Catch up on the latest news about New World Artists and see what our artists are up to.
Less than a year since the release of their latest album, the explosive Forgetting The Future, British India are thrilled to announce they’ll be returning to stages around the country in May and June on the Midnight Homie Tour that will kick off in Bendigo on May 11 and continue through regional and metropolitan cities in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, before finishing up at The Gov in Adelaide on July 6.
To celebrate the release of Midnight Homie...
On Saturday March 3, Red Hill Auditorium was the venue for blasts from the past. Specifically, 90s alternative rock (Alternative Rock?) blasts, courtesy of The Lemonheads, Veruca Salt, Spiderbait and The Living End.
The Lemonheads kicked off the proceedings with workmanlike competence. Frontman Evan Dando transitioned from song to song – one dimensional heart-on-my-sleeve lyrics made palatable through pop-punk propulsion – without sparing so much as a second for a 'What’s up Perth?' That, and Dando’sThe...
The surf-punk outfit has been kicking goals all over the place in the last couple months, scoring the triple j Unearthed Falls Festival Byron Bay slot and headlining Brisbane’s Mountain Goat Valley Crawl.
“We’re beyond stoked to be joining Dom [Miller, of New World Artists] & the NWA team,” the band told The Music.
“It’s mind-blowing that we get the opportunity to work with someone we admire so much as a professional, and even more pleasing...
After blasting back onto the Australian music scene last year, hip hop rockers Butterfingers are ready to get back on the road with a massive run of tour dates around the country kicking off this March. And to announce that fact they've unleashed another fiery new single unto the airwaves - Bullet To The Head, one that again blends that '90s-era rap/rock style with a more modern sound. The track feels especially modern when you dig into the lyrical themes,...
Brisbane trio Sweater Curse have become New World Artists latest signees and to celebrate, they’ve dropped handful of Aussie tour dates.
The Brisso band has been kicking around for a while, supporting the likes of Camp Cope and Julia Jacklin but right from the start they had caught the eye of New World Artist’s Dominic Miller.
“I saw Sweater Curse’s first ever gig and have been a fan since day one. They write songs with conviction from a real...
After last year’s release of the standalone single Brain Drain and a sold-out tour, Adelaide's indie-punk duo, The Hard Aches announce details of their sophomore album, Mess out April 13 via Anchorhead.
The duo teamed up with Melbourne producer Sam Johnson at this studio Holes & Corners, having admired his work over the last few years on records with Camp Cope, The Smith Street Band, and The Bennies. After 3 long weeks and many late nights, the...
Allday is pleased to announce the Speeding Regionally Tour. Having landed another album in the
ARIA Top 5, Allday has been busy preparing meals for his 24 Hr Allday Buffet cooking show, writing
new music in LA with a range of super-producers, and getting ready to head to some of Australia’s
best regional areas to entertain his ever-growing legion of fans.
Whether it’s debut full-length Startup Cult or his earlier mixtapes and EPs, Allday has always had
Tennis Australia and Mushroom Events are delighted to announce the tournament’s biggest ever music-line up with more than two weeks of music at Australian Open 2018.
Australian and International music superstars will headline on the AO Live Stage, located once again at the middle terrace of Birrarung Marr following a very successful debut series of shows last summer.
For the first time music legend Tina Arena and her band will perform at the Australian Open, headlining women’s final day on...
Congrats to Northlane for taking out the ARIA for Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album for Mesmer at The 2017 ARIA Awards
The full cast of Green Day’s American Idiot has been announced, with Sarah McLeod from The Superjesus confirmed to share the role of St Jimmy with Grinspoon’s Phil Jamieson for the Brisbane season of the explosive award-winning Broadway phenomenon at Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) from 13 to 21 April 2018.
The role of St Jimmy has been played rotationally by rock personalities including Billie Joe Armstrong, Melissa Etheridge, Chris Cheney and Phil Jamieson. The Australian production’s Executive...
Following the release of his stand-out single Don't Look, Brisbane-based beatmaker Machine Age (Adrian Mauro) has returned with new cut 'Fighting’ – drawn from his forthcoming EP (due March 2018).
A completely self-recorded effort, with additional mixing from Slumberjack and mastering by Andrei Eremin (Chet Faker, Hiatus Kaiyote), 'Fighting' is a fusion of eclectic musical genres and influences. Intricately layered instrumentation builds throughout the song, colliding with synth-laden soundscapes and pattering drumbeats, resulting in his own brand of experimental...
Melbourne based dance duo, SAATSUMA are gifting fans with an early Christmas present by announcing a late December tour.
The pair will embark on the east coast run off the back of their highly acclaimed debut album, Overflow which was released in September.
As well as shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Newcastle, the dynamic act will be kicking off with a special gig at Melbourne’s Gasometer where 100% of all profits from the show will go to the Asylum Seeker...