Interview | DZ Deathrays

Since their early origins in 2008, DZ Deathrays have become a household name in the Aussie punk scene. Currently, they are in the middle of a massive national tour in celebration their third studio album ‘Bloody Lovely’, with pals¬† 1,159 more words


DZ Deathrays - Metro Theatre

DZ Deathrays are taking their punk fest on tour in a bunch of all ages gigs to launch their Bloody Lovely album with Clowns, These New South Whales and Boat Show. 336 more words

Live Gigs

The Republic of Mieliepop 2018 presented by Mix 93.8 FM

In case you missed the news, MIELIEPOP Festival2018 is just around the corner!!

With more than 50 local acts taking stage all weekend, Mieliepop also have Australian dance-punk duo… 120 more words


Track of the Day - DZ DEATHRAYS - Shred for Summer

So, if you don’t like false starts, followed by a blood curdling scream, followed by a Zeppelinesque riff, then you’re probably in the wrong place. DZ Deathrays are from Brisbane, Australia and style themselves as ‘a dance-punk duo’. 106 more words

Track Of The Day

Album Review: DZ Deathrays - Bloody Lovely

Release Date: 2nd of February, 2018

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TL;DR: This album shows consistency as well as some diversity, with some really exciting and fun tracks. 455 more words


ALBUM REVIEW: 'Bloody Lovely' by DZ Deathrays

DZ Deathrays occupy the same liminal space within rock as so many other duos, and accordingly receive the same flak for it. Whereas The Black Keys and Royal Blood have managed to thrive in a post-White Stripes world and become so big they’re essentially impervious to backlash, the notion that all other duos are still riding on their coattails is an attitude that still prevails. 573 more words