Catch up on the latest news about New World Artists and see what our artists are up to.
It’s becoming a pretty common sight: all the finest artists who cut their teeth in the fertile 90s Australian alternative rock scene, all packaged together in one massive gig line-up, serving as the ultimate nostalgia trip for music lovers who were there back in the day.
They also provide an opportunity for those who missed out on the great live scene of that decade to catch so many of the artists that made it such an important time in our...
After ending 2018 on a high thanks to a 'Best EP' win for their debut Magic Eye (2018 WAM Awards) as well as performances at BIGSOUND, WAMFest, Jungle Love Festival and two packed-out national tours, "the talk of the Perth music scene" (Cool Perth Nights) Demon Days are gearing up to hit the road for their first national tour of 2019.
Announcing exclusively in theMusic.com.au this morning, the 'Hands...
Big Pineapple Music Festival has unleashed its juicy 2019 line-up, which has got all the musical vitamins you'd need for a full day of entertainment. Peking Duk, PNAU, Vera Blue, Thundamentals, and recent Feature Album stars Broods lead the list of artists playing across four stages this May.
You've also got heavy heroes Karnivool and Hands Like Houses' primo pop from Mallrat, Confidence Man, Kota Banks, Wafia, and Laurel; guitar greats Last Dinosaurs, Hatchie, and Stand Atlantic, or...
Brisbane’s Bugs are today returning with their first single of the year, ‘Safe Place’, which premiered on triple j’s Home & Hosed on Monday night. The new single comes ahead of the band’s east coast ‘Sweetener’ tour, which concludes with a performance at Hills Are Alive festival in Victoria.
The gritty new track showcases Bugs’ knack for catchy, yet purposeful songwriting, and punchy, high-energy instrumentals.
“‘Safe Place’ is a song about the internal...
Brisbane's The Brave are back with their second album 'Aura', out April 5 via UNFD. The epic new single 'Technicolor' is the next taste of what's to come from the Brisbane band after the release of last year's single 'Ethereal', which was named Best Heavy Song at the 2018 Queensland Music Awards.
Formed in Brisbane in 2013, The Brave quickly started turning heads with 2014 EP ‘Endless’, which captured their...
Mallrat's rise over the last few years has been almost astronomical, and it couldn't happen to a better person. Since initially capturing our attention with her early, hip-hop-infused work back in 2015 and 2016, the Brisbane star-in-the-making has gone from strength to strength, evolving and growing as a musician and songwriter with release after release. Her 2017 anthem Better opened a new chapter of-kinds for Mallrat, leaning on a more care-free pop sound that in the last 24...
Brisbane’s Sweater Curse are ecstatic to announce the release of their latest single ‘(Hear You)’. The track is the latest taste of their highly-anticipated debut EP ‘See You’ out March 1st.
Much like their colossal 2018, the beginning of 2019 is seeing Sweater Curse’s list of achievements grow, with their performance at Laneway Festival in Brisbane this Saturday 2nd February, set to be broadcast live by Triple J at 3pm, plus an appearance at Farmer...
Sydney-based rap-rock-electro-pop mutants RedHook have signed with New World Artists, it was announced this morning.
They will be repped by NWA agents Edwin Tehrani and Tom Johannesen, who says, “We are very happy to welcome RedHook to the New World Artists roster.
“RedHook bring a unique and exciting sound, there is nothing quite like them in Australia.”
The band are about to embark on some heavy road duty.
After opening up the main stage...
After a massive 2018, Good Boy are ready and raring to go with the announcement of their ‘CRF’ tour, which will see the band play across the country on a five-date run of shows including Perth, Fremantle, Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane. Tickets will go on sale this Friday 25th January at 9am AEDT.
Promising to showcase the band’s exhilarating live performances delivered at the likes of Splendour in the Grass and Falls Festival, the CRF Tour will...
This tour will see Mallrat headline the biggest stages of her career, beginning March 30 at The Triffid in Brisbane before heading to The Rosemount in Perth, The Governor Hindmarsh in Adelaide, The Corner in Melbourne, The Metro in Sydney and the UC Refectory in Canberra.
These shows follow hot on the heels of Mallrat’s return from Europe, where she’s once again set to support her friend Maggie Rogers for her upcoming European tour, having also travelled across the US...
Thursday 13th December 2018, 8pm, Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House
Strong female singers and songwriters are celebrated by six magnificent singers supported by a fabulous all female 8 piece band in HEAR ME ROAR. The limited engagement concert at the opera house is a delightful exploration of music by women, for women, that delights all audiences.
The six singers come from a diverse range of backgrounds, both culturally and stylistically. Cairns born daughter of a Torres Strait Islander mother ...
When iconic Melbourne/NAARM political funk rockers Mammal announced their return in October last year, many expected the seminal four piece to implode within a month. The bands infamous history of member in-fighting, literally dangerous stage performances and highly strung backstage fist fights was the stuff of underground Oz rock legend - and had fans and pundits alike watching keenly for a spectacular, dance-floor filling train-wreck.
How wrong they were.
In the last year, the band has played sold out comeback...