A whole swag of excellent acts have just been roped into the what was already a pretty killer lineup, including reptilian psych-rock royalty King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, avant-funk dancefloor explorers No Zu and the quirky glitch-pop mastermind Pikelet. Noisy Brooklyn art-punk act The Men will be stopping by and the new additions are rounded out by Super Wild Horses, The Meanies, The UV Race, La Bastard, Fatti Francis and Hello Morning.
So, the deal with PBS Drive Live is that from Monday 4 February to Friday 8 February this awesome lineup will be performing at the station during the drivetime slot of 5-7pm. You can either tune in to listen to these bands rip it up on air or get down to the PBS studio to scope out the performances in the flesh. There'll be some complimentary Cooper's for PBS members, as great food on sale for everyone from some of the city's best local vendors.
If you want to get your name on the door for one of these performances, head on over to the PBS website right away – spots are strictly limited and will go fast. You can also check out the full lineup with playing times over there.
Veterans lead this week's releases with new albums from Tim Rogers & The Bamboos (Album Of The Week) and Daniel Johns plus albums from Ella Thompson, The Vaccines and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.