Nov 292006


Yo Rockers,

Following the slammin’ success of MONDO ROCK on The Countdown Spectacular tour, the band are regrouping this week for 5 full-on-revved-up-stand-alone shows in New South Wales, Australia.

Weds 29 Nov Cessnock Supporters Club
Thur 30 Nov Belmont 16 Footers Club (yachts!)
Fri 1 Dec Sth Sydney Juniors
Sat 2 Revesby Workers
Sun 3 Dee Why RSL

Full booking details are at so visit Ross to get the all the hot info.

Mondo Rock are: Ross Wilson vocals, Eric McCusker guitar, James Black keys, Paul Christie bass & Kerry Jacobsen drums

That’s it, one week only – there’s no tour.

If you live elsewhere in Australia (or in another part of this big world) you might consider booking a flight and making a MONDO Sydney wild weekend of it.

In ROCK we trust,


Nov 062006


Berlin GERMANY – please tell your friends!

Dear guitar diva fans,

Penny has been on tour in Spain and France for the last month, getting rave reviews and rockin’ out as only she can and she’s headed to Berlin for a gig before returning home to Melbourne.

Thurs 9th Nov at White Trash, Berlin – Penny Ikinger/solo


Wed 22nd Nov at THE SPOT Sydney Road Brunswick 11.30 pm Penny Ikinger and the Evolution

Thurs 30th Nov at IdGaff Bar, 160 Hoddle Street, Collingwood – Penny Ikinger/solo

Visit to get more info and to hear the some seriously sonic, seriously sexy songs featuring Penny’s patented dirty guitar sounds.

Cheers, Karen

Nov 042006

DRUM ROLL PLEASE! Heya Hipsters, Daddy Cool’s album ‘The New Cool’ is available in stores all around Australia as of today, Saturday November 4th! This is Daddy Cool’s magnum opus and baby, it’s beyond cool. You can hear a few of the finger-poppin’ hip-shakin’ party-startin’ tunes from ‘The New Cool’ on Daddy Cool’s myspace page [more]

Nov 042006

16MM LAUNCH WRAP AND GIG Saturday 4 November Yo Music Lovers: Here’s a message from 16 Millimetre: Thanks to everyone who helped celebrate the EP launch. It was bigger, louder and more ravishing than anyone could have imagined. Special thanks to; Jess The East’s in-house engineer who took the brakes off and let the band [more]