In This Issue: Kiesza to play one show only on Australian visit, Hailmary's 'National Navigate the Sunrise Tour' reaches East Coast, Hordern Pavilion celebrates 90th birthday with Pure Gold Live, Jay Sean to play in Sydney, The Zoo City Lads conclude EP tour at FBI Social, The Dirty Earth to play Frankie's Pizza, The Good Sports announce debut album and show and Los Tones announce Sydney show.
The rave surrounding Newtown's DMA's shows no signs of slowing down, with the announcement of a national tour coming through today. If their set this past weekend at Splendour In The Grass is anything to go by, this will be a tour is something you will not at all want to miss as more of Australia will get to witness the rise of one of the most talked about Australian band of the year.
West Coast band Hailmary are hitting the road for the second part of the 'Navigate the Sunrise Tour'. The band will play shows in Sydney, Cairns and Melbourne before heading back west to finish the tour with shows in Inglewood, Fremantle and Bunbury.
New Zealand's The All Seeing Hand are returning to Australia for a run of dates this August. The trio will play three very special shows along the East Coast, stopping in Melbourne, Sydney and Hobart.
Canadian band The Tea Party have announced a run of dates for this October off the back of their first studio album in 10 years, The Ocean At The End. The tour will see the band play shows in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Wollongong, Newcastle, Gold Coast and Brisbane.
Singer-songwriter Tom West has announced a huge national tour for this August and September! The tour will see the Adelaide native hit the stage at venues throughout Tasmania, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland.
Tassie punks Captives will shortly be releasing their forthcoming EP Butterflies, Diamonds & Lightning in October, and they are hitting the road next month with their new punk tunes.
Tasmanian singer-songwriter Dewayne Everettssmith will be playing a few dates this coming week to promote his new single "Surrender".
The internationally acclaimed capella quintet Black Voicesare returning to our shores in October for a national tour. Their stunning performances are a harmonic blend that celebrates their African, Caribbean and British heritage. They will perform a large range of songs spanning their twenty-five year career, giving Australian audiences another taste of their delightful harmonies. Over their long career, they have shared the stage with great musicians such as Ray Charles and Nina Simone. The tour will begin at Melbourne's Recital Hall on October 30.
The Samoan trio from Auckland, Sol3 Mio, are about to embark on their first ever Australian tour after a grand entrance to the music world with the runaway success of their debut album last year. Classically trained, with contemporary influences, the three family members started the group initially to fund their training as professional opera singers and along the way accidently became superstars. Signing a global recording deal with one of the world’s most prestigious record labels, Decca and are taking the world by storm.
The Paintings On The Wall Say Gambler Gambler is Peter Black's third studio album and the singer/songwriter will be hitting the road next month to bring us his new album. Putting aside his heavier guitar rifts and melodies heard in his side projects The Hard-Ons and Nunchukka Superfly, he will be bringing his introspective mesmerising and whimsical melodies to life during his extensive tour.
From The Jam have gained a reputation for their solid live shows covering the English 1970's band The Jam. The Jam first bursted onto the English punk scene back in 1977 and have a massive catalogue of favourites which includes 18 UK Top 40 singles. From The Jam will be playing many of these favourites as they tour Australia and will be joined by The Jam's former bassist Bruce Foxton, adding some authentic flavour to the covers. Tickets are on sale now.
The Californian duo Tomorrows Tulips are set to release their third album this September and they are heading down to play their happy crafty underground rock on the East Coast. Joining them on tour will be new kids on the block The Babe Rainbow.
The Dirty Earth are releasing their debut album Autonomic and they are touring in August to share it all with us. They are no strangers to the Australian Indie music scene, having toured numerous times before sharing their catchy rock 70's inspired tunes with their audiences. Catch them as they play some of our loved smaller venues around the country.
Los Angeles producer PromNite is heading to our shores in September. Only bursting onto the music scene last year, he has quickly created a massive following of dedicated fans. His tracks range from mellow creamy electronic sounds to sexy and fun R&B, as well as touching on some ghetto-house sounds. His tracks are sexy and sensual and his live shows are promised to be sexually electric in nature. If this is your thing, be sure to catch one of his upcoming shows.