In this issue: Shady Lane announces month long residency during February, Lowrider national tour, Blackchords 2nd single launch and more!
Shady Lane announces February residency at OAF
Ahead of their appearance at this year's BigSound conference, Melbourne's The Hello Morning take time out to chat with us about how their year has been so far, with the release of their debut album as well as a hectic few months of touring.
Pictured: King Cannons.
Returning on a high from a run of sold out East Coast tour dates King Cannons already have another tour on the cards. "The Brightest Light" tour will be travelling all over the place from next month in promotion of the lead single off their debut record. It's a record which has been met with some decent acclaim, and the King Cannons live shows since its release have been very positively reviewed.
Rockhampton duo Busby Marou is at Fowler’s tonight and, although the weather in the city hasn’t been exactly welcoming, I’m looking forward to getting amongst the raved about warm atmosphere that Tom Busby and Jeremy Marou are known for generating via their tunes.
Excellent week of releases with a little bit of everything in there. We have a fair few releases from new bands like Silent Empathy and Inmate but there's also plenty of pop, dance and other genres including a release from Ministry of Sound and one from Raw and another from Matt Nathanson and classics The Cults.
House vs Hurricane national tour
In celebration of their Crooked Teeth release, the band will be touring throughout July and August with While She Sleeps, Northlane and Heights.Tickets on sale NOW.
As we stumble well into 2012 and begin to make our way into the colder months, the Australian live music scene is anything but freezing up. If anything they are becoming more frequent. Take a look at our recent gig announcements which include Clark, N'Fa, Chick Who Love Guns and much more!
Local mid-tempo rockers The Hello Morning are poised to make their mark on the Australian alt rock scene with their debut, self titled album. Throughout the record’s ten songs the band explore their take on country tinged rock and Southern soul, but fail to take these ingredients and turn them into anything nearly as unique as the music of their influences, namely My Morning Jacket, The Band, early-era Wilco, and friend Dan Sultan.
Tomorrow, up-and-coming Melbourne based sextet The Hello Morning will be releasing their new single "Stone Cold Lover", and in advance they've been kind enough to send it over to the AU review for you to enjoy!
The Hello Morning have announced their 'Stone Cold Lover' east coast tour for December 2011 which coincides with the release of their debut single "Stone Cold Lover."
Guitar cases immaculately disheveled and their soulful rock melodies at the ready, the Melbourne six piece will travel with swagger and sensibility, armed with a heap of local and international support for their skillful songwriting and critically acclaimed live performance;
The Boroughs NYC inspired culture and music festival is happening this weekend featuring legendary glam punk rockers the New York Dolls with special guests The Hello Morning, Fearless Vampire Killers, DEJA, The Bonniwells, Passport For Amy, Ghost Mutt and Masketta Fall.