Hardcore outfit Residual have announce the release of their new singe titled 'Numbered. The track has been taken from their forthcoming debut EP. To celebrate the release, the boys are hitting the road for an east coast tour throughout April/May.
The single follows the bands success of winning the Barwon Regional Heat of the FReeZA Push Start Competition which earned them a spot at the Grand Final at The Push Pop-Up Stage.
The Trouble With Templeton have just released the beautiful video for the song ‘Soldiers’. To celebrate the release, the Brisbane band are heading out on the road one last time, before leaving our shored to tour the UK & Europe, where they will showcase their material at various events, including Brighton’s The Great Escape
Australian rock legend Tim Rogers has announced a run of tour dates, which includes regional dates. Hitting the road with Rogers will be long time friend and musical companion Shane O’Mara. The tour will see the pair play shows across NSW, QLD and VIC. Also joining the tour on select dates will be country songstress Melody Feder and Michael Muchow.
Brisbane’s DZ Deathrays have announced a run of dates off the back of their brand new album Black Rat. The album is due out on May 2nd, and to celebrate the guys will be playing shows in QLD, VIC, WA, ACT and NSW throughout May.
The Perch Creek Family Jugband will be releasing their new album Jumping On The Highwire on March 19, and are hitting the road to celebrate! The tour will see the five-piece play shows in TAS, NSW, QLD, WA and VIC.
The bands second album saw them collaborating more closely than ever, with all five members contributing lyrics, creating unexpected and unique musical tales.
In this issue: NORPA + UTP announce new production My Radio Heart, The Jim Henson Company return to Australia with Puppet Up! – Uncensored, Stephen Bush exhibits work from the past 30 years, The Enclave by Richard Mosse premiers in Australia, Tom Murphy’s Masterpiece – The Gigli Concert hits Sydney, Puppetry of The Penis returns home to Melbourne, Synergy Percussion announce Xenakis Vs Pateras, Sydney Symphony Orchestra presents Symphony of Heroes, Festival of Live Arts hits Melbourne and Circus Oz move house!
We all hate the new Sydney curfews, this much is true. The fact that many hotels are shutting down as well has thrown the state of live music in the city into some dark water - luckily for everyone who still loves their live performances and parties, The Roller Den is partying the fuck on until dawn. The new venue, presented by Kingdom Sounds, will be hosting some of the best bands going about the traps at the moment on Friday night, kicking on until 8am - no curfew!
In this issue: Dan Brodie launches album after hiatus, The Major Bruce Sessions continue with classic Madonna album, Alex and The Shy Lashles announce residencies, Dorsal Fins play debut show, Kate Crowley launches album this March, The Smith Street Band announce Push On Fest!, Kanye West announces second Melbourne show and more.
Dave Moufang has a long and rich history in modern electro music, a genius in fusing genres to make a trademark and unique sound. From his entrance to the scene in the late 80s through into the 90s, Moufang has become a true heavyweight in the field. He will be in the country for a run of tour dates this month, make sure you get to catch him!
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard are releasing their Oddments album this week - their fourth LP in 18 months! To coincide with its release, the band will be on the road playing venues of all different sizes. They're doing some festivals here, some club dates there...all of which you need to ensure you get your asses along to!
US 'tech-death' giants - yes, that's right - Origin are bringing what is probably one of the heaviest tour we're likely to see through the country in May! With A Million Dead Birds Laughing, Eternal Rest and King Parrot onboard, Origin are set to rip some venues a completely new one. With their latest record Infinity showcasing the band with new vocalist Jason Keyser at the front, it's no surprise that this Australian tour is going to be quite special indeed.
Jackal (the stage name of 23 year old Mikey Pennington) may be young still, but he's dominating the online and live scene at the moment. The promising trap and bass DJ/producer outta England has gotten a few US shows under his belt, but will be coming to Australia for the very first time this month - make him welcome!
Last year, we hosted Andrew Strong as he toured The Commitments from August through to September. Now, due to popular demand, Strong is returning with his eight piece band to tour those iconic pieces of music through the country, from July through to August. They'll be performing both the hits from the film but also the incredibly high charting smash hits too. Don't miss out!
Country singer songwriter Tamara Stewart will be on the road through April and May for a tour that will see her hit up six venues in NSW. Stewart's "Planting the Apple Seed Tour" will see her perform intimate two-hour long sets from her latest record Apple Seed as well as a selection of country music classics that have inspired her career thus far.