Dallas Crane, Black Crowes, Hoodoo Gurus
Matt, Sean, Duff, Iain, Brien
The Angels, Paul Kelly, Hoodoo Gurus, The Beatles, Split Enz
Australian band UPSIZE entered the rock lounge room in the mid 2000s and began to make serious renovations to the local Brisbane music scene.
Band members - Matt Kurth (vocals), Sean Metcalfe (guitar, vocals), Martin Duffy (guitar), Iain Broadley (bass, vocals) and Brien Timu (drums)
Don’t Go Chasing (2020) (single), Beautiful Chaos EP (2018),
Living like a King EP (2016), The Time It Takes (2014) Hit the Lights (2012)
Dirty Hands EP (2010) West End Delicacy... (2007),
One Man Stereo EP (2005)
UPSIZE have performed at many of Brisbane’s premier venues in SE QLD and have headlined at clubs and venues on the Gold and Sunshine Coasts, Ipswich and Toowoomba. The band has also supported high profile acts such as The Angels, The Radiators, Airborne, Dead Letter Circus, Mammal and many more.
UPSIZE have also toured the east coast of Australia taking in venues on the Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Brisbane, Coffs Harbour, Newcastle, Sydney and Melbourne and have also played at festivals such as Mitchell Creek Rock ‘n’ Blues Fest.
UPSIZE excel at live performances of their brand of original, dirty Oz rock and are currently playing shows in support of their latest release, “Don’t Go Chasing”. The single is receiving great reviews from press and punters locally as well as at an international level.
“Talk Show” – Top Ten finalist rock category - Q Song Awards
“Talk Show” film clip - finalist BIFF
“The tightest live band I’ve seen in twenty years” Geoff Turner (The Radiators)
“Playing overtime on the M+M stereo this week is a track called Contagious which is just that, with loads of crunchy guitar, thumping drums and a powerhouse vocal performance”. (Noel Mengel - The Courier Mail)
“UPSIZE have created an EP of old-fashioned, dirty rock songs reminiscent of the glory days of Aussie rock’n’roll”. (DCR - Time Off)
"The mongrel-factor is upsized significantly as headliners UPSIZE unleash some ’70s-style rock.” (Michaela McGuire - Time Off)