In This Issue: Nice issue this week. Some guy from Perth called Troye Sivan is pretty much taking over the world, Diana Krall is releasing a new record, Kingswood have an album coming out, so do Gorgon City. There's also a nice big lot of local talent in here, so check it out! There's free pizza inside. (DISCLAIMER: Album News contains no pizza).
Based out of Brooklyn, New York, New Zealanders Streets of Laredo - who we first met in New York last year - have finally announced their debut album, Volume I & II set for release on October 3rd via Dine Alone Records. Today on the AU we're excited to announce the album, delivering you this special album teaser video, and the stream of an exciting taste off the record in "Slow Train".
In This Issue: There's heaps in there this week! We have Augie March, Kasey Chambers, The Smith Street Band, Velociraptor, Banoffee, Willow Beats, The Datsuns and HEAPS MORE. It's a nice list this week, so have a gander.
In This Issue: Missy Higgins heads up proceedings with a new covers record coming out, alongside New Orleans legend Dr. John. There's also a heap of new cool stuff coming out of Brisbane, as well as some sweet overseas acts. Have a read guys, you might just discover something.
In This Issue: Bit of a short list this week, as I'm recovering from Splendour and I don't think my feet will ever be the same again after moshing so hard. But what this list lacks in length, it makes up for in RIDICULOUS STAR POWER. Seriously, there's Stevie Nicks, ABBA, Ice Cube, SBTRKT, and a couple of great Australian acts in here! So have a read, I'm off to bathe my feet.
Following his turns in 22 Jump Street and Ride Along this year, you might be forgiven in forgetting that Ice Cube is still actively making music. But sure enough, the legend has announced his tenth solo album Everythangs Corrupt - his first since 2010's I Am The West - set for release on October 21st. And this week we got the first single, "Drop Girl" featuring Redfoo and 2 Chainz. And now we have a December Australian tour to get excited about, too.
In This Issue: Seems a bit like an 'all stars' list this week, with some real big hitters coming out with new releases. Lady Antebellum, Biffy Clyro, Alvvays, Justin Townes Earle, RUFUS and a heaps of others are releasing new stuff, so get on it!
In This Issue: Honestly - it doesn't rain, it pours. This week is HUGE SERIOUSLY HUGE. In here there's The Strypes, Beck, Counting Crows, Vance Joy, Sticky Fingers....an absolute heap of outrageous talent that is releasing new stuff in the coming months. 2014 is definitely looking up.
In This Issue: Bit on the short side this week, but there are SOME HUGE REALLY HUGE releases this time. Souls Of Mischief have announced a new record, alongside Kasey Chambers, The Vines, and Ryan Adams. Newbies Lunatics On Pogosticks have also got a new one, and Melbourne artist Nussy is dropping an EP soon. There's a heap more in here, so check it out.
In This Issue: We get the news on the debut solo record from Karen O, a new Julian Casablancas release, Royal Blood, US pop punk kids Me Vs Hero, Danish artist Chorus Grant's September release, The Growlers, Avenged Sevenfold, the return of Die! Die! Die!, The Courteeners and Melbourne punk band AGENDER!
In This Issue:Nice list this week - more news from Angus & Julia Stone, The Gaslight Anthem is back with a new one, and The Griswolds are finally ready to release their debut. There's also some cool new releases coming through, so have a look!
In This Issue: IT'S BIG BIG BIG BIG BIG news this week with the announcement that British band alt-j are releasing their new record later this year. Also, The New Pornographers are back unexpectedly with a new one, Kimbra has just put out a new video, D At Sea has a new EP, and 5 Seconds of Summer are getting ready to take over the world. It's a great week in music, have a read.
Augie March didn't take long in becoming one of the country's most loved bands. Since their 1997 inception, the five piece have established a four album long body of work which has been acclaimed; from Sunset Studies to the AMP Award winning Moo, You Bloody Choir especially, there are many great moments of music that the Augies can count as their own. Their hiatus in 2009 was, at the time, indefinite, but in awesome news breaking today, they've announced their return to the scene, with a fifth album not far off release.
In This Issue: Some really big artists in here this week - Sinead O'Connor, Foo Fighters all announce the release date of their respective records. Also Sheppard are about to release their debut, The Beautiful Girls are back, Remi and The Glass Animals have just dropped records, and newbies in the form of Allday and The Broken Needles are releasing new stuff. So...it's a pretty great list in here - have a look.
The Foo Fighters continue to tease their fans, by announcing that their as yet untitled eighth studio album will be released this November! To be released through Roswell/RCA/Sony, the record will be available for fans to get around near the end of the year. Exactly when and what it will be called is still being kept under wraps, but at least fans can add this to the hype machine and pray that a potential tour announcement won't be too far off this release.