Irish band The Riptide Movement are set to make their first trip down-under in August with a five-date tour.
Earlier in the week Tyler, The Creator tweeted that he had been “banned” from Australia placing the blame on Collective Shout director Coralie Alison, who has sinced faced some vile backlash from Tyler’s fans.
Boutique Sydney music festival OutsideIn has placed the cherry on top of the lineup adding an international act and a final few local names to the 2015 bill.
New Jersey rockers The Gaslight Anthem have announced that after eight years together as a band they are going on an indefinite hiatus.
What’s better than good times.
We’ve already seen Soho, Backroom and Trademark close since the introduction of the Sydney lockout laws and now we can add Hugos Lounge to that list.
The man with the soaring voice Adam Lambert has announced he’s set to play a few shows in Australia at the beginning of 2016.
Earlier this month, FOX News anchor Geraldo Rivera said rappers like Kendrick Lamar have “done more damage to young African-Americans than racism”, but Cleveland State University students protesting against police brutality don’t agree, and have chanted Lamar’s song Alright after an alleged act of such brutality.
Not only has singer-songwriter Macy Gray written a love song about her vibrator, she’s also called it B.
Melbourne indie rapper Ivan Ooze has spoken out against US rapper Azealia Banks, calling her “a cyber bully” who “doesn’t deserve to tour this country” after she voiced her disappointment with both Australian audiences and Splendour In The Grass only days after performing at the festival.
Off the back of her Splendour In The Grass performance, Aussie soul-pop artist Meg Mac has finally dropped her new single Never Be, which is set to get quite a workout during her upcoming national tour.
Toronto hardcore punks Cancer Bats are getting up to no good this September and October, with their Destroy Australian Tour featuring Melbourne rockers High Tension now locked in place.
Australian audiences have had a roller coaster of a week.
Azealia Banks seems to be on some form of mission to start a feud with the entire Commonwealth of Australia.
Melbourne post-punk newcomers Gold Class have released a brand new video for track Life As A Gun, as well as news of their forthcoming debut album and an east coast tour.