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Unfortunately that bastard child of no-one COVID has put paid to yet more planned activities. I hate to mention it week after week but until it pisses off and leaves us to our devices it is a sad reality that cancellations and postponements will become more the norm than an anomoly.
Next weekend sees the postponement of Brisbane’s Moondoll Festival, which in turn leads to Frankenbok having to reschedule their three day Queensland visit as well.
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Celebrations are in order as Australian metal monsters King Parrot join us to look back over their ten-year reign and talk about plans to share their achievement with their Australian fans. Big thanks to Zo Damage for the cover image as well!. Spy VS Spy also dropped in to talk about New Reasons, their first album in 28 years and Lord Of The Lost explain the concept behind their double album Judas.
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Spy Vs Spy are a true Australian working-class success story.
After starting life as vocal supporters of Sydney’s homeless squatters in the early part of the 1980s, the band evolved into a strong touring outfit that became the benchmark for pub rock in this country.
Although never quite reaching the heights for which they undoubtedly deserved, Spy Vs Spy continued their assault on stages around the country, putting out a slew of successful singles including One of a Kind, Don’t Tear It Down and Forget About The Working Week.
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