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...
Son Little 2016 Australian Tour
Off the back of a successful North American tour and a huge run of shows supporting Leon Bridges, Son Little will be performing in support of his self-titled debut album which he released in October 2015. The record is, in its purest form, quintessentially American music, described by Rhythms Magazine as “a striking gust of fresh air with one foot in the past, the other striding bravely into the future“.
“Livingston’s voice is captivating, somehow finding common ground ...
So You Think You Can Philly Jays Australian Tour 2016
So it somehow makes sense that they're about to embark on a concept tour, taking their already infamous crowd interaction to the next level.
Getting personal at up-close venues around the country, the Philly Jays will be creating their very own karaoke bars where some lucky fans will be able to get up on stage and join the band to sing their favourite Philadelphia Grand Jury songs. There might even be some classic karaoke covers thrown in there as well.
Hozier 2015 Australian Tour
Taking in a national run of dates in venues a huge step up from his relatively small performances, this October tour will see Hozier perform at Perth's Belvoir Amphitheatre on Wednesday 28 October, the Palais Theatre in Melbourne on Friday 30 October, Sydney's Hordern Pavilion on Tuesday 3 November, before closing at Brisbane's stunning Riverstage on Friday 6 November.
With so many countless fans missing out on seeing Hozier live on this brief Easter visit, here now is your chance to ...
Lovelace (Music from The Motion Picture) Album Review
There are even times when it can inform on a period that wasn’t even experienced first hand. That ramble brings us to Lovelace, it’s not a film score but a collection of tracks that evidently will be included in the not yet released movie about the porn star Linda Lovelace and the movie Deep Throat.
If taken as a sampler of the radio of the day (Deep Throat was released in 1972) it shows how constricted and formatted modern day radio has become and how wide open and fun it used to ...