My Left Boot formed in 2005 in response to the film March of the Penguins, narrated by Acadamy Award nominated actor Morgan Freeman. Since then the band has taken their brand of psychedelically infused fuzz rock to grand new heights musically, whilst continuing to grab fans along the way.
Formed in 1995, Melbourne-based High Pass Filter is an electro dub outfit. Built initially on a love of Jamaican dub rhythms and techniques, the HPF sound fuses live instruments with the cut-and-paste stylings of dance technology resulting in what could be loosely described as a dub-electronic-rock hybrid.
Legends of Motorsport are one of Melbourne's finest loud, messy smash 'em up garage party bands. With great tunes about real life such as "Dinner And A Show" they are one of THE bands to see when visiting regular Melbourne venues such as The Tote or The Greyhound.
Ricaine was a great rock and roll band from Melbourne, Australia in the mid-90s. Generally tagged as math-rock, they were inspired by fellow bass-heavy Aussies The Mark of Cain (Adelaide) and the Americans Big Black .
Gersey is an Australian rock band based in Melbourne, which formed in 1997. The band is comprised of Craig Jackson (vocals, bass), Daryl Bradie (guitar), Matt Davis (guitar), Danny Tulen (drums) and Drew Pearse (keyboards).