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Posted 26 Sep 2012 @ 8:34am

Hawthorne Heights are returning to Australia to celebrate the second release in their EP trilogy Hope.


The band has been hard at work since their last visit to Australia in 2006, releasing Fragile Future in mid-2008 and their 4th studio album Skeletons in 2010. Hope is the second in a 3-set of EPs the band is releasing on their own record label Cardboard Empire.

Posted 25 Sep 2012 @ 11:02am

Fresh from soundtracking the 2012 London Olympics, bombastic UK rockers Muse are gearing up to unleash their new LP The 2nd Law this Friday. Ahead of the album's launch, we spoke with the band to get the scoop on when we can expect to see the band in Melbourne for their 2013 Australian tour.


Speaking to Beat, drummer Dominic Howard revealed when we can expect the 2nd Law Tour...

Posted 11 Jul 2012 @ 3:38pm

If there’s anything the Russians can do well, besides chowing down on vodka, it’s ballet. 


They’re heading to Australia soon and, with them, they’re bringing performances of two of the most cherished classical ballets of all time, Swan Lake andSleeping Beauty. Having made their mark worldwide, with everywhere from the States to China to Spain, and everywhere in between, it’s...

Posted 1 Jun 2012 @ 2:15pm

Sydney songwriter Jonathan Boulet has announced a set of national dates not only to support his new single This Song Is Called Ragged but to also welcome the release of his new album We Keep The Beat, Found The Sound, See The Need, Start The Heart.


Fresh from an appearance at Sydney's Vivid Live, Boulet will be playing seven dates around the country and will be giving...

Posted 13 May 2012 @ 7:41pm

Keen-eyed fans of Swedish electro-pop goddess Robyn, or those beyond addicted to social media, may have caught wind of something very exciting in the works a couple of days ago.


With a resume that boasts impressive accolates such as works with everyone from The Knife, Royksopp, Snoop Dogg and more, a recent tour with Katy Perry, nominations for the Grammy Awards and more hit...

Posted 30 Apr 2012 @ 9:17am


The name literally means ‘God’. They are not yet so deified but are they bigger than Jesus? In Belgium at least they could well be. They are the biggest band in the land. So big in fact, that other pretenders to the throne such as Dead Man Ray or Zita Swoon feature past or present members of dEUS. On the eve of their first Australian tour, Keep You...

Posted 19 Apr 2012 @ 10:58am


If you thought The Black Keys and Radiohead tours were announced a long way ahead of their dates, wait until you get a load of this bullshit. Labelled by Brian Jonestown Massacre frontman Anton Newcombe (in a yet-to-be-published interview) "Simon Cowell's sex robots", One Direction have announced an Australian tour - for September 2013.


The "band" were recently in...

Posted 10 Apr 2012 @ 9:40am


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 27 Mar 2012 @ 11:41am


Few in the 2000s rocked harder than The Darkness. Breaking through with the fucken awesome debut Permission To Land, the band endured many bust-ups, a revolving door member policy, and a terminal case of sophomore album syndrome before combusting in a veritable snowstorm. Now in 2012, the classic lineup is back, better than ever. Fuck. Yes.


With follow-up LP One Way...

Posted 7 Mar 2012 @ 2:47pm

Oscar Mulero's enduring presence in the world of techno is a testament to his continued relevance as a passionate collector of timeless techno classics with a finger on the pulse of electronic music - from the end of the eighties all the way up to today.


No stranger to the endless crowds of Sonar and Movement, last year saw him release his debut full-length album Grey Fades to...


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