Niche Productions is pleased to announce the Australian DJ tour for BONOBO: a musician, producer and DJ, hailing from Britain. An artist that constantly pushes himself outside of his musical comfort zone, Bonobo’s ranging personal tastes and regularly expanding range of synthesizers and instruments continue to take his productions to new levels. This outlook has earned him a reputation as one of the most pioneering figures in electronic music, in both his solo DJ sets and 12-piece live band shows. March will see Bonobo travelling to Auckland, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth for solo DJ sets with spectacular visuals that are not to be missed.
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The Bloodpoets “Wings” Tour – March/April 2011 [Tour News]
|Tom Murphy began The Bloodpoets in Germany, after writing songs and busking on the streets of Erlangen. Within weeks, Fire In Erlangen had been written and recorded, set to be released to the German market. Back in Australia, The Bloodpoets released their debut EP in 2006 to rave reviews..
The success of Fire In Erlangen saw The Bloodpoets become a staple to the Brisbane music scene, performing on Festival stages and enduring heavy touring in Australia to great acclaim.
Fast forward 3 years and Borderline is released as a single from their debut album Polarity. Immediate responses came from Triple J Unearthed seeing them being featured artists 2 months consecutively, and receiving a large circulation of play over the summer of 2008/2009.
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Bring Me The Horizon + The Amity Affliction + Asking Alexandria sidewave announced!
BRING ME THE HORIZON are redefining modern metal as we know it.
Itʼs not often scene kids, screamo fans and metal-heads can agree on a band, but after their explosive rise in popularity, BRING ME THE HORIZON have cemented themselves as the dominant force in the scene. No where was this more evident than when they exploded on to the Australian charts debuting at No.1 with their latest album ‘There Is A Hell Believe Me I’ve Seen It, There Is A Heaven Let’s Keep It A Secret‘.
“For all its bluster, ʻThere Is A Hell…. is the sound of a remarkable band establishing themselves as one of the finest of their generation.” – Rock Sound
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The New Pornographers @ Hi-Fi, Melbourne – 13 November 2010 – Photo Gallery
Photographer: Anna Kanci
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BIFFY CLYRO Headline Shows, Sydney/Melbourne – December 2010
| Chugg Entertainment and XIII Touring are pleased to announce Biffy Clyro headline shows at Factory Theatre Sydney Saturday 11th December (ALL AGES) and Thursday 16th Decmber at The Hi Fi Melbourne (18+).
Mercury Prize nominated Scottish rock royalty ‘Biffy Clyro’ are returning to Australia this December to storm our cities with their astounding live shows!
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Delta Spirit @ @ Hi-Fi, Brisbane 5th October 2010 – Photo Gallery
Ben Kweller @ Hi-Fi, Brisbane : 5th October 2010 – Photo Gallery
Black Dahlia Murder, Unearth, State of Integrity @ The Hi-Fi Brisbane 2nd June 2010 [Live Review]
Review: Hannah Collins
[Photo: Stuart Blythe]
|Over the isle of aggressive emo’s I trek, an uphill struggle lasting only 20 metres. Past a few youngins’, already heavily intoxicated before the headliners even arrive at the scene. It’s about 8.45PM, and a fight breaks out at the venue entrance… Black Dahlia Murder, have certainly attracted some eccentric hoodlums.
There are 5 bands on the bill in total, which may make for long night. Arriving too late to catch Gold Coast born; deathly brutal “Widow the Sea” (debut album coming soon) and most of the next set by Newcastle’s “The Storm Picturesque”, currently on a small Victorian tour. Both groups are relatively adolescent in relation to the depth of both their musical compilations and touring experience, but with a little time, they may just be a couple of names to watch out for…
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Unearth @ The Hi-Fi, Brisbane 2nd June 2010 [Photo Gallery]
Photographer: Stuart Blythe
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Unearth @ The Hi-Fi, Brisbane 2nd June 2010
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Nile and Hate Eternal @ The Hi-Fi, Brisbane 29th May 2010 [Photo Gallery]
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[Photo: Mel Hone]
Nile and Hate Eternal @ The Hi-Fi, Brisbane 29th May 2010
Photographer: Mel Hone
Midnight Juggernauts “The Crystal Axis” Tour – August 2010
|Catch Midnight Juggernauts on Thursday 12 August at The Gov in Adelaide, Saturday 14 August at The Capitol in Perth, Thursday 19 August at The Forum in Melbourne, Friday 20 August at The Forum in Sydney, and Saturday 21 August at the Hi Fi in Brisbane. Tickets are on sale now for all shows.
The Crystal Axis had its genesis in early 2009 when Midnight Juggernauts wired themselves into a house on a remote stretch of coastal New South Wales. Emerging with a collection of songs ripe for recording at Melbourne’s Sing Sing studios, the band again opted to self-produce with engineer Chris Moore (TV on the Radio, Yeasayer, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Liars) facilitating.
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Live Review: Hoodoo Gurus, The Break, The Gun Street Girls @ The Hi-Fi, Brisbane 29 April 2010
By Denis Semchenko
[Photo: Stuart Blythe]
|Tonight’s triple bill at West End’s Hi-Fi is more Aussie than Paul Hogan’s thongs, Merv Hughes’ handlebar or Rolf Harris’s wobbleboard – and all the more fun for it. Specialising in no-bullshit, classic pub rock, Gun Street Girls provide an invigorating start to the evening as the predominantly middle-aged, ’80s-weathered punters fill the venue. The erstwhile Dallas Crane dynamo, frontman Dave Larkin hammers a very cool Gretsch White Falcon and belts it out like one of the best screamers in Oz-rock that he is. Barnstormers How I Roll, Right Under The Wind and powerpop-tinged Party In Hell get the heads nodding and feet stomping; I consider myself nicely warmed up for the next sonic wave…
…which duly hits as The Break – an instrumental rock combo comprising three former Midnight Oil members and Violent Femmes’ bassist – open with a crunchy Ventures cover.
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Photo Gallery: Hockey @ The Hi-Fi, Melbourne 3rd February 2010
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[Photo: Carbie Warbie]
Photographer: Carbie Warbie
Hockey @ The Hi-Fi, Melbourne 3rd February 2010
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RZA [WU-TANG CLAN] – SUPPORTS ANNOUNCED!
|The head of the mighty WU-TANG CLANpire – rapper, producer, composer, actor, director, screenwriter and more recently author RZA (AKA the Abbott, Prince Rakeem, the Rzarector, Bobby Steels, Bobby Digital, Robert Diggs) returns to Australia and New Zealand for a string of shows this February!
The RZA first surfaced during the early ’90s as a member of All in Together Now, a group that also featured fellow Wu-Tang members the Genius (aka GZA) and Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Following All in Together Now’s dissolution,
he signed to Tommy Boy under the name Prince Rakeem, issuing the 1991 EP “Ooh We Love You Rakeem” before joining the Wu-Tang; the group’s 1993 debut, “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)”, was one of the most influential hip-hop records of the era, with RZA’s lean, menacing production work much imitated throughout the hip hop community in the years to follow.
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Photo Gallery: Laneous and the Family Yah @ The Hi-Fi, Brisbane 17 December 2009
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[Photo: Cody Alexander ]
Photographer: Cody Alexander