The Border Watch : April 11th 2014
SOCIAL FEED Border Watch Mount Gambier @sierra_hc Thank you for supporting our inclusion on the Earthwalker tour. We take nothing for granted, especially something of this magnitude. See you in June. Sierra in studio MOUNT Gambier hardcore outfi t Sierra are returning to the spotlight with another release in the making and a major tour announcement. The band has spent the past week in Sydney recording their second EP, laying down fresh material before touring in May. On Tuesday, Facebook went into a frenzy after a handful of Australian acts - including Sierra - ended suspense by announcing the upcoming Earthwalker tour. The band posted the promotional poster to its page with “We are proud to be part of this amazing tour in support of In Hearts Wake, Dream On, Dreamer, Being as an Ocean, and Endless Heights.” Music lover Riley Sturges commented on the band’s Facebook page after the news, stating that it will be the “best tour ever!” Timmy Trumpet shines at Shadows RENOWNED DJ and producer Timmy Trumpet took to the stage at Shadows Entertainment Complex last Saturday night. A large crowd gathered at Shadows for the event that also had local DJ Kozmicc (Josh Kourmouzis) join Timmy at the decks. Josh ended his time as a DJ alongside Timmy after announcing via Facebook he is moving to America to attend college. “I’ll be playing one of my last shows ever tonight at Shadows with Timmy Trumpet, hope to see you all there.” Plenty of praise and positivity fl ooded newsfeeds as party goers posted photos, status updates and videos while at the event. Mount Gambier’s Dominique Gentile posted a series of images and comments on Facebook. “Last night was absolutely insane! Was so good to see everyone. Shadows you defi nitely didn’t disappoint, was such a grand night!” ACROSS THE BORDER: Mount Gambier’s Pridelands visited Portland for an energetic and enjoyable show. Picture: DYLAN WHITE, MISHAP PRODUCTIONS Pridelands PRIDELANDS travelled across the border last Sunday to deliver their high energy post-hardcore tracks to a passionate Portland crowd. AT THE DECKS: Simone Capone and Dominique Gentile take advantage of their all areas access passes at Shadows to snap a photo with DJ/ producer Timmy Trumpet last Saturday night. 12 - The Border Watch, Friday, April 11, 2014 The band made a lasting impression with plenty of positive feedback posted online after the performance. Pridelands’ Facebook page read: “Last night was super fun and it’s all thanks to our homies in Portland! Until next time, thank you and we love you.” Despite the loss of drummer Vaughan Sutherland, the band remains a strong unit with plenty of exciting upcoming events. Last week Pridelands was listed on Adelaide’s leg of the 2014 Free Your Mind tour alongside an impressive line-up. rock Portland We are proud to announce that we will be opening Free Your Mind 2014 in Adelaide on Friday May 30th alongside Northlane, Thy Art Is Murder, Veil Of Maya, Volumes and Make Them Suffer! LOOKING BACK: Adelaide’s Flashdance HQ resident DJ Adam Bock returned to the decks at Mac’s Hotel last Friday for the second ‘90s themed night. Picture: MAC’S HOTEL AND CIDER GARDEN @kyraTBW email@example.com Mac’s turns back time DOUBLE denim and pony tails rocked the dance fl oor at The Mac’s Hotel and Cider Garden last Friday night. The ‘90s themed party saw Adelaide’s HQ Flashdance resident DJ Adam Bock make the trip to Mount Gambier to spin a collection of old-school tracks. With prizes awarded to the best dressed and drink specials on offer, party goers embraced the opportunity. It was the second ‘90s night for the Mac’s and manager Adam Nicholls plans to make it a monthly affair. TRENDING NOW What is dominating news feeds across the Limestone Coast Sierra Timmy Trumpet #RIPPeachesGeldof #OscarPistorius Fashion Week Adding an exciting twist to Mount Gambier’s nightlife, the hotel has hosted a series of events, including UV paint parties, foam parties, celebrity visits and renowned DJs. Giants off to solid start DARTMOOR’S own star forward Jeremy Cameron has made a splash in the opening rounds of the AFL, while success has also brewed back home. The recently launched Dartmoor Giants made an outstanding A grade debut in the South West District Football League with a 116 point win over Branxholme/ Wallacedale. With a change of colour and renewed confi dence, the Dartmoor Giants have their eyes on the prize this season. While on the national stage Greater Western Sydney has claimed two out of three wins and Jeremy’s goal tally stands at seven. After kicking the fi rst goal against Melbourne on Sunday, the GWS Twitter account posted: @GWS_Giants: “Yibbida yibbida! @Jezzacameron snags the fi rst goal of the match. Great snap from the keen fi sherman. Giants lead 8-1. Nine mins gone.” Jeremy was also snapped with one of the Giants’ young mascots before the match. MEETING FANS: Dartmoor’s Jeremy Cameron was spotted on Twitter with a young GWS Giants mascot before the match against Melbourne last Sunday.
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