Boy & Bear have announced a summer tour for early next year, in support of their third album Limit Of Love. The new album is due to land October 9th, just under a month away, but it's never too early to start getting psyched!
While in Australia to support Mumford and Sons, unstoppable synth-poppers Future Islands have announced headline shows in Adelaide and Brisbane in November. It of course comes with the same massive anticipation that has been floating around the band ever since their head-turning performances at Splendour in the Grass and Laneway Festival, sets which have only been followed by strength-to-strength showmanship around the world.
As an extension of last month's Oxjam, the grassroots movement will be sprouting up a mini laneway festival in Sydney's Stanmore with local bands all day, and DJ sets in between to help you party in the name of fighting poverty.
Australian musician Dylan Joel has released brand a new single "Blank" and as well as his debut album Authentic Lemonade. He's also announced an album launch headline tour for this October and November. The album features the hip-hop party jam “Swing” featuring Mantra & DJ Izm and his first single “Numbers”. Click through for all the tour info...
Adelaide five-piece Koral & The Goodbye Horses are about to the road in support of their debut EP – Nocturnes. The tour will take the band to Melbourne, regional Victoria, Adelaide and to Sydney for two shows with some soon to be announced guests. Click through for all the dates and info!
Ash Grunwald has a new album coming out on September 25th called NOW and we're all pretty excited about it. "Second Guess" was its recently released single, which you can listen to below, and this week, Ash will head on a national tour which runs into November. Check out the dates below!
Soul shakers Fat Freddy’s Drop have announced a national tour to hit our shores in February 2016, following the release of their new album Bays, set for release October 23, 2015. Sydney and Perth shows will also have the pleasure of seeing the neo-soul quartet from Melbourne, Hiatus Kaiyote.
There's a chance you may have seen Sydney's I Know Leopard recently, supporting Gang Of Youths on their national tour. If not, you'll have plenty of chances to see the dream-pop cuties starting this September when they head out on a huge 15-date headlining tour in support of their upcoming EP Another Life.
Sydney is losing yet another long-standing venue with the depressing exit of Lansdowne Hotel, set to close its doors for the very last time this month. A staple for students and a constant platform for local musicians throughout the years, the pub on the corner of Parramatta and City Rd has announced a free music festival to help make the loss sting a bit less, rounding up 13 local bands for a day of nostalgia and celebration.
The boys from Tijuana Cartel are back with a new album, and a tour to support it over the coming months. Citing broad influences as the inspiration for their new direction, they've moulded a pool of eclectic influences into an album they're describing as 'Gonzo'. They've veered sharply off the road yet again, but they've never really been heading in one direction.