We are now halfway through our 20th Anniversary Edition, this time focusing on albums that left a mark in that odd sub-genre which has earned the ‘post-grunge’ tag. Is grunge even a thing to begin with? Regardless, bands have gained the Post-grunge term,  to be safe we will throw in a (slash)/rock.

Many bands had their own original sound, whereas a few from the list have definitely been doing their best Eddie Vedder impersonations. Starting off with a phenomenal record, from arguably the most original group on the list, reunited with their original singer Ed Kowalczyk. The frontman’s distinct voice will be heard in November for their Reunion Tour,  with supports from Post-grunge acts The Calling and Lifehouse, so grab your tickets below!

Live Australian Tour

Enjoy the nostalgia folks.

Live: Secret Samadhi


Standout Tracks: Rattle snake, Lakini’s Juice, Century, Heropsychodreamer, Turn My Head, Freaks


Marcy Playground: Marcy Playground


Standout Tracks: Poppies, Sex and Candy, Saint Joe on the School Bus


Our Lady Peace: Clumsy


Standout Tracks: Superman’s Dead, Automatic Flowers, Clumsy, 4 am, Carnival


Collective Soul: Disciplined Breakdown


Standout Tracks: Precious Declaration, Listen, Blame

Foo Fighters: The Colour and the Shape


Standout Tracks: Monkey Wrench, Hey Johnny Park, My Hero, Everlong


Creed: My Own Prison


Standout Tracks: Torn, Ode, My Own Prison, What’s This Life For?


The Tea Party: Transmission



Standout Tracks: Temptation, Psychopomp, Gyroscope

Finger Eleven: Tip



Standout Tracks: Tip, Quicksand, Awake and Dreaming, Above


Reef: Glow



Standout Tracks: Place Your Hands, Consideration, Come Back Brighter


Veruca Salt: Eight Arms to Hold You



Standout Tracks: Shutterbug, Volcano Girls, Venus Man Trap


Life of Agony: Soul Searching Sun


Standout Tracks: Hope, Weeds, My Mind is Dangerous, Lead You Astray, Heroin Dreams


Days of the New: Days of the New



Standout Tracks: Touch, Peel and Stand, Shelf in the Room, The Down Town


Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band: Trouble Is…



Standout Tracks: Slow Ride, Somehow, Somewhere, Someway


Harvey Danger: Where Have All the Merrymakers Gone?



Standout Tracks: Carlotta Valdez, Flag Pole Sitta, Private Helicopter


The Dandy Warhols: …The Dandy Warhols Come Down


Standout Tracks: Not If You Were The Last Junkie On Earth, Every Day Should Be a Holiday, Boys Better


Third Eye Blind: Third Eye Blind


Standout Tracks: Semi-Charmed Life, Jumper, How’s It Going To Be?


Everclear: So Much for the Afterglow



Standout Tracks: Everything to Everyone, So Much for the Afterglow, Normal Like You,
Father of Mine, I Will Buy You a New Life, Sunflowers, Like a Californian King

Also in support of its 20th Anniversary, Everclear is returning Down Under with their “So Much For the Afterglow” Tour. Grab your tickets below!

Friday 29th September 2017
The Tivoli Theatre, Brisbane
Tickets available from 10.00am, Monday 12th June

Saturday 30th September 2017
Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
Tickets available from 10.00am, Monday 12th June

Tuesday 3rd October 2017
The Metro Theatre, Sydney
Tickets available from 10.00am, Monday 12th June

Wednesday 4th October 2017
The Gov, Adelaide
Tickets available from 10.00am, Monday 12th June

Thursday 5th October 2017
Croxton Band Room, Melbourne
Tickets available from 10.00am, Monday 12th June