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Foster the People Australian Tour

Foster The People’s third album Sacred Hearts Club is a 12-track effort that joyously flexes the group’s infinite creative powers, fusing neo-psychedelia, punk, funk, electronic, dance and hip hop. Bolstered by a diverse slew of groove-oriented songs, including the infectiously funked-out title track SHC, the synth-fused glide of “Doing It For The Money,” and the psychedelic prowl of “Loyal Like Sid & Nancy,” (complete with spoken-word piece that recalls Gene Wilder’s ...

The xx – I See You – Australian 2018 Tour

The xx will treat audiences to their unique dreamy sound in stunning outdoor venues in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney next January, joined at all shows by special guests Kelela and Earl Sweatshirt. The xx are Romy Madley Croft (guitar, vocals), Oliver Sim (bass, vocals) and Jamie Smith (beats, MPC, production), also known as Jamie xx. Their latest Mecury prize nominated release ‘I See You’incorporates all three members’ talents into a new version of their sound, one true to their ...

Last Dinosaurs 2015 ’Evie’ Tour

Last Dinosaurs emerged from Brisbane’s underground indie scene with 2012 debut ‘In A Million Years’ which put the band on the local and international music map, peaking at #8 on the ARIA Album chart, securing them a Triple J Feature Album and critical acclaim, while single ‘Andy’ landed into Triple j’s annual Hottest 100. The band’s large online presence has generated millions of combined views on the group’s YouTube and Vevo channels. Their continued success has cemented ...

Sufjan Stevens at the Sydney Opera House

Having first performed at the Opera House with his neon-explosion The Age of Adz, the 39-year-old artist has become a familiar face to Vivid LIVE – debuting the solar song cycle Planetarium in 2012 with long-term collaborators Bryce Dessner and Nico Muhly. Now set to open proceedings with an Australian exclusive four-night stand before returning to overseas obligations, Sufjan Stevens will draw from one of the most successful modern songbooks to encompass Christmas classics, regional ...

The Antlers 2015 Australian Tour

Having long ago transcended their lo-fi bedroom project roots in favour of lush soundscapes and dreamy atmospherics, 2014 has been a huge year for The Antlers who in June released their fifth studio album, Familiars, to not unexpected fanfare. Pitchfork heaped praise on the release, gushing, “Familiars is the latest satisfying effort from a band that continues to reward those listeners who give them the attention their elegant, secretly weird music deserves”, while The A.V. Club ...