Tag Archives: Golden Robot Records

Fyre Bird Debut

Two-piece indie rock outfit Fyre Byrd have dropped their debut single ‘Take Me Out’, through Golden Robot Records. Brother and sister, Joshua and Daniella (their surname enigmatically in absentia) have a musical chemistry that’s developed as they’ve grown over the years. Based in Adelaide, they’ve been making their presence known courtesy of Daniella’s animalistic drumming and Joshua’s vocals and heavily distorted guitar that ...

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Rose Tattoo & Girlschool Anniversary Party 2018

High octane Aussie rockers  Rose Tattoo have this year mapped out for them with their Blood Brothers 2018 tour taking them round the world with a pit stop in the UK where they’ll be having the formidable support of Girlschool. The tour coincides with the bonus reissue edition of their Blood Brothers album on 18th May through Golden Robot Records. First released in ...

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Flickertail – Hurry Up And Wait

Flickertail hail from Sydney’s Inner West, but there’s apparently some Irish lineage in them too. They previously operated under the handle of The Bitter Sweethearts and drop names like Thin Lizzy, The Darkness and Oasis as inspiration if you filter that through a garage band you’re about on key. They operate on the catchy end of rock, tunes that by ...

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Palace of the King – Get Right With The Maker

Palace of the King  have just released ‘I Am the Storm’, their second single from their new album Get Right With The Maker due out on 23rd March through Golden Robot Records. The full track listing for  Get Right With The Maker has now been revealed as ‘I Am The Storm’, ‘It’s Been A Long Time Coming’, ‘Sold Me Down the River’, ‘A Dog ...

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The Lockhearts – Americana Doom Fuzz

The Lockhearts release their full length album Americana Doom Fuzz worldwide as of 13th April. Fronted by Tim Meaco (vocals/guitar), with Jameel Majam (bass), Samuel Sheumack (guitar) and Steve “Woodie” Woodward (drums), The Lockhearts formed in Sydney’s inner west over a shared love of Aerosmith, The Rolling Stones, Tom Petty and, apparently, hot sauce. Taking up an 18 month residency at Sydney’s Brighton Up ...

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The Kids Get School

Remember being 16? When it was you against the world because, well, the world was against you? Being a kid today is harder than ever: Social and family pressures, the expectations of teachers and peers, the fallout from a selfie gone wrong…It’s a jungle out there and only the young really understand. So enter teenage punks The Kids from Sydney, Australia, who’ve ...

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Rose Tattoo -Tatts Live In Brunswick 1982

36 years back an Australian radio station played this live show from the Bombay Bicycle Club across the Antipodean airwaves. It’s hard to believe. Hard to conceive that it happened so long ago, and incomprehensible that something so raw and savage – with language not for the faint-hearted – would get played in that format. So what is it? A ...

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Little Caesar – Album, Single & UK Tour Due

US rock ‘n’ roll survivors Little Caesar have signed a global deal with Golden Robot Records for the release of their first studio album in six years, titled Eight it will be available as of 16th March. In the month before, they will drop their first single, a semi-power ballad taken from the parent album titled ‘Time Enough For That’ and being a UK tour ...

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The Iron Horses – April Rain

The Iron Horses will release their new single ‘April Rain’ on 8th December through Golden Robot Records. Back in 2015, over In Sydney, Australia singer Duncan Welsh and guitarist Ciaran Loughran began writing songs on a weekly basis; “Over numerous late night, boozy, jam sessions” its been said. Once bassist Peter Holt (Not to be confused with the Climax Blues ...

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Kilbey Kennedy Release Glow & Fade

Kilbey Kennedy’s fifth album Glow And Fade celebrates a decade of collaborations from Antipodean musicians Steve Kilbey and Martin Kennedy, and will become available on the 24th November through Golden Robot Records. If the names appear not too familiar on UK shores, their credentials speak highly of their work, and in the case of Kennedy his music must certainly have ...

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