They’re in the running for a cool $30K prize.
“If you’ve ever found yourself questioning whether Garbage as a collective still have it… They do.”
This is it!
It just keeps getting bigger
First batch of artists for the 2016 festival.
And she rocks the hell out of it
Liam Gallagher’s fave new band are hitting the road.
Even more great acts
Tasmania’s A Festival Called Panama has unveiled the first round of artist announcements for its 2016 event. The third instalment of the annual forrest festival will see a carefully selected lineup of rising stars and celebrated cult figures from around the country – and the world – take the stage, led by Nigerian afrobeat pioneers
A brand-new Americana-themed festival called Dashville Skyline will hit New South Wales’ Hunter Valley this October long weekend, and today the event has made its first artist lineup announcement. The first-ever Dashville Skyline will feature performances from Canadian songwriter Afie Jurvanen, aka Bahamas, Australian alt-country band Wagons (pictured), Sydney four-piece All Our Exes Live in
Following the announcement of their second studio album, Yuck, Melbourne indie act Alpine have shared the news that they’ll be hitting the road this June on a national tour in support of the album’s lead single Foolish. Perhaps as a test for their upcoming Splendour set, Alpine will be tearing up and down the country
Perth-born singer-songwriter Felicity Groom is ready to take her latest studio album, Hungry Sky, out on the road this April. What’s more, the album’s latest single, Oh Jesus, now has a gorgeous music video, which is getting its premiere right here on Music Feeds. Produced by Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker and recorded in Groom’s
Secret Garden is all set to bring something a little green and a little quirky back to the fringes of Sydney in 2014, with The Rubens, Papa Vs Pretty and The Trouble with Templeton heading up the boutique festival favourite’s first lineup announcement of the bands and DJs set to rock your world come February.
Josh Pyke’s second show of his new album tour, and the first of three sold-out gigs, was nothing short of rock-solid. His latest mesmerising offering, long-awaited fourth LP The Beginning and the End of Everything, was soaked in, lyric by lyric, by appreciative and adoring fans at The Corner Hotel in Melbourne on Saturday. Opening