Catch up on the latest news about New World Artists and see what our artists are up to.
The Outdoor Type return with ‘Dirty Water’, their latest slice of Australiana guitar-pop. Released on September 14th through Nettwerk Music.
It’s been a huge 12 months for The Outdoor Type, from breaking the top 40 Triple-A charts in the U.S and playing their first international shows, to sharing the stage with the likes of Vance Joy and Portugal. the Man. After signing with Paradigm booking agency for North America, the band turned its attention to recording their...
Sydney punk band THESE NEW SOUTH WHALES today announce local supports and a new Newcastle show ahead of No Bridge Left To Burn Tour this October. Stopping off in the newly added show in Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane next month for their last round of headline dates for 2018, the band will be joined with the previously announced acts Party Dozen and Rebel Yell, as well as Greenwave Beth in Sydney, V in Melbourne and Lexicon in Brisbane....
The single premiered on triple j’s Good Nights show last week, where it lit up the message boards with fans ecstatic to hear new music from the south coast troubadour. The song was then added to triple j rotation this week.
Organ has also released a brand-new video to support the release of ‘Graceful’ – a clip that sees TJ go through a major transition (thanks to a pair of hair clippers), as well as show off some...
FIELD DAY 2019
MONDAY 1ST JANUARY 2019
THE DOMAIN, SYDNEY
BONOBO (DJ Set)
Rüfüs Du Sol
Tchami x Malaa (No Redemption)
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...
"They’re one of the tightest and most entertaining live bands you’ll find."
"What does an Australian summer sound like? The ebb of the ocean or the whine of a mozzie? Or maybe it’s infectious, sunny, jangly rock songs, tinged with nostalgia for holidays past. It’s the sound that new Melbourne band DIET. makes."
Surfacing on all good streaming services today is DIET's driving, honest, sophomore, track Sundown EP. The beloved Melbourne five...
Following hot on the heels of last month’s exciting album reveal, Brisbane favourites Dead Letter Circus have now announced a huge summer tour to accompany and dropped a brand new piece of music.
Kicking off in November, the Dead Letter Circus Album Tour will see the band bring their fierce live set to stages across Bunbury, Margaret River and Perth, through to Adelaide and Canberra and the east coast - with regional shows in between. These dates will be the...
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
Palaye Royale 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...
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...