Brisbane songstress Hannah Rosa is going to be on her way to a venue near you next month and in October, ready to punch your heart with her beautiful folk tunes. Rosa releases her second EP Buried Alive in September and already, the lead track "Buried Alive" has been gathering some great momentum. If you're in Queensland, Sydney and Melbourne, you've got the perfect set of opportunities coming up to see this talented lass do her thing.
Holy holy have quickly been recognised as one of Australia's rising talents, receiving high rotation on Triple J with their singles “Impossible Like You” and “House of Cards” in the past year. They sold-out their previous 'The Pacific' national tour, have two showcases at the upcoming BIGSOUND in Brisbane, they are on the Wave Rock Festival line-up in WA and are supporting Boy and Bear on their upcoming 'Get Up And Dance' tour in September. They have announced their third single “History” and along with it, a national tour to celebrate.
Funk legends fDeluxe, formally known as The Family, will be bringing their critically acclaimed show to Australia in October, coinciding with the release of their upcoming album AM Static.
Gomez's lead guitarist Ben Ottewell is returning to Australia in October to celebrate his new solo release Rattlebag. Since his first solo release, Shapes & Shadows, Ottewell has been captivating audiences with a series of successful acoustic tours around the world.
Sydney's Richard In Your Mind are preparing to release album number four in Ponderosa, but not before they've announced a run of tour dates! The band will be on the road this October and November to celebrate the album's release and if you've been following the band over the last couple of years, you'll know the kind of antics you're set to be in for. Richard In Your Mind are most certainly a talented bunch of musicians who, on the live front, bring so much fun to the stage, it's impossible not to get caught up in the atmosphere they create. Ponderosa's first single "Hammered" is already doing the rounds - doing them well - and we're excited to see what comes next!
Be Impressive has been a certified hit with The Griswolds' ever-growing fan base, though the impact the Sydneysiders have been having on audiences Stateside recently has been speaking for itself. Having spent the last few months touring quite relentlessly, The Griswolds have been garnering a fantastic reputation for themselves as a live band, something their Australian fans were already well aware of. Next month, the boys will be doing the rounds on the home front with a headline national tour which will give fans around the country the chance to see how they've fashioned their live shows in the time they've been away and see how Be Impressive actually, well, impresses when done live.
They might be about to start yet another international tour, but the Hilltop Hoods haven't forgotten about their Australian buds, dropping details of a massive national tour this morning. The last time the Adelaide trio toured the country, they were hitting up some pretty big venues, but this one seems set to top everything they've done before. Taking Thundamentals and K21 out on the road with them for the October-December tour, the Hoods will be showcasing the already successful new album Walking Under Stars, as well as their popular catalogue for some hip-hop moments fans aren't likely to forget.
Australian party-heads, you've got one final chance to get down with the Yacht Club DJs before they pack up their decks, laptops and general knack for making some excellent jams at the end of the year. The mash-up heroes have announced their final tour, which will see them hit venues around Australia from October right through into December: the only thing you need to do is bring the ruckus.
In this issue: Sticky Fingers gob-smacked by the response for their upcoming tour, Sunnyboys Sydney show sell-out, Cannibal Corpse issues a challenge to their fans, while The Sinking Teeth and My Echo are set to support Jimmy Eat World tour. Also, Kiesza cancels an appearance in Sydney, but Ice Cube extends his Aussie tour thanks to phenomenal sales.
Melbourne's Antiskeptic will be heading out on a massive tour around the country next month to celebrate the release of their new album, Stare Down the Ocean. The band will be taking their epic third studio album to all the major city centres with a new live show sure to impress! With the album's latest single "Hey Dissident" already doing great things around the place, Antiskeptic stand to break out strongly on the live front, after having been away from six years.
The enigmatic and incredibly intriguing Spookyland will be bringing his music to more crowds around the country when he kicks off the 'Rock and Roll Weakling Tour' this September. The Sydney artist has recently signed to Canvasback Music who will be orchestrating the North American release of the Rock and Roll Weakling EP. The tour will see Spookyland head down south to Adelaide for the first time on this tour and will also see him performing as part of the BIGSOUND conference in Brisbane.
In this issue: Sex on Toast head to AC/DC Lane to blast their signature 80's funk/soul tunes, Tequila Mockingbird announce their latest EP launch of T-Byrds Are GO!, Hendrik Weber presents his latest solo project 'Pantha Du Prince' and announces performance dates, Andy Kentler announces the launch of latest album No Love Lost, Giraffage returns for a Melbourne performance after the success and attention of his first free album release and latest music/arts event of Melbourne 'The Alexander Technique' is unveiled.
In this issue: Visions #6 lineup announcement, SPOD’s Taste The Sadness, Picnic Fun Warehouse Party, EXEK debut cassette EP launch, Allday headline show, Daniel Merriweather Sydney show, Jimmy Barnes special show, Rosie and Billie McCarthy at intimate Sydney venue, Ska & Punk Rock Boat Cruise is back.
Wait, what? Flight Facilities have gone and dropped their debut album details PLUS global tour dates this afternoon, pleasing many. The record, Down to Earth, which will be released via Future Classic this October, will bring the Sydney duo well and truly back to the fore of many radars around the country, with cuts featuring guest spots by the likes of Emma Louise, Owl Eyes and more. Flight Facilities fans who want to be involved in the ultra special experience will be able to book themselves a 'First Class Experience', which is looking to be quite sweet indeed.
Wax Wiches have just announced an Australian tour following the release of their second album, Centre of Your Universe. Wax Witches is the sci-fi punk solo project of Alex Wall, frontman of Bleeding Knees Club. This will be Alex’s first tour of Australia since relocating to Brooklyn last year.