Melbourne’s awesome The Go Set released their seventh studio album Rolling Sound last week via FOUR|FOUR Music. They’re now touring the country in support of the releaseand will be arriving at Barwon Club on Saturday October 31 before a headlining set at Northcote Social Club on Tuesday November 3. Get involved.
Although The Bennies are currently tearing up the USA en route to The Fest in Florida, they made sure to let everyone know who they would be playing with upon their return to the country. See them at the Corner Hotel with The Hard Aches, Wet Pensioner and Gladstone on Friday November 20. Tickets are available now.
Clowns have also added some bands to their upcoming Never Enough national tour. They’ll join Mesa Cosa and label mates Batpiss on Monday November 2 (Cup Eve) at Ding Dong Lounge, and Hard-Ons, Ecca Vandal, Horrible People and Stone Valley for an all ages shindig on Cup Day, Tuesday November 3 at The Bendigo Hotel.
In support of their next album, Songs Of Solitude, Dream On Dreamer have announced a headline run for next month. They’ll take on Max Watt’s on Saturday November 21. Tickets are available now from oztix.com.au.
Arizona’s The Maine announced an East Coast only Aussie run this week. It’ll be the first time they’ve been here since the release of their fifth album American Candy earlier this year. You can see them headline the Corner Hotel on Wednesday December 2. Tickets up for grabs now.
Agent Orange have recently been revealed as Bendigo Hotel’s big New Year’s Eve headliner. Tickets are available now, but they’re moving fast so hurry up.
The one and only Sleater-Kinney are coming back to visit as part of Golden Plains X. They announced a headline show at new northside venue The Croxton, which promptly sold out. However, you have a chance to see their second headlining set on Thursday March 10. Don’t sleep on this one.  
Baltimore’s Turnstile are touring Australia for the first time this summer thanks to Resist. Melbourne’s Born Free will join when the band play Northcote Social Club on Wednesday January 20 and Arrow On Swanston on Thursday January 21. Tickets are up for grabs now.
Confession have revealed their last ever Victorian shows will be at UNIFY Gathering. “We are stoked to be included on the lineup for Unify this year as our final Victorian show. The lineup includes bands we’ve shared the stage with for many years and a lot of close friends also working behind the scenes who make the festival happen. It’s also great to wind the band up on another Parkway Drive headlined lineup, the band that’s helped Confession out more than anyone,” said vocalist Michael Crafter. Tickets are still available for the two day boutique camping festival on Saturday January 16 and Sunday January 17.
After touring solo earlier this year in support of her new album, Katie Crutchfield – better known as Waxahatchee –is returning next year with a full band. There are just two shows planned and Howler will host the Melbourne performance on Thursday February 18. Tickets are available now and should move fast.