As they march towards the release of their debut album later this year, WAAX has once again reasserted themselves as one of premiere acts in Australian music today with the release of a brand-new single, ‘I Am,’ and with it details of a sweeping, national tour.
Continue reading Tour News : WAAX Return With New Single ‘I Am’ + Announce National Tour 2019
Musical phenomenon Darren Hart, aka Harts, has already had a huge year in 2016.
Continue reading Harts Announced New Album & National Tour
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Tickets to the June 24 Melbourne leg of The Living End’s Shift national tour have already sold out after going on sale earlier this morning, and so the band has swiftly added a second show for Thursday June 23.
Continue reading The Living End Release New Single ‘Keep On Running’, Announce New Album Shift And Australian Tour
Fresh from slaying Laneway Festival audiences around the country, Tkay Maidza has just announced a national tour for her whip-cracking new single ‘M.O.B’ The first track from her upcoming and debut album is an anthem of ‘Money Over Bitches’ – mixing calypso beats with a lightning-fast emcee flow – delivered with Tkay’s now trademark energy.
Continue reading TKAY MAIDZA ‘M.O.B’ 2015 National Tour
Armed with fast flow, bossy beats and hella high shoes Adelaide emcee Tkay Maidza continues to stomp her way to the top of the rap-game today premiering her new single ‘M.O.B.’ from her highly-anticipated debut album dropping in 2015 via Dew Process/Universal Music Australia.
Continue reading Tkay Maidza – new single ‘M.O.B.’ + Tour Dates
Wet – the rising minimal-pop three-piece-band from Brooklyn – have just announced that in addition to supporting London Grammar, they will be making the journey across the globe to perform two intimate headline shows in both Sydney and Melbourne. Finally Australian audiences will be able to see what all the international buzz is about!
Continue reading Wet Announce Australian Tour – March 2015
Gossling’s vocal quirkiness has set her apart from other contemporary artists, underpinned by music that has moved with the times; transitioning from a folky leaning to include elements of electronic synths and textures. Her debut album, “Harvest Of Gold” was undoubtedly one of 2013’s best Australian releases, (“Joyous, honest and dreamy” – Harper’s Bazaar). To celebrate her national tour she will release a special digital only edition of “Harvest of Gold” featuring a bonus EP of new and previously unreleased music, including her stunning covers of Everclear’s 90’s anthem ‘Santa Monica’ and Vance Joys’ hit single ‘Riptide’ [Video Below].
Continue reading Gossling Harvest Of Gold National Tour Announcement
Big beats, big hooks and big problems; an art so effortlessly realised by Brooklyn three-piece Wet and signature traits that today see them signed to the Dew Process family – a musical bloodline spanning the likes of London Grammar, Mumford & Sons, Sarah Blasko and Gossling.
The signing follows Wet’s recent stint at SXSW; four shows in short succession that saw them emerge a festival favourite, dazzling fans and industry alike.
Continue reading Wet Signs With Dew Process
Now in their second decade, The Hold Steady formed in 2003 in Brooklyn, NY, and, with their vibrant mixture of punk ethos and classic rock pedigree punctuated by lyrically dense storytelling and guitar riffs, quickly became a critically acclaimed rock band with a rabid fan base to match.
‘Teeth Dreams’ is the New York band’s sixth album and first on its own Positive Jams imprint via new label Washington Square, itself a newly established imprint formed by Razor & Tie, distributed by Sony in Australia. The Australian release will feature an extra three exclusive tracks.
Continue reading The Hold Steady Return with new Album “Teeth Dreams” | May 2nd 2014
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The Living End raise the alarm for arena tour (see what I did there?)
Everyone’s favourite Australian alternative rockabilly punk rock band The Living End have announced a tour of the East Coast and Perth taking place over the four Fridays in May. “So what!” I hear you shout. Well, before I continue I’ll ask you to calm down. Calm now? Good. The unusual thing about this tour is that dates in Melbourne, Sydney, and Perth will be taking place in arenas. The tour will be the first time the Melbourne band has headlined an arena tour in Australia and will be the band’s only major city performances in 2009.
Coming along for the ride are Perth grunge act Gyroscope and blog buzz band (BBB?) Tame Impala. All four shows will be all-ages and for something quite unusual for arena shows, tickets will be under $60! The Living End will also be re-releasing White Noise with a bonus CD full of rare never released before tracks, and tickets buyers will be able to add the release onto the ticket price for a nominal fee. How’s that for service.
[photo: Stuart Blythe]
Continue reading The Living End, Raise The Alarm Tour May 2009
Interview by: Harro for LifeMusicMedia
Harro: Yves Klein Blue are named after artist Yves Klein’s famous IKB, a blue paint that does not lose its brilliance over time, which is a metaphor for your bands aspiration to create music that will never weaken with age. Whose idea was it to pick Yves Kleins masterpiece as the name of the band?
Charles: Michaels. I blame it all on him. I must admit, the analysis for the bandname has come up in hindsight, but it still seems like a good idea.
Harro: How does it feel to be touring with The Holidays whom are one of the bands that you look up to the most?
Charles: It will certainly be an interesting tour. I mean we’re going to Perth and Adelaide! We’ve never been there before, though I think the Holidays have. They’re hardened road warriors.
Harro: Who came up with the interesting name of the tour Immaculate Confection? Continue reading “Genius isn’t it?” YKB’s lead guitarist Charles Sales tells Harro a few days before their Immaculate Confection Tour, October 2008