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Let's spend the night together With The Rolling Stones set to bring their rescheduled Australian 14 On Fire tour to Hope Estate, TE spoke to legendary promoter MICHAEL GUDINSKI about bringing one of the biggest bands on the planet to the Hunter.

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BLOW Thursday, 9.30pm • Go Aside from his turn as unhinged gonzo journalist Hunter S Thompson in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, this could very well be the best role in Johnny Depp’s career. This true story follows the life of George Jung (Depp) - a small-time hood who rose through the ranks to become the king of cocaine in America in the hedonistic 1980s.Starting out as a small-time marijuana dealer, Jung became part of the Medellin drug cartel, headed by none other than Pablo Escobar.

KRISTIN HERSH Friday, June 6 Factory Theatre, Marrickville Throwing Muses frontwoman Kristin Hersh is returning to Sydney for the first time in seven years for her intimate Words & Music show featuring her unique stories stories and powerfully emotional songs. After founding the influential art-punk band Throwing Muses, at age 14, Kristin Hersh went on to spend the next 25 years confounding expectations and breaking rules - her own and others. Her solo-mostly-acoustic career spun off in 1994 and has lived in parallel to the Muses. Her first solo release, Hips and Makers was widely acclaimed and since, Hersh has released a steady stream of solid and distinctly individual solo albums. However, her latest work of passion is her beloved band, Throwing Muses’ epic work, Purgatory / Paradise. An entirely listener-funded recording, written and demoed in public and in full conversation with the audience meant to consume it, the project was published as a hardcover art book with a CD mounted inside 60 pages of photos, lyrics and narrative prose.

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Sure, it is debauched and the majority of its characters devoid of any moral compass, but Martin Scorsese’s biopic of the life of nefarious stockbroker Jordan Belfort, could just be the iconic director’s magnum opus. Based on Belfort’s book of the same name, The Wolf of Wall Street charts Belfort’s rise from a Long Island penny stockbroker to becoming the founder of his own firm, Stratton Oakmont. Along the way, Belfort was involved in a massive securities scam that involved widespread corruption on Wall Street. Leonardo DiCaprio is brilliant as the amoral Belfort but, Jonah Hill threatens to steal the show as Belfort’s partner-in-crime Donnie Azoff.

THE PIXIES INDIE CINDY Out Now While there are flashes of the Pixies of old on their first studio album in 23 years - Indie Cindy never lives up to the skewed indiepop brilliance of albums like Surfa Rosa and Doolittle. While Frank Black is in fine caterwauling form and Joey Santiago is still bringing those slinky, snakey guitar lines, the absence of original bass wielder Kim Deal is noticeably absent. In fact, this kind of sounds like a side project of Frank Black, Joey Santiago and David Lovering, rather than a Pixies record. Their heavier, rockier moments kind of come of sounding like a band trying to do the Pixies, yet it is in the quieter moments such as the standout Greens and Blues where this album truly shines. This is by no stretch of the imagination a bad record, but definitely not the best in the Pixies formidable indie-rock canon.

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n wha t is ar guably the bigg est thing to happen to the H unter Valley music ally in, w ell, forev er, The R olling Stones are headin g our way, as part of the rescheduled Australian leg of their 14 On F ire tour and promoter Michael Gudinski (pic ured below) tol d TE tha t the sho w w ould be unlike an ything the H unter had seen before. STEPHEN BISSET

“It really is the biggest show we’ve done up that way and while I’m not going to go into spec ifics on ho w much a sho w lik e this costs, this is one band tha t definitely don’t do things by halves,” he said. “This will be a full produc tion show and will be absolutely enormous. W e’re all very pleased and v ery e xcited to be able to get this extra show in the H unter, but I guarantee it will be one show only.” Originally slated for March, the band had

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barely touched do wn in A ustralia before the the tragic dea th of f rontman Mick Jagger’s girlfriend L’Wren Scott prompted the band to return home. While the M ushroom R ecords founder said he always had faith that rescheduled dates w ere alwa ys on the c ards, the last mon th had been “torturous” for all involved. “I alwa ys had grea t fai th tha t the tour would be rescheduled, but, when y ou’re dealing w ith such tragic c ircumstances, it’s just a matter of patience. “There is definitely a sense of relief , but it really is a kind of ‘ fat lady sin gs’ situation - I don’t really think it will be possible to fully relax un til they walk offstag e in Auckland [the last show of the tour].” Gudinski said that, when the opportunity arose for e xtra da tes in the rescheduled tour, the Hunter Valley was high on the list due largely to the success of tours such as Bruce Springsteen, earlier this year. “Those Hunter Springsteen shows were great - i t’s such a g ood v enue and w ith plenty of room for the Stones to set up their full produc tion,” he said. “When you’re g etting ac ts of the c alibre of the Stones - I mean just look at their catalogue, it’s just hit after hit after hit - it’s only going to open the door for more hug e ac ts to want to come and play in the Hunter.” While the logistic s of brinin g one of the largest bands on the planet are alwa ys going to be mind bogglin g, Gudinski remained philosophical. “It certainly has been a lon g road but, hey, it’s only rock and roll, but I like it.” The Rolling Stones pla y at Hope Estate on Saturday, November 15. Tickets are on sale no w. H ead to tick etmaster.com.au for more information.

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eparately, w ith son gs lik e Ginger M an, E very M other’s Son, Reminiscing, Cool Change and Help Is On the Way - Brian Cadd and Glenn Shorrock are icons of the A ustralian music industr y. Together, though, they c reate something truly special. Cadd and Shorrock ( who w ent on to become a global sensa tion as f rontman for the Li ttle Ri ver B and) first started collaborating in 1969 in what was dubbed Australia’s first “ supergroup”, Axiom - best kno wn for such iconic tracks as Arkansas Grass and Little Ray of Sunshine - and i t is a music al f riendship tha t has stood strong ever since - lon ger than a lot of marriages. “We started out in our twenties or thereabouts and we really did evolve together,” Cadd told TE. “We met during a period in both our lives where we were learning about songwriting and performing and when you go through that together, it g ives me a g reat sense of confidence on stage, knowing that the guy next to me is completely on the same page as me.”

Cadd and Shorrock w ill be hi tting the Hunter for a run of dates this week with a sho w, dubbed, The S tory o f Sharky and the Caddman (named after an album featuring reworkings of their respective and collec tive son gbooks, released last y ear) and C add said the Hunter region was alwa ys high on his tour agenda. “Newcastle always provides c rowds

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that just love their rock and roll - i t’s a true rock and roll town.” When C add’s outfi t The Groop disbanded in 196 9 he paired up w ith Shorrock (along with Don Mudie (The Groop), Doug Lavery (The Valentines) and Chris Stockley (Cam-Pact) to form Australia’s first super group - Axiom - and while they only released tw o albums and disbanded two years later

- they became an integral part in the story of Australian rock and roll. “Axiom was part of a mo vement tha t started around 1967 or 1968 in A ustralia where there was this grea t e xplosion of creativity,” Cadd explained. “Prior to tha t everything was a kind of a h ybrid of what was coming out of Americ a and En gland and then, all of a sud den Australia began to rock so mightily with the sound of some truly original music and I’m glad that I was able to be a part of that.” Fast for ward a number of y ears and there isn’t too much of the industr y Cadd hasn’t seen. H e has penned son gs for the likes of Joe Cocker, The Pointer Sisters and Bonnie Tyler, lend his soundtrack talen ts to the likes of Morning of the Earth, Alvin Purple and The Heartbreak Kid as well as sitting on the other side of the fence as a label head, but i t is the art of son gwriting that has kept him so passionate. “I never really saw songwriting as a tool to get myself into the hit parade,’ he said. “For me success was always in the song itself and it is writing that first ignited my passion and definitely what still keeps it going.” Catch Brian Cadd and Glenn Shorrock at Nelson Ba y Digg ers on Thursda y, Ma y 8, B elmont 16s on Sa turday, Ma y 10 and Cessnock Leagues Club on Sunday, May 11.

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From the director of Get Him to the Greek and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Bad Neighbours is an outrageous comedy starring Seth Rogen (Superbad, Knocked Up), Zac Efron (High School Musical) and Australia’s Rose Byrne (Insidious), about a young couple who are forced to live next to a fraternity house after the birth of their newborn baby.

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Chef follows the temperamental Carl Casper (Jon Favreau who also directs), a prestigious name in the world of food who falls from grace and ends up starting his own food truck to recapture his flair and integrity. Casper was once a promising star in the culinary world, whose artistic aptitude has long been restrained by an overbearing restaurant proprietor. With his passion for cooking wilting, Carl’s career takes a turn for the worse, when a prominent food critic Ramsay Michel targets the uninspired Chef .

Belle is inspired by the true story of Dido Elizabeth Belle (Gugu MabathaRaw), the illegitimate mixed race daughter of a Royal Navy Admiral. Raised by her aristocratic great-uncle Lord Mansfield (Tom Wilkinson) and his wife (Emily Watson), Belle’s lineage affords her certain privileges, yet the colour of her skin prevents her from fully participating in the traditions of her social standing. Left to wonder if she will ever find love, Belle falls for an idealistic young vicar’s son bent on change who, with her help, shapes Lord Mansfield’s role as Lord Chief Justice to end slavery in England.

Fading Gigolo [Rated M] Reviewed at Tower Cinemas, Newcastle by Amelia Parrott

3/5

After spending a summer in B arcelona, midnight in Paris and falling in love in Rome, Woody Allen is back in his ol d stomping ground of New York City in Fading Gigolo. After sellin g up the family business, c ash- strapped M urray (Allen) goes into “business” with his struggling florist friend, the tall, dark and handsome, Fioravante (John Turturro), “spreading magic” to the women of the Big Apple - at a price, of course. Fading Gigolo sees wri ter, director and leadin g man, Turturro (The Big L ebowski, O Brother, Where Art Tho u?) explore the ins and outs of rela tionships through some g enuinely well- crafted and unique characters. Liev S chreiber ( The But ler, C SI: Cr ime Sce ne In vestigation) is hilarious and heartwarming as jealous J ewish cop, Dovi, French model/singer/actress, V anessa Paradis is perfec tly c ast as the fragile griev ing w idow, Avigal, and W oody Allen as M urray is, well, Woody Allen - as awkward as ever.

The Other Woman [Rated M] Reviewed at Tower Cinemas, Newcastle by Melissah Comber

0.5/5

Iwujhgskjsdgus. Sorry, I just vomited on my keyboard. If y ou enjo y saccharine- sw eet girly bondin g, ev ery rom- com cliché in the book and films so an ti-feminist that you leave the cinema resigned to a life of ma tching your apron to the whi tegoods, then this drivel is for you. Basically, the wife (Leslie Mann) and two mistresses (Cameron Diaz and Kate Upton) join forces to wreak v engeance on a serial cheater and w orkplace embez zler ( Game o f Thr ones’ Nik olaj Coster- Waldau). W ith s ***- eating grins on their faces they succeed, of course, because, you know, OMG girl power! I think they w ere tr ying to push a stron g woman theme here but it failed The B echdel Test in a stunnin g fashion. Kate Upton runs do wn the beach in a bikini ( which must be wh y she was cast because she can’t act), this line - “So, you really like this guy, huh?”, women getting drunk and doing each other’s hair, resulting in a film tha t Wayans brothers would look at and go, “Dude, we can’t lampoon that because you’ve already done it yourself.”

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5 SAWYERS: Friday, DJ Pastsan; Saturday, Perry Carter; Sunday, DJ Tone. ABSOLUTE THAI: Saturday, John and Mindy. ADAMSTOWN CLUB: Thursday, Seniors Morning Tea Show With Adam Price; Saturday, Loose Change; Sunday, Adam Price. ALBION, Singleton: Thursday, Paul Storey. ANNA BAY TAVERN: Saturday, Top Shelf. AVOCA BEACH BOWLING CLUB: Friday, Soul Station. BAR 121: Friday, Jade Wright; Saturday, The Years. BAR PETITE: Friday, Dean Kyrwood; Saturday, Kirsty Larkin; Sunday, DJ Nicolas. BAY HOTEL: Saturday, Duelling Pistols. BEACHCOMBER HOTEL: Friday, DJs; Sunday, Sunday Sessions. BEAUFORD HOTEL: Saturday, Troy. BELMONT 16s: Wednesday, Allan Caswell; Friday, Deviation; Saturday, Glenn Shorrock and Brian Cadd, The Big Bang Quartet; Sunday, Phillip Crawshaw, Roland Storm and Milton Ward. BELMONT HOTEL: Saturday, Logans Heroes; Sunday, Tim Pringle. BELMORE HOTEL: Friday, Dr Zoom Duo; Saturday, Moonlight Drive. BERESFIELD BOWLING CLUB: Friday, Gen X; Saturday, Moose Preservation; Sunday, Red Dirt Country Band feat. Daniel Thompson. BLACKBUTT HOTEL: Friday, Incognito; Saturday, Moonlight Drive. BRADFORD HOTEL: Saturday, Spank N The Monkey; Sunday, Hummdinger.

BREAKERS COUNTRY CLUB: Friday, Adam Black; Saturday, Jennie Marie Lang. BUDGEWOI SOCCER CLUB: Saturday, Bruce Springsteen & John Mellancamp Show. CAMBRIDGE HOTEL: Friday, King of the North, Miss Ink Newcastle; Saturday, Origin, A Million Dead Birds Laughing, Eternal Rest. CANTON BEACH SPORTS CLUB: Friday, Rebel Rousers. CARDIFF RSL: Friday, The Remedy; Saturday, Cupcakes and Cocktails. CATHO PUB: Sunday, Eye on You. CENTRAL HOTEL, Stroud: Saturday, John Larder. CESSNOCK LEAGUES CLUB: Friday, The Gaudreys; Saturday, Dr Love; Sunday, Brian Cadd and Glenn Shorrock. CHARLESTOWN BOWLING CLUB: Friday, Daniel Arvidson. CLARENDON HOTEL: Friday, Brooke Harvey; Saturday, Pistol Pete. CLUB AZZURRI: Sunday, Latinova CLUB LEMON TREE: Friday, Hey Poncho; Saturday, Arley Black. COLLIERY INN: Friday, Karaoke; Saturday, Pete Sneddon. CUSTOMS HOUSE: Wednesday, Jon T; Friday, Bec Willis; Saturday, ADZdRUMZ; Sunday, Ben Travis. DAVISTOWN RSL: Thursday, Pop and Blues; Saturday, Scott Donaldson; Sunday, Jenny Marie Lang. DENMAN HOTEL: Friday, Just Jace. DOYALSON RSL: Friday/Saturday, Live Entertainment.

LAUREN ARMS MEREWETHER SURFHOUSE FRIDAY, MAY 9

A call to arms Lauren Arms and is a quirky, passionate young soloist, who’s unique habit of mashing songs together brings something a little different to the live entertainment scene. Hailing from Newcastle and having played music her whole life, beginning with piano and ukulele funnily enough, Arms has started to seriously pursue her love for music and performance full time. Her eclectic songbook, that includes the likes of Macklemore, The Temper Trap, Jack Johnson, Beyonce, Vance Joy, MGMT, Gnarles Barkley, The Lumineers, Daft Punk, Nelly and Kanye West and Nicky Minaj, should be enough to keep even the most hard to please music fancier happy. This is one artist who can adapt to any sonic situation.

DEAN KYRWOOD BAR PETITE FRIDAY MAY 9

GEORGE TAVERN: Thursday, Kylie Jane; Friday, Mick Jones; Saturday, Mardmax; Sunday, James Osborn. GRAND HOTEL: Saturday, Adrienne. GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL: Wednesday, Student Night; Tuesday, Open Mic Night. GRETA WORKERS CLUB: Friday, The Gunswingers. GUNYAH HOTEL: Friday, AdzDrumz; Saturday, Ngariki; Sunday, Troy. GWANDALAN BOWLING CLUB: Friday, Karaoke; Sunday, Kristy J. HALEKULANI BOWLING CLUB: Saturday, Malihini’s Over 30s Nightspot.

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DUKE OF WELLINGTON: Friday, Bobby C; Saturday, Daniel Arvidson; Sunday, Guitar Masters with Steve Cowley EAST CESSNOCK BOWLING CLUB: Thursday, Talk of the Town; Saturday, Kadence. EAST MAITLAND BOWLING CLUB: Friday, Loose Bazooka; Saturday, Killer on the Road; Sunday, John Allan. EDGEWORTH TAVERN: Friday, The Crawfish Stew Band; Saturday, Bits and Pieces. ENTRANCE BOWLING CLUB: Friday, Vinyl; Saturday, Afqter Hours. ENTRANCE LEAGUES CLUB: Friday, Kadence; Saturday, KDL; Sunday, Andrew G. EXCHANGE HOTEL: Friday, Sundays Record; Saturday, Rubber Bullet. FAMILY HOTEL: Friday, Spank N The Monkey. FIVE ISLANDS REC CLUB, Speers Point: Sunday, A Touch of Country. GATESHEAD TAVERN: Friday, The V Dubs; Sunday, James Naldo.

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NELSON BAY DIGGERS THE LOUNGE: Thursday, Brian Cadd and Glenn Shorrock; Friday, The Levymen; Saturday, The Snape Brothers; Sunday, Tom Buckley, Karen O’Shea. NORTHERN STAR HOTEL: Friday, Baby Legs & Annie; Saturday, Peter Kinch. NORTHUMBERLAND HOTEL: Friday, Brendan Murphy. OCEAN BEACH HOTEL: Friday, Hayden Johns. OCEAN VIEW HOTEL: Sunday, Pappy and Thriller. ORANA HOTEL: Saturday, The V Dubs. PEDENS, Cessnock: Friday, Tim Usher; Saturday, The Hepburns. PIPPI’S AT THE POINT: Friday, Dave Owen, Howie and Alex; Saturday, Good Grief; Sunday, Matt McLaren. PLOUGH INN: Friday, Allan Friehaut. POTTERS BREWERY: Friday, Karen O’Shea.

KILLER ON THE ROAD EAST MAITLAND BOWLING CLUB SATURDAY, MAY 10

You’ll love them madly Relatively new around the traps, Killer on the Road are set to break on through into the tribute band scene, bringing to the stage the unforgettable sound and theatrics of one of the greatest psychedelic rock bands of all time - The Doors. Killer on the Road replicate the traditional Doors lineup with a spooky accuracy and passionately deliver well known hits such as Light My Fire, Break On Through, Roadhouse Blues, Love Her Madly, Riders on the Storm, and also more obscure tracks such as Peace Frog and The Changeling. All members have grown up living and breathing the music of The Doors, and now invite you to come along and experience the magic, the mystery, and the madness that is the music of The Doors.

DANIEL ARVIDSON DUKE OF WELLINGTON SATURDAY, MAY 10

PRINCE OF WALES: Friday, Nick Connors; Saturday, Mick Jones; Sunday, Bobby C. QUEENS WHARF BREWERY: Wednesday, DJ Patsan; Friday, Jon T; Saturday, Darrenm Overload Duo, Timmy Coffey; Sunday, Uptown, Perry Carter, Ultamaidam Crew. RACECOURSE HOTEL: Saturday, Howard Shearman. REGAL HOTEL, Kurri: Saturday, 4 Letter Word. RIVER ROYAL, Morpeth: Friday, Phonic Duo. ROYAL CROWN, Dudley: Saturday, Karaoke. ROYAL FEDERAL HOTEL: Saturday, Daley Holliday. ROYAL HOTEL, Denamn: Saturday, End of Days. ROYAL HOTEL, Singleton: Sunday, The Gunswingers. ROYAL INN, Waratah: Saturday, Phonic Trio. RUTHERFORD HOTEL: Saturday, Silverhair.

SALAMANDER SHORES: Friday, Katrina Burgoyne. SALAMANDER TAVERN: Sunday, Graeme Mills. SEABREEZE HOTEL: Friday, Dean Dee; Saturday, The Bad and the Ugly. SEVEN SEAS: Saturday, Marriah; Sunday, Jake Davey. SHAFT TAVERN: Friday, AC/DC Show. SHOAL BAY RESORT: Friday, Drewz, Dan Granero, Gemma; Saturday, Jamie Martens, Katrina Burgoyne; Sunday, Amy Fredes, Todd Stewart Duo, Phonic Duo. SHORTLAND HOTEL: Friday, Kim. SOLDIERS POINT BOWLING CLUB: Friday, Pistol Pete; Saturday, The Cruisers. STOCKTON BOWLING CLUB: Friday/Saturday/ Sunday, Entertainment. STOCKTON RSL: Saturday, Midnight Drifters. SYDNEY JUNCTION HOTEL: Friday, The Hazels; Saturday, Disco Ninjas. SWANSEA RSL: Saturday, Earthbound. SWANSEA WORKERS CLUB: Saturday, Adam Price and Friends. THE POURHOUSE, Maitland: Saturday, JJ Emerson. THE SMALL BALLROOM: Wednesday, Ringworm, Against, Caged Grave; Saturday, Ancient Sadness, Dead Eyed Suburbanites; Thomas Blake; Sunday, Jonny Craig. TILLIGERRY RSL CLUB: Friday, Mardmax; Saturday, Karen O’Shea; Sunday, Brooke Harvey. TORONTO DIGGERS: Friday, Terry Mac; Saturday, Bob Allan; Sunday, Emsy. TORONTO ROYAL MOTOR YACHT CLUB: Friday, Lee Rolfe. TORONTO WORKERS CLUB: Friday, Upbeat; Saturday, Robbie and the Rattlesnakes. VUES ON THE BAY: Friday, Sam Idols; Saturday, Deuce; Sunday, Mick Jones. WALLARAH BAY REC CLUB: Friday, Red Alert; Saturday, Diversity; Tuesday, Soul Station. WALLSEND DIGGERS CLUB: Friday, Rock Factor; Saturday, Alotta Classix. WANGI WORKERS CLUB: Friday, Mark Lee. WARNERS AT THE BAY: Friday, Hornet; Saturday, Kings of Kong. WARNERS BAY HOTEL: Thursday, Karaoke; Friday, Aussie Made Radio, DJs; Saturday, Crimson Tide; Sunday, Jumpin Jukebox. WESTS CARDIFF: Saturday, Cover 2 Cover. WESTS NEW LAMBTON PIANO LOUNGE: Wednesday, Frank Wakewood; Thursday, Angamus; Friday, Warren Hunter; Saturday, Stuart Hamilton; Monday, Ben Hanley; Tuesday, Terence Koo. WESTS NEW LAMBTON MARBLE BAR: Friday, Ned Kelly, Iguana; Saturday, Perry Carter, 2 Good Reasons. WICKHAM PARK HOTEL: Wednesday, Wicko Jam Night; Friday, DV8; Saturday, Cajun Blues Party, Glam Slam; Sunday, Garth Prentice Duo, Montezuma. WINDSOR CASTLE HOTEL: Friday, Two Good Reasons; Saturday, Pete Gelzinnis. WYONG BOWLING CLUB: Friday, Red Sweat. WYONG LEAGUES CLUB: Friday, Allstar; Saturday, Granite Revolution.

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Building bridges STEPHEN BISSET

BOY AND BEAR NEWCASTLE PANTHERS SAT, MAY 17

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iven that their latest album, H a r l e q u i n D r e a m , was released in August last year, you’d t hink t hat a lbum’s cycle w ould b e ne aring i t’s end a nd B oy a nd B ear w ould b e re ady to s tart t he pro cess a gain w ith a lbum number three. However, as testament to the beautifully realised driving folk-rock album, it seems Australia a nd no w E urope a nd t he US won’t let Harlequin Dream go. Having completed a n ational tour at the end of l ast y ear, t he b and h ave re cently finished a m ammoth 3 2- date t our of Europe a nd t he US (i ncluding a s tint a t SXSW) and, with nary time to put their feet up, they’re heading back out on Aussie roads again, this time taking in more regional centres. Frontman, D ave H osking t old TE th at, while the band’s schedule had been quite daunting of l ate, it was a good problem to have. “Yeah it has been a little busy, but I guess that’s nice,” he laughed. “It’s a ll a bout p acing y ourself on t ours

like t his - y ou c an’t get t oo e xcited or you’re definitely going to come unstuck. “You really do have to stay kind of disciplined or else you could lose your sanity.” After f irst pi quing t he n ation’s i nterest with th eir d ebut Moonfire, wh ich d rew favourable c omparisons t o t he l ikes of Fleet Foxes for its atmospheric and moody folk p op a nd e nded u p g oing pl atinum -

Boy a nd B ear c ertainly w ent a t le ast one better with Harlequin Dream. The a lbum de buted a t n umber one on the A RIA c harts u pon re lease a nd h as gone on to sell upwards of 35,000 copies in Australia. While H osking s aid t here w as a s ense of p ressure su rrounding t he Moonfire sessions it was more about pressure placed

on themselves rather than any weight of expectation from external forces. “It’s been absolutely fantastic how people have welcomed the album,” he said. “Everyone t alks a bout t hat d readed second album syndrome so it’s nice to have avoided that in some ways. “I me an, t here’s a lways pre ssure w ith any a lbum y ou do bu t I’ d s ay t hat t here was more s urrounding t he f irst a lbum. With Moonfire it w as more a bout u s putting pressure on ou rselves to raise the bar c reatively a lso, t his t ime a round w e are a little wiser and it always helps to have someone l ike W ayne C onolly pro ducing your album.” Hosking s aid t hat Conolly - t he erstwhile axeman f or S ydney in die- rockers T he Welcome Mat and Kinievel and producer of albums for the likes of You Am I, The Fauves, Died P retty a nd S arah Bl asko, broug ht a sense of ease to the sessions that more than came through on the finished product. “Wayne i s just such a chiller - the k ind of guy you really want to hang out with,” Hosking said. “Aside from that, he’s also a bit of a subtle genius who really knew how to get t he b est p erformances f rom a ll of us - our cultural stars definitely aligned.” The dream continues.

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hile South Africa might not be the first coun try tha t comes to mind when discussing hiphop, that is set to chance when one of the country’s most successful independen t hip- hop outfi ts, PHF AT, hi t New castle next week. With sev eral y ears of successful touring, three independen t releases Dinosaur B lood, Y ou A re Going T o Die and Happiness Machines, and more than 300 shows performed in S outh Africa to date - PHFAT’s history reads as a v eritable climbin g of the lad der of the S outh African Music scene. In the tw o years that PHFAT has been a full time rap ac t they ha ve pla yed a t just about ev ery established alterna tive music festival in the country. While this is impressi ve on paper , PHFAT’s proudest asset is their abili ty

to consistently sell out clubs around the country w ith only their name on the flier. The release of their la test sin gle en titled Lights O ut occ urred li ve on J ohannesburg radio sta tion 5f m durin g peek hour on their F resh Drive program - the most popular sho w on S outh Af rica’s most popular radio station. Multiple play listings on radio sta tions countrywide follo wed. The sin gle ev en managed to bea t out elec tronic music giant Skrillex for “H ottest New Track of the week” on 5fm’s #NewFavourite slot. Their ability to consistently output new and original music combined w ith their seemingly unendin g supply of ener gy and immac ulate professional decor um indicates that PHFAT has no intention of slowing down. This one is going to be PHFAT.

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f y ou’re lookin g for a restauran t that c an feed the whole tribe in a f lash, Outback J acks just migh t be y our family ’s new fa vourite. Tucked a way in the Stockland shopping centre a t Glendale, w ith ample parking on i ts doorstep, Outback J acks is a family- friendly steakhouse w ith Aussie flare and bloody good steak! To kick off the nigh t w e or dered up some garlic prawns and calamari from the outback- inspired menu, bec ause w e all know we Aussies love our seafood. Meaty and tender, the prawns were smothered in a rich, buttery garlic sauce and served on a bed of rice in their own ceramic mini camp oven! Even the bush pepper c alamari had an outback tw ist - sliced and scored to look lik e li ttle c roc tails and moreish to boot. We hadn’t even finished our entrées before out mains arri ved on the table that’s another g ood thin g about OBJ s, the service is lightning fast. On extremely positive recommendation I tried the pork ribs. Slo w cook ed in sticky J ack Daniels whiskey glaze and smok ey sauce these babies w ere fallin g- off- the- bone tender . As one w ould expect, the OBJ menu has more steak than y ou c an pok e a stick at - porterhouse, both an gus and wag yu, prime rib on the bone, three varieties of grainfed rump, t-bone, eye filet, whatever your poison, chances are they ’ve got it on the menu. After much considera tion, my dining partner opted for the angus porterhouse, medium rare w ith mushroom sauce. It was cooked to perfection. Simple as tha t. And wha t bet ter side dish for a steak than its traditional Aussie barbeque playmate - salad and slaw. As good as the food was, I have to say the standout offering of our nigh t at Outback

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Hotel on S eptember 19 , 1979 – the nigh t of the infamous Star Hotel riot, one of the biggest in Australian history. “Yeah the Star H otel sho w brough t us a fair amoun t of notoriety and w e w ere actually signed to Alberts on the stren gth of it,” Tinson explained. The band ’s rela tionship w ith the label yielded a self- ti tled album w ith the singles Baby’s Had a Taste/Waiting for You and The Star and t he Slaughter/End of the Road. Both singles made the loc al top ten while the album hit number one. Since c alling it a da y, all members ha ve remained ac tive in the music scene (Tinson and S creen ha ve been seen in Swanee line-ups as well as The Tex Pistols while De Jong and Porteus have played in such acts as The H eartfelt Rodneys, Cool Factor, Djan go W rango, and The Smarts ) however Tinson said tha t the time ma y well and truly be right for more Heroes. “After the show, we are planning to work on a new album, so we’ll just see how it all goes.” TE is gi ving y ou the chance to win a double pass to see the show. To enter, email your name and con tact details to edi torial@newcastlepost.com.au with “Heroes” in the subject line b y no later then 5pm on Tuesday, May 20. Winners will be notified by phone.

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ven if y ou only displa yed a passin g fancy for the fec und New castle music scene in the la te 1970s and early 80s there’s a pretty solid chance tha t you would be familiar with The Heroes. Formed f rom the ashes of glam- rock outfit Rabbi t in 197 7, and fea turing the talents of Mark Tinson on gui tar, Phil Screen on drums, Jim Porteus on bass and Pete D e J ong on gui tar and v ocals, The Heroes became one of the most formidable live acts on the Newcastle scene. They were also one of the first Newcastle acts to make an impression further afield, signing to the iconic S ydney label Albert P roductions. Now, some 32 y ears after they brok e up, The H eroes are hi tting the stag e once again for a show at Wests Cardiff. Dubbed The Heroes and Legends, the show will also feature fellow Novocastrian “legends” Dai Pritchard (Rose Tattoo) and Grant Walmsley (Screaming Jets). “It’s g oing to be a lot of fun, ” gui tarist Mark Tinson told TE. “We’re really enjo ying pla ying tog ether now and the sho w w ill also be a grea t chance to g et tog ether w ith some ol d friends.” Already one of the top a ttractions in the Newcastle scene, The H eroes stock rose considerably after they pla yed at the Star

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Viva Santana

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n c ase y ou c an’t wai t for S ydney punk rock ers, The Har d Ons’ 30th birthda y bash a t the Small B allroom, Blackie and Ray - frontman and bass player from the seminal outfit - will be brin ging their equally high- octane side projec t, Nunchukka Superfly to the Hamilton Station hotel next week. With inf luences as broad as dub , e xperimental, noise, metal, psych, punk and jaz z, these guys offer up one eclec tic music al gumbo and if, you’ve seen them in ac tion, you’ll know that they are one of the loudest bands you’re likely to hear. As music scribe Murray Engleheart said - “Nunchukka Superfly is from the sort of sonic place The Stooges were heading towards on the Funhouse album before bathroom floors and clinical psych assessments got in the way.” With a fanbase tha t includes the lik es of J ello Biaf ra, Mik e Patton, the M elvins and H elmet, this is defini tely a band not to be trifled with.

rom t he mome nt C arlos Santana s et f oot on s tage a t Woodstock in 1969, the guitar legend h as m anaged t o a ttract a nd amass millions of fans from around the w orld, th anks t o s uch m assive hits a s Evil W ays, Bl ack M agic Woman and Smooth. Santana Magic, featuring the guitar talents of John Ryll (pictured) is arguably the best Santana tribute act on the circuit. Having p layed per formed w ith a slew of bands, up and down the East C oast f or t he p ast 28 y ears, Ryll’s influences come from the likes of Gary Moore, Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Healey, and Ian Moss of Cold Chisel. But it’s his first love, Carlos Santana, that drives John’s passion to play like his mentor, making h im one of t he few who c an t ruly do ju stice to t he musical br illiance t hat i s S antana. Santana Magic offer up a high-energy two- set s how t hat i ncorporates t he best of Santana’s massive songbook. The boys will be in town this week for two shows and, as a special treat for Newcastle pu nters, t hey w ill b e bringing acclaimed bassman H arry Brus along for the ride. Best known for h is w ork w ith t he l ikes of M att Finish, K evin B orich, Re nee G eyer, Australian Crawl, Leo Sayer, Marcia Hines, Ji mmy B arnes, Ro ss W ilson

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ou migh t think tha t four y ears is a rela tively lon g time betw een drinks when i t comes to albums, but don’t go thinking that Muswellbrook’s The Dennis Boys Band. While their debut lon g pla yer No Stor y To T ell was released in 2010 , the bo ys have been working on its follow-up, basically ev er since. No w the f ruits of those labours, Up All Night, is set to be launched at the L ass this w eekend and bass pla yer Erle D ennis tol d TE tha t the e xcitement was palpable. “Yeah i t’s defini tely v ery e xciting to be finally releasing the album,” he said. “After we finished recor ding No Story to Tell, w e pret ty much w ent straigh t back into the studio [Sydney’s Glebe Studios]

to work on this current batch of songs and we’ve basically been tink ering away on i t ever since.” While the Dennis Boys’ raison d’etre has always been coun try ( but tempered w ith a ref reshingly modern edg e dev oid of the trappings of U S FM coun try rock and helped along by guitarist Lyle Dennis’ face melting f retwork), this time around, the band have delved into much deeper sonic territory, w ith ev en more f lourishes of punk, reggae and rock and roll. “Lyle and I produced the album and, this time around, bec ause we were more used to w orking in a studio , I’ d sa y w e were much more e xperimental, lookin g at differen t sounds and arran gements which have made for a much fuller album, I think,” he said. With the album done and dusted, Dennis said the plan was to tak e the show on the road once the LP had been ser viced to radio, but for now they will continue doing

what they do best - w owing New castle audiences w ith their amorphous thumping country sound. “At the L ass sho w, w e’ll be pla ying the album in i ts en tirety, which is a bi t of a challenge in i tself, and w e’ll ha ve a few guests there on the nigh t who whelped

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