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Harts Releases New Video For ‘Power’ – September 2016

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With his commanding new album Smoke Fire Hope Desire set to drop this Friday, September 16 via Dew Process/UMA, Harts is cranking the hype and volume up to 11 today with the release of the explosive video for ‘Power’.
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A TRIBE CALLED RED RELEASE BRAND NEW TRACK & ANNOUNCE THIRD STUDIO ALBUM: We Are The Halluci Nation

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Bursting forth from Ottawa Canada, world-renowned native Producer/DJ crew A Tribe Called Red, who are Ian “DJ NDN” Campeau, Tim “2oolman” Hill and Bear Witness, today announce their third studio album We Are The Halluci Nation, set for release worldwide on the 16th of September. Today the clique gifts us with their brand new single ‘R.E.DFeat. Yasiin Bey Formerly known as Mos Def), Narcy (Snippet) and Black Bear, which got its first spin overnight on Beats 1 with EBRO.
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Bernard Fanning – Exclusive Sydney Album Launch

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Bernard Fanning will be giving 200 fans an exclusive glimpse into Civil Dusk, his breathtaking third solo album. August 2nd, three days before the album’s official release, Bernard and his band will take over the stunning Giant Dwarf Theatre in Sydney, to play Civil Dusk in it’s entirety. Giving fans a one-off opportunity to hear the new music in a intimate setting, showcasing the warmth, earthiness and complexed simplicity of Bernard’s new material. Tickets will be on sale 12noon Tuesday 19th July via giantdwarf.com.au.
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Richard Clapton takes us to The House of Orange – New Album out 8 April 2016

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Richard Clapton is one of Australia’s foremost singer/songwriters and has paved the way for three generations of songwriters to write about the experience of being Australian.

Songs like Girls on the Avenue, I Am an Island, Deep Water, Capricorn Dancer and The Best Years of Our Lives are absolute classics and are part of Australia’s cultural history.
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Don Burrows & James Morrison – In Good Company

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ABC Jazz is proud to present the final album from one of Australia’s greatest musicians, Don Burrows, playing with his finest pupil, the legendary James Morrison.

In Good Company – released here for the first time – documents an afternoon in the studio with Don and James, and represents a golden opportunity to witness these two brilliant musicians ‘jamming together’.
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Buckcherry streams new album “Rock ‘N’ Roll” on Pandora Premieres

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Los Angeles, CA – Veteran LA rock band Buckcherry has partnered with Pandora Premieres to stream their new album, Rock ‘N’ Roll! The record is scheduled for release on August 21st via the band’s own label F-Bomb Records/Caroline Australia and can be pre-ordered now at iTunes, Amazon MP3, Google Play and exclusive bundles via the official Buckcherry Webstore.
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Interview with Leo Sayer

Interview by Stuart Blythe
Photo Credit Maria de Vera

Leo Sayer @ Beats 4 Breast Cancer

Firstly, congratulations on the release of your new album – Restless Years.
This is your first album in six years. How was the recording process, the people involved and seeing the release of the album?

Oh, well I met Mitch Cairns, Danny Spencer and Johnny Salerno on the Good Times tour last year. They were the backing band and I loved their feel so I asked them to be my studio band. Bill Risby already was my keyboard player, and was on the tour as well, so together they became the recording band. I already had demos I’d made of all the songs so we got together at Mitch’s studio in Melbourne after the tour last winter and put the basic album together. Then we did overdubs there and vocals and backing vocals at my own studio in Sydney. It was a pretty painless operation really (one of the easiest albums I’ve ever recorded) thanks to the talent of all the great singers and musicians I was working with. Now these guys are my live band too.
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Interview with John Baxter of Five Mile Sniper

Interview by Stuart Blythe

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With the release of their debut album The Sound Of Trees, and embarking on their album launch tour, we caught up with Five Mile Sniper lead singer John Baxter for a chat.

First of all, congratulations on the release of your debut album – The Sound Of Trees.

Thank you, we’re proud of it.
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FAITH NO MORE return with their first new album since 1997 | North American tour sold out

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Sol Invictus, Faith No More’s highly anticipated follow-up to Album of the Year, arrives on May 15 via Reclamation Recordings/Ipecac Recordings/ [PIAS].

“What I can say is that I think through our experience as musicians over the years, I think what we’re doing reflects where we’ve gone since we made our last record as Faith No More. I think this kicks things up a notch,” explained Bill Gould in a recent Rolling Stone interview. “And I think there’s parts that are very powerful and there’s parts that have a lot of “space.” Everything we do, with our chemistry, the way we play; it’s always going to sound like us. It’s just what we do, that makes us feel good. “
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Colin Hay – new album “Next Year People”

colin hayColin Hay is familiar to millions as the front man, songwriter, and vocalist of pop sensation Men at Work (“Down Under,” “Overkill,” “Who Can it Be Now?”). Hay is justifiably proud of his place in pop history, but since moving to Los Angeles in 1989, he’s made 11 critically-acclaimed solo albums, including the highly successful Man at Work, and will release of his new album Next Year People on Compass Records in February, to coincide with his Australian tour which starts in April (www.duetgroup.com)
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Album Review : Marilyn Manson – The Pale Emperor

Review by Wezzy Crüze – www.wezzycruze.com
Marilyn Manson2015 is off to a raging start, as we see the release of The Pale Emperor, the latest LP from controversial media personality and shock rock pioneer, Marilyn Manson.

The album poses as a real return to form for Manson, the “Anti-Christ Superstar” going above and beyond previous efforts to deliver an album that fans familiar to his work will not only appreciate, but feel the energy and rawness that some felt has been missing for a lengthy period.

While The Pale Emperor see long time member and musical collaborator Twiggy Ramirez (Jeordie White) absent from the writing and recording procedure (for unknown reasons), we’re introduced to Tyler Bates as he is welcomed to the fold as Manson’s new creative partner.
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