Over 5000 people attended this year's Mullum Music Festival, making the 2012 music event the largest and most successful in the festival's history. Over four days, music lovers experienced some musical gems in live performances provided by the likes of Clairy Browne and the Bangin' Rackettes, Joe Robinson and The Rescue Ships.
In this issue:Blink 182 add another show in Melbourne and release extra tickets in Brisbane, Bombay Bicycle Club change their tour itinerary, Foals add a second show in Sydney and more!
Blink 182 second Melbourne show added and extra Brisbane tickets released
This week sees new releases from well known artists like Xzibit, Ben Harper, John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John and several up and coming artists. Check them all out below!
Will And The People were only in the country a mere SEVEN months ago on their debut Australian tour but fans won't be left hanging too long for their next dose, as they'll be back this November! The London-based band have successfully blended grunge, reggae and pop all together and will be bringing their latest record Friends to Australian shores for a run of shows not to be missed!
12 reasons why you should give Morning Sun a spin. (Just go with it)
G3 add show in Newcastle
The three wise men of modern day guitar mastery Joe Satriani, Steve Vai and Steve Lukather will be bringing their holy gifts to the blessed land of Newcastle for a special one night only in March.
Performing under the name G3, audiences will be dazzled by what is set to be a night of eletrifyingly brilliant displays of guitar skilfulness. Fans will be treated to individual sets by each guitarist with their own band before joining Satriani and his band on stage for an all-star jam session.
We caught up with Will & The People to talk about their new album Morning Sun, their upcoming tour of Australia and much more!
What better way is there to cap off a tour of south-east Asia than finishing in our perpetually sunny country?
Another week, a whole lot of new releases. Plenty of goods for you this week, including (and not limited to) Rufus Wainwright, Mark Ronson, Meshuggah, The Cult, The Aves and more! Let’s get stuck into it.