Le Butcherettes Aussie Tour
As if these shows weren't enough to get your head around, today they announce a one-off headline performance at Sydney’s Lansdowne Hotel on September 30 as part of the Rolling Stone Live Lodge. For all you hardcore fans out there, tickets go on sale 9am AEST, 11th of August so set your alarms because these tickets will sell fast!
Led by the enigmatic Teri Gender Bender, Le Butcherettes are more than qualified to unleash their garage punk goodness on to the good ...
Milky Chance 2017 Aussie Tour
The last time the duo were in the country they played two sold-out shows in Sydney and Melbourne, as well as massive festival slots at Falls, Southbound and Field day, with many hailing the psychedelic folk act as ‘stand outs’ of the 2014 festival circuit. With the Sydney Morning Herald posing the question, “How do you know a hit? When everyone at the festival stops what they're doing and sprints towards the music.” When their song ‘Stolen Dance’ hit the Valley stage in Byron, ...
The Wombats 2017 Aussie Tour
A message from The Wombats:
“Hey Australia, so we're playing Groovin' the Moo this year and we thought whilst we were over it would be rude not to do some sideshows as we're celebrating 10 years since the release of our 1st album! Our 1st baby is 10, we can't believe how much he's grown. We look forward to having a few massive birthday parties for the little blighter. Hope you can make it! - PS New music coming this year!”
The Wombats have an uncanny knack ...
Martha Wainwright Aussie Tour
The Goodnight City Tour begins at Perth’s Astor Theatre on Wednesday 8th March, before traversing the country to take in Sydney, Thirroul, Canberra, Newcastle, Lismore and Brisbane. The tour will wrap up with Hobart, Devonport and Bendigo performances. Tickets are on sale at 10am local time, Friday 11th November.
On this visit, Martha will be accompanied on vocals and guitar by a three-piece band, comprising drums, piano and bass.
Martha’s new album and ...
Jimmy Eat World 2017 Aussie Tour
Jimmy Eat World will undertake three shows only: The Enmore Theatre in Sydney on Wednesday 18 January, The Australian Open Live Stage in Melbourne on Friday 20 January, and Eatons Hill Hotel in Brisbane on Sunday 22 January, 2017.
Late October saw the release of the band’s ninth and arguably best record yet – Integrity Blues (Sony Music Australia), produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Paramore, M83) and featuring ‘Sure and Certain’ and ‘Get Right’.
Don’t miss your ...
TKAY 2016 Aussie Tour
Fans are advised to purchase tickets for Tkay’s national album tour (including all-age performances) quickly, because with an arsenal of new material as hardcore as this, they’re guaranteed to sell out!
Having established herself as a commanding and complex vocalist and lyricist, the songs across TKAY channel a sense of defiance and attitude that could only be wielded by an artist blaring the kind of unique trail Maidza has already achieved in not only Australian hip hop but ...
Thievery Corporation Aussie Tour
Thievery Corporation duo, Eric Hilton and Rob Garza, have spent two decades creating boundary warping, complexly crafted electronic music blending an eclectic array of influences from Afro –beat, Indian, Jamaican Dub, Brazilian, New York tones with trip hop and acid jazz.
Thievery Corporation’ Bossa Nova inspired latest studio album, ‘Saudade’, once again sees the band changing direction, trading the fiery energy of their last two albums for a more wistful and summery mood.
Spiderbait Aussie Tour
From humble beginnings in the rural NSW town of Finley, Janet, Whitt and Kram’s unique musical alchemy has taken them on a ride to the top of their game, from their very first single Circle K released in 1991 to ARIA #1 songs and the #1 spot on triple j’s Hottest 100. Australia thought they were “kinda cool” too and has since bought over half a million of their records, sending their singles into the Top 10, albums to double platinum status and winning them multiple ARIA Awards.
The 1975 Aussie Tour
It is that loyalty that inspired me to write this letter, scrappy as it may be. This is the beginning of a new chapter for The 1975. Our new record signifies the start of a new world for us, more colourful world a less colourful world. We want to play shows we want a real shared experience, we want to play HUGE shows that we never thought were possible, we want to play sets at festivals that people talk about for ages cos it was fun and it was music and the weather was perfect and we want ...