My Own Pet Radio is the solo project for Brisbane-based musician Sam Cromack. Treated primarily as a recording project, My Own Pet Radio aims to bring you frequent batches of sonic stimulation for free! My Own Pet Radio has been running, in one form or another, for almost two years.. and soon plans to embark on some real-life performances.
Press bio Love him or hate him Edward Guglielmino is an artist people talk about. Whether it be about his constant online bantering, an endless run of east coast and international touring or his unique style of avant-garde crooning, the last couple of years have seen the artist be the centre of conversation on many an occasion.
There are two groups known as The Chemist:
1) The Chemist are a four piece from Perth, Western Australia. They are Benjamin Witt (vocals, guitar, keys), Elliot Smith (Drums), James Ireland (keyboards), Hamish Rahn (Bass). 2) THE CHEMIST was a house-project from the British producer Geroge Miller. Between 1995-2001 he created a bunch of house-tracks, like "Ruff Kutz", "Regal" or "Running Wild".
The Guppies formed in the depths of a local suburban garage and are influenced by The Vaccines, Cloud Nothings, The Libertines and a whiff of petrol fumes from the trusty family Volvo. Their sound evokes wild memories reminiscent of sneaking out at 2am, the angst of being a teenager and the warmth of grandpa’s favourite loafers.
2005-present The Paper Scissors have gone from party band du jour, off the back of We Don’t Walk and Yamanote Line from their 2007 debut Less Talk More Paper Scissors, to now being one of the solid forces in Australian music.
If pressed Tara Simmons - the pintsized singer/songwriter from Brisbane - could probably quite easily be squeezed into a box. The same, however, could never be suggested of her music. Combining “an ingenious mix of heartfelt folk with skittering sample-based electronica” (Topher Healy - Rave Magazine), Simmons sums up her sound best, simply calling it abstract pop.
Brisbane’s well-favoured proto-pop princes Skinny Jean return from a year in the studio to give their city a sneak preview of their highly anticipated forthcoming album The Diving Saucer Returns from a World Where the Sun Never Shines.
Tobias Priddle grew up playing music on the east coast of NSW.
After playing in a string of bands through high school he finally settled into a band called The Inheritors.
There he played countless shows around Sydney and the Central Coast and ended up touring with a bunch of great bands up and down the East Coast..