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CALLING ALL CARS

Best of 2014 Countdown: Best 40 Australian Albums of the Year

Earlier this month we revealed our top 40 albums of 2014, which included 14 albums from Australia (including The Smith Street Band as our number one!). As we did last year, however, we want to make sure as many Australian albums are highlighted as possible! So, we've gone back to our list of votes from AU's fine contributors and put together a list of the top 40 Australian albums (LPs and EPs both eligible) of 2013!

Reflecting on The Aussie BBQ at CMJ 2014 in New York City!

Dear Australian Friends, Remember me? I'm your long lost Aussie lady who you used to love, who moved away four years ago and now knows nothing of the Great Southern Land. The country where I live now is strange. They don't even know how to make barbies. It's like, chuck some snags on there and they look at me like I'm weird and then suggest putting on shrimp. It's confusing.

Photo Gallery: Biffy Clyro + Calling All Cars - Metro City, Perth (12.09.14)

The last stop on Biffy Clyro's Opposites Tour was at Metro City in Perth. Stuart Sevastos brings us highlights of the night, supported by Australia's own Calling All Cars...

Live Review: Biffy Clyro + Calling All Cars - HQ, Adelaide (09.09.14)

Biffy Fucking Clyro. Biffy FUCKING Clyro. It's an odd feeling being in a room as small as HQ tonight, generally regarded these days as being one of Adelaide's best venues for live music, given the band's international status. The crowd isn't the largest I've seen the venue operate with, but it didn't matter tonight - when Biffy Clyro return to play bigger venues sometime in the future, I know I can say I'd seen something special tonight.

Photo Gallery: Biffy Clyro + Calling All Cars - Palais Theatre, Melbourne (07.09.14)

Biffy Clyro head to Melbourne's Palais Theatre to keep the weekend going on a warm Sunday night in St. Kilda, supported by Calling All Cars.

Live Review: Biffy Clyro + Calling All Cars - Enmore Theatre, Sydney (05.09.14)

The release of "Mountains" in 2008 made Biffy Clyro a household name in the UK. A year later, Only Revolutions was released and the group was catapulted to festival headliner status, famously headlining the Reading and Leeds Festivals over Nine Inch Nails, much to the chagrin of Trent Reznor. If you hadn't been paying attention it may have seemed like they had come out of nowhere.

Photo Gallery: Biffy Clyro + Calling All Cars - Enmore Theatre, Sydney (05.09.14)

Scottish superstars Biffy Clyro hit the stage at Sydney's Enmore Theatre in what was their biggest every headline show in our city. Mikki Gomez was there to capture them in action, supported by Calling All Cars.

Calling All Cars added to UK's Sonisphere Festival Lineup

Melbourne band Calling All Cars have just been added to the bill of Sonisphere Festival over in the UK, taking place this July in Knebworth. The bill also features heavyweights such as The Prodigy, Iron Maiden, and Metallica - just to name a few. It comes off the back of Calling All Cars' massive 22 date tour across Australia - proving that there's no rest for the wicked (good). Their latest record Raise The People will also be released in the UK on July 28.

The Love Junkies announce WA release shows for their new EP "Fight Test".

Perth's The Love Junkies follow up their debut album, last year's Maybelene with their new EP Fight Test. The self-produced EP will be out April 4, and the band will officially launch the EP in their home town of Perth on April 5, a date which lands in the middle of their current joint tour with Calling All Cards

Live Review: Kingswood + Calling All Cars - Manning Bar, Sydney (20.03.14)

When Kingswood and Calling All Cars get together, you know it's going to be a big one. This gig featured special guests, a lot of crowd participation, and lead singers sharing their alcohol. Amongst all the craziness, there were a lot of rocking tunes. It was a great night and a gig to be remembered.

Calling All Cars set for the 'Raise the People' national tour.

They may be relocating to the UK in 2014, but Calling All Cars are making sure Australian crowds don't forget their high energy shows, with the announcement of an extensive national tour March, April and May! The "Raise the People" Australian tour will see the trio take their classics and new material from the forthcoming Raise the People to more people than ever before, with an impressive 23 dates locked in for this three month long tour.

the AU interview: Haydn Ing of Calling All Cars (Melbourne)

Melbourne's Calling All Cars have a killer new single in "Werewolves" and are soon to be out on the road to launch the track in a great partying, kickass fashion. Haydn Ing takes some time out to answer some questions Paul McBride had about their new album and what we can be expecting!

Single Stream: Calling All Cars "Werewolves" (2013)

Calling All Cars have released their new single 'Werewolves', from their upcoming 2014 album. It's been a little while since we heard from them, with their last album Dancing with a Dead Man released in 2011.

Live Review: BIGSOUND Live - Night 2 (12.09.13)

Welcome back to coverage from Brisbane’s premier music conference and live showcase, BIGSOUND! (crowd goes wild) Tonight will feature the likes of Hey Geronimo, Sheppard, The Jungle Giants, Dubmarine, Tigertown and the Melbourne Ska Orchestra, among others. However, let us begin with at Electric Playground.