In This Issue: Nice list of announcements this week, as well as some surprise releases from the likes of local heartthrob Matt Corby. Melbourne's Calling All Cars are set to release an album next year, lining up alongside The Gaslight Anthem, Rufus Wainwright, Sarah Blasko and the Black Lips among others. Also for Beatles tragics, there's some great news in here for you...
In This Issue: It's a MASSIVE week of announcements this time around. British bands Bombay Bicycle Club and Kaiser Chiefs both have albums coming out next year, and Aussie favourites John Butler Trio will also release an album early 2014. Elsewhere, we have African icon Angelique Kidjo, American folksters Band Of Horses, metalcore kings I Killed The Prom Queen and tons more from overseas. At home, Melbourne band Kissing Booth are making their first splash with their debut EP just having been released. Read on...
Hello Asia's good friends at KPOP United is taking pre-orders for EXO's Christmas album titled 'Miracles In December'.
In This Issue: Big releases from Metric and Kid Rock, as well as new announcements from Band of Skulls and Sky Ferreira! Read on...
In This Issue: Big big news this week with music legends Bruce Springsteen and Tori Amos both announcing album releases in early 2014. Also some newbies making their way into the scene like Jess WIlliamson, Brode Dalle and Mo Kenney.
In This Issue: A big new release from Flume and Chet Faker, an epic live release from Gurrumul and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, EP announcements from Elizabeth Rose and Tuccillo, plus albums dropping from Michael Buble, Cody Simpson, Hello Satellites and heaps more!
It's been almost four years since the John Butler Trio's record April Uprising was released. It went on to go platinum in Australia while the band toured the world. Now, it's finally time for a new JBT record to see the light of day, with the band finishing up Flesh & Blood set to be released on 7th February 2014.
In This Issue: This week sees some big records dropping from the likes of Jake Bugg and Spiderbait, as well as some big announcements from The Jezabels, Neil Young, Metronomy and heaps more!
To commemorate the 10 year anniversary of his album Feeler, Pete Murray has announced the re-release of Feeler featuring the Bulgarian Symphony Orchestra and an Australian tour throughout Jan-April 2014.
Sydney singer/somgwriter Luke Escombe will have three live albums available as rewards for his latest crowdfunding campaign. The three albums entitled Chronic Symphonic, Live at the Promethean and Live on the Coast will support Escombe's campaign to raise funds to complete the feature length DVD version of Chronic Symphonic. Luke will also be doing a series of shows to promote the campaign.
In this issue we've got releases from Bear's Den, Dum Dum Girls, Neil Finn, Gossling, Avalon Landing, Muse and more!
Mixing the perfect blend of smooth metallic blues and sonic sounding post punk, Greta Mob has released their highly anticipated debut album Let the Sunburnt Country burn.
Flyying Colours' new EP is the perfect blend of 90's style garage grunge and pop rock with carefully placed melodies. The EP has already gained traction with "Bugs" gaining FBI radio play and it seems that the future is bright with the band's announcement of their EP launch and their first headlining tour.
triple J's Like A Version Nine is out now for all music fans to get amongst, with the record featuring some of the best covers of the past year. Taking well known tunes and putting a new spin on them, the compilation features the likes of Something For Kate, Jimblah, FIDLAR, Abbe May and more!
In this week's issue: New music from Sally Seltmann, The Hunger Games Soundtrack, DVD and Blu-ray release for The Rolling Stones, an EP for Little May, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings are back, and a whole lot more!