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Posted 10 Jul 2014 @ 1:42pm

Argentina's Juana Molina has announced she will be returning to Australia this September.

 

She brings with her a new set of tracks from her sixth album, last year's Wed 21. The tour will see Molina play four shows in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Wollongong.
 
Juana Molina's road to music was an remarkable one. After fleeing a military coup in her home of Argentina...

Posted 9 Jun 2014 @ 10:51am

To celebrate the release of his 15th studio album, I Live In My Head A Lot These Days, Jeff Lang will be heading off on a national tour.

 

Throughout his career, the Geelong native has featured at festivals, pubs, clubs and venues right around the world. Now to launch his latest album, he will be playing in every corner of the country on his 20-stop tour.

Posted 12 Mar 2014 @ 5:01pm

If you missed out on scoring tickets to the legendary Bobby Keys and the Suffering Bastards first Melbourne show, fret no more. Due to overwhelming demand, Keys has added on a second and final Melbourne show.

 

Over the course of his distinguished career, the iconic saxophonist has played with the likes of greats such as Joe Cocker, Clapton, Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Rolling Stones...

Posted 27 Feb 2014 @ 10:42am

Former front-man of The Commotions, Lloyd Cole, will be touching Australian shores this June in promotion of his to-be-released album Standards.

 

Inspired by Bob Dylan's Tempest, Standards will see Cole release one of his best albums since his debut 30 years ago with The Commotions. Full of twists and valleys, and bristling with emotive guitar, Standards saw Lloyd gain...

Posted 22 Jan 2014 @ 4:26pm

Legendary saxophonist Bobby Keys and his band The Suffering Bastards have announced that they will hit Melbourne this March.

 

Touring since the age of 15, Texan Bobby Keys has lent his talents to everyone from The Who to Lynyrd Skynrd and will be in the middle of a tour with the Rolling Stones when he plays his own headline shows with The Suffering Bastards. Consisting of a...

Posted 8 Jan 2014 @ 1:34pm

Alt-country powerhouse Lachlan Bryan and the Wildes have revealed a tour in support of their Golden Guitar nominated Alt-Country Album of the Year Black Coffee.

 

Released in September, the album notched up a six week unbroken run in the ARIA charts as well as a #1 debut on the ARIA Hitseekers Chart. Since the release of Ballad of a Young Married Man back in 2009, Bryan and the...

Posted 28 Nov 2013 @ 1:08pm

Cat Power will return to Australia this January for an intimate solo tour.

 

Cat Power AKA Chan Marshall will perform two shows for Sydney Festival and appear as a guest vocalist at Sydney Festival's Big Star's Third, a live orchestrated performance of the classic album. She will also peform in Melbourne, Fremantle, Canberra, Gippsland and Milton.
 
Her ninth record,...

Posted 13 Nov 2013 @ 1:48pm

Dan Waters will showcase his poignant songwriting, ancient voice, and rustic guitar playing at a special show to celebrate the release of his new 7" single Heat of December.

 

 

Taken from his critically acclaimed debut album La Vita E' Bella, the single is exemplary of the American songwriter's penchant for wryly humorous and often moving Americana.

Posted 8 Nov 2013 @ 3:40pm

“My influences played into it,” says Old Man Luedecke. “I've listened to a lot of 'mountain music', for want of a better word.” I'm speaking to Luedecke on the eve of his Australian tour, as he explains how he came to write his latest album, the bluegrass-inspired Tender Is The Night. “It underlines the influences of a lot of the songs I write in a way that hasn't been done before.”

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Posted 4 Nov 2013 @ 2:20pm

Ten bands everyone should know about:

Sarah Humphreys, Mike McCarthy, Formidable Vegetable Sound System, The Frames, Lisa Hannigan, Lucie Thorne, Sia, Kooii, Iron and Wine and of course, Formidable Vegetable Sound System.

 

Nine food items that you need to make a kickarse dinner party:

Coconut Oil, cacao, honey, avocado, nuts, sweet potato, tahina, lemon and organic...

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