45 relations: A Good Kind of Nervous, Australian rules football in popular culture, Boompa Records, Boondoggle (EP), Candle Records, Culture of Melbourne, Darren Hanlon, Easter Island Statues (band), Edinburgh Gardens, Melbourne, Elizabeth Martha Brown, First Frost, First Tape, Fortuna Pop!, Happy Secret, Hellogoodbye, I Started a Joke, Institut Polaire, Last Leaves, List of Australian sports songs, List of Good News Week episodes, List of indie pop artists, List of songs about California, List of songs about Melbourne, List of songs about photography, List of songs about Sydney, Livid (festival), Lost & Lonesome Recording Co., Math and Physics Club, Naturaliste, Punters Club, Robert Richter (lawyer), Sprites (band), Staring at the Sky, Still Flyin', Tamas Wells, The Bank Holidays, The Green Bicycle Case, The Guild League, The Salteens, The Smallgoods, Under Melbourne Tonight, Warmer Corners, What Bird Is That, Where Were We?, Why That Doesn't Surprise Me.
A Good Kind of Nervous is the fourth album by The Lucksmiths released in 1997 on Candle Records (catalogue number LUCKY5.).
Australian rules football has had a significant impact on popular culture, especially in its native Australia, capturing the imagination of Australian film, art, music, television and literature.
Boompa Records is a Canadian independent record label, founded in 2003 and based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Boondoggle is an EP from The Lucksmiths released in 1994 on Candle Records (catalogue number LUCKY1.).
Candle Records was an independent record label that operated from 1994 to 2007.
The Culture of Melbourne (the capital city of Victoria, Australia) reflects its diverse, multi-layered culture and society, and the city has gained a reputation as the "cultural and sporting capital" of Australia.
Darren Hanlon is an Australian singer/songwriter who plays urban folk music.
The Easter Island Statues are an English alternative rock band from Oxford, UK.
Edinburgh Gardens is a large park located in North Fitzroy.
Elizabeth Martha Brown (c. 1811–9 August 1856), née Clark, was the last woman to be publicly hanged in Dorset, England.
First Frost is the eleventh album release and ninth and final studio album by The Lucksmiths released in October 2008.
First Tape is the first album by The Lucksmiths, originally released on cassette in December 1993 and released on CD in 1996 on Candle Records (catalogue number LUCKY3.).
Fortuna POP! was an English independent record label based in London, started in 1995 by Sean Price.
Happy Secret is the fifth album by The Lucksmiths released in 1999 on Candle Records (catalogue number LUCKY6.) It is compilation of the tracks from four singles released in 1998.
Hellogoodbye (sometimes styled as hellogoodbye) is a pop rock band that was formed in Huntington Beach, California in 2001 by singer Forrest Kline.
"I Started a Joke" is a song by the Bee Gees from their 1968 album ''Idea'', which was released as a single in December of that year.
Institut Polaire were an indie band originating from Perth, Western Australia.
Last Leaves are an indie pop band from Melbourne, Australia made up of three quarters of the members of defunct and well-known Melbourne band The Lucksmiths.
List of Australian sports songs covers songs written specifically about Australian sports, sports people, animals and sporting events.
Below is the list of episodes for the Australian satirical news program Good News Week.
This is a list of indie pop artists who have either been important to the area of music or have had a considerable amount of exposure (such as in the case of one that has been on a major label).
This is a list of songs about California.
The music of Australia and most particularly the rock, pop, Hip hop and indie rock music of Australia has had a long fascination with the local environment be it urban or rural.
A list of songs in which photography is one of the main subjects.
This is a list of songs which mention or are about Sydney, the capital city of New South Wales, Australia, as well as the suburbs of Sydney.
Livid was an Australian alternative rock music festival held annually from 1989 to 2003.
Lost and Lonesome Recording Co. (often simply Lost and Lonesome) is an Australian independent record label founded by Mark Monnone of The Lucksmiths in 1997, based in Melbourne, Australia.
Math and Physics Club are an American indie pop band based in Seattle, Washington, United States.
Naturaliste is the fifth studio album by the Australian indie pop trio, the Lucksmiths, which was released on 10 March 2003 via Candle Records (catalogue number LUCKY16).
The Punters Club was a pub and live music venue located on Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, in inner Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Robert Richter QC is a prominent Australian barrister, based in Melbourne, known for his handling of a string of prominent cases.
Sprites are an independent new wave/indie pop music group from Maryland, United States.
Staring At The Sky is an EP by The Lucksmiths released in 1999 on Candle Records (catalogue number LUCKY7.).
Still Flyin’ is an American Indie pop band based in San Francisco, founded in 2004 by Sean Rawls.
Tamas Wells is an Australian singer-songwriter and academic based in Melbourne, Australia.
The Bank Holidays were an Australian indie pop band from Perth, which formed in 2003 as Tunnelball by Nat Carson (guitar, piano, vocals), James Crombie (bass guitar, vocals), Wibekke (Bekk) Reczek (guitar, vocals) and Ian (Stafford) Chater (drums).
The Green Bicycle Case is the second album from Australian indie pop group, the Lucksmiths, which was released in July 1995 on Candle Records (catalogue number LUCKY3.).
The Guild League were an Australian indie pop band which included material from rap style ("Siamese Couplets") to a cappella works.
The Salteens are a Canadian indie pop group formed in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1997.
The Smallgoods is an Australian indie pop band originally from the Victorian coastal town of Port Fairy, but now based in Melbourne.
Under Melbourne Tonight was a weekly live variety hour television program produced by RMITV that broadcast on C31 Melbourne.
Warmer Corners is the ninth album by The Lucksmiths released in 2005 on Candle Records (catalogue number LUCKY19.).
What Bird Is That? is the third album by The Lucksmiths released in 1996 on Candle Records (catalogue number LUCKY4.).
Where Were We? is the seventh album by The Lucksmiths released in 2002 on Candle Records (catalog number CAN2521.) It is a compilation of tracks released between 1999 and 2001.
Why That Doesn't Surprise Me is the sixth album by The Lucksmiths, released on 5 March 2001 on Candle Records (catalogue number CAN2513).