Suburbiasuburbia have released their latest single, Bad Day Loser. The track is a song about losing the lot, but finding a way. It refers to the much vaunted slippery slide of compounding conditions thrown up by life. Specifically the lyrics mention a traffic vignette featuring a couple who upon being stopped by Police for a […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #76 HERE It’s been a massive week for Australian metal, with the confirmation that Gold Coast metal outfit Sunk Loto will be making a long-awaited comeback with the announcement of shows on the Gold Coast and Brisbane over the next few months. We caught up with frontman Jason Brown to […] …Continue Reading

Australian rock-blues provocateurs Suburbiasuburbia return, with Bad Day Loser, the follow-up to their last sonic ram-raid Bruce Hwy Elbow, which attracted tonnes of interest from radio and streaming platforms across the country. Bad Day Loser is an up-to-the-minute slice of pure unashamed rock with all of the band’s might and mettle intact: mischievous sense of […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #69 HERE The travelling Under The Southern Stars Festival docks in Queensland this weekend, stopping at Caloundra today before heading to the Gold Coast on Saturday and Brisbane on Sunday so if you are anywhere near those cities and are looking for something to do this weekend get yourself an […] …Continue Reading

The indelible blues-rock sound of Suburbiasuburbia is back, with Bruce Hwy Elbow, their follow-up to the recently released tracks Swifty Goes to the Shop, Breakdown in the Toll Tunnel, and the unanimously praised debut album, Landfill (2021). The Bruce Highway is one of the world’s most dangerous highways…death, injury, carnage, and horror are all a […] …Continue Reading

The music industry needs more bands like Suburbiasuburbia. Bands who sing music about real life happenings that others might shy away from, but adding a touch of humour and individuality in the process. Playing a fusion of hard rock and blues that the band has described as “raspy, passionate screams from your next door neighbour’s […] …Continue Reading