Author: MIMM

Premiere: Lunchtime Highlight Worldwide Epidemic In ‘Hate Is A Noun’ Music Video

Is hatred an inherent human trait, or a learned frame of mind? According to Brisbane grunge-punk rockers, Lunchtime, the disharmony in the world has one root – us – and it’s time we build a bridge and move forward, united. Written in the wake of the London Terror Attacks earlier this year, the band’s new single Hate Is A Noun explores the consequences of what happens when hate becomes more than just a feeling; when it’s no longer an emotive noun, but a loaded and dangerous verb. “Hate Is A Noun explores the idea adults are in control of...

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The Floating Bridges Call For People Power

Using their roots-reggae beats for good, one of the Sunshine Coast’s kindest bands, The Floating Bridges, have put out a people power call-to-arms with their anthemic new single Power. Concerned with the plight of marginalised Australians, particularly the country’s Indigenous and refugee populations, Power sees the band call for individuals to stand up and fight injustice. “Power is about the disconnect between government and community. It aims to give voice to the disadvantaged individuals whose basic rights are being dictated by government agendas and the overarching emphasis placed on money,” said Dale Mallett, vocalist and percussionist. “We believe in one...

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Shag Rock ‘Loosen Up’ Brisbane

Sunshine State surf-rock frolickers, Shag Rock, have been racking up some serious kilometres in their beloved ‘Shag Wagon’ on their Loosen Up East Coast Tour, and this weekend it’s Brisbane’s turn to get loose! Since releasing their debut album Barefoot earlier this year, these Brissie locals have accumulated over 1.5 million Spotify plays, fast-becoming everyone’s new favourite band with their summery vibes and feel-good dance tunes. Described as a track “written to pick you up on those days when nothing has quite gone to plan,” the band’s latest banger Loosen Up is an anthem for every occasion. With a busy tour schedule...

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Battle Of The Bands: Asha Jefferies VS Shag Rock

In the musical equivalent of When Harry Met Sally, Brisbane favourites Shag Rock and Asha Jefferies are teeing up for a double-single launch of EPIC proportions at local hub 38 Berwick this weekend. It will be a high-energy, melting pot of beach-rock meets powerhouse indie-pop with Shag Rock unveiling their new banger Loosen Up  and Asha kicking off her national Coburg Single Tour. These musical minds got together for a little pre-show Q+A catchup. Let the banter of the bands begin… SHAG ROCK GRILL ASHA JEFFERIES READ Q+A : SHAG ROCK GRILL ASHA JEFFERIES How did you know music was something you wanted...

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Banter of the Bands: Mecha Mecha VS Trails

We all know the strongest friendships are formed backstage in the greenroom before a show, where bands connect with other bands divulging their deepest, darkest secrets and posing the weirdest, mind-meltingest hypothetical questions. Following their show at Black Bear Lodge last week, we got together with Brisbane alt-rockers Mecha Mecha and Trails for a sincere look into those powerful backstage deep and meaningfuls. Let the banter of the bands begin… MECHA MECHA GRILL TRAILS Read Q+A: Mecha Mecha Grill Trails How did you fellas come up with the name Trails? At the time when we formed, our music was quite...

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