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Posted 28 Nov 2013 @ 1:09pm

UK indie-rockers, Bastille have announced that they will be returning to Australia in 2014.


The band played two shows, in Melbourne and Sydney, this August that sold out in less than 24 hours. Now they are returning for arena shows in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth.
Their debut album, Bad Blood, was released in the UK in March and went straight to the top...

Posted 1 Aug 2013 @ 4:18pm

T.I. and Akon will be hitting the same stage in a huge night of music at Planetroc's inaugural Episode One event this October.


It's the first time that T.I. will grace Australian fans with his presence. T.I. aka T.I.P. aka The Rubberband Man established himself as one of raps most successful MCs in the early 2000s. He has released eight studio albums which have included...

Posted 24 Jun 2013 @ 10:08am

UK icons The Cult will hit Melbourne this October.


Born out of the ashes of the UK post-punk scene, The Cult are one of the most influential bands of the late 20th century.


In 1987, The Cult released Electric, an album of stylistic change that aimed the band straight at the heart of the rock market. Their 2013 Australian tour will see them perform this now...

Posted 19 Jun 2013 @ 10:33am

It’s early on a midweek morning, Cardiff time, and Nicky Wire’s voice crackles down the line from his home just outside the Welsh capital. Over the years, Manic Street Preachers’ success has taken their bassist, lyricist and chief mouthpiece Wire all around the world – from Thatcher’s Britain to communist Cuba – and yet he’s never really desired to depart the working-class surrounds of his...

Posted 18 Jun 2013 @ 4:30pm

Proving to be the hottest ticket in town, Frank Ocean sold out his Melbourne headline Splendour appearance in mere seconds. But fear not, a second date has just been announced.


Taking the world by storm with his breakthrough record Channel Orange, Ocean has gone on to become one of the most in-demand acts on the planet.


With Frank Ocean live shows proving to be...

Posted 7 Jun 2013 @ 3:46pm

Get ready to feel the force as Virginian metal crew Lamb of God are set to tour Down Under.


Lamb of God will be playing tracks from their last album, Resolution, and to make things sweeter, they’ll also be joined by tech-metal giants Meshuggah. Pretty fucking impressive.

Posted 7 Jun 2013 @ 2:23pm

Fresh from their brutal appearance at Soundwave, Bring Me The Horizon have announced their return later this year.


Bring Me The Horizon will be joined by recent Kerrang Award nominees Of Mice & Men, whose latest album The Flood has received much acclaim. Also coming to the party are Japan’s Crossfaith, who have a new album Catalyzec oming out in August.

Posted 5 Jun 2013 @ 11:54am

Gwil Sainsbury pauses thoughtfully to consider the question. We’ve only got 20 minutes for this interview, but nothing is going to prevent Sainsbury from due prudence to every topic we discuss. At first, it strikes me simply as affable English charm. Yet with every pensive pause, Sainsbury defines the constant struggle of Alt-J: how to proceed carefully in an industry that demands more of the...

Posted 17 May 2013 @ 3:49pm

After tearing Soundwave apart in 2012, Floridian pop mosh crew A Day To Remember have announced their return to Australia.


Armed with their brand new album, Common Courtesy, along with shit-hot new single Violence (Enough is Enough), A Day To Remember are pop infused metalcore at its finest. Joined by a brilliant support team in The Devil Wears Prada and Dream On Dreamer, if...


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