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The Lulu Raes Announce 2015 ‘Burnout’ Tour For October

Fresh off the stage from BIGSOUND (including a spot on our 7th Birthday lineup!) and Small World Festival, The Lulu Raes have announced a headline tour along the east coast of Australia in support of their new single, ‘Burnout’. The single debuted at #6 on the AIR Independent Radio Chart, and has received much radio support from FBi and Triple J. Click through for a full list of tour dates.

The Lulu Raes, Waax, Skegss and more pack out the second line-up announcement for Festival of the Sun

The second artist announcement for Festival of the Sun has been announced. The Lulu Raes, Polish Club, Skegss, The Owls, Dusty Boots, Ziggy Alberts, Waax, Jeremy Neale, A.D.K.O.B, Low Lux, Woodlock, Twin Haus, Wish, Royal Chant and The Mountains are all set to make an appearance at this year's event. Click through for all the details.

Festival Review: Young Henry's Small World Festival ft. The Church + DZ Deathrays - Sydney Park, St Peters (19.09.15)

Young Henry's Small World Festival celebrates the four essential things in life - booze, music, food, and good mates. Set for the first time in St Peters' iconic Sydney Park, the festival specialises in everything good that's local, solidifying itself as one of those events that are really important to the Sydney arts and culture scene.

Photo Gallery: More from The AU Review's 7th Birthday at BIGSOUND - Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane (11.09.15)

Following up from Andrew Wade's gallery earlier this week, Aidan Hogg was also at our 7th Birthday Party in Brisbane and brings us these photos of The Lulu Raes, Halcyon Drive and Wasted Wanderers.

Photo Gallery: The AU Review's 7th Birthday Party - Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane (11.09.15)

On Friday September 11th, the AU celebrated our 7th birthday in style at the Black Bear Lodge in Brissy. Our event was presented Black Bear Lodge, Mountain Goat and Fireball Whiskey and boasted performances from Wasted Wanderers, The Lulu Raes, Halcyon Drive, We All Want to and more. Andrew Wade was there to catch all the action! Click through for his photo gallery...

BIGSOUND Live: Highlights of Night One - Part One (09.09.15)

Walking into this year’s BIGSOUND, I feel inspired. 150+ acts, 15 venues, and looking at the program, I probably can recall a song or two from maybe 10 or so artists. This is what BIGSOUND is all about, the opportunity to walk into a venue and have no idea what you are really walking into...

Getting to know AU 7th Birthday Performers: The Lulu Raes (Sydney)

In less than a week, we will be hosting our official 7th birthday bash at BIGSOUND, bringing in some of the bands in Australia we are most excited about for a series of live performances at Black Bear Lodge and Fortitude Valley. Here, we chat to one of those bands, Sydney four-piece The Lulu Raes, to get to know them. Taras, the band's keyboardist and guitarist, discusses the band's origins, influences, and more. Click through for the full interview.

Angus & Julia Stone, Jon Hopkins, Four Tet and more named on this year's Lost Paradise line up!

This year's Lost Paradise festival is set to be fantastic, with the official first artist announcement being revealed. The three day camping festival is going to be held in the Glenworth Valley over New Year's, offering festival goers a special experience of live music, arts, some brilliant food and drink options and more to bring in 2016 in unique style. Confirmed to perform and DJ at Lost Paradise this year are acts including Angus & Julia Stone, Jamie xx, Four Tet, Tkay Maidza, Jon Hopkins and more - the full line up can be viewed below!

The AU Interview: The LuLu Raes (Sydney) get keen for Small World Festival

the AU review is already getting excited for Sydney's Small World Festival presented by Young Henrys. Sydney-siders can salivate and get ready to rock out to another laneway party that isn't so much a laneway as it is a full-blown line-up now. Favourites like DZ Deathrays, Palms and even old time legends The Church will be sending rock tunes your way while you sit and sip, or perhaps dance and indulge. The LuLu Raes are another local outfit who have joined the line-up. Their newest single "The Way Life Runs" hit no.4 on Triple J's Unearthed charts. Unearth them yourselves if you haven't already this September at Small World Festival or read a bit more about them in their interview with us below.

Photo Gallery: The Vines + DMA's + Chicks Who Love Guns + The Lulu Raes - The Vic, Sydney (05.10.14)

The Vines returned to the stage with a massive free show over the long weekend at The Vic in Sydney, supported by bands like Chicks Who Love Guns, DMA's, The Lulu Raes and more. Gwendolyn Lee was there and brings us these photos from the epic day:

Live Review: Sticky Fingers + Callithump + The Lulu Raes - Metro Theatre, Sydney (25.09.14)

It’s all about sex, drugs and rock’n’roll at a Sticky Fingers gig. The Sydney band, who performed a run of four consecutive shows at The Metro Theatre, gave it their all on their Land of Pleasures tour, sending the crowd into a frenzy with their powerful stage presence, wicked tunes and killer personalities.

Surry Hills Festival announces The Laurels, Spookyland and more on its 2014 music line up!

September 27th will see Sydney's fiery hub of creatives, artists, designers and more come together for the Surry Hills Festival! The music line up for the festival has been announced today and it most definitely is reflective of the diversity within the city's music scene. Spread across two main stages in Ward Park and Shannon Reserve, as well as the Velvet Cave Stage on Hill St, the following artists will be giving festival attendees something to get around as the afternoon continues on!

Gig Announcements: Sydney & NSW - 12th June 2014

In this issue: Little Bastard announce a second show for Sydney, The Morrisons and many others set for 'A Night of Country and Inner Western', Brighton Up Bar announces it's huge 2nd birthday details, Darryl Beaton and Chris Sebastian performing at Play Bar and Ella Hooper has a show coming up at the Newtown Social Club!