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Posted 3 May 2012 @ 9:53am

One of the many highlights on Sydney's massive Vivid LIVE lineup will be hitting Melbourne, with the Modular-curated triple bill of Jonathan Boulet, Kindness and Tom Vek making the trip south at later this month.


The Melbourne show will mark the Australian debut for two of the UK's hottest acts - Tom Vek (pictured) and Kindness will be making their maiden journey across the...

Posted 14 Dec 2011 @ 9:24am

Let me take you back to the Year of Our Lord, 2002, when I was a little tyke growing up in the suburbs of Canberra, adorned with studded belts and unseemly piercings that will no doubt come back to haunt me in my 30th birthday PowerPoint presentation. Back then, seeing live music in with any kind of regularity was an ordeal on par with a young lady trying to navigate the interior of the city...

Posted 29 Nov 2011 @ 10:40am

Last on our shores in 2010, Florence And The Machine will be returning for a headline tour next May.


Last year saw Florence and her machine visit Australian shores for both Laneway and Splendour In The Grass. After a one-off show in Sydney earlier this year, the fiery Florence is set to return to Melbourne to finally give her Victoria fans a live taste of her sophomore album...

Posted 28 Nov 2011 @ 11:03am

Unlike our good friend John Farnham whose farewell tours seem more frequent than a regular person’s trip to the bathroom, the Spicks And Specks team have called it quits for good! 


Much to the displeasure of many Australian fans, the show ended after seven years, 277 episodes, more than 150 guests and a whole heaps of laughs. Melbourne, you love them and they love you! Due to...

Posted 7 Nov 2011 @ 11:31am

Hot on the heels of Neon Indian's show announcement, fellow PIAF attendees Slow Club have announced a Melbourne date of their own.


This year has seen the photogenic UK duo release the raucous sophomore LP Paradise, which continued Slow Club's run of steady critical acclaim.

Posted 18 Oct 2011 @ 10:59am


Kira Puru & The Bruise 


Ten bands everyone should know about:

Portishead, The Bad Seeds, The National, Dirty Three, Boatfriends, Grizzly Bear, Radiohead, Mother & Son, Ergo B Bag & His All-Action Allstars and The Beatles. 


Nine food items that you need to make a kickarse dinner party:

Posted 5 Oct 2011 @ 7:47am

This exhibition is set to have you looking at our country from a completely different perspective.


The brainchild of now respected artist and climate change activist, Prue Acton, it sees six prominent Australian photographers capture images of our south eastern native forests which have been severely affected by logging.
Ms Action describes the gallery as a...

Posted 12 Sep 2011 @ 3:54pm

After making everyone at Splendour very, very happy, (especially us) we assume Oh Mercy jumped the first place to the States and are currently eating from a taco truck on Route 66 during their US tour.


Luckily for us, they haven’t forgotten their home, and...

Posted 2 Sep 2011 @ 9:54am

Floating Me may just be that band that elevates the progressive rock genre to a whole other level. A force to be reckoned with, this supergroup have announced that they'll be playing shows around the country for the month of October.


Comprised of members from some of the most expansive and expressive Australian prog-rock bands of the past two decades, Floating Me provide a...

Posted 24 Aug 2011 @ 1:43pm

We've been waiting for countless hours... and the wait is finally over!


New York's Bridge & Tunnel are heading down our way for their first ever Australian tour, all in support of their new record Rebuilding Year. This album is their first full-length LP release since their much-loved 2008 release, East/West.
Fortunately for Melbourne, Bridge & Tunnel will...


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