When Peter Fischer sets out to help his grandfather at Papa's Sweet Shop, he will quickly learn that sneaking sweets and covering up his sugar-dusted tracks will have major consequences. Latchna followed his father as King of Thomond and less than three years later, Mathgamain mac Cennetig assumed the throne when Latchna was killed.
Brooke Callahan's life might not have been perfect, but it was pretty much what she had expected. She was successful, she was admired, and she had a reputation for being a tough defense lawyer, even for her pro-bono cases. Her father was the well-respected and often feared Judge Callahan. Her mother, Amy Callahan, was a successful hostess in the politically influential circles of Cook County, Illinois. A raiding Norse pirate rapes a young girl in 9th-century Connacht, Ireland, and leaves her for dead.
Shamed by her pregnancy and wanting a life without the label of Norse for her child, Ceara makes her way south to Ceann Coradh. She is befriended by a couple who run an inn and recently lost their only son in a battle with the Dublin Norse and treat her as they would their own daughter. Ceara tells her new family about a frightening dream she had while traveling to Ceann Coradh. When these two men cross paths, despite a world of differences separating them, their attraction cannot be denied. Sutton finds himself drawn to the piano, playing for Jack. But can his music heal them both, or will sudden prosperity jeopardize their chance at love?
Resistance forces have pushed the enemy back against seemly insurmountable odds. But it doesn't take long for the biomechanoid race, known as the Mok'tu, to stop the Resistance dead in their tracks, when they discover a way to neutralize the only effective weapon against them. Four individuals fight to survive as the zombie apocalypse crashes over the world in a wave of terror and destruction.
Color, creed, and social standing mean nothing as the virus infects millions across the planet. All four begin perilous journeys in mind and body as they face daily trials to survive: Four threads, four different parts of the world, one apocalypse! Promises of peace, stability, and happiness are lies The thin veil that separates the demonic hordes from humanity has been torn open.
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For Gabriel and his small group, their race from Afghanistan is nearing its end. Even though Gabriel cannot see what evil lurks around the next corner, he knows that all great moments are born of sacrifice. Meanwhile, in the quiet reaches of the American Northwest, Detective James must solve a string of ritualistic murders before they kill again. After a Near Death Experience an "NDE" radically transforms the life of eccentric billionaire Nicholas Sheridan, he recruits a team of other survivors to study the experience. Recreating the conditions that opened the gate to the unknown, they will discover amazing connections, common visions and dramatic abilities among people who have come back from the dead.
But what they haven't bargained for is that the gate opens both ways, and something else has escaped death. Something hunting them Wishing you the best on your goal! Good luck with this challenge! I would love to add you as a friend on goodreads - where can I find you? An year of challenges finished! Couple more finished challenges: Outdo, Witches, G Failed challenges: Seriously serials, Horror and T Finished challenge: Free reads Finished challenge: Crime and mystery Finished challenge - book bingo Failed challenge: A to Z On the edge challenge: YA Finished challenge: The Chunkster challenge On the edge challenge: 1st in a series On the edge challenge: Urban fantasy and paranorma Follow by Email.
Goodreads challenge Reading Challenge. Nina has read 2 books toward her goal of 60 books. Anna Hells' Fantasy place. Crazy Me. Get Inspired. TV show: Jane The Virgin. The End of the Story. Stormy Garden. Music Sunday Cute Disaster. Though coming from differing backgrounds, and even different states, Busy Kingdom bonded into a dynamic band with three members sharing a house and home studio in the Melbourne inner suburb of Brunswick. Over the past three years Busy Kingdom has been mightily active.
Writing, recording and releasing new music is a constant theme for the band. In the second half of the band will release a new EP on their own label. Every Saturday begins with CC: Disco and friends at the controls, turning tropical flavours into delectable diva anthems in the seductive suite, all before Andee Frost takes charge with a typically debaucherous soundtrack deep into the early hours. Supporting the band on the night are special guests The Vendettas and Super Saloon. Guitar in hand, Kate Crutchfield and her distinctive voice will take you on a flooringly honest emotional ride.
Doors open 7. Dear Stalker are back after a brief hiatus, which saw front woman Lisa and drummer Alan tie the knot, ready to once again tear up the stage. Entry is free, with music kicking off from 8. Iconic rap and hip hop group Bone Thugs N Harmony are touring nationally this week, and Melbourne audiences will get to hear all five members from the group performing material from their impressive back catalogue, this Saturday July 4 at the Prince Bandroom. This will be the first Australian shows in two years for Gold Fields, whose single Lakeside is slated for release on the eve of the tour.
Ballarat five-piece KLP have been hard at work in the studio, collaborating with the likes of Skrillex and Slumberjack, on top of a tour with Young Franco. Get down to The Workers this Saturday July 4 when the doors open at pm. Harlott, the undisputed reigning champions of Melbourne thrash, take the stage on the night, playing faster than a bullet and screaming like a mortar shell. Formed in by veteran guitarist Peter Baylor, the band has enjoyed an ever increasing audience and a busy work schedule, with appearances at major Australian festivals and jazz clubs nation wide.
Catch Ultrafox this Saturday July 4, as they play two sets from 9. Darkness is to night as darkness is to The Bunyip Moon, an unmitigated certainty born out of the suns shortcomings.
The Bunyip Moon employ sound as well as any other act in Melbourne, generating ominous soundscapes with thought and precision. Entry is as free as a bird. Following their first ever European tour, and supports for 65daysofstatic, Maybeshewill and Vampillia, they bring an energetic and melodic live show to the stage,. Define your genre in five words or less: Melbourne blues rock. So, someone is walking past as you guys are playing, they then go get a beer and tell their friend about you I hope they write down what we are saying and put it in their next interview.
Any gig at the Brunny is a good gig. The Wiggles. Freedom and life experience. Do you have any record releases to date? Where can I get it? You can always get a copy at any show or listen to some tracks for free on Soundcloud. Why should everyone come and see your band? Burlyrock is back with a 4th of July, American themed dress up party. Beginning as a group of high school friends playing Arctic Monkeys covers in a garage, the band has since spent the past five years cultivating their unique sound.
Blending distorted and spacey guitars, dreamy keyboards and organ with a tight-asfuck rhythm section that fills dance floors, the band perfectly supports story telling lyrics that tend to hit close to home. Jess Ribeiro and her band are settling into a month long residency at the Old Bar this week, playing every Sunday in July to celebrate the release of Kill It Yourself, the first single and title track from their upcoming album due in August. Your tour of Yarra is fairly extensive.
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If Bruce says yes, then his bus tour. I have a friend in LA at the moment who said he saw a baby in a stroller who looked exactly like Larry David. Those outdoor heaters everywhere with the flame pylons in the middle — do you think the flame bit actually makes it hotter? Or some sort of placebo effect? Whatever the answer, I hope the company is called Monty Pylon. Pho or laksa? Be honest. Obviously ramen. Bands start from 7. This weekend features Three Kings performing at the venue for a live blues set from 2pm till 3pm.
Get on down to Cherry Bar this Sunday July 5. He has been connecting to musical subculture organically, searching for the heart of honest music in many cities from Austin, Los Angeles, Portland, and the place that was until recently home, Vancouver. Having driven many more kilometres across the continent than the flight that carried him away across the Pacific Ocean, Matthew now finds himself back where he started, with a bag full of clothes, his guitar, and his experiences worth many lifetimes.
Come and hear his songs full of soul and stories that chronicle his life, in the late great country folk tradition, this Sunday July 5 from 6. After announcing the release of their new album Blurryface, dynamic indiepop duo Twenty One Pilots are heading to Australian shores for a headline tour along the east coast, with an under ages matinee show penned in at The Corner Hotel.
After the release of their debut album Vessel, the band garnered impressive levels of success including selling out shows on their first ever tour, and playing big American festivals such as Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Sasquatch and Bunbury. Doors open 2. Patches are a Melbourne band combining elements of indie and rock to create memorable, contemporary pop music. The evening will feature four songwriters on the stage at the same time, each taking a turn to play a song in three rounds. The focus of these shows is songwriting, songs, and the stories behind them.
Songwriters in the Round goes down at The Gasometer and will run for two sessions, Tuesday July 7, and the next week on Tuesday July Taking inspiration from Bob Dylan, Christy Moore and ballads of Irish freedom, his previous act Eire Og became immensely popular across the United Kingdom and most of Western Europe for his gravelly voice and talents on the guitar. His solo work lives up to these expectations, and then some. Catch a rock set this Sunday July 5 with Muscle Car, as they take to the stage at Yah Yahs before the working week comes back into full swing.
Support on. The party starts 10pm every Monday, with the kitchen open till midnight. Free entry, too. Teaming up with Tex for this intimate show at The Gasometer will be none other than his good friend Charlie Owen. This is a show not to be missed, Sunday July 5 from 4pm. For more reviews go to beat. The feeling of emotional warmth was more than enough to lift the spirits of those who may have been feeling the sting. To describe her as vocally beautiful is just a blatant understatement.
Come 10pm, crowd favourite Dustin Tebbutt hit the stage, bringing his persuasive and appealing presence with him. Continuing with The Breach, it was obvious the crowd wanted more, but unfortunately the set was restricted by what he actually had available. A chance to recuperate was definitely needed before. TKST opened with Arcadia, which combined tremendously with the structured lighting design. Carrying on with Words, What If?
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Nothing short of positive vibes were carried across the room as punters happily sang along and waved limbs from side to side. During crowd favourite, Given The Chance, there was a couple of blowouts with the mic, but prompt rectification had the night back on track. Interaction with the crowd increased as the set reluctantly came to an end. First up in the band room, Esther Rivers impressed with her powerful and dramatic vocal.
Backed only by guitarist Chris Geoff, whose dynamic playing provided both intricacy and attitude, the Little Desert singer moved from a soft vocal to a gutsy wail without seeming like a show off. The band appeared to be genuinely enjoying themselves throughout, a fact not lost on the crowd, who showed their appreciation with affectionate revelry.
The merriment showed no signs of slowing down and neither does The Gasometer. Mojo Juju is a force to be reckoned with. Since going solo, the powerhouse musician has built a huge following with her unique blend of country, soul, blues and a touch of jazz. Her presence was immediately apparent, starting with a slow-burner and backed by a full band that included bass, percussion, keys, baritone sax and backup vocals.
Next she gave us a song from her former band, the Snake Oil Merchants, which pleased many of her long-standing and loyal fans. Anything bigger and you lose your connection with the crowd. So Alpine are doing all right to pack out The Forum on a Saturday night, and they showed class and taste with their selection of support acts.
Olympia was like if Florence Welch ditched the machine to front a one woman band. That one woman, Olivia Bartley, has the voice of a s film noir femme fatale — ranging from quiet and desperate to huge and deadly. Pearls were also killer. Now for the main event: Alpine were as polished and shiny as a rare gemstone, and just as priceless.
It was like watching Kate Bush take on Stevie Nicks in a title fight. The good thing about having just two albums is they had time to play all the hits. Hands got a workout early, with Gasoline, Foolish and Damn Baby populating the back end of the set. All round, it was a damn good show, full of sparkly pop and energy. Of course, that was before these two icons combined for the seminal single I Got Burned in Rogers and The Bamboos emerged in sharp suit jackets, shirts and skinny ties; guitarist and bandleader Lance Ferguson front and centre with Rogers as they launched into material off the new album.
As is often the case when the audience is unfamiliar with the material, the set can feel a bit like a first date. It started a little slow, the audience giving a courteous head bop and nervous applause to the first couple of tracks. From here on in, the relationship flourished.
The Bamboos brought the funk and soul whilst Rogers. One of the biggest applauses for the night came for the track Lime Rickey.. This 80s-esque pop rock track sounds like something from Back To The Future. Plus, Auldist quite possibly possesses the most soulful set of lungs in Australia. Naturally, the set finished where the collaboration began, bringing it home with I Got Burned.
Arguably, his hitchasing days are over, and if the relaxed performance documented in this live album is anything to go by, perhaps the pressures that came with them are gone too. The US songwriter is infamous for creating music to drown your sorrows in, and this live album shows he is not oblivious to that. Ultimately, this feel good quality makes the performance more endearing and makes Adams a more relatable figure than ever before. Adams is living proof that after pathos, there is laughter.
It has long been said that Ryan Adams would make his best work locked in a room with nothing but a four track recorder and a guitar. Janet effortlessly reclaims the crown with an irresistible fuck-jam, setting the mood with ambient storms in the background. New album asdfasdf out now.
Embrace the sub-bass. Sydney trio Black Vanilla creep low through an arrhythmic mist, lunging back and forth with physical menace. This is dangerous music.
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Black Vanilla reach on a higher level while digging deep. The film clip is very, very good. Alley WABZ 2. Why Make Sense? Alpine have never had much trouble standing out. With their debut EP, Zurich, and LP A Is for Alpine, not only did their sound reach beyond the immediate indie-rock spectrum, but it came with an accessibility that belied their genre-defiant nature, resulting in some of the more interesting music coming out of Melbourne at the time.
The song is a phenomenal piece of work; all French pop strings and Nile Rodgers chord inversions on chirpy nylon string guitar. Placed second in the tracklist, Foolish is surrounded by the lush Come On and the hypnotically bouncy Crunches, both of which are charming in their own way. As the album continues in this fashion, it feels like a deep exploration into a stylistic region that offers little reward.
All that should be said is Alpine are capable of a lot better. Run For Cover Records are well known on the Tumblr-sphere for their catalogue of emo and pop punk revivalism, including acts such as Title Fight, Elvis Depressedly and Tigers Jaw among others. Opener Cement sets the scene with a crunchy, down-tuned bass that would sound right at home on an early Swans record. Riff-centric Dive Into My Sun is a soft grunge track that maintains the driving bass, while Ten takes the heavier route, letting guitarist Nick Hamm go all out.
Heaviside is a lush, melodic piece that could stand on its own as an instrumental, and the penultimate Yellow Love forgoes drums for reverb-soaked guitars and poetic lyrics. Energetic lead single Stain lets lead vocalist Mat Kerekes show off his range, which roams from screaming post hardcore verses to harmony-laden choruses.
All the djent elements are present: the grooves are polyrhythmic, but strong and catchy at the same time; the guitars rumble and crush; and the vocals are delivered with throat-ripping intensity. Across the five-track EP, the vocals are almost all dirty, but when the cleans finally arrive on last track Boundless, the contrast is a joy to behold.
But is the songwriting up to scratch? Crestfallen is an excellent collection of tunes in its own right, which stands firm next to some of the best that this sub-genre has to offer. There may be minimal melody from a vocal point of view, but the music more than makes up for it, ensuring this is a memorable release. My only complaint is that, at just 19 minutes, the EP whizzes by, and you feel a strong need to turn around and hear it all again.
Overall, Auras have come out with a very solid offering, which has me hankering for a full length. For the past couple of years, the 25 year old singer from Fort Worth, Texas has been converting crowds across the US and earning his place behind the pulpit. Tickets to his shows are currently moving faster than a church collection plate in Balaclava. Better Man is a song about trying to get your girl back — apparently Bridges would swim across the Mississippi River for his. Brown Skinned Girl makes me giggle. Flowers is the pick of the bunch, getting the parish on its feet, praying for salvation.
Ben Mason recently paid tribute to The Zombies with a purist reinterpretation of their album Odyssey and Oracle. The trilling strings of cinematic opener Birds On the Wire conjure an image of animated bluebirds, while horns and woodpecker-like percussion introduce the pastoral folk-pop song Help The Best Things Grow. Doors open 8pm with free entry. And if her recently released single Kill it Yourself is anything to go by, the album is sure to be killer. Roll them a beer from a safe distance and contact us at soquieticanwork tooquiet. Shoot an email through to mark gunnmusic.
Happy July, more like happy month of Splendour. Three weeks and counting. We hope you are enjoying the first week of the school holidays and to all the Uni students out there, hope you are embracing your freedom from exams. July also means the triple j Unearthed High competition is now open. Unearthed are looking for the best high school acts in the country. The best entries will be played on national radio, and if you win, triple j will fly you to their studio to record, remix or master a track.
This is the best opportunity imaginable for a young musician so get on it. Head to www. Mango Retreat are a Melbourne indie folk four piece, and about a month ago they released their first single called Low Commotion. Support them in their early days here www. Hours of operation: 9. Tell us about The Factory: The Factory Rehearsal Centre for the Arts offers recording and rehearsal space for bands, solo artists, hip hop artists, choirs and brass bands.
There is a range of tuition available including vocals, guitar and keyboard. Professional standard studios and recording sessions are available for schools midweek and include instruments and accessories. What rooms and facilities are available? All rooms are air-conditioned and heated and have acoustic treatment. The loud band room is 14x9 metres in size and includes a quality PA system and microphones.
Three dance studios with sprung floors, mirrors, pianos and PA systems are also available. Four tutorial rooms designed for vocal, guitar and keyboard lessons are also available for hire. What instruments are available for hire? Studio quality guitars, basses, keyboards and DW drum kit with Paiste series cymbals are available to hire and use during your sessions.
What are the cost of rooms and are there any special deals? There is free parking available with level loading access. Extras: lounge, kitchen, food and drink vending machines. Phone: Website: www. Get this though, if you show up to The Spotted Mallard Fact Hunt trivia night on Tuesday with a finished crossword you get a head start of three points. Compact, easy, sound systems you can pickup and assemble yourself. Components such as microphones, speakers and effects are also available separately.
Lights also available. For details phone Mark Barry on 03 or Muzeek is a new Sydney start-up that claims it will revolutionise the way the music industry does its live bookings. The site allows artists, venues, managers and promoters to send out booking requests and incorporates the sharing of contracts, worksheets and payment. Acts can post links to social media, videos and info as music style, location, cost and availability. Fiorentini says that unlike the recorded music industry, the live sector has not caught up to digital developments.
The online process will cut costs for venues and make more money for bands, he said. On behalf of its residents, Moonee Valley Council wants the operators of nearby Flemington Racecourse and the Royal Melbourne Showgrounds which come under City of Melbourne to introduce restrictions on the events there. The Age reported that Council wants events to lower volume, wrap up by 10pm, and spread them through the year instead of just in summer. The residents also complained about lack of public transport and parking, and anti-social behaviour by attendees.
A meeting was held with the operators Victoria Racing Club and Royal Melbourne Showgrounds , reps from government and transport authorities. No decision was made but issues were aired. Last August Queensland fencing company Pink Fence Pty Ltd filed an application for a winding up order but it was dismissed a month later. He rushed to the band onstage and signalled them to keep playing.
They have sharply questioned the figures. It covered the success of the Albert and Young families in music. Frank Sinatra notched up 75 weeks with My Way between April and September but it was not a consecutive stay. The track was on their album Good Heavens Mean Time. Armani discovered it on YouTube. The band was formed in by brothers Martin and Rory Cooke. It will feature a panel of SXSW veterans giving tips from 6. The meet is being held as band showcases and film submissions began on June Further info from Phil Tripp at tripp sxsw.
Canadian DJ superstar Deadmau5 settled a dispute with Disney over the design of the mouse head he wears on stage. After trademarking the logo in 30 countries over the past ten years, the DJ Joel Zimmerman tried to trademark it in America last September for use on merchandising and endorsement deals including BMX Bikes. But Disney objected. But reports are that it has been settled amicably, although no specific details are known. In March, Senior featured on Fraser A. The capactty room, which features live acts on Fridays and Saturdays, is found in the Lido Cinemas complex which opened last week.
More Australians are watching videos on their mobiles, says a report by the Interactive Advertising Bureau. JOY An operation 12 months ago to remove a growth from his left vocal cord showed it to be benign but a more recent one was malignant. Ill: Nickelback cancelled their North American tour after Chad Kroeger was diagnosed with a vocal cyst.
She pleaded guilty at the Downing Centre Local Court. He claims the man had been bullying the lad for three years. Died: prolific New Orleans jazz musician Harold Battiste, Died: singer, guitarist, pianist, and songwriter Wendell Holmes of US funk soul Holmes Brothers, 71, complications due to pulmonary hypertension.
Died: Louisiana rapper Young Ready, 31, in a shooting. Over a thousand ravers were estimated to be at the all-night party on private property. But it was closed down after noise complaints. A 22 year old man from Lismore was charged with the supply of illegal drugs after a Tarago van with six people, whom authorities claim were on their way to the rave, was searched.
The alleged cache included 97 E-tabs, two bottles of LSD liquid and cannabis. Following widespread condemnation from the indie sector and Taylor Swift refusing to list her album Apple Music will pay indie artists during their three-month free trial. After selling 60 million albums and 30 million singles, Linkin Park have used their moolah to invest in a number of start-ups, including the delivery app Shyp and carshare app Lyft. Sun 5 July 3.
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