If you're going to be up the north coast of NSW this coming weekend and want to simply chill out and experience some great live music, Sounds of Sunset may just be the event for you. On Saturday the 18th, punters will be able to check out some stunning live performances, engage in a range of free activities and get amongst a whole heap of good things over the weekend.
There is still time to get your tickets at the following prices:
In this issue: Thy Art Is Murder add Western Australian shows to tour, Royal Chant add dates to Panic & Cash tour, Bruno Mars adds second Melbourne show, Japandroids add second Melbourne show; The Delta Riggs announce extra WA dates for album tour, They Might Be Giants announce ‘Flood’ shows and additional Melbourne tickets, and supports are announced for YACHT Australian shows.
Launching their new album Another Way, Sydney 'psychedelic rock 'n' roll pop' band Hailer will be touring through New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria and Brisbane over the new few months! With the album to be released at the end of May, fans will be able to see Hailer showcase the material, also providing perhaps the last opportunity for people to see them perform before they relocate to the US for a few months.
HAILER - AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES
Venue news may not have been good lately, but there’s still lots going on and with The Potbellez helping you add some more Irish to your Irish holidays, Georgi Kay getting her way, Wagons hitting the stage again and those damned humans are invading again too.
FVSTFWRD launching at the Tonka Bar on March 14!
Just Announced! DZ DEATHRAYS WILL BE DJING AT MIDNIGHT!
We've joined forces with World Bar's MUM night in Sydney to put on one massive pre-Laneway Festival party next Friday night! We would like to invite all our newsletter subscribers to RSVP below for FREE ENTRY (before 11pm). Set times are below!
After just finishing their first tour of the USA, the Royal Chant trio have released their brand new single 'Did You Pay Cash For That Panic Attack?' for the new year. Recorded in New York, 'Did You Pay Cash For That Panic Attack' is a song representative of Royal Chant's style, loud, distorted guitars, heavy vocals, as well as being a bit in your face. And it's a free download for fans! It doesn't get much better than that.
Freshly back from their debut tour of America, fuzz-garage rockers, Royal Chant, are rolling out their brilliant catalogue of music to our crowds for the first time this year. The "Panic & Cash" tour kicked off on January 5, but if you're interested (and you should be), you can still catch Royal Chant at a select few shows right into February!
ROYAL CHANT - PANIC AND CASH AUSTRALIAN TOUR
Mon, Jan. 14: Old Bar (Melb) Unpaved Songwriters Sessions
FBi Radio are an imperative cog in Sydney's music scene. They facilitate great new bands, broadcast brilliant music, and hold rocking parties. Sydney Sounds Like: Choose Your Own Adventure, at the Factory Theatre in Sydney this Saturday, was a prime example of one of these gigs.
Hailing from Ballarat but now Melbourne based, Tessa & The Typecast have fast become one of the most talked about groups in Australia, and are enjoying causing a stir across the music industry and amongst fans. Upon the release of their single ‘Painter’ in late 2010, they were immediately picked up by Triple J and XFM in London.