It’s taken over two years to see Boss Moxi’s dream to record their debut album become a reality. From recording in the hills of Maleny in 2012, to playing their last official show in November last year (with the original lineup of Brayden, Dan, Ollie and Sophie), Boss Moxi are ecstatic to announce the wait is finally over. Oddball is ready.
After the unprecedented success of their Indiegogo campaign – which saw fans pledge $5,675 – Boss Moxi have been working tirelessly to bring this dream to life.
“It’s been a long time coming. It’s been a very long, arduous journey that’s finally come to an end, and we’re super proud of what it’s become,” says lead singer Brayden Doig.
Coinciding with the album officially being released on April 17th, 2015, a slightly altered lineup of Boss Moxi will be hitting Sydney, Melbourne and the Sunshine Coast for one last send off. Their notoriously energetic and electrifying live show will be missed, with these final shows guaranteed to be their finest yet.
Presented by Bedlam Records, and co-presented by Howl & Echoes and Sailor Jerry, this tour will also be sponsored by Triple R.
Following on from live sessions including Millions, The Creases and The Bennies, Bedlam Records is proud to present Romeo Moon – Live @ Bedlam.
Hailing from Melbourne, Romeo Moon have spent the last six months working tirelessly in support of their debut EP, Wander. Pulling comparisons from Radiohead to Grizzly Bear and everything in between, it was a tour with Brisbane’s Twin Haus that saw the band head north – right into our studio. It was here we caught them live in action, moving seamlessly from jam to jam, and captivating all who were present with their dulcet tones and intricate arrangements.
Locking in a solid 14 minutes of footage, including a standout performance of their track, Tune In Tune Out, the video captures Romeo Moon doing what they do best. Highlighting just how cohesive and refined they are as a group, yet how personal and emotive they are as well, this is about as intimate as you can get!
This April will see the legendary punk rock band Guttermouth tour Australia, presented by Bedlam. After the disastrous “Farewell” tour in 2013, being homeless and broke and having a stint in a Mexican prison, lead singer Mark Adkin feels he owes it to Australia to make amends, and what better way than to do it all again.
The 15 date tour will see the band hit everywhere from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, to Frankston, Mona Vale and Newcastle. What will no doubt be a wild ride, the guys have also hinted at stopping in at Bedlam to lay down some new music. Adkin said in a recent interview with Music Feeds, “There’s some recording happening with the nice people at Bedlam in Brisbane for an Australian exclusive release when we get out there.” So who knows what the fuck could happen.
Shows are beginning to sell out, with early bird tickets being snapped up extremely quickly. Guttermouth are ready to give fans the tour they deserve, as they’ve always considered Australia their second home.
After releasing their double A-side with singles Astro and College, psychedelic shoegaze rockers Fierce Mild are excited to announce their East Coast tour this March, presented by Bedlam Records.
This tour will see the band play a string of dates, including two festival appearances at Melbourne’s Brunswick Music Festival on March 14th and Rock The Bay Festival in St Kilda on March 21st. They will also perform two dates in Brisbane on March 24th and 27th, before making their way back down the coast hitting Port Macquarie on April 1st before wrapping up in Sydney on April 4th.
Fierce Mild are becoming known for their compelling songs, and will continue on from this by returning to the studio post-tour to finish their debut EP! They have become a staple in the Melbourne music scene. Following on from debuting their double A-side to a full house at Melbourne’s Yah Yah’s, this tour is set to take their reach even further.
Fierce Mild Tour Dates:
Sunday 15 March – Brunswick Music Festival
Sunday 21 March – Rock The Bay Festival
The Esplanade Hotel, Melbourne
Boss Moxi have finally created their debut album, and now they need your help to fund the final process. The 5 piece have been making music together since high school, and it was a fateful trip to Maleny, QLD that saw what would become this album come together. Two years later, two successful singles already released (Song of Joan and Nymphomaniac), countless shows and a tour along the East Coast of Australia, and they are ready to release it to the world. All they need now is a little help to get it along the way.
Setting the goal at $7000, Boss Moxi have set up a number of perks including exclusive streams, hard copies, piss ups, drunk jams and even the offer to have your initials tattooed on Bassist Dan Milad and frontman Brayden Doig. With the money raised, the band will not only be able to master, print, press and release the album – they’ll also be able to promote their music internationally, as well as hitting the road again for a celebratory tour. They need 700 fans to donate $10 each, and their dream will become their reality.
With band members studying abroad and life getting in the way, this album has been a long time coming for Boss Moxi. Head to Indiegogo for more details of how you can get involved in not just saving them as a band, but also truly beginning their future as one.
Well-oiled from lots of airings in the past year, The Creases’ 2014 single ‘Static Lines’ gets a confident airing in Bedlam Studios as part of their Live at Bedlam series. The fellas have a bit of fun with this one and It’s as hummable as ever, all giddy with melody and distortion.
After the success of his debut EP H22 and subsequent East Coast tour in October, Brisbane-via-Papua New Guinea’s JON is not one to sit still for very long. He and labelmate Midas.Gold have combined forces and flows to deliver What I Hear -the first track off JON’s highly anticipated debut LP, due out in 2015.</p>
<p>Produced by Harry Jackson of Psywife, What I Hear is one hell of a leap forward for both artists. From Midas.Gold’s one of a kind voice and lyricism, to JON’s undeniably skilled flow, What I Hear shows the pair as a force to be reckoned with, together and solo.</p>
<p>The accompanying film clip – directed, filmed and edited by Maria Bui – is an aesthetically beautiful video captured in one afternoon during one of Brisbane’s most destructive storms. It seems fitting, as both rappers prepare to destroy 2015 with their imminent releases.</p>
<p>Midas.Gold will be supporting legendary Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah on the Brisbane leg of his Australia tour this Friday 12 December, with What I Hear coming out the same day through Bedlam Records.
The Creases have had a fucking massive year and to cap it off they came into the studio to throw down in our latest Live @ Bedlam. This is the second single release from their debut EP Gradient, following the well-received Static Lines. It’s an upbeat indie rock song, drenched with the heavy fuzz and catchy guitar riffs that are a signature of the band’s garage production