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LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: DAY 3 OF HOLDYFEST

LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: DAY 3 OF HOLDYFEST

The final day of The Holdy’s inaugural three-day music festival, HoldyFest, left listeners with a mix of serenity, madness and fulfillment—all with great cause. Five-piece, Lost Woods opened with songs that were somewhat upbeat with a relaxing rhythm, the harmonies and peaceful guitar riffs making you drift off to your happy place. The music was...
A LITTLE BIT ABOUT ACOLYTE’S DAVID VAN PELT

A LITTLE BIT ABOUT ACOLYTE’S DAVID VAN PELT

Melbourne born prog-rock band, Acolyte, is ready for their debut album Shades of Black to drop this Friday, the 5th of August. They’re also excited for the launch in their familiar hometown. Opening acts have been announced as: Lung Band, HeadtorcH and Ten Thousand, all of who have new material for the thirsty crowd. TEO...
STANSBURY RELEASE NEW SINGLE AND REVEAL THE INTIMATE DETAILS BEHIND THE TRACK

STANSBURY RELEASE NEW SINGLE AND REVEAL THE INTIMATE DETAILS BEHIND THE TRACK

Alternative Rock band, Stansbury, have recently released their latest single ‘Riverbend’, which follows on from their earlier release ‘Overcome’. The trio have created a piece that is so raw, powerful and real, you’re left with some serious emotions you might have bottled up a long time ago. Guitarist, Paul Bakker, says the song is really...
JAPAM, OH MAN!

JAPAM, OH MAN!

Japam’s DK ‘Mini’ Tour for their debut EP ‘How’s my EP?’ kicked off last night at Enigma Bar in their hometown of Adelaide. With opening acts Skythief and Indiago, each with incredibly different styles, the early hours of the night promised a hectic time. The black couches were sunken and ripped, and the walls were...
GUITARS, BEER AND BIG HAIR; THE RECIPE TO AN EPIC NIGHT!

GUITARS, BEER AND BIG HAIR; THE RECIPE TO AN EPIC NIGHT!

Adelaide venue, The Gov smelt like beer and smoke as I walked in. The open room was dimly lit, providing an intimate atmosphere in preparation for the night’s main act: Coheed and Cambria. The audience varied in ages, from mid-twenties to early-forties, many of which would have been dedicated fans of the band during their...
ALBUM REVIEW: KRISTY COOTE'S FAVOURITE THING

ALBUM REVIEW: KRISTY COOTE’S FAVOURITE THING

Australian pop singer, Kristy Coote, has just released her latest album Favourite Thing, making a fresh mark in the music world from her last album Chocolate Days, which was released eight years ago. Having recorded the album in Nashville, she is excited to come back home to tour Australia once again. The New South Wales...
COHEED AND CAMBRIA TO BE FILLING AUSTRALIA’S VENUES WITH COLOUR AND SUN

COHEED AND CAMBRIA TO BE FILLING AUSTRALIA’S VENUES WITH COLOUR AND SUN

Coheed and Cambria have recently released their seventh album, The Color Before the Sun, taking a turn in their style of record writing from their previous concept albums. TEO Magazine caught up with lead vocalist Claudio Sanchez to talk about his band’s new album and his excitement for touring Australia. TEO: I want to say...
NOTHING BUT BLUE SKIES FOR IVOR S.K. WITH THE RELEASE OF NEW ALBUM: DELTA PINES

NOTHING BUT BLUE SKIES FOR IVOR S.K. WITH THE RELEASE OF NEW ALBUM: DELTA PINES

25-year-old Sydney blues musician, Ivor S.K., has just released his first EP Delta Pines. He plans to do his yearly tour of New Orleans soon, showing the Americans the Australian side to blues. We at TEO spoke to Ivor about his original influences for blues music, why he chose to follow it as a career,...