The NSW boys have been abroad tearing it up in North America for seems like forever, but The Lazys are heading back home to play a string of shows along the east coast for the release of their debut self-titled album.
The spectacular guitar duo from Mexico are returning to Australia for the sixth time in nearly as many years.
Earlier in the year Australia’s country golden girl sadly had to postpone her 'Bittersweet Tour', but now comes the announcement that Kasey Chambers has added additional shows in Geelong, Melbourne and Newcastle in 2015.
Fiercely independent musician, Jess Holland is heading to the 2015 Tamworth Country Music Festival with a swag of hits and some new material.
Hayward Williams is returning to Australia to play the Queenscliffe Music Festival and a heap of side-shows in November and December.
Dream-pop instrumentalist Nick Sowersby better known as Sunbeam Sound Machine has announced a string of east coast shows in celebration of the release of his debut album Wonderer.
In this Issue: Joan Armatrading spends another night in Melbourne, Thump and Sugar Mountain join forces to present techno super blast, Salt n Pepa return down under with friends, Sleep add extra show in Melbourne, Johnny Rollins hits the stage at the Toff, Grandstands give it their all this Friday; Sunbeam Sound Machine releases new album launch date, Spiral Arm thrusts into the Cherry Bar, Joe Creighton excited to showcase his new show JC & The Po’Boys and Witchgrinder announces final show for 2014.
It's going to be a British onslaught when The 1975 return to Australia in January, especially now that Circa Waves have been announced as their national support act! Both bands were last in Australia for Splendour in the Grass this year, with the trip marking Circa Waves' debut shows in the country. Since then, the two went on to perform a string of sold out shows through the UK in September, so it's only logical that they combine their forces again and bring it back to Aussie fans!
Promoting the Australian release of album Rivers In The Wasteland on December 5th, South Carolina rockers Needtobreathe are set to hit Australian shores for the first time ever.
The Budos Band have just announced their fourth studio album Burnt Offering and are set to hit Australian shores for a string of dangerously funkadelic shows. As well as playing in Sydney the New York group will be knocking down doors in Perth as well as Melbourne for the first time ever.
Brooklyn trio Wet made a quick impact on crowds through performances at SXSW this year, as well as supporting the likes of CHVRCHES, and finally, they're going to be coming to Australia! Announced as the national support act for London Grammar on their 2015 run around the country, Wet have two headline shows set up for Sydney and Melbourne in March.
UK duo Slow Club will be returning to Australia next January! With their new film clip for "Everything Is New" dropping as well, it's about time Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor came back down this way for a visit!
Hobart natives Violet Swells have unveiled their new trippy indie pop single ‘Here Comes Yesterday’ and announced an East Coast tour in celebration.
Wayne ‘The Train’ Hancock will return to Australia next March, just eight short months after his last successful visit.
Experimental rock band Swans, who first emerged in the 1980s during New York’s No Wave scene, will be returning Down Under in January to play some headline shows and some festival appearances.