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Posted 30 Jan 2012 @ 8:49am
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Owned by James Holden and run with the intent of pushing into the mainstream the best of leftfield, experimental electronica, Border Community is a haven for those of us who appreciate forward-thinking sounds, seeking shelter from the cliched and boring. 

 

Australians will finally have a chance to catch some of Border Community’s rising stars for a night, and the trio that have...

Posted 25 Jan 2012 @ 2:16pm
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A play inspired by Noah's Ark, Little Ones Theatre presents TWO BY TWO, a gusty and evocative play at fortyfivedownstairs this February. 

 

Set in a future Melbourne of mass flooding, TWO BY TWO follows a couple and a sick woman who have been denied access to the ark. Following their final hours, a baby is found floating in the water by the trio. Weaving political and the...

Posted 6 Dec 2011 @ 1:29pm
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Ah, Melbourne. We love you. And then you go and have an annual Music Week in November, and we love you just that little bit more.

 

For a select period of time throughout November, Melbourne Music Week took over a significant part of our city, our airwaves, our television sets and, for some, even our lives. As part of...

Posted 24 Nov 2011 @ 9:34am
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Following on from her announcement on the absolutely incredible 2012 Sugar Mountain Festival bill, beautifully affecting soundsmith Julianna Barwick has announced a peripheral Melbourne headline...

Posted 8 Sep 2011 @ 8:51am
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Having well established their place in the Melbourne music scene, Redcoats have been jetting all around the country to provide their fierce live set to revellers across Australia. 

 

Having supported big names like Stone Temple Pilots and Papa vs Pretty, the band are currently on tour with Calling All Cars. With tracks from their EP Dreamshaker and Kay Trucker on high rotation at...

Posted 18 Aug 2011 @ 9:29am
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A surprisingly decent effort from Noel, free of his ludicrous brother and set to release a solo album in October. Sloping and simple, with a bombastic chorus, The Death of You And Me features a super charming interlude of New Orleans brass, which gives the song a happy, drunken stagger. It picks you up and like a drunken football team and bounces you around on its shoulders.

Posted 5 Aug 2011 @ 11:07am
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Alpine are without a doubt one of the hottest musical properties in Melbourne right now, with the release of debut EP Zurich resulting in sell-out launches across the country. Now the band are set to reward their many fans with a free show at The Espy.

 

Fresh from a stellar main stage slot at this year's Splendour In The Grass, Alpine seem set on continuing their rapid rise into...

Posted 26 Jul 2011 @ 2:12pm
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Following a successful run of intimate shows for the June launch of Hurtsville, Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders have announced a national tour with special guest Ghoul.

 

The haunting Hurtsville (check out our review) has enjoyed a solid critical response since its release midway...

Posted 6 Jul 2011 @ 11:09am
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Garage-pop champions Loon Lake have announced their first ever national headline tour.

 

Hot on the heels of their sell-out EP launch at Ding Dong, as well as a choice support slot for Red Riders' farewell tour, Loon Lake set out to bring their doggy-adorned EP Not Just Friends around the country this August.

With their infectious breakthrough hit In The Summer still...

Posted 26 May 2011 @ 11:15am
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It's not Soundgarden, but it's something?

 

Chris Cornell his bringing his Songbook tour to Australia in October this year after selling out across the USA.

 

If you've ever wanted to see Cornell wailing softly behind an acoustic guitar, now is the time. Songbook sees Cornell performing alone on stage, doing renditions of songs from his long and illustrious career,...

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