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Bass Drum of Death, The Mess Hall, DZ Deathrays, Bad//Dreems and more to play the Farmer & The Owl Festival in Wollongong!

The Farmer & The Owl Festival returns wot Wollongong this March and for 2015, organisers have brought together a great line up of Australian and international guests set to ensure the punters are well taken care of. The inaugural event in 2013 sold out and has now become somewhat of an institution, regardless of its short history. Returning to the University of Wollongong in a few months, The Farmer & The Owl Festival will be playing host to the following line up of bands for you!

Gig Announcements: Sydney & NSW - 17th July 2014

In this issue: Twerps announce EP launch shows, Presentation Night hits Sydney to discuss football and music, Little Rippers + The Groove CoOp play free show this August, Jenny Broke The Window release new single and announce hometown shows, Oliver Downes launches debut EP, Cabins hit Sydney this July, Wagons return to Australia this August, Tomorrow Never Comes returns to GoodGod + more.

Splendour Sideshow Photo Gallery: Cold War Kids - Capitol, Perth (02.08.13)

Cold War Kids ended their Australian tour with a sold out show at Capitol. They were supported by Cabins. Stuart Sevastos bring us the highlights from the night.

Splendour Sideshow Live Review: Cold War Kids + Cabins - The Gov, Adelaide (01.08.13)

Indie-rockers Cold War Kids made their way to a sold out show in Adelaide Friday night, as part of their Splendour sideshow tour.

Gig Announcements: Sydney, NSW & The ACT - February 18th

In This Issue: Spirit of House Block Party, Li’l Darlin live shows, Jep and Dep headline show and EP launch, Rat & Co, Kilter, Lanterns & The Gate DJs at FBi Social, Mary and The Banks EP launch at The Basement, Step-Panther and Wax Witches at GoodGod Small Club, Oddisee and Olivier Daysoul at Civic Underground, Tribute and fund raiser for J Dilla at Civic Underground, Katie Whyte and The Pales Sydney shows, Gimme Shelter hosted over two nights, The Model School at Brighton Up Bar.

Photo Gallery: The Question Fruit (You Am I) + Cabins - The Annandale Hotel (26.01.13)

On Australia Day, You Am I played a "Secret Headline" gig under the name "The Question Fruit", supported by Cabins at the legendary Annandale Hotel. Photography by Pete Dovgan.

Gig Announcements: Birds of Tokyo, Lowlakes, Regular John, Charles Baby, Regurgitator and more!

Birds of Tokyo

In this issue: Birds of Tokyo announce new EP and live shows, Lowlakes return with Cold Company, Regular John plays Woollongong and Canberra and more!


Birds of Tokyo released their new EP This Fire today. Not only do they have new music, but they have announced two special live shows in December.

Stonefield to Headline Your Festival at The Cambridge Hotel

Your Festival is back again for another year celebrating diverse Australian music at The Cambridge Hotel. This year spread out over 3 nights on Friday the 23rd till Sunday the 25th of November. This will be a more chilled out affair - or full weekend bender which ever you prefer - then last year which went on for ten hours and had Ball Park Music headlining.

Gig Announcements: City Calm Down, The Mess Hall, Amanda Murzdan, Ganga Giri and more!

In this issue: City Calm Down announce launch dates for their new EP, The Mess Hall get set to play one off Melbourne show, Amanda Murzdan is going to be launching her new single at the Norfolk Basement and more!


Annandale Hotel still selling bricks and hosting three SLAM shows

One of Sydney's most recognisable venues, the Annandale Hotel is more than just a music venue; it's an institution. It is known Australia wide as a stepping stone for young bands and artists to pursue their dreams of rock and roll fame and now it is time to give back to a place that has given the Australian music scene so much.