Something For Kate perform a special show at the Corner Hotel with support from Courtney Barnett. Rebecca Houlden was there and brings you these photos from the pit.
“The sound was checked and found to be quite satisfactory. The minstrels dine in the light of a full moon. The night promises many wonders...” tweeted Something For Kate frontman, Paul Dempsey this afternoon. Not only has the band returned to Adelaide, dubbed by Dempsey as “The Kingdom”, but it is also his birthday and man, was the crowd in a celebratory mood.
“Something for Kate and Courtney Barnett played at the Gov in Adelaide (aka "The Kingdom") on Paul Dempsey's birthday. Chad Lofts was there, with his camera, to bring you these photos....
Melbourne singer Courtney Barnett latest single "History Eraser" was clip of the week on Rage and featured on Channel V, and she was named by Triple J as the "Next Crop" artist for 2012.
It was this time last year when the then 23 year old released her debut EP, and now it is her first time headlining gigs outside of Melbourne.
Her band The Courtney Barnetts will be touring in support of her new single "Avant Gardener."
Finally after a five year hiatus, Jens Lekman is back with a new album and a new live show.
At this time of year, a lot of people tend to look back at things that happened through the year. In this little review though we lookforward and look at a bunch of Australian bands (and a few from overseas) that are due for some exciting things in the new year.
In this issue: Nick Cannon joins Mariah Carey on tour, The Rubens & Jimmy Barnes join Bruce Springsteen, local acts announced for Boys of Summer tour, Laurel Halo cancels Australia tour and more!
Boys Of Summer tour 2013 local supports announced!
If you're stuck for music options this summer, you may want to check out the stellar line up of musicians set to take on some classic albums as part of the Rockwiz-curated 'Summer of Classic Albums' at Pure Pop Records in Melbourne.
In this issue: Mariah Carey, KISS, Keith Urban, Tina Arena, Guy Sebastian, Black Sabbath and Ash Grunwald announce extra tour dates, Swedish House Mafia sell out in 30 seconds and loads more..
KISS AND MÖTLEY CRÜE - 2ND AND FINAL SYDNEY SHOW ON SALE MONDAY!
The decadent Palace theatre was crammed with Twentysomethings clad in all manner of jewel-coloured 80’s get ups, many gals braving metal stairs in their platformed wedges. In the shadow of worldwide economic turmoil, it’s comforting to know that 5 Brisbanites, who make up Ball Park Music , can fill the Palace to its capacity of 2000 people on this warm, Friday evening.
The evening was charged with an omnipresent sense of magic, and as cardie -wearing, rosy cheeked Melbourne lads, The Ocean Party played smashing jangly pop tunes, the night that unfolded was one of wonder; showcasing three damn fine Aussie acts.
In This Issue: Butterfly Boucher plays final showcase gig in Melbourne, Sounds of Suburbia set to showcase South Australian music at The Gov, Pegazus set to rock The Espy, The Rubens bringing awesome live show to The Gov, plus much more!
BUTTERFLY BOUCHER FINAL SHOWCASE GIG IN MELBOURNE
In this issue: Blues and Roots show at The Workers Club, Conquer Cancer Benefit at Northcote Social Club, Something For Kate return, Snow Patrol hit the intimate Take 40 stage, Joe McKee gets an album launch, Ska Nation comes to an end, Elvis and the Gunners gets a tribute, Virgil Donati hits the Gov, Smitty & B. Goode announce Adelaide shows, Split Seconds launch album, The Night Terrors play the Ding Dong Lounge, Streetlight Symphony launch a new single, Thundamentals announce tour, Jeru The Damaja returns to the Espy, Fabulous Diamonds announce supports...