“Music has always been a matter of Energy to me, a question of Fuel. Sentimental people call it Inspiration, but what they really mean is Fuel. I have always needed Fuel. I am a serious consumer. On some nights I still believe that a car with the gas needle on empty can run about fifty more miles if you have the right music very loud on the radio.” - Hunter S. Thompson
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.
'Better' is the new single from The Delta Riggs and their new album Hex.Lover.Killer. They're currently in the middle of their Hex.Lover.Killer tour, with three shows left in NSW this weekend.
The Delta Riggs release their debut album HEX.LOVER.KILLER and show us what they're all about.
In this issue: Mark Seymour and The Undertow Tour Launch, Obituary bring Rotting Slowly in Australia tour to Melbourne, A Hits and Pits Sideshow, Alison Wonderland to play the Espy, Harmony single launch, Sons of Rico’s album launch, Weekender – Stone Roses warm up, The Messengers release new single and EP, The Delta Riggs launch party, Hiatus Kaiyote US Tour Fundraiser, Patrick James EP launch, David Olney debuts down under and Vance Joy EP launch tour.
This weeks album news is filled full of exciting announcements, with release news from The Flaming Lips, The Strokes, Wavves and much, much more.
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!
Monday night is an odd night to attend a gig, particularly when it’s a gig of one of the most important and influential bands in rock/rave/psychedelic music. But that’s how Brisbane rolls and so it was on a warm Monday night that I experienced one of the most exciting, emancipating and invigorating concerts I've been to yet.
Fresh from Hong Kong's Clockenflap Festival, Primal Scream kicked of their Australian tour at The Tivoli in Brisbane, with a little help from The Delta Riggs. We sent Heath Carney along to capture it.
In this issue: Cylinders EP launch, Little Scout Go Quietly Tour, Marianas Trench Debut Aus Tour + more!
With both The Delta Riggs (pictured) and Money For Rope enjoying successes on the live stage so far this year, it only makes sense for these two rocking acts to come together for a massive co-headline tour, doesn't it? The "Double Vision Tour" will see the two bands exchange the headliner role, but will both be bringing the noise as hard as they can for many nights full of rock n roll decadence.