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Posted 10 Apr 2012 @ 9:40am
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After breaking through with her stellar self-titled debut, Kiwi-born pop sensation Ladyhawke has announced details of her return to the stage.

 

Showcasing her well-loved hits as well as new material, Ladyhawke made an impact at Meredith late last year, and is set to do the same this upcoming tour.

 

This will be Ladyhawke's first Australian tour since 2009...

Posted 6 Jan 2012 @ 2:18pm
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We hear about it on the news, read about it in the papers, and now it’s the artists’ turn to discuss the issue of climate change. 

 

This month, ten of Australia’s best artists will take the role of problem solvers in an Australian-first exhibition about climate change. The exhibition will play host to works by John Olsen, Daniel Smith, Deborah Walker, John Forrest, E.L.K., JKB...

Posted 13 Dec 2011 @ 2:23pm
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Close your eyes for one second and an entire decade passes you by - well, that's how it feels, anyway, according to Gareth McGrillen of drum and bass kings Pendulum. In retrospect, it seems one minute the ex-Perth lads were conjuring up drum and bass tracks in their tiny home basement with hopes of attracting a handful of local punters, the next minute they were...

Posted 24 Nov 2011 @ 4:23pm
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Set to drop down in Australia for his debut tour later next week, Lil Wayne has been forced to postpone his solo shows.

 

A statement released has said:

 

"It is with regret that Dainty Group announces that the Australian solo shows for Lil Wayne, which were scheduled for...

Posted 10 Nov 2011 @ 9:45am
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Graham Lee has devoted much of the last 12 years to acting as custodian of his former band's legacy. After the shock of David McComb's untimely death in 1999, just two weeks shy of his 37 thbirthday, Lee juggled his commitments with W.Minc. Records and various sessional gigs to oversee a painstaking effort in remastering The Triffids' classic albums.


 

"I kind of regard...

Posted 2 Nov 2011 @ 10:12am
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Black Lips, the hell-raising rock’n’roll quartet from Atlanta, make their welcome return to Australi this March. 

 

Already announced for Golden Plains and Adelaide Festival, this national tour marks the third by the Lips following their raucous inaugural dates way back in 2007. They have continued to tear apart stages all over the world and their upcoming tour shall be no...

Posted 6 Oct 2011 @ 4:22pm
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After much organisation and deliberation, a date and location has finally been decided for Occupy Melbourne - the international day of protest.

 

It has been decided that the rally will begin at City Square on Saturday October 15, commencing at 10am. Occupy Melbourne is a non-violent protest as a means of sending a message to the financial sector worldwide. This day will be an...

Posted 30 Sep 2011 @ 4:42pm
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Sydney-based indie and dance act New Navy have only just released their first EP Uluwatu, but already they’ve claimed a number-one slot on Triple J Unearthed, shared stages alongside Wolfmother, the Midnight Juggernaughts and The Holidays. 

 

Impressive. But listening to it, it’s easy to see why: a sugar-sweet and stylish mix of sparkly guitars, international influences and...

Posted 15 Sep 2011 @ 9:17am
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People often define their travels by communal experiences, but it’s often the solitary journeys that prove most significant. Frontman Adam Gibson embarked on a three-week journey from the west coast of Australia to the east coast for the writing of The Aerial Maps’ expansive sophomore album, The Sunset Park. “It was actually an incredibly lonely and insular trip,” says Gibson of his solitary...

Posted 26 Aug 2011 @ 9:36am
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Children, steer your eyes away now ‘cause this is strictly 18+. 

 

AtticErratic is getting ready to strip down the bare realities of human ideals of love and sex with this steamy, sexed up piece of new Australian writing and composition by Tom Pitts. Tell Them That it Rained Too Hard is a new Australian play directed by Celeste Cody, exploring the still divisive issues of...

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