After an epic two years of writing, recording and touring, Brisbane's Ball Park Music have announced that they're going to be out on the road for one last, huge hurrah for the year. The "Thank Ewes Tour" is a special lot of headline dates dedicated to the Ball Park fans, a way of saying 'thanks' for their dedication and committment to the band over the past few years.
In this issue: Support acts for the Presidents, Paul Kelly and Neil Finn, Opeth, Counting Crows, William Elliott Whitmore, Nick Cave and One Direction announced while Loon Lake and They Might Be Giants selling out shows left right and centre!
Presidents of the United States of America announce support bands and special VIP tickets!
In this issue: awesome gigs to help celebrate Australia Day, Musicians band together for The Evening Cast benefit show, Drum & Bass duo Calyx & Teebee play Perth and loads more!
Claire Birchall plays a Public Bar Australia Day Show!
Eagle and the Worm's quirky, high-energy vibes went down like an ice-cold (non-alcoholic) drink on a hot summer's day at the first of four Fed Square Live gigs on Thursday.The Melbourne-based eight-piece kept things casual at the first of the free alcohol-free outdoor gig series, and the crowd loved it. And you can't blame them.
In this Issue: Deerhoof come to Australia, Loon Lake set to play Melbourne show and much more!
Deerhoof Announce Perth Show
October 12th saw Melbourne band Eagle and the Worm release their fresh EP, Strangelove. Featuring five rather varied tracks, this record is everything one could expect of the group and more.
About to embark on a tour of Australia’s east coast off the back of their recently released EP, Strangelove, Melbourne eight-piece Eagle and the Worm’s front-man Jarrad Brown is “never happier” than when on the road.
Eagle and the Worm are the ultimate live band, horn section and all, and have made a habit of making touring a priority.
Eagle and the Worm are getting ready to hit Australian shores for a national tour this November after the release of their brand new EP, Strangelove on October 12th.
In this issue: Edward Deer is launching his new record at The Vanguard, Pataphysics is presenting Subversive at The Gasometer, Dead Can Dance are set to perform at the Sydney Opera House and more!
EDWARD DEER LAUNCHING ‘ABOUT MONSTERS’ AT THE VANGUARD
The gumboots have stayed in backs of cars across Tyagarah. This has definitely been a Bluesfest to remember!
Although over the past four days we’ve talked a lot about the crowd getting moving to the incredible Bluesfest artists’ beats, Day 5 felt a lot more introspective. As storytellers and image-weavers dominated our discoveries, there was a line drawn in bold between us and the musical past.
Parkway Drive are the headliners for Victoria’s longest-running all ages live music festival, Push Over!
Now in its 8th year, the Peats Ridge Festival seems to be getting bigger and bigger. World renowned as one of the leading sustainability events, "Peats" is one of the must do NYE events on most of Australian bucket lists. A gathering for all things eclectic, the event creates a environment like no other.