Iconic hip-hop artist Ghostface Killah (of Wu-Tang Clan) has just announced that he will tour Australia and New Zealand this December to accompany his already announced appearance at Meredith Music Festival.
In this Issue: The Blues Preachers celebrate John Lennon's 70th Birthday, JD Samson gears up for a wild night in Sydney, the Vernons are excited to showcase new EP, Bluegrass festival sets up in Tamworth, and sensational burlesque show Speakeasy has string of shows lined up in Marrickville.
In this issue: Low Fly Incline play Rolling Stone's Live Lodge, Black Night Crash announce 8th birthday party, Dear Plastic announce their debut album launch + release the new video for single "Epic Delay", JD Samson makes his way back down under for the Jean Paul Gaultier exhibition, hip-hop producer Sinks releases first ever produced single, Rap duo The Pharcyde return to Melbourne this November, Deathproof presents 'A Very Deathproof Christmas' to kickstart the festive season and Aussie hard rock band Lazarus Mode hit up The Evelyn Hotel in Fitzroy!
Canada's own Del Barber will be touring Australia for the first time this November! The tour will see him play shows in Melbourne and Sydney, before joining the extensive Festival of Small Halls tour along side Mae Trioas and hitting the stage at Mullum Music and Woodford Folk Festivals.
Perfume Genius aka Mike Hadreas has announced his Australian return and is bringing his four piece band with him. The tour will hit Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane this coming February.
In this issue: Mia Dyson to headline Blues on The Parade, Hiatus Kaiyote to play The Gov, Chaos Divine launch new single 'Soldiers' at The Amplifier Bar, West Coast hip-hop crew Cypress Hill to play in Perth, Johnny Marr to play in Adelaide next year, The Dead Daises are returning to Australia and The Preatures to play in Adelaide this November.
Australian electronic dance music duo, Knife Party, have announced a national arena tour, taking their highly anticipated energetic performance to each major location around Australia. With their new album ‘Abandon Ship’ due for release later this month, Knife Party are set to shake the stage with special guest and fellow Australian ShockOne.
The YouTube phenomenon 2CELLOS have announced a tour of Australia and New Zealand for next January. The musical duo look set to visit the Australian capital cities, along with Auckland in 2015. Best known for their rendition of ACDC’s "Thunderstruck" and Michael Jackson’s "Smooth Criminal", 2CELLOS are expected to showcase a variety of entertaining genre-bending songs.
Californian folk singer Kristina Olsen is returning to Australia this month to launch her latest work Chemistry. Unveiling her show in Victoria first, fans and music enthusiasts alike are expected to be in awe of the tracks on her newest full length album.
Adelaide hard rock band Ice On Mercury are about to embark on an Australian tour to showcase their second self-titled EP. Pre-sales of two shows have already sold out, so don’t miss the chance to see this gig when they play your town.
With the Nashville country music sensation Lady Antebellum having just released their new album 747, they are also preparing to play a handful of shows in Australia in March 2015. Kicking off their tour in Sydney, the trio will be accompanied by fellow American stars Kristian Bush and Maddie & Tae.
Great news! Indie favourite Kevin Devine has announced two intimate shows for this November! The Brooklyn musician, who will be in the country supporting fellow Americans Manchester Orchestra on their three date tour, will play shows in both Brisbane and Melbourne.
South African band KONGOS are going to be coming to Australia for the very first time this November! The sons of John Kongos have been making waves of their own as a band, supporting the likes of Kings of Leon and One Republic before they make their way out to Australian fans. Joining them on their debut run of Australian dates will be Melbourne's Kingswood, who, as most people know, have been dominating on the live front through 2014, with over a hundred shows under their belt!
Ed Sheeran's 2015 Australian tour is unsurprisingly, selling out all over the shop, but fans will be stoked to know that even more additional shows have now been added in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide to meet demand. Tickets for shows across the entire board are now on sale, so be sure to grab 'em!
Tasmania's Captives are breaking out for a tour of their brand new EP, Butterflies, Diamonds & Lightning! And yes, that will be the last prisoner/captive related pun you'll read in this announcement. The band, who've been slaying it on the live front alongside the likes of Tumbleweed, The Snowdroppers and more recently, are going to be kicking it in a headline capacity through this month and November with some gigs you won't want to miss if you like your rock music loud, bold and proud.