Many months ago, Australian hardcore juggernauts Parkway Drive asked if Arrows could play a small part in their forthcoming second documentary with music for the opening sequence. It was certainly one of the more surreal emails I ever received, a tremendous honor for both Arrows and Hobbledehoy….Read More
What started as a small gift for a few of our retail supporters and a quirky item for the online store has quickly become a unexpected fan favorite…
Eleventh He Reaches London created and self-released The Good Fight For Harmony originally in 2005, the record would soon catapult the young band from the isolated far West into national attention. Their self-funded pressings would quickly sell out, acclaim poured in from the oddest of…Read More
Our pals at Midnight Funeral Records are releasing one of my favorite records on vinyl for the first time, Blueline Medic‘s debut EP A Working Title In Green (2000). Pre-orders for the green coloured 7″ have begun, you can order a copy direct from the label at the link below,…Read More
Originally self-released in 2005, Perth’s EHRL debut album sat atop the local charts for months with pressings continually selling out across the country. A truly unique band that draws on inspiration from all corners – it’s an orchestra of unease, an anti-manifesto of poetry and personal…Read More
One of the most popular Hobbledehoy titles and widely regarded as one of the labels flagship releases – Arrows critically acclaimed debut full length Modern Art & Politics surprised many and found its way onto numerous “Best of 2008” top ten lists the world over. Almost one hour…Read More
Our buds at Poison City released something very special and dear to our hearts today, ‘Shuffle & Scrape: A Tribute to Blueline Medic’. This is a band who made a true lasting impression on me as I grew up, they were so different yet always accessible. Still my favorite Australian…Read More
As far as Eleventh He Reaches London is concerned, distance makes the heart grow thwarted and dark rather than fonder. Hailing from Perth, Western Australia; a vast area of land separated from the rest of the country by an expanse of desert. This isolation has afforded Eleventh the luxury of…Read More
Lymbyc Systym tracks “Fall Bicycle” and “Rest Easy/Age Kindly” feature in the new KONY 2012: Part II video that was released recently by Invisible Children.
Brothers Mike and Jared Bell sit down for a nice chat at the Snakeweed Sessions, but it gets even better. They then privy us with performing two new tracks from the upcoming album, shot in magnificent high definition.
This Will Destroy You have quite an impressive resume licensing to film/video. Their music has been used in the film Moneyball (Brad Pitt), countless television shows, skate/snow/surf videos, the Beijing Olympics, disaster briefing for Hurricane Katrina in the Pentagon… I could go on! But…Read More
Featuring tracks from our buds Jamie Hay and Arrows, along with some other folk you may recognise!
Jamie Hay is hitting the road with pals Jen Buxton (Like Alaska) and Run Squirrel. They’ll be visiting QLD + NSW which include some All Ages shows too!
OK football fans here it is: A brand new Arrows t-shirt that looks totally bad-ass!
It has the distinguished Hobbledehoy logo and it goes on top of your record player! Everyone will know immediately what a discerning connoisseur of music you are – and a stylish one at that.