At The Drive In Australian Tour Announcement
The Texan titans return to our shores this September for three mammoth shows, in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, and this time, they have a set list of new music in tow.
‘Governed By Contagions’ was released in December last year, the first taste of what to expect from the band’s fourth studio record ‘in • ter a • li • a’, coming seventeen years after the release of 2000’s seminal LP ‘Relationship of Command’. In February they dropped ...
Sampha Debut Australian Tour
Since the release of his debut ‘Sundanza’ EP in 2010 and 2013’s ‘Dual’ EP, Sampha has quietly but assuredly become one of the UK’s most enigmatic and respected artists. Still just twenty seven years old, he has lent his vocal, production and songwriting talents to a range of stand out releases, from UK contemporaries such as FKA twigs, Jessie Ware and SBTRKT to world-renowned superstars like Drake, Kanye West and, most recently this year, on Frank Ocean’s Endless and Solange...
Mallrat East Coast Tour
Last year saw the then 17-year-old emcee light up the globe, with songs like ‘Uninvited,’ ‘For Real,’ ‘Inside Voices’ and ‘Tokyo Drift’ igniting blogs and radio from the furthest corners of the planet, collecting over 5 million plays on Spotify alone, and earning love and praise from major tastemakers, including Beats 1, KCRW, triple j, Noisey, i-D, Perez Hilton, Kitsune, a few Hype Machine chart toppers – even an appearance in Chloe Grace Moretz and Brooklyn Beckham’s ...
The Mountain Goats Australian Tour
A prototypical songsmith of his generation, Darnielle has been renowned for his immersive lyricism and vivid storytelling for over 20 years. During this time, The Mountain Goats has evolved from the lo-fi solo recordings of the 1990s to compositionally rich, grandly conceptual, full-band offerings in the last decade.
Darnielle’s penchant for observation and narrative has further seen him branch out into writing, releasing his first novel ‘Wolf in White Van’ ...
An Evening with The Waifs – 25th Anniversary Australian Tour
‘Ironbark’ is a double album made for their incredibly loyal and loving fan base, for those who have been there from the start, and for those who have become fans of the band along the way.
From this Tuesday January 10, The Waifs will be giving away free download bonus songs each week until the official album release on March 3rd. ‘Ironbark’ will be available for pre-order at a very discounted price from their website from Thurs February 12 and from ...
Pixies 2017 Australian Tour
One of the most influential and important bands over the last 30 years, Pixies headlined 2007's inaugural Australian V Festival and in 2010 played an incredible 13 shows on their sold-out Doolittle tour across the country.
Touring the east coast in celebration of their forthcoming album, Head Carrier, the tour sees vocalist/guitarist Black Francis, drummer David Lovering and guitarist Joey Santiago welcome bassist Paz Lenchatin to the Pixies' permanent line-up.
Lenchantin has ...
PVT 2017 Australian Tour
Having toured the globe as headliners, as well as in support of acts like The Arctic Monkeys, Gary Numan, Warpaint, Bloc Party, and Gotye, they are one of the country’s most electrifying live campaigners and are set to bring that battle hardened experience to Australian audiences for a run of dates supporting the album in the new year. Tickets are on sale now.
New Spirit and ‘Another Life’ also feature cover art by the acclaimed Australian artist Jonathan ...
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 ...
Sahara Beck on Tour
With its sugary sweet harmonies, rollicking percussion and cacophonous horns reminiscent of vintage rag-time cabaret, Beck states of the show stopping tune “Crack Bang Bang is a Kinks styled ode to every ex-boyfriend there ever was. It's summer! Time to break in a new one...” Rolling Stone Magazine Australia declared of the track “There's a song called "Crack Bang Bang" smack bang (bang) in the middle of Sahara Beck's second album, and it's a ripper. Stretching out beyond the earnest ...
Jack Grace Australian Tour
On Nice To Meet You, Grace holds nothing back, his vocals soar alongside driving beats, electric piano and glitchy deconstructed production. He draws on an eclectic backdrop of electronica, footwork, gospel and post dubstep boldly blending textures, genres and ideas. Speaking about the emotionally charged song, Grace said “This song happened in a moment of self-realisation. There's a heavy dose of sarcasm implied with the title. My early twenties were awkward to say the least. I thought I ...