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Melbourne Music Week (MMW) has revealed its full program for 2015, adding the likes of Aussie rockers DZ Deathrays, the ever-experimental PVT, New Zealand singer-songwriter Liam Finn and local producer Banoffee to its lineup. MMW’s flagship venue, the former Royal Women’s Hospital, is set to host shows from newly-announced acts like Public Opinion Six, Dr.
It’s the video you didn’t know you’ve been waiting for. Perhaps as a method to settle family scores, perhaps merely for exercise – whatever the reason, the best part of your day has arrived, in the form of a video showing music legend Neil Finn and his muso son Liam Finn wrestling each other in
New Zealand-born Australia-based singer-songwriter and son of Australian music royalty, Liam Finn has announced the release of his first full-length studio album in three years, titled The Nihilist. This new 12-track record is slated for an Australian release on Friday, 4th April via Create/Control. Finn has also unveiled the album’s first single, Snug As F-ck,
New Zealand by way of Australia singer-songwriter and son of Australian music nobility, Liam Finn recently dropped by Corona’s La Casa retreat to take up an Artist Residency, during which the former Betchadupa member allowed stir craziness to overcome him while laying down some tracks. “This has been my first time just hanging out on
Walking away from his band Betchadupa back in 2007, releasing his debut solo effort I’ll Be Lightning, Liam Finn has since carved himself out a reputation as an engaging and experimental singer songwriter. Opening up for the likes of Pearl Jam, Wilco and The Black Keys, in the past Finn’s live shows have been exercises
One of the crucial figures in the rebirth of New Zealand as a force in popular music, Liam Finn, will tour Australia later this year in support of his new album FOMO. Finn will play six dates in August, after he has played at this year’s Splendour in the Grass in Queensland. FOMO is out
Hirsute New Zealand troubadour and carrier of all kinds of traditions, Liam Finn, had a fairly quiet 2010 by his standards, barring of course his misguided participation in the woeful Antipodean supergroup project BARB, who released their awful eponymous album last year. Better times are ahead, it seems, and a first listen to what his
Wilco have chosen young Liam Finn to open all their Australian shows starting later this month.