Beloved at home, and undoubtedly one of Australia’s most successful international musical exports, The Cat Empire debut the brand new track and video “Ready Now.” The opening salvo in a monthly series of releases across 2018 that sees the band tantalisingly unveil their amazing 7th studio album. Coinciding with another massive global tour, this slow reveal on the 1st day of each month is sure to have long-time fans around the planet fixed and waiting on each and every instalment. Continue reading The Cat Empire’s new single “Ready Now” + Australian Tour 2018→
Following Radio Birdman‘s immensely successful double headline tour with Died Pretty in June/July of 2017, the band will be playing a limited number of Australian East Coast shows over two weekends this September/October before heading off for a 22 date tour of Europe. The Gov will host Adelaide’s only show on Sunday September 30th. Continue reading Tour News : RADIO BIRDMAN Australia September/October 2018→
Review and Photos: Peter Coates – www.facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography
Enmore the hip Sydney suburb was rammed on Sunday night – parking was a nightmare, the Duke was overflowing, and the queue to get in to the Enmore Theatre was round the block. All because a couple of 1990’s US rock bands had teamed up for a co-headlining tour, and Zaccaria Concerts & Touring had done a bang-up job of promoting and selling the shows. The Enmore was fully standing downstairs, and was packed early, with Mr Big taking to the stage around 7.45pm, and treating us to 85 minutes of flawless classic rock. Continue reading Live Review : Extreme & Mr. Big at Enmore Theatre, Sydney – 3 June 2018→
In 2016 Groote Eylandt via Brisbane singer-songwriter Emily Wurramara released her debut EP Black Smoke. Stories from her heart and childhood sung in both English and her traditional language Anindilyakwa, the EP stunned listeners across the country and saw Emily tour nationally and internationally. Black Smoke amassed over 1 million Spotify streams, 25K Shazams, 54K YouTube views, rotation on JJJ and ABC Local x 2, 10 weeks in the AMRAP charts, a Queensland Music Award, a publishing contract with Mushroom and live showcase slots everywhere from BIGSOUND as a Triple J Unearthed feature artist to Folk Alliance International in the USA. Continue reading Emily Wurramara – Debut Album ‘Milyakburra’→
Angus & Julia Stone · Peking Duk · Alison Wonderland
Jungle Giants · Methyl Ethel · Ocean Alley · Hockey Dad · D.D Dumbo · Middle Kids · Cub Sport
Alex the Astronaut · Alice Ivy · Big White · Boy Toy · Clews · Dear Seattle · Destroyer · Didirri · E^st · Fritz Hellions · Jack River · Jess Locke · Johnny Hunter · Liars · Listener · Luca Brasi Maddy Jane · Mallrat · Mere Women · Mezko · Moaning Lisa · Nyxen · Obscura Hail · Pist Idiots · Polaris · Press Club ·Psychedelic Porn Crumpets · Rolling Blackouts Coast Fever · Step-Panther · Stonefield · The Vanns · Tiny Little Houses · Touch Sensitive · Tropical Fuck Storm · Tumbleweed · Yahtzel (Live) · You Beauty
+ PLUS MORE Continue reading 2018 Yours and Owls Festival Lineup→
Off the back of the release of their frenetic debut self-titled EP in February, Melbourne’s Fight the Sun have returned with a blistering new music video for their single ‘Goodbye Gravity’. Capturing this electric band dynamic on camera, the music video is a great snapshot of Fight the Sun operating at full force.
Australia’s own 5SOS (5 SECONDS OF SUMMER), one of the world’s biggest pop/rock bands, is thrilled to announce their return to Australia this August for the Meet You There national tour. After selling out their 5SOS3 tour in less than 5 minutes, these all ages live dates will follow the release of their third album “Youngblood” on June 22 and will give fans the opportunity to hear new tracks ‘Want You Back’ and current No. 1 smash ‘Youngblood’, alongside old favourites like ‘She Looks So Perfect’, ‘Amnesia’ and more! Continue reading 5SOS ANNOUNCE ‘MEET YOU THERE’ NATIONAL TOUR 2018→
Singer/songwriter JOSHUA RADIN (USA) is bringing his self proclaimed “whisper rock” to Australia for an evening of intimate and deeply personal performances (May 2018). We caught up with Joshua ahead of his Australian tour dates.