A couple of hours north of Sydney, nestled in the lush green expanse of the Hunter Valley, sits Hope Estate Winery, the serene and picturesque location for the NSW leg of Culture Club‘s Encore Tour. Featuring a lineup that seems to have come straight from the posters on my teenage bedroom wall, the concert featured support from five of Australia’s most iconic bands from the 80’s. Continue reading Live Review : Culture Club at Hope Estate, Hunter Valley – 10 December 2016→
300 Entertainment and In De Goot Entertainment are pleased to announce the arrival of 2x Grammy nominated act, Highly Suspect‘s sophomore LP, The Boy Who Died Wolf. The album premiered on NPR Music last week, who noted that “Stevens and the Meyer twins have taken a big step toward fine-tuning their retro-grunge attack into something far more dynamic, soulful and alluring.” The album is available now for streaming and purchase on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, and Google Play.
Since their formation in 2013, Brisbane five piece The Jensens have provided us with rage-worthy tunes that have been played long into the early morning all over the country! With their unmistakable sleek vintage undertones, infused with modern surf rock swagger, The Jensens today announce a brand new single (not to be confused with their previous EP) ‘Everybody Talks’ and two shows in Sydney and Melbourne. The single is the first taste of the lads’ follow-up EP, which is set for release early next year. Continue reading The Jensens Announce New Single ‘Everybody Talks’ + Single Tour – November 2016→
Live at the Foreshore, Newcastle – 6 November 2016 Photographer: David Jackson
Review by Natasha Wyborn
Hits & memories Live at the Foreshore! Picturesque Nobbys Beach, could you ask for a better backdrop for a concert? One of Australia’s most scenic beaches complete with a working lighthouse, a bustling harbour and all in the heart of Newcastle. “Live at the foreshore” returned to this venue, this time selling out with a week to spare. Record sales prove yet again this country’s fixation with past music icons is not going away, in fact it will only get bigger. Continue reading Live Review : Live at the Foreshore, Newcastle – Sunday 6th November 2016→