Tonight Alive played a ripper of a set in Melbourne, supported by A Sleepless Melody and Because They Can. Rebecca Houlden was there to capture all the action.
In this issue: Mark Seymour and The Undertow Tour Launch, Obituary bring Rotting Slowly in Australia tour to Melbourne, A Hits and Pits Sideshow, Alison Wonderland to play the Espy, Harmony single launch, Sons of Rico’s album launch, Weekender – Stone Roses warm up, The Messengers release new single and EP, The Delta Riggs launch party, Hiatus Kaiyote US Tour Fundraiser, Patrick James EP launch, David Olney debuts down under and Vance Joy EP launch tour.
You've got 6 musicians on stage, a whole lot of bouncing around, and some serious dancing. When this happens you know that Playwrite must be in the house. And if you haven’t heard of these guys then you soon will.
In this issue: Sweet Jean Parachutes single launch, Electric Sea Spider album launch, Van She and Juggernauts DJ’s perform on Australia Day, Spirit of House Secret Block Party, Daniel Merriweather to headline Corner Hotel show and more!
Sweet Jean Parachutes single launch
the AU review brings you these photos from the Singles' gig at Ding Dong Lounge in Melbourne, as they celebrated their EP launch.
Friday night, new dress, bling high-tops, new band with a new record. What could go wrong? Here's my account of Brunswick band Neighbourhood Youth at the launch of their latest EP Holiday.
The annual Triple J Awards were hosted at Ding Dong Lounge on Friday afternoon, with The Rubens taking out the Unearthed Artist of the Year, Kris Moyes & Kirin J Callinan winning Music Video of the Year, and Tame Impala taking home Album of the Year.
In this issue: Japan’s DJ Kentaro performing at the Espy, The Lamplights release second album, The Toot Toot Toots announce Melbourne show, Atom Bombs record launch tour, Autumn Lawn EP tour and more!
Japan’s DJ Kentaro confirmed for the Espy
It was a cold and unforgiving night in Melbourne last Friday, but that was all forgotten in the intimate Ding Dong Lounge, as ten-piece funk band The Cactus Channel bought their album tour party back to their hometown. After ten days travelling the east coast, the Haptics tour party rolled back down to Melbourne for a night of funk fun.
Ding Dong Lounge on a Friday night, plus two bands. This is the recipe for a great night. The new look Ding Dong makes a great back drop for the first lady of the evening. And that lady is Ainslie Wills.