Lifted from an upcoming album due to grace our ears towards the end of the year comes this cracker of a debut single, "On Fire".
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!
Another year, another Southbound Festival and despite predictions of the opposite, attendance was up on last year, with the vast majority of the attendees opting to camp on site for the weekends festivities. Though this years line-up may not have been at its most buzz-worthy, it was still a fine collection of acts over the two days, with just enough variety to keep everybody happy.
The complete line up has been released for the St Kilda Festival running over nine days from Saturday 2 to Sunday 10 February, 2013.
Festivities start with the Yalukit Wilum Ngargee: People Place Gathering on Saturday 2 February. The day celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music, art and culture. Archie Roach and Dewayne Everettsmith will be playing for the crowd as well performances by local and interstate indigenous acts.
In this Issue: Deerhoof come to Australia, Loon Lake set to play Melbourne show and much more!
Deerhoof Announce Perth Show
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.
Perri Cassie brings you these photos from Ball Park Music's Melbourne gig with Loon Lake.
Pictured: Ball Park Music.
The Bleach* Festival will be celebrating the coastal culture of the Gold Coast with a series of outdoor pop up music and arts events and installations next year! Running from late February into early March, Bleach* will see the following artists (plus many more local acts) take to venues down the coast for some awesome nights of parties and live performances.
Check the schedule out!
Saturday, February 16 - Burleigh Beach
Bleach* Warm Up Party :
Hot on the heels of their second album ‘Museum’ Ball Park Music continued their relentless touring pace, bringing along new Australian favourites Loon Lake for a night that proved to be filled with excited and questionable dancing, sing a longs, and high energy.
In this issue: Head to Summadayze/Summafieldayze in style, Falls Festival announces more tunes and laughs, Womadelaide offers a sneak peek into 2013's line up and more!
You Could Be on the Summadayze Party Bus!
Brisbane band Cub Scouts have just released a new music video for their single "Told You So", off their debut EP, which you can view HERE. Always ones to keep things interested, the band have also released a hilarious tour diary outlining their time on the road with Loon Lake last month. From chasing sheep to Outback Chips, conjunctivitis and cute dogs, Cub Scouts show what a rock n roll lifestyle looks like... at least in their eyes.