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Posted 14 Dec 2012 @ 10:24am
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Pete Murray has announced that he’ll be taking his mellifluous voice around Australia for a national tour of intimate, partly stripped back shows.

 

One of Australia’s most cherished singer/songwriters, Murray has revisited the Blue Sky Blue album on his latest project, The Byron Sessions, with a pre-release just in time for Christmas through iTunes from today. The Byron Sessions...

Posted 3 Aug 2012 @ 12:57pm
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Throughout November, Angus Stone will be touring his solo album Broken Brights nationally, including three Victorian dates.

 

Release just last month, Broken Brights is Stone's second solo album, with his first being back in 2009, Smoking Gun, and released under the guise Lady of the Sunshine.

Posted 1 Mar 2012 @ 11:18am
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Catcall will hit the road this May in support of her current summery single Satellites and to preview songs from her forthcoming debut album The Warmest Place (out May 4 through Ivy League). 

 

Satellites has been praised by blogs the world over and added to rotation on triple j – the national tour is yet another milestone in what has been a tremendous year so far for Catcall.

Posted 13 Feb 2012 @ 11:16am
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After an incredible breakthrough year in 2011, Lanie Lane is pouncing on 2012 and has announced a national headline tour in May.

 

The past 12 months have seen Lane's resume positively swell with a bunch of noteworthy milestones. She's recorded with one Jack White, signed with reputable Sydney label Ivy League, released her debut album, played her first (sold out) national tour...

Posted 16 Dec 2011 @ 3:33pm
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We love our Australian-based producers here at Beat, and Sydneysider and bass music purveyor Dro Carey is no exception. 

 

The 19 year old is certainly someone to keep your eye on – with an impressive six releases to his name this year alone on seriously hot labels including Templar Sound, the Trilogy Tapes and Hum and Buzz, it’s a shame his live performances have, to date,...

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 19 Oct 2011 @ 11:02am
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Already sitting nicely amongst the insanely good Falls Music And Arts Festival lineup, rhythmic UK outfit Metronomy have announce a special one-off Melbourne sideshow.

 

The Australian tour comes after the well-received release of latest LP The English Riveria, which we...

Posted 21 Sep 2011 @ 1:20pm
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After announcing release plans for their Get Loved project last week, Faker is kicking off on their first national tour in three years.

 

Straight off the back of a national tour with UK purveyors of indie pop The Wombats, Faker: Live! will see the band visit metro and regional centres around the country, giving fans an exclusive opportunity to experience the band’s brand new...

Posted 20 Sep 2011 @ 4:09pm
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After lying relatively dormant in Sydney over the course of the past year, hard-rocking outfit Lo! are set to erupt around the nation with the release of their debut record, Look And Behold.

 

The album comes after a slow-burning buildup of accolades, with a string of comparisons to titans of hard rock Mastodon and Baroness coming their way.

Check out the clip for LP cut ...

Posted 16 Sep 2011 @ 1:48pm
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Flight Facilities are certainly taking off! 

 

Fresh off an extensive tour around Europe, the Sydney-based duo just can’t get enough and have just announced a national tour. You probably remember their debut single from 2010, Crave You – a summery, jazz-infused house number that stuck around on the Triple J playlist for quite some time. Since then, they’ve been busy working on...

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