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Posted 28 Oct 2013 @ 11:07am

The Julie Ruin will be hitting Australian shores for the first time this January.


Since their conception in 2010, The Julie Ruin has garnered attention for their whip-smart wit and raw punk. On their tour to Australian next year, the band will entertain newcomers and long-time fans with their fierce expression and feminism.
The Julie Ruin was created by Riot Grrrl...

Posted 5 Jun 2013 @ 2:34pm

This September Swervedriver will descend on Australian shores in what will be a worldwide premiere performance of their iconic album Raise.


Released in 1991, Raise was Swervedriver's debut album, and featured the game-changing tracks Son of a Mustang Ford and Sandblasted, and was described by The New York Times described the record as “triumphal riffs and shimmering...

Posted 12 Mar 2013 @ 4:56pm

After spending the past year venturing into the solo realm with Expecting Company?, Henry Wagons will return to reassemble his band in 2013 for a taste of their first album since 2011.


Due out at the end of 2013, the album will be previewed with a headline Melbourne show this June. Get in quick for tickets, as the show will surely sell out.

Posted 25 Jan 2013 @ 4:21pm

Following on from today’s other Sidewave announcement, British metal boys Sylosis will join American death metal crew Six Feet Under for a Soundwave sideshow.


Fresh off their new record Monolith, metal quartet from Reading, Sylosis have been...

Posted 21 Jan 2013 @ 11:42am

“Shaky feet but solid ground / Everyone’s on Valium and there’s no one around” was an anthemic line for my 2012. Loon Lake’s single Cherry Lipsinvited listeners into their lazily hip-shot world of guitars, jeans, bare feet, simple drums and telling dumb stories while sitting astride the twisted branch of a tea tree. That last bit is because the five-piece are skilled at taking your hand and...

Posted 24 Dec 2012 @ 12:19pm

"I'm not some 20-something year-old Taylor Swift or Beyoncé, imitating a sound. I'm not doing a version of soul music, because I am soul." Sharon Lafaye Jones has undeniable style and swagger, and is completely unafraid to call out today's trending stars for their temporality. The frontwoman of Brooklyn's Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings has seen a lot of styles come and go, and she's...

Posted 8 Nov 2012 @ 3:07pm

At last year’s awesome Queenscliff Music Festival, The Red Eyes proved to be a magnetic presence as the dubtastic behemoth wowed an ever-expanding afternoon audience of revellers with their awe-inspiring reggae grooves. Building from a laid-back vibe, they tactically raised the intensity as the tent became more populated and they worked the audience with an expertise gained from years of live...

Posted 1 Nov 2012 @ 9:26am

Captivating Canuck duo Purity Ring have announced  a headline Melbourne show alongside their appearance at the incredible Golden Plains Lucky Seven.


Breaking through with the assured debut Shrines, Purity Ring commanded attention with their incredible blend of modern pop and trap...

Posted 17 Oct 2012 @ 12:15pm

After announcing their welcome return to Australia as part of Peats Ridge, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings have locked in a Melbourne show.


Establishing themselves at the forefront of the nascent soul revival, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings have deservedly earned a reputation as one of the most electrifying live acts on the planet right now.


Don't miss your...

Posted 4 Oct 2012 @ 10:44pm

Jeff Parker is relaxing at his Chicago home, hanging out with his kids after a day spent museum-hopping. It takes awhile to get the guitarist for avant-garde act Tortoise to discuss his band, after touching on Chicago’s museum and culinary history. You can understand why Parker wouldn’t want to dive into a lengthy discussion about Tortoise; their camp has been relatively quiet as of late. They...


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