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Posted 6 May 2013 @ 9:44am
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New York duo Ms Mr are set to perform in Melbourne this July as part of their visit here for Splendour.

 

This will be the second Australian tour in 2013 for the beloved Ms Mr, having previously performed at Laneway in February. Following the release of the acclaimed Candy Bar Creep Show EP in 2012, the duo will release debut LP Secondhand Rapture later this month. Fans should...

Posted 1 Oct 2012 @ 2:16pm
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After flooring audiences earlier in 2012, Beach House are returning to hit Falls Music And Arts Festival at the end of the year. 

 

Riding high after releasing one of the standout records of 2012 in Bloom, Beach House will no doubt shine when they return to Australian stages, including a freshly announced run of sideshows. 

Posted 18 Sep 2012 @ 10:23am
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Hardcore punk revivalists OFF! will bring their intense live show to The Corner alongside their appearance at the 2013 Big Day Out.

 

Made up of revered punks Keith Morris (Black Flag/Circle Jerks), Dimitri Coats (Burning Brides), Steven McDonald (Redd Kross), and Mario Rubalcaba (Earthless/Hot Snakes/Rocket From the Crypt), OFF! have gained a fervent following since their...

Posted 18 Sep 2012 @ 8:59am
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The Bloody Beetroots is Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo: the masked Italian who’s capable of synergising sonics and sensibilities from The Damned to Debussy, the anthemic wistfulness of new wave and primal screams of hardcore punk.

 

The Bloody Beetroots will be premiering their new live show at Big Day Out 2013 including latest single Rocksteady. Get prepared for an in-...

Posted 18 Sep 2012 @ 8:59am
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South Carolina’s Band Of Horses are back with their high-lonesome harmonies and new album Mirage Rock. Produced by Glyn Johns (The Rolling Stones, The Who), Mirage Rock is arguably the band's most cohesive and accomplished set of compositions and performances to date. Now you can adjust your eyes to Mirage Rock in the live setting with the band announcing a headline show.

 

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Posted 18 Sep 2012 @ 9:24am
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Brooklyn duo Sleigh Bells are visiting Australian shores for Big Day Out, but the fun doesn't stop there.

 

They'll also be playing a very special I OH YOU party in Melbourne to showcase their experimental and frenzied tracks. Don't miss buzz artists when they tear shit up at Billboard.

 

Joining Sleigh Bells will...

Posted 18 Sep 2012 @ 8:59am
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One of the most buzzed-about new bands in the world – Alabama Shakes – are gracing our shores for the first time.

 

Fronted by Brittany Howard, whose soul-drenched howl falls somewhere between Howlin’ Wolf and Janis Joplin, Alabama Shakes have had a meteoric rise to the top.

 

Known for their electrifying live show...

Posted 18 Sep 2012 @ 8:59am
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Heading our way for the Big Day Out, third millennium psychedelic heroes and recent Beat cover stars Animal Collective have announced a Melbourne sideshow.

 

 The enigmatic quartet have taught us to expect the unexpected across ten albums and more than ten years. Bursting with textures – radio snippets, advertising samples, broadcast static – and with a newfound...

Posted 18 Sep 2012 @ 9:03am
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The Big Day Out sideshows start rolling in! With their roll call of anthems The Killers are renowned for their epic stadium shows but, after a two year hiatus and a new album in Battle Born, the band are offering Australian audiences a unique live experience.

 

Fans can open up their eager eyes as the Las Vegas high rollers play an intimate gig outside of their Big Day Out 2013 ...

Posted 22 May 2012 @ 12:33pm
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There’s a fine line between a good gig and a true performance, and it’s a craft the Kaiser Chiefs have mastered over the years. Tonight’s visit to a surprisingly modest turnout at The Palace showed the band ticking all the boxes – delivering enough false endings, climbing crescendos and sing-along choruses to satisfy a spoilt six-year-old’s attention span.

 

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