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If you cast your mind back to when Tyne-James Organ released 'Watch You Go', you might remember how quick he was to wrap listeners up in a rich and generous soundscape that also had Organ wear his heart on sleeve. A favourite on triple j Unearthed, the Melbourne based, Wollongong original showed great potential from the jump.
Fast forward to this week: Tyne-James is back and unsurprisingly, the 23 year old is busy casually smashing it on...
The Offspring (Performing 'Smash' In Full)
All Time Low
Bullet For My Valentine
The Smith Street Band
Dashboard Confessional (Performing songs from 'The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most' + Fan Favourites)
The Wonder Years
Make Them Suffer
Void Of Vision
The Offspring (Performing 'Smash' In Full)
Friday 7 December - Melbourne Showgrounds, Melbourne...
Queensland’s Against The Grain festival is returning to Brisbane for its third year this November, and it has given us a lineup that’s packed to the brim with Aussie legends.
Heading the bill is Melbourne four-piece City Calm Down, who are enjoying a massive year following the release of their second album Echoes In Blue.
Also on the lineup are the likes of Tiny Little Houses, Maddy Jane, Good Boy, Totally Mild and Moaning Lisa....
Aussie legend Phil Jamieson has announced he will hit the road this year for a huge solo tour of Australia.
The Grinspoon frontman will kick off the run next month in Newcastle, before moving on to play throughout November and December in Margaret River, Perth, Bunbury, Toowoomba, Gold Coast, Brunswick Heads, Frankston, Belgrave, Canberra and Wollongong.
The tour will also include stops at Caloundra Music Festival and Beerfest's Fremantle, Melbourne and Sydney events.
The trip will be made even...
Late October in 2017 saw the reunion of one of Australia’s most renowned and significant contributors to the rock scene. This year saw the definite return and rebirth of the exact same alternative funk rock quartet that we all know by the name of Mammal. For years, the Melbourne-based four-piece have left a prominent mark on Australian music and continue to do so with what’s been in the works for the last year. Since late July, Mammal have been...
"...one of the most dynamic acts currently emerging from the musical hotbed of Perth - a reputation that's likely to escalate."
- Red Bull Australia
"A free flowing wonderland adventure. Close your eyes so you can leave all your worries behind and bliss out with Demon Days."
- Declan Byrne, triple j Home & Hosed
“I never like saying effortless, because it assumes no effort has gone into making the music and clearly there's a...
It’s not every day a band releases a love song inspired by a visit to a framing shop in Abbotsford, but for Ceres frontman Tom Lanyon it was just what he needed to break a year-long bout of writer’s block.
“My girlfriend lost her parents,” explains the singer-guitarist, “and her dad was named Viv. He was an artist, and she had all these little sketches of his which I got framed. There were eight pictures, little A4 frames, and when...
Drapht supports new single ‘The Come Down Was Real’ East Coast this week.
Playing live with a cracker band he hits the East Coast Australia for the last 3 capital city shows.
Drapht ’s August 2018 Tour (Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne, Sydney & Brisbane) SOLD OUT well in advance.
This live set is showcasing newly recorded DRAPHT tracks including The Come Down Was Real –a preview
of his forthcoming album Arabella Street - plus more new material as well as Drapht...
Tyne-James Organ, Jordan Dennis & Diet announced on NYE On The Hill 2018/19
NYE On The Hill takes place at 'The Farm' South Gipsland, Sunday December 30 – Tuesday January 2.
THE SMITH STREET BAND
THE KITE STRING TANGLE
SAMPA THE GREAT
PSYCHEDELIC PORN CRUMPETS
APPROACHABLE MEMBERS OF YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY
TONES AND I
Brisbane producer Feki is celebrating the release of his debut EP Into The Light which is out into the world today.
Feki says: "It’s taken me far too long to put together a body of work that I can sit back and be proud of. This whole musical journey up to this point has been somewhat of an emotional rollercoaster. At times it’s felt like I’ve been trapped in a dark tunnel and the only way to escape is...
THE BLUESFEST 2019 FIRST ARTIST ANNOUNCEMENT - ROCKWIZ LIVE returns !
*Exclusive* JACK JOHNSON *Exclusive*
*Exclusive* BEN HARPER & THE INNOCENT CRIMINALS *Exclusive*
*FINAL SHOWS* GEORGE CLINTON & PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC *FINAL SHOWS*
*Exclusive* ST PAUL & THE BROKEN BONES *Exclusive*
NAHKO AND MEDICINE FOR THE PEOPLE
TOMMY EMMANUEL • COLIN HAY
ARLO GUTHRIE • KEB’ MO’
TEX PERKINS • ALLEN STONE
RICHARD CLAPTON • RUSSELL MORRIS
KURT VILE & THE VIOLATORS
Mammal at the Rosemount Saturday night? Hell yeah!
After eight long years, and one false start as bass player Nick Adams addressed some minor technical issues, Mammal were back.
Opening with a brutal version of ‘Nagasaki In Flames’, Ezekiel Ox and the boys came out swinging and set the tone for the night. Ox, shirtless and adorned in bull-horned headdress, was as intense as ever and looked rapt to be back fronting this juggernaut. Three songs in and...