Monthly Archives: December 2008

Rudely Interrupted Shakes Up NYC

Australia's Rudely Interrupted graced us with their unforgettable presence last week with three performances here in New York City. Fox News's Red Eye sat down with the band at their UN performance on 12/3 to get the inside scoop. Vice Magazine caught up with them later in the week (12/6) at their Fontana's show to get the low down. If you haven't already, do yourself a favor and check out Rudely Interrupted, direct from Down Under to your ears by way of The Musebox.

Rudely Interrupted hit Toronto alongside The RAA and Still Life Still

It's a big week in Rudely Interrupted land…

On Wednesday, they became the first independent band to ever play the United Nations, marking Disability Day. They also rocked another show in NY in the same day, and are making it a trifecta tomorrow night at Fontana's in the big apple before hiking it northward to wrap up their North American jaunt this coming Tuesday, December 9th in Toronto. The show is at Sneaky Dee's, and also features two of the country's most quickly emerging bands – Still Life Still and the Rural Alberta Advantage.