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By: Steaze Magazine  09-Dec-2011
Keywords: Radio Stations, Commercial Radio, Band Room

Last Wednesday night saw THNKR rock the shit out of the Toff, in Melbourne. Steaze was fortunate enough to get along to the gig and watch the boys play their debut show. The Toff band room was packed, which saw a crowd ranging from 18 to 70 years young (of course), although from what I..

The Parklife Festival saw itself hitting up Melbourne over the weekend playing around the Sidney Myer Music Bowl. An event that sees both national and international acts touring the country, which included acts like Santigold, The Streets, Lykke Li and Digitalism. Parklife was the official opening of the festival season. A season that attracts patrons..

Last Friday night saw Sydney based band Sparkadia hitting up Melbourne’s Forum Theatre to play a show as part of their recent album release The Great Impression. A follow up album to their debut album Postcards, which has seen Sparkadia receiving airtime on commercial radio stations like nova and fox. Therefore it was no surprise..

The iconic Melbourne bar, which once brought hundreds of intrigued hipsters to drink amongst its smelly dumpsters and graffiti littered walls has now been revived in East Brunswick. St Jerome was the bar that spawned a multi-national musical festival from its dank, grungy space in Caledonia lane. Once a Swedish Meatball house, it was only..

Drift is set to be one of Australia’s next landmark film featuring local boy Sam Worthington (Avatar, Clash of the Titans & his best screen play would have to be his role in Australia’s TV Series Water Rats). Drift follows the story of two brothers from the 70’s who set up a local surfboard business..

What Horrible Bosses lacks in a deep and meaningful plotline it makes up for with an array of punchy one-liners that stick around until the very end. The film does not fit the familiar format that we’ve come to love in recent comedies, but this makes it more entertaining and much less predictable. The three..

The late winter sun penetrated early this year, lifting the spirits of Melbournians everywhere. It is no coincidence that the mood of the general public increases enormously when the weather is better and when moods improve, people are more inclined to give away free shit. The Panics, being the chilled individuals that they are decided..

Melbourne is about to launch another indie electronic/rock band THNKR into its music scene and Steaze Magazine has been fortunate enough to proudly support their launch. THNKR is made up of Fin Bradley, Henry Badgery, Carl Pires, Sean White and Jonathon Colliver and they are set to make their official launch at The Toff on..

Here at STEAZE we appreciate music, and how we listen to that music is the topic of much debate at our bi-weekly board meetings. Everyone will agree that those iconic white iPod headphones just don’t cut it anymore, and these days you need something a tad more sensitive to really capture the genius behind our..

On Thursday 4th of August Neon Trees took to the stage in front of their fan base predominantly consisting of young, somewhat attractive females and conversely seedy, pathetic guys who were trying to pick up these females. But enough about the audience, because we’re here to review the performance of this lively band from Utah..

The East Coast of Australia will be greeted by the emergence of a new festival this November called Harvest – A Civilised Gathering, a creation of the Soundwave Festival Team. Harvest will visit Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in early November.   Harvest is described as ‘a new dimension in music and arts’ packed into a..

For those of you who wont be able to make the journey to ‘Splendour in the Grass’ in the last weekend of this month, you still have a chance to catch some of your favourite bands play in Melbourne. Here are a few suggestions from the Steaze team on gigs you should get to that..

Miami Horror played at the Forum Theatre on Saturday the 9th of July, as part of their ‘Summersun’ Tour, which was to promote their latest album ‘Illumination’. Having not paid much attention to these guys after seeing them play the Falls Festival in 09/10, their progress has been substantial, which caught the Steaze team by..

SLR Mount for iPhone This may look ridiculous and you’ll probably feel like a bit of a twat with a lense like this on the front of your iPhone, but for all those who like a high quality photo on the go, the Photojojo iPhone 4 SLR Mount will sort you out. Making the most..

When you hear that there is an organisation called the ‘LEGO Certified Professionals’ that is made up of a group of eleven adults that have generated their love of LEGO block into a career, it’s hard not to laugh. To be a member of this organisation you must have a high level in both building..

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