Talons are hitting the road as main support for ol pals Regular John on their
“The Peaceful Atom is a Bomb” National album tour!
[photo: Stuart Blythe]
Talons will also have released their self-titled album through RICE IS NICE on May 30th just as the tour kicks off. Talons are thrilled to have been asked to head along for the 13 dates to unleash new songs from their highly anticipated release on to the willing crowds.
Continue reading TALONS are touring nationally with REGULAR JOHN! – June/July 2009
In 1968 The Beatles released one of the most diverse and compelling albums of all time.
Recorded in the months after The Beatles returned disillusioned from India, their manager dead, their break up in sight, and wracked with internal tensions, the double White Album was immediately hailed as one of the most extraordinary, powerful albums in the history of music: a work of unparalleled influence and brilliance.
Continue reading The White Album Concert @ Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane, Brisbane – 6 Aug 2009
Sydney songstress Sui Zhen is media pick of The Street Press Collective
|| Over the past few weeks Tooheys Extra Dry uncharTED has been showcasing Australia’s Top 50 emerging artists, hand-picked from over 2,300 entries by our esteemed industry panel and A&R team. The competition 1 winning act will see themselves onstage at Splendour In The Grass 2009, plus win an artist development package worth $25,000. Register online right now and vote for your favourite artist – it’s the last week of voting, so get in there quick!
Continue reading UNCHARTED – FINAL WEEK FOR ARTISTS TO CLAIM THEIR SPOT AT SEMI-FINALS
||Judith Wright Centre and Chris Maver Productions present
The comedy, colour, glitz and glamour of Queensland’s gay community and its stories will be celebrated in the world premiere of Homoneurotic Cabaret at Judith Wright Centre on Friday 5 June 2009.
Green Room Award winner Jacob Diefenbach joins an all-star Brisbane cast in Homoneurotic, which will “thoroughly entertain” audiences, says producer Chris Maver (The Fruit Tingle Cabaret, In The Pink).
“Homoneurotic is a great night out at the theatre; it’s entertaining, thought-provoking, subversive and full of comedy, controversy, colour, glitter and glamour,” Chris said.
Continue reading HOMONEUROTIC CABARET @ Judith Wright Centre, 5 June 2009
||WOLFMOTHER ANNOUNCED AS SPECIAL GUESTS ON AC/DC BLACK ICE AUSTRALIAN TOUR – FEBRUARY/MARCH 2010
AC/DC the greatest rock and roll band on the planet, who have sold over 200 million records worldwide, return home to Australia in February 2010 as part of the Black Ice World Tour.
And IMC are beyond ecstatic to announce that their very own WOLFMOTHER will be joining AC/DC taking the role of special guests for this mamoth tour.
Continue reading AC/DC BLACK ICE AUSTRALIAN TOUR – WOLFMOTHER TO SUPPORT – FEBRUARY/MARCH 2010
Karnivool fans around Australia continue to show their undying support for the band with news that the first show of the Sound Awake tour in Brisbane on Saturday June 20 at the Tivoli has sold out. A second Brisbane show to take place at the Tivoli on Sunday June 21st is on sale now. Both Sydney shows have now sold out. See full tour details below.
Continue reading KARNIVOOL The ‘Sound Awake’ Tour : June 2009
SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS 2009
Event & Camping Tickets Sold Out
Organisers would like to advise that at 10.15am today, Splendour In The Grass weekend and camping tickets to the 2009 event, taking place Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th July at Belongil Fields in Byron Bay, have completely sold out.
“’We are yet again in awe of the interest in Splendour, thanks to everyone for your support and embracing our ticketing process with its anti scalping features and carbon offsetting option.” said Event Producers – Jessica Ducrou and Paul Piticco
Continue reading SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS 2009 – Event & Camping Tickets Sold Out
JEFF MARTIN & THE ARMADA @ The Hi-Fi, Brisbane 10 May 2009
Photographer: Stuart Blythe
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[Photo: Stuart Blythe]
JEFF MARTIN & THE ARMADA tour dates
A ‘Must See’ show… don’t miss it!… LifeMusicMedia
The St.George Bank Brisbane International Film Festival (BIFF) will return to Brisbane from 30 July to 9 August with a stunning array of films from Australia and across the world.
Now in its 18th year, this year’s festival promises to again bring audiences a range of cinematic highlights, including Australian and international premieres, gala events and a host of fascinating international guests.
The festival program and tickets will be released in early July.
For information and bookings, visit www.stgeorgebiff.com.au.
Continue reading St.George Bank Brisbane International Film Festival : 30 July – 9 August 2009
by Lisa Lamb
|The Kidney Thieves are a positive energy fix combining funk, rock, phychedlic and tribal metal with anti-pop tunes like Dance Town Show Down, guaranteed to get the keep the audience moving. They are talented and very comical with a passion for ludicrous song titles such as Sex Panther, Online Pelvis & the Exotic Juicer, Battle worm (escapes from Doom) etc and great stage names like Captain Chrispy Booyah and Crafty J.
Lead singer Jack Muzak is the lord of charisma, looking like a modern day Jack Sparrow. He promises to take the audience on a journey to fuzzy tinkle town via his keyboard which he also shares with Travis also known as Travesty, Intravenous and occasionally John Travolta.
Continue reading Headkase CD Launch The Worm County Circus with special guests Devilution and The Kidney Thieves @ Rosie’s – 8 May 2009 : Live Review
Eminem has notched up more number one singles than any other male artist in the history of the ARIA Charts, as “We Made You” swoops past Back Eyed Peas to the top of the ARIA Singles Chart this week. Ronan Keating continues his domination of the ARIA Album Chart as “Songs For My Mother” stays at number one for a third consecutive week, holding out Andre Rieu who debuts at #2 with “You’ll Never Walk Alone”. Black Eyed Peas takes over top spot on the ARIA Digital Track Chart with “Boom Boom Pow”, with the physical release of this single imminent.
Continue reading ARIA Chart News, w/c 10 May 2009
Alex Lloyd @ The Zoo, Brisbane 8 May 2009
Photo: Stuart Blythe
What in the world has happened to Alex Lloyd? Or, more to the point, his fans? Last night’s gig at The Zoo resembled more a congregation for the Corpse Bride than an intimate gathering to celebrate one of Australia’s best artists.
Best Artists you question? Yes! Come on guys, this is a man who’s brilliance dazzled all at the turn of the century, and it wasn’t luck My Friend. With credentials that put other Musicians to shame, Alex Lloyd is one of Australia’s most under celebrated treasures.
Continue reading Review: Alex Lloyd @ The Zoo, Brisbane 8 May 2009
||Brisbane based Madeleine Paige is in a class of her own.
It’s refreshing to receive an EP to review that one instantly likes and that was exactly the case with this.
Madeleine Paige’s latest EP entitled “The Voice Behind The Noise” consisting of 5 beautifully crafted songs that were recorded at Massive Studios by Matt Redlich (Hungry Kids Of Hungary).
Madeleine has been praised in recent reviews for her live performances and this certainly translates well within this album.
Starting out with “Ditty”, an upbeat happy bouncy tune that will surely remove any blues that you may be feeling.
Track 2, “My Love Looks”, is a lulla-ballad styled song where you are carried away by just her voice and soft acoustic accompaniment.
“It’s over (and over again)” is one of my favourites on this EP. A haunting lament that is definitely worth having a listen to – over and over and over again.
Madeleine’s angelic voice, coupled with well written and performed songs, will mesmerise all listeners.
“The Voice Behind The Noise” was released on 8 May 2009. Madeleine Paige
is currently touring and her show is one that shouldn’t be missed.
Continue reading Madeleine Paige “The Voice Behind The Noise” EP : Review
Renée Geyer – Renéessance
Liberation Blue Acoustic Series
“I’ve avoided doing this album for a long time for the simple reason that I’ve already done these songs. I finally said yes ’cause we agreed to do it live at my keyboard player’s house: just set up like an acoustic gig and play. People tend to like the intimacy of that. It has a certain energy and I think it works.”
Intimate doesn’t mean gentle, as the opening salvo of Renéessance makes bracingly clear. Untreated and unaccompanied, Renée Geyer’s full-throttle entry into the reggae classic, Dedicated To The One I Love, serves notice of an album easy on amps but as highly charged as her most soulful work.
Continue reading Renée Geyer – Renéessance – June, July 2009 Tour