Catch up on the latest news about New World Artists and see what our artists are up to.
Following their triumphant reformation in August last year, Melbourne outfit Mammal have returned with their first new music in eight years, as well as news of an Australian headline tour.
The rock quartet have today unveiled new single and video for Community, premiering on theMusic.com.au.
Self-produced by the band in their hometown and mixed/mastered by legendary producer Machine (Lamb Of God) at the Machine Shop in the US, Mammal loved the track so much they immediately...
Sydney rockers PLANET are preparing to release their debut EP Waking Eight, but before that happens they’re streaming the whole thing right here on Music Feeds.
Currently touring the UK supporting DMA’S, the band tell Music Feeds that Waking Eight “has been a long time coming”.
“I reckon it says a lot about what’s to come in the next few years,” says frontman Matty Took.
“Would love to drop album after album every few months, but I doubt...
THESE NEW SOUTH WHALES are thrilled to announce the release of their second season this May. The highly anticipated punkumentary will be released as an eight-part season in an exclusive partnership with Comedy Central Australia and New Zealand with an online premiere at comedycentral.com.au on Wednesday 9 May. The series will then air across Comedy Central ANZ on Fetch TV channel 108 and SKY NZ channel 11. Watch trailer for season two here
Simon Bates, Head of Comedy Central...
TIRED LION SELL OUT SYDNEY, ADD SECOND LANSDOWNE SHOW!
TIX SELLING FAST FOR ‘WHERE WERE YOU?’ TOUR
“Raw, visceral and loud.” – The Music
“Tired Lion have steadily climbed the ranks as one of Australia's most talked-about bands.” – Reverb.com
“They are, tbqh, just an excellent rock and roll band, and we’re lucky to have ‘em turning out huge choruses like it ain’t no thang.” – triple j
Sydney continues to be one of Perth rockers Tired Lion’s favourite...
WATCH: Video for Previous Single 'Take Me'
After a slew of capacity parties in 2018, Rare Finds proudly announce Melbourne-based indie-rock band DIET. as the next headliner of their East Coast touring circuit for May – presented by Oporto and Pilerats, and supported by Mountain Goat Beer, Arthur St. Studios and Sailor Jerry.
Following on from touring with Polish Club and joining the New World Artists booking agency, DIET are set to unveil their new single ‘Danny Boy’...
Come Together returns on the June long weekend in 2018 Recharged, ready to rock and this year adding a
Gold Coast date.
From its indie rock origins in 2005 to more recent years when Come Together hosted some of the country’s
most memorable hip hop gatherings this year, Come Together will return to its rock roots and who better to lead
the charge and bring good energy than the mighty Spiderbait.
Without any doubt, one of Australia’s favourite live...
It’s a big day for Dead Letter Circus fans. The band have just announced details for their brand new single ‘The Armour You Own’ plus a small and intimate run of live shows in support.
‘The Armour You Own’ is the first new piece of original music from Dead Letter Circus since 2015’s Aesthesis. It also sees a welcomed return to their amplifiers after 2017’s The Endless Mile – a stripped and acoustic reimagination of songs from the Brisbane five-piece’s...
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...