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BEACH SLANG + SPRING KING announce Splendour In The Grass Sideshows – July 2016

It’s a punk-rock, post-punk showdown with a co-headline tour from alt-rockers Beach Slang and Spring King!

Philly foursome Beach Slang have proved themselves as a band who can write memorable songs, share that energy live and create a community of like-minded fans. The band’s full-length The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us is the culmination of their collective career and picks up where their two critically acclaimed 7-inches, 2014’s Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street and Who Would Ever Want Something So Broken? left off. The feelings of youth and vulnerability lie at the core of Beach Slang’s music, which is part punk, part pop and all catharsis. Fresh from ten whiplash-inducing shows at this year’s SXSW, you won’t want to miss them make their Australian debut this July!
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Fat White Family announce Splendour In The Grass Side Shows – July 2016

Fat White Family
South Londoners Fat White Family have announced Splendour In The Grass sides-shows, kicking off in Sydney at Oxford Art Factory on Saturday 23rd July followed by a double header in Melbourne at Yah Yah’s on Sunday 24th July and Cherry Bar on Monday 25th July.
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The Grates – ‘Team Work Makes The Dream Work’ Tour – August 2015

To celebrate to the recently announced ‘Team Work Makes The Dream Work’ Australian east coast tour, The Grates release their deliciously romantic new video for latest single ‘Call Me’.

Pop a bottle and raise a glass, light some candles, scatter some rose petals and of course, no date night is complete without a selection of the finest supermarket brand cheeses, The Grates’ new clip is sure to get you in the mood for love.
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Catfish and The Bottlemen announce Splendour Sideshows!

catfish and the Bottlemen
After winning over audiences across Australia supporting The Kooks in January, Catfish And The Bottlemen will return this July to play Splendour In The Grass Festival. The band have announced two Splendour side-shows; Wednesday 22nd July at Corner Hotel in Melbourne and Thursday 23rd July at Oxford Art Factory in Sydney.
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Graveyard – Headline Australian Tour Dates – March 2015

graveyardNordic metal longhairs Graveyard will return to Australia in March 2015 for Golden Plains Festival and have announced headline shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Before Gothenburg’s GRAVEYARD had their own brand of beer in Sweden, or won a Swedish Grammy for Best Hard Rock album, or landed on three Billboard charts and multiple “Best of 2011” lists with their album ‘Hisingen Blues’, they caught the attention of Rolling Stone’s David Fricke at SXSW in 2008. “They blew a few dozen minds,” Fricke said.
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Double Pass Giveaway | Catfish and The Bottlemen @ Oxford Art Factory, Sydney – January 19th, 2015

Welsh indie rockers Catfish and The Bottlemen have announced headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne and we have 2 x double passes up for grabs.
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For your chance to win 1 x Double Pass to Catfish and The Bottlemen @ Oxford Art Factory, Sydney on Monday 19th January 2015, just fill in the form below. (must be over 18)
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Catfish and The Bottlemen – Australian Headline Shows – January 2015

Welsh indie rockers Catfish and The Bottlemen have announced headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne around their national tour supporting The Kooks.

This will be their first visit to Australia. With their current single Cocoon currently on high rotation on triple j, they’ve also had several of their singles premiered on Zane Lowe’s iconic “Hottest Record In The World” segment, and garnered play listing on Radio 1. In recent times they’ve performed at over thirty international festivals including Reading & Leeds, Latitude and Governors Ball in NYC gaining a high reputation for their explosive live shows.
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They’re Back! Scott Russo & Phil Jamieson Team Up For Christmas Shows

Phil Jamieson

They joined forces earlier this year for two SOLD OUT shows in Sydney and Melbourne, and now the rest of Australia will get the chance to experience Phil Jamieson and Scott Russo’s live show.
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