American rockers Say Anything are set to make their grand return to Australian soil this October for a series of headline shows, hoping to showcase the chaos and passion of their latest record Hebrews.
Canberra's Hands Like Houses are set to tour through September and October! Having only recently wrapped up a national club tour, the boys will be kicking off their next run of headline shows in Adelaide on September 12th. The tour will be the band's fourth headline tour this year and they're not showing any signs of slowing down. Nor would we want them to.
Your boy Allday has been enjoying much success off the back of the release of his debut album Startup Cult. Debuting at #3 on the ARIA charts, the Melbourne-via-Adelaide MC has long been conjuring up a bit of a cult of his own, with the crowds at his recent shows only growing and growing. To celebrate the album's release, Alldeezy is heading out on tour through October, bringing REMi and Baro on the road for one hell of a trip.
In This Issue: Twerps announce EP launch in Sydney, Damon Albarn announces second performance at Sydney Opera House, Rita Satch announces EP launch in Sydney, Pentatonix announce second Sydney show, Salt announce free show at Katoomba RSL Club as Thundamentals announce a 'So We Can Remember' hometown show for Katoomba too!
Get your best Game of Thrones outfit out, there's a very special rave party coming your way. Game of Thrones actor and established DJ Kristian Nairn, aka HODOR, is going to be touring Australia on the 'Rave of Thrones' tour! Presented by Falcona, the DJ tour is entirely Game of Thrones themed, so attendees are encouraged to dress up for the night and get amongst the frivolities. And no, this will not be a 'Red Wedding' type night.
UK band Architects are set to return to Australia for a small run of dates this September! Performing their first lot of headline shows in Australia since 2010, Architects have long been favourites out this way. On this tour, they will be supported by Stray From the Path from the US and Hand of Mercy out of Sydney.
Currently touring with Violent Soho at some - violently - fun shows around the country, Luca Brasi are determined to keep the chaos going, by announcing their own tour to kick off this August. The 'Get Sad See Mates' tour will take the band around the country, including an appearance at BIGSOUND in Brisbane this September, giving LB fans another chance to see the lads tear it up in a headline capacity.
Seattle act The Night Beats will be touring Australia's east coast for the very first time this September! The psych-garage trio will be bringing their latest record, Sonic Boom, as well as a well-loved catalogue of music with them, on a tour that is definitely not to be missed. If you're in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane, best check out the tour dates below and get along!
Sydney five-piece Castlecomer will be touring down the country's east coast in a few months, promoting their latest single, "Fugitive". They've been working with producer Tony Buchen (Andy Bull, The Preatures) on their debut EP, which will be released later in the year, so this is the perfect opportunity to see the band play and get linked up to their tunes!
Stemming from a love and passion for her work and the Australian hip-hop community, Melbourne's Michelle Grace Hunder is currently in the midst of an exciting time in her life, professionally and personally, with the upcoming release of RISE. The book, featuring 118 stunning portraits of hip-hop artists photgraphed by Hunder herself, is a project two years in the making. Funded through the massive success of her Pozible campaign, the support of artists and fans, RISE is being released next month and to celebrate, Hunder and some of her longtime mates have announced a launch tour!
Gold Coast rock quartet These Four Walls made the leap from New Zealand last year, keen to further settle into their new surrounds with a national tour and some brand new music. Their recently released music video for "Rain", a cut from their 2012 album Living to Write the End, offers a live twist on the single and serves as a nice preview of what's to come when the boys head up and down Australia's east coast.
Dan Cribb & The Isolated will be performing a run of shows in WA before they hit the east coast of the country this September! Heading west, Cribb and the band will be debuting some new tunes and a new drummer in James Davies, providing the fans a great opportunity to not only welcome Davies but to also get a taste of what Cribb and his band have been working on!
In this issue: Morning Gloryville launches in Sydney, The Knockout bring an impressive lazershow to the indoor festival, Sydney Rock N Roll promise spacesuits, Ollie Brown to launch new EP, Gang of Youths announce Sydney shows and so do Angus and Julia Stone, Furnace and The Fundamentals present Foachella, Infinity Broke play one last show before heading overseas, The Sydney Comedy Festival showcase heads to Katoomba and Another Avenue announce Sydney Shows.
Respected Detroit emcee Guilty Simpson will team with up Sydney DJ/Producer Katalyst for a joint tour of Australia in a few weeks time, fusing their distinctive styles together in what is bound to be an unmissable concert for hip hop heads nation wide.
We've been digging Sea of Approval here at the AU, so we were excited when Andy Bull announced that he's going to be taking it on tour in September! With New Navy on support duty through NSW, Victoria and SA, Bull will be bringing the impressive debut to life along with faves from The Phantom Pains EP undoubtedly at the dates you can't miss, below.