The Round-upMonday May 1st, 2017

Today we have the new album from Foley! out today, dates for this year’s Weekender Fest, As Paradise Falls album finds a label home, a new EP from Light The Way, and SOTA Festival in Perth.

TODAY’S MAIN ARTICLES

Mayday Parade Australian tour dates announced
I Built The Sky – ‘Radiatus’ video clip
House vs. Hurricane return with a new album
Sløtface Sydney and Melbourne shows announced

TONIGHT’S GIG ACTION
(1) Death By Stereo + ebolagoldfish + Homesick + Arse @ Hideaway Bar, Enmore
(1) Dwarves + JJ Speedball + Wolfpack + Up The Anti @ Miami Tavern, Gold Coast

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BOMBSHELL PRESENTS

The Death By Stereo Australian tour continues tonight with a second show in Sydney at Hidewaway Bar at 156 Enmore Rd.
They are playing ‘Into The Valley Of Death‘ in full tonight and there are limited tickets left [Here] for $25 + BF. They’ll be on stage at 10pm.
Guests are ebolagoldfish, Homesick and Arse.

News Bits & Pieces

FOLEY! RELEASE NEW ALBUM TODAY
Melbourne’s Foley! have released their second album, ‘Hey, Don’t Worry About It‘ today via Anchorhead Records.

You can sort out a copy of the album [Here]. Give it a listen below.

WEEKENDER FEST – SAVE THE DATES!
The line-up for the annual Weekender Fest in Melbourne is set to be unveiled shortly. Let the speculation begin!

While you await more details, one that is locked in, is the actual weeekend. Put a mark around September 15th, 16th & 17th to block out, sort leave, book flights etc. as that is when the festivities will take place this year.

Stay tuned for ticket details and that all important line-up.Weekender Fest '17

AS PARADISE FALLS JOIN ECLIPSE RECORDS
Eclipse Records have announced the signing of As Paradise Falls to an exclusive worldwide deal.

While recording their album in 2015, the unexpected passing of their guitarist put everything on hold. Now, after clawing their way back from the tragedy, the band have returned with a new album produced by Shane Edwards (Northlane, Trophy Eyes, Hellions) entitled ‘Digital Ritual‘, which will be released in the coming months.

Just before signing with Eclipse, the band independently released ‘Starblind‘, the first single from the new album.

On the day the single was released, I got an email from Chris at Eclipse. Chris had previously followed us on Spotify, and we came up in his Release Radar. When he asked if we had any more material, I told him about the new album and he immediately offered to put it out via Eclipse.

More album details soon. If you missed it earlier, listen to ‘Starblind‘ below.

LIGHT THE WAY RELEASE NEW EP
Sacramento based punk band Light The Way have released their new 6 track ep titled ‘Dude, Lame‘ via Indie Vision Music.

One for fans of pop-punk bands like Set Your Goals, State Champs, New Found Glory, MxPx etc.

Listen to the EP below.

SOTA FESTIVAL LINE UP ANNOUNCED
With headliners that span everything from heavy rock to Aussie hip hop, SOTA’s line-up includes a mix of WA favourites, old and new.

SOTA will be held on WA Day, Monday 5th June as part of the wider WA Day Festival. Attendees will also be able to branch out from the SOTA Festival on the Sunday and Monday to enjoy a range of activities, including the Perth Makers Market, WA Celebrity Signature Dish, Jazz Concert and ‘Play in WA’ area that includes a range of activities for the whole family.

SOTA Festival is a collaboration derived from the desire to support, nurture and grow the creative opportunities for local artists, and to further position contemporary music as a leading cultural identifier for WA. The popularity and awareness of SOTA continues to grow from year to year and is a key feature on the WA music calendar.

The line up will feature.

KARNIVOOL | DRAPHT | GYROSCOPE | BOB EVANS | TIRED LION | KATY STEELE | CROOKED COLOURS | ABBE MAY | POW! NEGRO | RAG N’ BONE | ZIGGY | THE MONEY WAR | ELLI SCHOEN | THE CHINA BLUE EXPERIMENT

SOTA

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