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TULLY ON TULLY

Music Video of the Day: Tully on Tully "Miles Away" (2015)

Tully on Tully bring their 80s influences to the forefront on their new single “Miles Away”. Having just performed in Singapore, Canada and USA, Tully on Tully have returned to Australia to work on their self-produced EP, set for release in January of next year. Get your first taste of the EP with their single here:

Kyneton Music Festival line up announced!

The Kyneton Music Festival is set to take place in a host of venues throughout the town in February next year and the ultra-diverse line-up has just been dropped.

Photo Gallery: The A-Z of BIGSOUND 2014 (Part two)

Photographer Johnny Au takes us to BIGSOUND in Brisbane with an A-Z of the best performances he captured from the week. In Part Two, we take you from Canada's Mise en Scene to Brisbane's own WAAX. OK, so we realise this is more a "A to W" than a literal "A to Z" but you get what we're trying to do here...

Photo Gallery: The AU Review X PANDORA Post-BIGSOUND 6th birthday Party- Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane (12.09.14)

the AU review and Pandora threw a 6th birthday/post-BIGSOUND celebration at the Black Bear Lodge in Brisbane, with guest DJ's including Babaganouj and performances from Canada's Jordan Klassen Perth's Kucka, Melbourne based Kathryn Rollins, Brisbane's own Michelle Xen + The Neon Wild and Tully on Tully closing out the night. Aidan Hogg was there to capture our massive event!

Getting to know the 6th Birthday Bands: Tully on Tully (Melbourne)

Melbourne's Tully on Tully are set to play at the AU's 6th Birthday event post-BIGSOUND next Friday! If you're not schooled up on who this talented bunch of musicians are yet - you should be - let vocalist Natalie give you a quick rundown!

We review 15 Australian bands at Canadian Music Week 2014 in Toronto! Part Three: From The Black Lullaby to You Am I.

Following on from my overview of Toronto's CMW for 2014, a review of Broods and a bunch of interviews, photo galleries and tour diaries, it's finally time to get to more of the Australian music at the event. But honestly, I saw too much great Australian music in too little time. Out of the 26 Australian artists in attendance, I managed to catch 15 of them... sometimes only briefly. So, I'm delivering some bite-size reviews! So, alphabetically*, here are my thoughts for the final five, from The Black Lullaby to You Am I!

the AU interview at CMW: Tully on Tully (Melbourne) at The Aussie BBQ in Toronto!

the AU review sits down with Melbourne's Tully on Tully while at The Aussie BBQ during Canadian Music Week in Toronto. Check out how CMW has been treating the talented act who've been representing this new wave of Australian artists overseas recently!

From North America With Love: Tully on Tully's Tour Diaries (Part Two)

As they head to Music Matters in Singapore (along with us!), Melbourne indie pop folk band Tully on Tully share with us their adventures from (and en route to) Canadian Music Week in Toronto! The final part begins after the jump...

the AU playlist: Meet The Aussies at Music Matters in Singapore.

Kicking off tonight is the annual Music Matters conference and LIVE festival in Singapore. Over 60 bands from 18 countries will be in attendance, including an impressive dose of Australian bands. In addition to other appearances, if you happen to be in Singapore for the event, your best bet to experience all that Australia has to offer is either at the "Sound Gallery" on Wednesday night or "The Aussie BBQ" on Thursday night. Whether you're attending or not, we at the AU have put together these playlists for the events to find out either A) what you have to look forward to or B) what you're missing out on!

From North America With Love: Tully on Tully's Tour Diaries (Part One)

As they head to Music Matters in Singapore (along with us!), Melbourne indie pop folk band Tully on Tully share with us their adventures from (and en route to) Canadian Music Week in Toronto! Part one begins after the jump...

Feature: Top 10 Australian Artists to Watch at Canadian Music Week 2014! (Part One)

With Canadian Music Week set to take over Toronto from May 6-10, there are going to be thousands travelling to the land of the Maple Leaf for a few jam-packed days of phenomenal music, keynote talks and more. Australia is set to be incredibly well-represented, with the contingent heading over set to demonstrate the great level of musical diversity coming out of this part of the globe at the moment. We're going to be on the ground at CMW bringing you some great content from the festival, but in the meantime, check out the first part of our 10 'must see' Aussie acts feature below!

Samsung presents the massive Digital Matters program for 2014 while Australians shine on the Music Matters Live line up!

The huge Music, Digital and Social Media Matters programs are back in Singapore this May, with the three intensive and diverse conference and showcase line ups providing the opportunity for industry members from all around the globe to come together and learn, network and exchange ideas. The May 20-25 event sees Samsung coming onboard as Presenting Sponsor for the Digital Matters conference, which is a huge coup!

Elizabeth Rose, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Oscar Key Sung amongst those confirmed for CMW in May!

With additional headlines and frontrunning bands still to be announced, CMW (Canadian Music Week) has reveal a great mix of Canadian locals and international visitors who are set to perform in Toronto this May. There are a great round of Australians headed over, including Elizabeth Rose, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard and Oscar Key Sung, who were recently announced alongside the likes of M.I.A, City and Colour and Tegan and Sara.

Bring in 2014 with Beer and Cider at 'A Gypsy New Years Eve’!

Celebrate the year that was and the year that will be with Beer Gypsies Dan Cerra and Matt Bywater. They are proud to host A Gypsy New Years Eve with a bunch of up and coming Aussie bands while providing their exquisite beverages to chug out.

Tully On Tully announce national tour in support of new EP 'Weightless'

Tully On Tully are hitting the road this August/September to celebrate the release of their new EP, Weightless.