Brisbane four-piece, Street Pieces deliver a hard-hitting Rock overload infused with blues and charisma.
Since forming in 2013, Street Pieces have asserted themselves as an Alternative Rock powerhouse with a track record including collaborations with
Jeff Lovejoy (Powderfinger)
Govinda Doyle (Dead Letter Circus)
East Coast tours; performances alongside the likes of Wolfmother, Shihad (NZ), The BellRays (USA) and Richie Ramone; and a series of releases delivering compelling 70’s Metal/Blues Rock in every breakdown.
With new music and shows in the works, Street Pieces will soon be releasing their latest EP WARCRY sending their heavy riffs, soaring vocals and relentless grooves
NICK TART BAND
Emerging out of Brisbane NTB is a powerhouse rock outfit consisting of 4 accomplished musicians.
This hard hitting band write and create their own blend of blues and soul inspired classic rock.
The band is a combination of soaring vocals and great riffs.
If you haven't caught a NTB show your missing out.
Brisbane-based 4 piece that blends the genres of stoner rock, psych and grunge with a hint of punk sass.
Renowned for their high-energy live shows, led by frontwoman Roxanne Jeynes, you can expect loud, fuzzed riffs mixed with slabs of groove.
ELLA VICE has released a bag of singles with QOTSA-inspired 'Motor Running' coming in at #37 in the 4ZZZ Hottest 100 of 2019.
They also recently took out the Mojo Burning band competition to land a coveted slot on the 2022 festival bill.
With a new EP soon to be released in early 2021, ELLA VICE are set to bring the riff to a stage near you soon.
THE NEW CALM
The New Calm were formed in late 2017 when Guillaume Beague (Bass Guitar) joined Anthony Hellwig (Drums) and Gary Summers (Vocals/Guitar) whose previous band 'Kham' were left without a bass player.
With a change of name the band have been spending serious time in rehearsal and working on honing their sound.
While Each member has quite different tastes in music styles, they come together to create their own take on the
Alt Rock genre. Once being described as 'Groove Grunge' and also being told they sound like a cross between Karnivool and Tool.
The songs range from bold to more subdued slow burners. And with some new recordings simmering away in the pipeline, The New Calm are set to get their music into your earholes.