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Posted 16 Dec 2013 @ 1:05pm
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The Australian Ballet will return in 2014 with Telstra Ballet in the Bowl.

 

To celebrate their 30 year partnership with Telstra, The Australian Ballet will kick of it's 2014 Melbourne season with the return of Telstra Ballet in the Bowl. With a mixed bill of ballet favourites, the performance will give audiences the chance to see some of Australia's most loved dancers and the...

Posted 16 Dec 2013 @ 1:25pm
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Luca Brasi have announced they will be releasing a new album and touring the country next March.

 

The Tasmanian punk-rock quartet will be releasing their second album, By A Thread in March next year. The release follows up their 2011 debut, Extended Family. In the two years between, the band put out a 7", scored a spot on the 2012 Falls Festival, toured Australia relentlessly on...

Posted 11 Dec 2013 @ 3:22pm
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In celebration of the anniversary of the Apology to Australia's Stolen Generations, the Healing Foundation has announced that it will present the 6th incarnation of the Apology Concert.

 

The free concert will feature a stellar lineup, with performances from Christine Anu, Archie Roach, Frank Yamma, Jimblah, Thelma Plum, Kurcha Edwards, Tim Rogers, Clare Bowditch, Horror Show and...

Posted 23 Apr 2013 @ 12:18pm
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Around a decade managed to pass between Aerosmith’s previous release this century, Honkin’ On Bobo, and their latest studio album Music From Another Dimension! You can safely assume that Aerosmith are still writing and recording music out of sheer love and not just to pay the bills. While the band will rise to the expectation of flicking through their back catalogue, this is no reunion tour....

Posted 4 Apr 2013 @ 4:32pm
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Iggy Azalea has just been added to the bill of Movement bill.

 

Azalea will be performing in lieu of Angel Haze who has dropped out due to recording commitments. Since her beginnings in rural Australia Iggy Azalea has built a career that has seen her sell out shows across Europe and the United States.

Posted 15 Mar 2013 @ 12:41pm
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Australian hip hop is, in 2013, better placed than ever. Moving forward in leaps and bounds names like Bliss N Eso have legitimised the genre locally and made the industry count. No doubt, artists, producers and MCs alike are doing things for the scene that have never been done before. Albums are being delivered thick and fast, and their music is brimming with brilliant and focused material....

Posted 5 Mar 2013 @ 1:02pm
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More than anything else, I was scared. First of all, one third of Blink-182 wasn’t even going to show. Travis Barker hasn’t managed to get over his fear of flying after surviving a plane crash in 2008 (who can blame him?) but it was a shame. Sure, he was being replaced by Brooks Wackerman (Bad Religion, Tenacious D) who is a beast in his own right, but Blink-182 without that sweaty, human...

Posted 23 Jan 2013 @ 10:31am
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Australia is a massive fan of heartthrob crooner Chris Isaak, and with the announcement of a huge national tour, it appears the feeling is reciprocated.

 

Already announced for the massive 2013 Bluesfest, Isaak will head south for a Melbourne stopover at Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

 

Joining him on the night will be support act Kasey Chambers.

Posted 22 Jan 2013 @ 1:42pm
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Nostalgia is a funny thing. It’s also an insanely marketable thing. Admittedly, my teenage musical awakening took place well after Weezer’s canonised ‘great’ first two records. I faintly remember the Spike Jonze-directed clip for Island In The Sun on early morning telly. My first gateway into the band was 2008’s Pork And Beans. But I quickly discovered the brilliance of the band’s self-titled...

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