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Davidson Brothers announce 'Wanderlust' tour dates!

On June 20th, the Davidson Brothers released their seventh studio album Wanderlust. The album features 10 original songs that have been influenced by travel.

Snowy Mountains Music Festival approaches 2014 with a new name and new artists!

What was originally named The Snowy Mountains of Music Festival has now changed its name to Peak Festival and has announced a stellar line up of artists. The first big headlining act to appear at Peak Festival is Aussie hip-hop group, The Herd!

New video clip and tour dates announced by The Little Stevies!

Local ensemble The Little Stevies provide a sombre music video from one of their hits, "I Hold My Breath". An earnest and charming clip which will make you want to hug Sibylla Stephen for her heart warming singing and visual presence, which are the highlights of the music video.

The Little Stevies announce 'Diamonds For Your Tea' album and tour dates.

Australia, taste some of your own medicine. Local ensemble The Little Stevies are proud Australians and proud to release their new album Diamonds For Your Tea. Come along and see the Melbourne band showcase new hits that will rock your socks. The group never forgets their roots as they will contrast their new solicitous songs with their old pub favourites.

Festival News: Soundwave, Falls Festival, Bluesfest and many more!

In this issue: Paramore announce their only headlining show in Australia, Django Django announce three falls sideshows, Bluesfest announce their first line up of sideshows around Australia, and more!

Paramore announce only headline show in Australia

Paramore are no strangers to touring Australia. Whenever they announce a show here, it sells out almost instantly. This time will be no different.

The Little Stevies announce Homecoming Melbourne Show

Returning home next week from their eight week Canadian tour that saw the band drive over 10,000km, play 34 shows, 5 festivals, across 5 provinces and win over a hoard of new fans, The Little Stevies will be jumping on stage at the Northcote Social Club with a swag of stories to tell and a couple of new songs to test out!

Heart Of St Kilda Concert ft. Paul Kelly - Palais Theatre (27.06.2011)

There was a touch of trepidation going to The Heart of St Kilda concert at The Palais. Many of the acts weren’t really musicians that I would go out of my way to see a full concert over. It was a slightly odd feeling in all honesty, in that we were supporting a good cause by listening but I went in with the feeling that we were going to listen to songs which have grown tired through via plays on Gold FM 3 times a day.

Photo Gallery: Heart of St Kilda Concert ft. Paul Kelly - Palais Theatre (27.06.11)

On Monday night, the Palais Theatre in Melbourne hosted a benefit event for the Sacred Heart Mission. The night of comedy and medic showcased the talents of: Adalita, Billy Miller, Brian Nankervis, Dave Thornton, Jimeoin, Jon Stevens, Nelly Thomas, Paul Kelly (pictured above), Rebecca Barnard, Russell Morris, Talie Wolfgramm, The Little Stevies, Tripod and more!

Photos and Review: Mr Percival + The Little Stevies - Raval, Sydney (25.02.11)

Supporting the magnificent one-man-band Mr Percival, The Little Stevies played an intimate gig at Sydney's Raval on Friday night to celebrate the launch of their new single and to play tracks off their forthcoming album Attention Shoppers.