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Photo Gallery: Augie March - Sydney Opera House (25.01.15)

Augie March

Augie March played at the Sydney Opera House for a special Australia Day Eve show, making their debut at the venue. Robin Sarmento was there and brings you these photos.

the AU's Weekend Gig Guide: The Australia Day Long Weekend Edition!

No matter how you're set to spend your Australia Day long weekend, we can guarantee there is a smorgasbord of live music taking place in your city. We've taken a look at the shows our AU contributors are going to be hitting up - perhaps we've got similar plans to you? Check out our picks for this weekend!

the AU interview: Adam Donovan of Augie March (Melbourne) talks their Sydney Opera House debut and the band's 5 year hiatus.

Augie March

Ahead of their Australia Day Eve performance at the Sydney Opera House, Brad Coles caught up with Adam Donovan of Melbourne's Augie March to talk about their debut at the iconic venue, their latest album and what he got up to during the band's five year hiatus.

Chet Faker, Augie March, Hilltop Hoods and more shortlisted for the APRA Music Awards!

The nominees for the 2015 APRA Music Awards were announced today, with the Sydney event set to celebrate some of the country's best at Carriageworks in March. The shortlisted artists for the prestigious Song Of The Year Award will be whittled down to five finalists, the winner of which will be announced at the ceremony on March 24th. Hosted by Brian Nankervis again this year, the event will also be joined by APRA Music Awards Director Robert Conley, who will be curating the live peformances on the night.

Urban Country Music Festival Drops First Artist Announcement!

For the first time ever the Urban Country Music Festival will fuse Urban, Country and Indie music with a lineup of more than 100 local and international acts playing six stages across three massive days of entertainment.

Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires, Augie March and more confirmed on latest Bluesfest announcement!

The good folk at Bluesfest have gone and given us all an early Christmas present in releasing their fifth artist announcement today! Joining the likes of Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, Lenny Kravitz and The Black Keys are now some fantastic musical stylings of the likes of Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaires, Augie March and more.

Augie March announce national 2015 tour!

Australian indie-pop band Augie March have just announced a national tour with a set of 10 gigs locked in for 2014/15, kicking it off with an already sold-out show in Victoria mid-December.

Gig Announcements: Melbourne & VIC - 27th November 2014.

In This Issue: Augie March announces Melbourne Recital Centre show, William Arthur (Glide) tribute show for the Workers Club, Frente! announces Gasometer gig, Mo Louie set for single launch at The 86, Twerps performing headline show at The Curtin, DJ Jazzy Jeff spinning at The Prince Bandroom and Jimmy Junk Heart announces launch show at the Prince of Wales!

Final nominees for the 2014 J Award for Album of the Year and Double J Artist of the Year nominees announced!

It’s November, which means it’s Triple J’s annual AUS music month. The highlight is the J Awards and the final nominees for Album of the Year and the inaugural Double J Artist of the Year have been announced.

Live Review: Augie March - Howler, Melbourne (30.10.14)

Earlier this year, after five years hiatus, Augie March announced they had quietly been working on their fifth album Havens Dumb much to the delight of their fans. Melbourne in particular responded positively to this news, selling out five shows this week at Howler.

Photo Gallery: Augie March + Teeth and Tongue - Howler, Melbourne. (30.10.14)

Last night saw Augie March play the second of five gigs at The Howler in Melbourne. Four of the shows were sold out and the fifth was by popular demand. Carl Dziunka went along to capture the show.

the AU's Weekend Gig Guide: October 30th - November 1st.

We've taken a look at some of the shows we're going to be heading to throughout the week ahead and deliver you this guide - our national gig picks of the week!

Album Review: Augie March - Havens Dumb (2014 LP)

Expectation is a burden that follows any elite outfit that have a proven catalogue of gems. It’s this price of genius that brings out the nerves in some and the anticipation in others when word of a new release hits. Augie March fills that rarefied air with their fifth album Havens Dumb; a vintage effort that is the band’s first collection of songs in six years, making expectations even harder to overlook. It’s not unfair to ask whether Augie March still have something to say after such a significant hiatus and a lukewarm solo spin off from Glenn Richards but it’s with healthy dose of relief that I say, yes they do.

Album News Weekly: 16 September 2014

In This Issue: Great list this week. From Augie March to Damien Rice to The Flaming Lips to Mary J. Blige to Montgomery to...a lot of others! Check it out guys, you only live once.

Ty Segall, Phosphorescent, Ghostface Killah and more join the Meredith Festival line up!

The Meredith Festival has once again made those who've entered the official ticket ballot incredibly hyped for the chance of landing themselves passes and everyone else who can't be at the December festival fiercely jealous, with the reveal of their 2014 artist announcement! Joining The War on Drugs is a line up of Australian and international artists Meredith describes as a result of 'dreaming longer', 'going further' and 'listening longer'.