Scottish five-piece Breabach deliver a thrilling and unique brand of contemporary folk music that has earned them international recognition on the world and roots music scene as one of the UK’s most dynamic and exciting bands.
Continue reading Breabach announces Australian national tour with new award winning album – March/April 2018
Get excited, it’s Australia’s turn to discover the wildy talented Wallis Bird, a veritable virtuoso whose music transitions from delicate whispers to explosive cries in a breathtaking heartbeat.
Continue reading Wallis Bird Australian Tour – December 2016
Following the release of her 2016 critically acclaimed sophomore album Deep Dark Savage Heart, Melody Pool is set to perform her lyrics, propelled by heartache to Australian audiences this September and October. She will be joined by Peter Bibby, who after performing at the likes of Laneway Festival and SXSW will be bookending the last two years touring his debut album, Butcher/Hairstylist/Beautician. These songwriters will play a string of dates across the country, offering an evening of music that makes no apologies and tells it like it is.
Continue reading Peter Bibby Teams Up With Melody Pool For National Co-headline Tour – Sept/Oct 2016
Sweet Jean are excited to share the video for their searing new single ‘Main Street’, ahead of their East Coast tour in support of their stellar new album Monday to Friday.
Continue reading SWEET JEAN SHARE NEW VIDEO & ANNOUNCE EAST COAST TOUR – July 2016
Having only recently released her critically acclaimed second album PANACEA, Sahara Beck is showing no signs of slowing down, with her busy touring schedule set to extend into the tail end of 2016. The 20-year-old, 3 x QMA winning singer-songwriter from the Sunshine Coast, has just announced she will be joining Ball Park Music for their massive, 17-date national album tour, which kicks off September 3, alongside Melbourne indie rockers The Creases, PLUS sets locked in for the upcoming Bello Winter Music Festival.
Continue reading Sahara Beck To Support Ball Park Music + Upcoming Shows + Album ‘PANACEA’
Willie Watson and Josh Hedley will arrive next week to commence what will be a rollicking ride down our East Coast of folk, country, blues and good ol’ times. Starting in Brisbane then onto Bellingen for Bello Winter Music, then Sydney, then Melbourne and Meeniyan.
Continue reading Willie Watson and Josh Hedley – East Coast Australian Tour Dates – July 2016
Two musical trajectories born of enthralling live performances and evocative storytelling will converge in July and August for a run of shows nationally.
William Crighton and Claire Anne Taylor have carved their name into the Australian music scene this year with universally acclaimed debut albums and strong praise from live music reviews, each shaped by their formative years spent in rural serenity.
Continue reading William Crighton & Claire Anne Taylor Announce National Tour – July/August 2016
One of the most exciting and endearing Australian indie-rock outfits, Bad Pony, have just unveiled tour dates and a new single ‘Sideways’ – a DIY self-produced effort recorded at guitarist Cron Van Niekerk’s home studio.
Continue reading Bad Pony – New Single ‘Sideways’ + Tour Dates 2016
Mat McHugh is about to take his music around Australia, performing a solo tour for the first time in a few years.
The latter part of 2015 was a tumultuous time for Mat. Having written, recorded and released a new FREE album – WAVES (www.matmchugh.bandcamp.com/album/waves) – Mat had to cancel his Australian tour last September after only a few shows due to extensive neck and back injuries.
Continue reading Mat McHugh Announces Solo 2016 Tour
A Tribe Called Red have announced they will be heading to Australia to perform for the first time an extensive run of shows throughout the east-coast including headline dates as well as Australian Music Week, The Sydney Opera House’s ‘Homeground’. A Tribe Called Red aims to challenge stereotypes about indigenous people by using video segments taken from pop culture (movies, cartoons) in order to poke fun of the racist imagery. They not only mix tradition with contemporary art via music+video, but also their dancer who mix b-boy style with traditional hoop dancing.
Continue reading A Tribe Called Red Announce Australian Shows