La Dispute's lead singer, Jordan Dreyer, has a chat to the AU interview ahead of their upcoming Australian tour.
In this issue: Jesus Christ Superstar tickets moving quickly, P!nk adds another Melbourne date, #MusicIsLife announce set times, La Dispute announce support acts, Laura Marling adds extra shows to Heavenly Sounds tour, The Preatures add new shows to single launch tour, Stereophonics add Perth date and announce Atlas Genius as support and INHEARTSWAKE announce local supports, as does Enslaved and Thy Art Is Murder!
Jesus Christ Superstar tickets selling fast!
Tours are getting bigger and better this week, with Cradle of Filth announcing their support acts and a band comp to be their opening act, San Cisco adding even more to their Australian tour, Dig It Up is getting bigger and Obituary are doing exclusive shows in Melbourne and Sydney.
Cradle of Filth announce competition to find opening bands!
America's La Dispute will be embarking on what is to be a kickass tour of Australia mid-year, bringing with them Pianos Become the Teeth from Baltimore. La Dispute have been in the music-making game for roughly six years; the five friends from the upper midwest region of the US coming together with a mutual love and passion for creating music to be remembered, and to take them places.
Here they are. Coming to show us what they've got. Welcome them at a venue near you!
“Thanks for coming all the way to Melbourne to check us out” remarked Hoodlum Shouts in the middle of their set. Such was the casualness of their performance it seemed more like they were playing to a small group of friends rather than a couple of hundred punters.
There seems to be an endless stream of acts that are making the most of our vast brown land this summer. So much so that it is hard to keep up with everything that is happening. Luckily the AU review has got you covered with all those minor or yet all mportant details. Here's the latest news on some of the local and international acts that are touring this summer.
Many updates have been made to some of the most anticipated tours of 2012 over the last week. Here's a look at who's added supports to their rosters and made changes or additions to their schedules.
Tune-Yards is bringing her distinctive sound to Australia for the first time this January, showcasing her acclaimed sophomore album w h o k i l l.
Watching Adelaide band God God Dammit Dammit arrive – perhaps “conglomerate” is the right phrase? - on stage was like a mix of a novelty clown car and Cheaper by the Dozen. Where all these people with instruments came from is anyone's guess, but the second their music crashed down on the unsuspecting audience, it was pretty clear we were in for something decidedly different.