The Mark Of Cain return to the stage this October performing their debut album Battlesick in its entirety.
Originally released in 1989 via indie Adelaide label Dominator Battlesick sounded like no Australian album before it or since. Tracks like Wake Up, Dead Man’s Mail, The Setback, Call in Anger and the title track addressed the fear of dreams, the threat of death, anger over disappointment and personal setbacks; not exactly the subject matter of an era when Kylie Minogue was queen and Ratcat were primed to become the pinnacle of the underground. It did not chart and in Australia it was barely heard out of Adelaide however, it’s resonance did find an audience even if that audience had to come from places farer rather than near. Continue reading THE MARK OF CAIN “Battlesick” 30th Anniversary National Tour – October 2019→
Hot off the heels of the release of their latest album Future Ruins earlier this year, which saw them stamp their authority as the OG purveyors of widescreen psychedelic shoegaze, Swervedriver are ready to land back Down Under this September brandishing their latest long player full of molten riffs and a sonic roadtrip through the depths of their back catalogue stretching back almost 30 years. Continue reading Tour News : Swervedriver Australian Tour – September 2019→
25 years of being consumed!
Emerging from one of the eddies in the independent undercurrent of Brisbane’s 90s music scene, the past 2.5 decades have been of ceaseless re-inventive spirit, playing with form and flux, the affection of self-parody, ever ambling a rickety bridge of modus vivendi, all bagged up with an effervescent outsider enthusiasm that has never left their skin. And now… to pound the quarter century mark with a fully blown visually rehabilitated retrospective of a show straddling a holographic hyperbole of antiquated technology, trawling the analogue back through the digital. Continue reading Tour News : Regurgitator – Quarter Pounder: 25 Years of Being Consumed→
TEG DAINTY announced that global superstar Michael Bublé will return in February 2020 with a 36-piece orchestra to thrill Australian audiences on his five-city tour taking in Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth.
An Evening with Michael Bublé 2020 National Tour Dates:
BRISBANE | Tuesday 4 & Wednesday 5 February at Brisbane Entertainment Centre
SYDNEY | Friday 7 February at Qudos Bank Arena
ADELAIDE | Wednesday 12 & Thursday 13 February at Adelaide Entertainment Centre
MELBOURNE | Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 February at Rod Laver Arena
PERTH | Friday 21 February at RAC Arena
Deaf Havana have been an enduring force in the British alt rock scene for almost a decade and a half, releasing five studio albums over 14 years. Their latest effort, ‘Rituals’, was released in August 2018 and has been described by the band and critics alike as an evolution of their sound. Featuring singles Sinner, Holy and Worship, frontman James Veck-Gilodi says that this album was written to be thematic. ‘Rituals’ scored Deaf Havana their second consecutive UK Top 10 album, and featured Singles of the Week on BBC Radio 1 and Virgin Radio, plus support from some of the UK’s most esteemed publications. Continue reading Tour News : Deaf Havana – Australian Tour – August 2019→
Stand by for a double shot of dirty, gritty, sleazy, street wise Rock ‘n’ Roll as Los Angeles’ notorious, multi-platinum-selling rock band BUCKCHERRY team up with special guests Sweden’s Kings of thrashy sleaze rock HARDCORE SUPERSTAR thanks to Silverback Touring.