sipping harsh elixir,
the ice above us melting fast


For those that dont know, or do know, or whatever, Bob Log is an Australian resident now too. I make the effort to see him whenever hes in town (usually playing in cronulla at the brass monkey) and its always a good show. he was on last night but it kinda blew because there was literally me and 5 other people there including the bar staff, but i got a chance to talk to him for a bit after the show and have a few laughs.

if you havent seen him, please check him out, hes a great all round performer.

Count Chocula
Dec 25, 2011

WE HAVE TO CONTROL OUR ENVIRONMENT
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Laserface posted:

For those that dont know, or do know, or whatever, Bob Log is an Australian resident now too. I make the effort to see him whenever hes in town (usually playing in cronulla at the brass monkey) and its always a good show. he was on last night but it kinda blew because there was literally me and 5 other people there including the bar staff, but i got a chance to talk to him for a bit after the show and have a few laughs.

if you havent seen him, please check him out, hes a great all round performer.

Seconding this. Can't beat a guy in a diving helmet playing blues guitar.

JeSo
Jul 14, 2004


Brown Blitzkrieg posted:

That sounds like my experience with the front-man from Captain Cleanoff, who had four band members living in four different states. As a sort of soft insult, I told him they reminded me of Anal stinkyhole, and the singer (who I would by this point notice had Aspergers or something)took it as a compliment.

I did enjoy their show (bought their T-shirt and everything), they just were a terrible band who played terrible music.

Different strokes I guess, but I certainly wouldn't call Captain Cleanoff a terrible band.

Also, even though they were already mentioned in passing, Blood Duster shouldn't be missed. They play something of a mix between the pub rock mentioned above and grindcore, which for me just works. Plus they're just such a fun band to see live.

Pornstorestiffi - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v5Jwz_JwYQ
Drink Fight gently caress - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vT5Hlh6B4rs

magic pantaloons
Jan 9, 2012

Ain't you ever seen a naked chick riding a clam before?


More TISM - The Thunderbirds are Coming Out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYwQ9wOOLxA

And I probably get hated for this but The Vines are one of my favourite bands of all time. Go on, hate me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OWmKjpD5Pg&ob=av2e

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFDHVuGeem8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPhbn0Yz_A0&ob=av2e

Also, Bluejuice, their music videos are the best.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldBhDmvWFXE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJAWLfdkapQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2N32PIYVHc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0N7DDDKsqw

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skBL9UN_e2A

Holden Rodeo
Apr 2, 2008


I first visited Australia several years ago (live here now) and had a great time going out and seeing tons of Melbourne bands. Even watching Area 7 a good 10 years after their heyday was good fun.

Is it uncool to like pop songs played on Triple J in the last five years? Because I dig lush, colourful pop songs.

Cut Copy - dancey, disco-influenced.
Hearts on Fire
Lights and Music

Tame Impala - psychedelic rock. Maybe not bringing new things to the table, but they do it well with a rich sound. I enjoyed their set at Falls last year.
Why Won't You Make Up Your Mind
Expectation

They already got a mention, but The Drones are loving great. They remind me the tiniest bit of Modest Mouse, if they holed up in a cabin for several months and sounded super Australian. There's that earthy intensity to them.
Sharkfin Blues
Nail It Down
Ohh My (live version better than studio version)

Tony Jowns posted:

I might do a post on the good parts of the (frequently lovely) Australian hip-hop scene later.
I'd be interested in this because Aussie hip-hop is typically so cringey, sorry. All I hear is bogans who sound like they stopped listening to any hip-hop released after 1995 or bogans who only ever listen to other rapping bogans.

BlitzkriegOfColour
Aug 22, 2010

Call me 'black fella'.


barrio speedwagon posted:

I'd be interested in this because Aussie hip-hop is typically so cringey, sorry. All I hear is bogans who sound like they stopped listening to any hip-hop released after 1995 or bogans who only ever listen to other rapping bogans.

Behold the glory of motherfucking Aussie hip-hop http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajeL87l3prM

strap on revenge
Apr 8, 2011

that's my thing that i say

The only Australian artists I really love are Karnivool, Angus & Julia Stone and the John Butler Trio.

I saw all three of them live last year (A&J Stone / JBT at BDO) and they are real class acts. I think Ocean by John Butler is one of my favourite instrumental tracks ever - the Max Sessions version owns so hard

Karnivool are imo the only Australian hard rock/metal band worth listening to. Change has gotta be one of my favourites from the Sound Awake period at least, and Themata is full of more straight up rock gems like COTE.

The Beast is probably my favourite A&J Stone song from A Book Like This at the moment, and Draw Your Swords is definitely my favourite overall. On the whole I prefer the Angus led songs, but Julia has a great voice and songs like Hold On are the poo poo.

Actually I am also going to mention Dead Letter Circus because This Is The Warning is a loving fantastic album, The Design is a killer chill-out song and I hope these guys become the figurehead for Australian alt rock. My first exposure to DLC was seeing them open for Muse and they made quite an impression.

As for some less known & promising ones, when I went to see Mono the bands that opened were called Secret Birds (who played some cool drone sorta stuff) and No Anchor (who have a cool dual bass/no guitars sludge set up). I haven't really listened to them past that night but they were both really interesting and worth checking out.

strap on revenge fucked around with this message at Mar 16, 2012 around 13:04

Count Chocula
Dec 25, 2011

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I love The Vines. So surreal going from listening to them in an American mall to hanging out with them. The drummer just left to join Wolfmother, which sucks but they've weathered worse.

Broken Leg is my favorite Bluejuice song.

I assume David Puddy is trolling? Every time I've tried to listen to Angus & Julia Stone I literally fall asleep.

Divorced And Curious
Jan 23, 2009

democracy depends on sausage sizzles


Angus and Julia Stone need to be convicted of party genocide for killing the mood at hundreds of parties across the country when they got number 1 in the Hottest 100 on Invasion Day last year.

Volcanic Vents
Mar 28, 2009


Cut Copy is Australian?! Man, the more you know...

Anyways, I can't believe, especially with the Nick Cave leadoff, that no one has mentioned Dirty Three yet. Fronted by violinist/Bad Seed/Grinderman member/frequent Cave soundtrack collaborator (they worked together on The Proposition and The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford) Warren Ellis, they make music that is by turns epic, aching, explosive, tragic, and occasionally joyful. This is a particularly good time to be paying attention to them because they just put out their first record in five(?) years, which means maybe we'll get a worldwide tour out of them, and they are a live act not to be missed. Plus Warren Ellis gives some of the best meandering stange-banter you will ever hear.

This is the song that got me hooked on them. The buildup from the 5 minute mark on is too cathartic for words. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-x0PU1VSN4

magic pantaloons
Jan 9, 2012

Ain't you ever seen a naked chick riding a clam before?


Count Chocula posted:

I love The Vines. So surreal going from listening to them in an American mall to hanging out with them. The drummer just left to join Wolfmother, which sucks but they've weathered worse.

I've met them a couple of times, even starred in the same music video together.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RKyoEUqPCw&ob=av2e (I'm the one with purple curly hair and and Rolling Stones shirt)

But I hope they have more answers about what is happening with them.

Count Chocula posted:

I assume David Puddy is trolling? Every time I've tried to listen to Angus & Julia Stone I literally fall asleep.

I thought I was the only one. I also hate Birds of Tokyo.

Amoeba102
Jan 22, 2010



Back from Spectrum last night.
Opening act was The Dead Love, first time I've seen or heard them and they're all right. I would listen to more of them.
Strangers had a a good set, and the crowd packed in for them. Still no word on when there's going to be an album release. Any other Sydney goons go last night? I had to bail before Closure in Moscow came on, but I wasn't the only one. A group behind me left at the same time who pretty much only went for Strangers too.

This is the first time I've listened to A+J, and I swear it would be better without the vocals. The songs leave like no impression, just slips off my ears like water off a duck's back.

Birds of Tokyo are ok, though. I wouldn't listen to them heavily, but I can stomach them. But there's only one song I would say I actually like. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-duknTJL-Rg - Silhouettic. Their other songs just don't stick with me. They work pretty well as filler music for my ipod. Good for every once in a while.

strap on revenge
Apr 8, 2011

that's my thing that i say

Count Chocula posted:

I assume David Puddy is trolling? Every time I've tried to listen to Angus & Julia Stone I literally fall asleep.
Yeah, it's not like people can enjoy things you don't how silly to even suggest that

As for the Vines, I saw them at last year's BDO as well, and they were very entertaining and although I wouldn't listen to them regularly I can definitely appreciate that they are a good band.

Birds Of Tokyo only have one song I like (When This Ship Sinks or something) and I obviously prefer Ian Kenny's work in Karnivool.

Laserface
Dec 24, 2004

Sipping harsh elixir,
the ice above us melting fast


semi-related vines chat: I hung out with Brad the bassist at the Brass Monkey. Him and a guy I know from Regular John were opening for bob log.

Name dropping like a boss here.

I, Butthole
Jun 30, 2007

Begin the operations of the gas chambers, gas schools, gas universities, gas libraries, gas museums, gas dance halls, and gas threads, etcetera.
I DEMAND IT


Sorry dudes, thread is over at the mention of DZ Deathrays.

Teeth - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdQ7B7T9qV0
The Mess Up - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UD_7...feature=channel
Gebbie St - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsOSv9KcpOE

Album comes out on April 6th. It's loud as poo poo dance punk in the vein of DFA1979 meets Justice.

There's also drat Terran who are pretty fantastic rock and roll: Rational Economic Man (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJmz1Sc0lLQ) who'll be supporting DZ along with Velociraptor (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbi7DWTrH3s).

On the same label, Bleeding Knees Club (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZCcd6c8TJw) have just released their first LP and it's pretty fantastic surf punk. Also, Last Dinosaurs (Zoom: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqGs36oPpLQ) because it's really loving good.

The Biscuit
Jul 2, 2007
Half of everything is luck.

I'm dumbfounded to hear that there are no decent venues in Sydney? Even here in Adelaide there is somewhere to go. The gov, Jive (bands played on jjj), Grace Emily (hipster crowd), Cranker (metal). I don't think they always charge unless a big name is playing. Jive is pretty cool for new upcoming bands. Where as the gov mainly has the made-its (boy/bear), Sarah Blasko, Washington et al.

Not getting radio reception at work has killed finding new bands for me. In addition, no one comes to Adelaide. I few bands I wanted to see went to Canberra, but not here!
Has anyone checked out the new Unearthed radio station? I have been meaning to do so, but have not got around to it.

Laserface
Dec 24, 2004

Sipping harsh elixir,
the ice above us melting fast


The Biscuit posted:

I'm dumbfounded to hear that there are no decent venues in Sydney? Even here in Adelaide there is somewhere to go. The gov, Jive (bands played on jjj), Grace Emily (hipster crowd), Cranker (metal). I don't think they always charge unless a big name is playing. Jive is pretty cool for new upcoming bands. Where as the gov mainly has the made-its (boy/bear), Sarah Blasko, Washington et al.

Not getting radio reception at work has killed finding new bands for me. In addition, no one comes to Adelaide. I few bands I wanted to see went to Canberra, but not here!
Has anyone checked out the new Unearthed radio station? I have been meaning to do so, but have not got around to it.

The only good venues still around in Sydney is probably the Landsdowne hotel - free entry, bands paid flat rate. cos its free if you get a decent slot there is always a good crowd. Notes at newtown does the odd rock/alt act too but its more of an acoustic/jazz lounge. theres 2 vanguard hotels, one of which is supposed to be good and the other is another jazz lounge.

We used to have cool poo poo like the marquee but now that is a billy hydes

BlitzkriegOfColour
Aug 22, 2010

Call me 'black fella'.


Laserface posted:

The only good venues still around in Sydney is probably the Landsdowne hotel - free entry, bands paid flat rate. cos its free if you get a decent slot there is always a good crowd. Notes at newtown does the odd rock/alt act too but its more of an acoustic/jazz lounge. theres 2 vanguard hotels, one of which is supposed to be good and the other is another jazz lounge.

We used to have cool poo poo like the marquee but now that is a billy hydes

The Red Rattler and The Factory Theatre, both in Marrickville, both good venues for very different reasons, and The Annandale is a good venue, even if they just book poo poo acts (although I recently saw Crooked Fiddle Band with Barons of Tang there). The Townie is putting on shows now, even if their venue space is for poo poo it still beats having to walk into the disgusting POS space that is the Sando.

Wrestlepig
Feb 25, 2011

my mum says im cool

Toilet Rascal

Is there any good aussie metal? It seems like it's all hard rock as far as the eye can see.

BlitzkriegOfColour
Aug 22, 2010

Call me 'black fella'.


Psalmanazar posted:

Is there any good aussie metal? It seems like it's all hard rock as far as the eye can see.

Alchemist are like no other metal band on earth. Amazingly original

Dungeon (now Lord) are power metal from the old school, with less cheesiness.

Pod People and Lycanthia are good doom metal bands.

Daysend does nu-metal in a way that's actually listenable.

Psycroptic, mentioned earlier in the thread, are pretty mindblowing math-metally kind of stuff.

But truth be told, if you want the peak of the metal genre, you need to kick it with the scandos for a while.

Killsion
Feb 16, 2011

Templars Rock.


Psalmanazar posted:

Is there any good aussie metal? It seems like it's all hard rock as far as the eye can see.

Some of this was already mentioned but...

Portal
StarGazer
Impetuous Ritual
Destroyer 666
Austere

These are grindcore also

gently caress... I'm Dead
Extortion
Captain Cleanoff

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Elrond Hubbard
Mar 29, 2007

To ERH
*everyone applauds*


Psalmanazar posted:

Is there any good aussie metal? It seems like it's all hard rock as far as the eye can see.

Nazxul is an incredible Aussie atmospheric black metal band if you're into that.

Gospel of the Horns are black/thrash.

Midnight Odyssey are like some kind of shoegaze/black metal.

All this thinking about Aussie metal makes me wish Metal for the Brain was still around.

2ndclasscitizen
Jan 2, 2009

by Y Kant Ozma Post


For the Sydney folks in here, Bodyjar are playing at The Star on April 5 and it's free.

ColtMcAsskick
Nov 7, 2010


I'm confused by what you guys define as a good venue, is it that free entry rock-pub kinda deal that seems to be idolised in these parts? Because I've been to a few gigs in and around Sydney and none (except for the hordern pavilion ughhh) seemed spectacularly great/poo poo-tacular

Amoeba102
Jan 22, 2010



What's bad about Horden?
I think they are mainly talking about smaller bands, rather than well established bands. Enmore, Horden, Metro usually only have bigger shows on, which isn't exactly a good place to see or find new music. Or on the otherside, for bands to get gigs at.

Laserface
Dec 24, 2004

Sipping harsh elixir,
the ice above us melting fast


Sydneys problem is that with venues like the Excelsior and Hopetoun Closing up there is fewer places for small bands to get gigs. Justin Hemmes tried to 'smooth it over' with the live music crowd when he bought the Excelsior by opening the Beresford Hotel for live music with new PA and poo poo. The problem is that the Excelsior was about 150-200 people whereas the Beresford is 600 or more, so Small bands will never get their foot in the door because they wont ever fill out the venue.

Some of the most fun gigs Ive played and the best bands Ive seen was packed into that tiny little room at the back of the Excelsior.

Now, the only places that new/smaller acts can get any time at is lovely slots at the Annandale in multi-band bills (like the afformentioned Screaming Sundays or Blood/sweat/beers) or the even worse Valve bar shows which is always a revolving door of a crowd as each bands friends and family arrive to watch the bands play.

Bigger clubs like the metro, Gaelic, Factory all kind of need your band to have a big following to even get considered. Our band got lucky in that we made a lot of contacts with Harbor Agency acts that put us in a good light with them and as such got some nice gigs (Played with Doc Neeson, The Trews, Sarah McLeod) at decent venues which lead to some good exposure for us.

I dunno, I tend to rate venues from the player side rather than the punter because my only experience for the last 4 years has been from the stage - doing gigs sucked all the fun out of going to see other bands.

fappenmeister
Nov 19, 2004

My hand wields the might

Grimey Drawer

The best Australian band according to Fappenmeister:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDbS12t8Xbo

The Ramones.

More stuff:
If you dig the Hellacopters, you may have heard of the Yes Men, who had members of http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-5wRviAG5w in them. Unfortunately Sean passed away over a decade ago, and from what his folks said, it was just before they were supposed to tour with Nicke Andersson and co. Entombed are awesome anyway. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0nIGXRCnuk

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PaoFerro
Jun 24, 2010


This thread needs more shameless mainstream Australian music.

This is Matt Corby. He is only 21 and is completely awesome.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ipem2SFtBEI

This is Kimbra. She's a Kiwi but we've adopted her the same way we did with Russell Crowe.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elyk9MBY72U&ob=av2e

magic pantaloons
Jan 9, 2012

Ain't you ever seen a naked chick riding a clam before?


Some Regurgitator because I remember seeing their music videos on rage as a six year old when Unit was released.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BxVBziFvtU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCA7--Qcp78&ob=av2e

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJ1l4UJW04Y

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Laserface
Dec 24, 2004

Sipping harsh elixir,
the ice above us melting fast


PaoFerro posted:

This thread needs more shameless mainstream Australian music.

This is Matt Corby. He is only 21 and is completely awesome.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ipem2SFtBEI

This is Kimbra. She's a Kiwi but we've adopted her the same way we did with Russell Crowe.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elyk9MBY72U&ob=av2e

Both these people are objectively poo poo.

PaoFerro
Jun 24, 2010


Laserface posted:

Both these people are objectively poo poo.

What? Some people like pop music.

spamman
Jul 10, 2002

Chin up Tiger, There is always next season...

In terms of hard/stoner rock, I'm not sure there has been a better Aussie band than Warped. Fantastic live act with a stack of energy, some really catchy riffs and an amazing ability to make almost every song about making love to a beautiful woman (With the exception of the 11min long epic Snufelupikus).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtfSKauZDcM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cI-CljBdzIs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RMEpi6CPP4

There are a lot of really decent pop rock bands of the late '90s that seem to have been forgotten, and even the style seems to have gone slightly. Bands like Pollyanna, Tumbleweed, Sidewinder, Bodyjar, Klinger, Custard, The Superjesus and Skunkhour seemed to be a real staple of Triple J right up until about '03, but seem to have really been on the wane since. I'm not complaining, a lot of fine music has replaced it, but it is interesting to see how stuff like this comes and goes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4Z7HP7qmU4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nT-xSKXV5KA

Personally, I'm kind of waiting for the next band in the style of Gerling or Machine Gun Fellatio who will attempt pretty much anything and stick it on an album.

ColtMcAsskick
Nov 7, 2010


Amoeba102 posted:

What's bad about Horden?
I think they are mainly talking about smaller bands, rather than well established bands. Enmore, Horden, Metro usually only have bigger shows on, which isn't exactly a good place to see or find new music. Or on the otherside, for bands to get gigs at.


I'm not a fan of the sound at hordern, also the lack of cheap places to get drunk at before you go is a downer

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2ndclasscitizen
Jan 2, 2009

by Y Kant Ozma Post


ColtMcAsskick posted:

I'm not a fan of the sound at hordern, also the lack of cheap places to get drunk at before you go is a downer

The sounds there is weird, I was watching Silversun Pickups there and if I had my earplugs in I couldn't hear any guitar, and then if I took them out no vocals, it was odd.

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