Thursday, December 15, 2011
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Saturday 27 August – Lost Animal “Say No To Thugs” Single Launch
w/ Primitive Calculators vs The Aztecs + The UV Race
Saturday August 27th sees Lost Animal (Jarrod Quarrell of St Helens & The New Season infamy) launch ‘Say No To Thugs’ the first single from his forthcoming debut album ‘Ex Tropical’.
With whispers abound from industry and public alike of “ That guy is fucking crazy” Lost Animal returns to set the record straight.
Lost Animal is joined on record and stage by the one and only Shags Chamberlain.
Monday, August 8, 2011
Saturday, August 6, 2011
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Sunday, July 24, 2011
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Monday, July 11, 2011
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
here he is in his latest job as 'guy enjoying internet finance' on the paypal website.
we are all very proud.
Thursday, June 30, 2011
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Tuesday, June 21, 2011
As teen pop sensation Miley Cyrus launched into her version of Smells Like Teen Spirit at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre last night, an older audience member could be heard pleading “no” in mercy.
Having introduced the Nirvana classic to the crowd as one of the songs that inspired her to chase her dream as a recording artist, the former Disney child-star unleashed a cover that was nothing short of a nightmare for Kurt Cobain's worshippers.
With every naively overwrought vocal affectation, Cyrus robbed the song of its slacker-fuelled cynicism, completely ripping out its soul like so many beer garden cover bands had done before her.
It was a sacred cow slaying on par with Michael Bolton tackling Love Will Tear Us Apart or Lady Gaga playing John Lennon's piano half naked.
Ironically Cyrus and her band spent much of the night ploughing through the sort of bombastic, anthemic, pop rock by-numbers that Cobain railed so hard against in his hey day.
Nickelback was a more obvious touchstone than Nirvana as big rock drums and bass thundered around a set seemingly pulled from an '80s hair metal clip.