Pictured: Melbourne Ska Orchestra.
Our Day 4 began with Mama Kin, whose set mixed sassy keyboard progressions with big soul vocals and the odd ballad thrown in. Her inter-song stand-up routine engaged her very relaxed audience, as did an awkward-looking but gutsy-sounding drum solo.
This week we have tour updates from Last Dinosaurs, Niki Minaj, Mark Snarski/The Nearly Brothers, Chet Faker and many more!
There's a heap of extra shows and supports being added to some of the most anticipated tours of 2012. Luckily for you the AU review has got all the latest tour updates from acts such as The Pogues, The Black Lips, New Order and many more!
The times, they are a changin'. Touring schedules have altered slightly as well. Hopefully we don't see any more cancellations. I'm still reeling from Roger Daltrey's announcement. Largely good news from here on in. Mainly additional shows and support confirmations for your viewing pleasure, starting with Lady Gaga.
There have been a few changes since the last time we spoke. Read on brave listener, read on.
With less than a week to Christmas, this month's 7 Tracks is dedicated to all things festive, though these aren’t your typical Christmas songs. You won’t find Mariah Carey, Bing Crosby or Wham on these tracks. Instead I have opted for the obscure, the alternative and the downright odd for this month’s list.