ENTER SHIKARI return to Australia this May to unleash their fractured take on punk, metal, dubstep, hip-hop and electronica. The St Albans quartet will bombard your senses and this time they are armed with The Mindsweep which can be described as a future classic right now but more importantly realise The Mindsweep is a classic for OUR time.
Continue reading ENTER SHIKARI – The Mindsweep Australian Tour – May 2015
Due to overwhelming demand, Seth Sentry has confirmed a second Melbourne show for his upcoming Run Tour in February and March. Seth will be bringing Canberra’s, Citizen Kay and Perth’s Coin Banks along as supports on his national headline tour.
Melbourne fans who missed out on tickets to the sold out Hi-Fi show on Saturday 7 March now have a second chance to attend on Sunday 8 March. Punters are advised to pre-book now to avoid disappointment. Tickets for the second Melbourne show and all other shows are on sale now at www.sethsentry.com.
Continue reading Seth Sentry Announce Second Melbourne Show for National Run Tour!
“Every inch of me is always itching unless I’m on a stage,” sings The Smith Street Band front man Wil Wagner on the opening tracks to their new record Throw Me In The River.
Barely resting since having spent November touring the country to promote the album, which sold out shows in every city including three sold out Corner Hotel shows in their hometown of Melbourne, the band announce their first tour of 2015.
In what has been a stellar year for the group, in which Throw Me In The River has received universal praise, been crowned triple j’s album of the week and debuted in the top 20 of the ARIA chats, 2015 will be much of the same for the band, already filling their calendar with national and international tour dates, including a second appearance at Belgium’s Groezrock Festival.
Continue reading THE SMITH STREET BAND – MAMMOTH “GET HIGH, SEE EVERYONE” TOUR 2015
Currently on tour (November-December 2014) in support of his new album ‘Heartwood’, KARL S. WILLIAMS took time our for LifeMusicMedia…
:: What track changed your life ::
Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground by Blind Willie Johnson. A wordless and primitive expression of pure beauty. It showed me that all artifice could be done away with and the song could be whittled to its core, transcending even language.
:: What is your favourite Album ::
Probably Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here. I have listened to it a million times and it always works.
Continue reading Q&A with Karl S. Williams
Fire the retro blasters and re-enter the atmosphere…
After some drifting through the deep sonic universe The Datsuns can finally reveal special guests for this Australian tour as it hurtles through the planet.
The Datsuns latest album Deep Sleep elaborates on their signature breakneck-paced rock’n’roll delving into more menacing terrain summoned from the bands collective proto-metal 70s influences; Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Blue Oyster Cult and Bloodrock, to name a few. Semi-tones are thrown in amongst blues scale riffs creating a darker, more evil sound that summons images of 1970s cult film super-villains.
Continue reading THE DATSUNS Deep Sleep Australian tour – December 2014
If there’s one constant in the disjointed life of Darren Hanlon, it’s his annual Yuletide show series. “The years seem to get faster but for me the Christmas tour is the playing card in the spokes that mark each turn,” he says.
And the season is upon us again. Nearing a decade of existence, this year will see Hanlon once again take the stage in a blaze of solo informality, keeping things loose and inviting special guests to sing a song or two.
Don’t miss Darren Hanlon at The Bridge Hotel in Castlemaine on Thursday 11 December, Trinity Sessions in Adelaide on Sunday 14 December (all ages), Mojo’s in Fremantle on Monday 15 December, Northcote Uniting Church Hall in Melbourne on Thursday 18 December (all ages), Northcote Social Club in Melbourne on Friday 19 December, St Stephens Church in Sydney on Saturday 20 December (all ages), and The Globe in Brisbane on Sunday 21 December (all ages). Tickets to all shows are on sale now.
Continue reading Darren Hanlon Announces 2014 Christmas Tour
After being onsale for just 3 days, the Geelong and Coolangatta dates of The Amity Affliction’s ‘The Weigh Downunder Tour’ have completely sold out. To accomodate the demand, an additional and final show has been added at the Coolangatta Hotel for Sunday November 18. Tickets go onsale 9am AEST (Queensland local time) tomorrow October 21.
The Amity Affliction recently announced ‘The Weigh Downunder’ Tour which will reach regional and suburban centres around Australia throughout January including Tasmania, North Queensland, Northern Territory, Western Australia and the East Coast. Joining them on the tour will be In Hearts Wake, Confession and Antagonist AD.
Continue reading The Amity Affliction – ‘The Weigh Downunder Tour’ – January 2015
Prepare yourselves for the 2015 Laneway Festival line-up, one of our favourites yet.
Traversing seven cities and three countries, the festival is well and truly settled into its home in each state. From the sparkling backdrop of the Maribyrnong and Port Rivers in Melbourne and Adelaide, the beachside location in Fremantle, the historic grounds of Sydney College of The Arts and our brand new home in Brisbane, the event is a true highlight on the Singapore, New Zealand and Australian music calendars.
Continue reading 2015 St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival Line-up Announced!
KillRockStar Big Dog Entertainment presents the elated Australian return of dance pop icons AQUA!
Danish pop stars AQUA return with their amazing live band to deliver all the massive hits that have made them a household name across the globe. With rave reviews and a string of 11 sold out shows across the country in 2012, Australian lovers of 90’s pop have another chance to relive some of the biggest moments in pop history!
Continue reading AQUA Greatest Hits Australian Tour 2014
Since releasing their debut single ‘Delete’ in February this year, it’s fair to say that DMA’s have certainly made their mark…although they’ll be the first to admit that they’re only just getting started!
Continue reading DMA’S sell out shows | second Melbourne and Sydney dates announced
Recent acclaim for Bob Dylan:
“A performance filled with gusto, never afraid of restructuring the classics, Dylan succeeded in delivering another stellar live show in his ‘Never Ending Tour’.” – Hot Press live review July 2010
“Dylan’s voice is actually the star.” – New Musical Express (NME)
“The album’s a gas, a riot, a hoot.” (LP Together Through Life) – Uncut Magazine
“His third straight masterwork.” (LP Modern Times) – Rolling Stone – ☆☆☆☆, and ranked #1 album of 2006
Mr Bob Dylan – celebrated poet, artist, singer, writer, actor and radio announcer – will send legions of fans back once more to all those wonderful songs and albums, as he returns after close to four years for a tour taking in Australian capital cities and festival appearances in Byron Bay for Bluesfest and Fremantle for West Coast Blues & Roots.
Continue reading BOB DYLAN touring Australia in April 2011! [Tour News]
|In Early 2009 whilst walking Fremantle’s flamboyant streets, Ozjam creator Chris ‘Crispy’ Wilks heard an encapsulating voice singing Sade’s ‘No Ordinary Love’ – it was the dynamic vocals of Tania Walker. Having learnt her first guitar chords at 12 from then fellow busker John Butler, had no.1 hits in the Pacific Islands and recently returned from a stint in New York performing at the world renowned Blue Note Cafe she was ready take her world class voice in a new direction.
Working with Crispy, Tania set about auditioning musicians to form the exuberant act which is DEMI-MONDE, comprising of Dave Webb (drums) who has supported the English rock band Reef (place your hands) , Mat Adams (bass), and Billie Kiagoes (guitar) who has played alongside Nuno Bettencourt (Extreme).
To date the band has performed at the much loved, eclectic live music venue Mojo’s and captivated the Freo crowds with exhilarating live shows. Continue reading DEMI-MONDE @ MOJOs, Fremantle – August 5, 2010
|There are few self-managed independent Australian acts that can state, they’ve toured with the likes of Santana & Lauryn Hill, been broadcast live worldwide performing at Al Gore’s 2007 Live Earth and toured across the world captivating crowds, filling rooms & rocking festivals, from Sydney to LA, NY to London, Tokyo to Montreal, Berlin to Melbourne.|