What a bill.
The Cat Empire
“Maximum punishment, rehab is minimal, treat them like that you just make them better criminals.”
In honour of a brand new summer concert series!
With added Harts, Ocean Alley & Sahara Beck.
Featuring more artists than ever before!
A stripped-back take on a ‘Paper Doors’ album cut.
Another day, another new Aussie festival.
You gon’ get some, funk.
Extra shows for those who missed out in Sydney and Melbourne, plus more.
Alt-J, Muse, Roisin Murphy and more.
Once again, The Cat Empire have delivered an album of festival bangers set to raise the roof. Sassy, soulful, reflective – Rising With The Sun packs a serious punch. Opener, Wolves, released in March last year and placing at number 79 in Triple J’s Hottest 100 (their 11th song in the countdown for the
Prepare yourself for a legitimate hoedown.
Touring this month!
The Cat Empire are gifting WA with three outdoor shows.
Adelaide’s 20th annual WOMADelaide festival has announced its first round lineup for 2016. Over 20 artists will partake in next year’s world music bonanza, including The Cat Empire, Violent Femmes, Marlon Williams, Songhoy Blues, 47SOUL, Ladysmith Black Mambazo and stacks more. There’ll also be an exclusive performance from Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Angélique Kidjo, who’s teaming
The annual four-day artistic gumbo that is the Mullum Music Festival has lifted the skirt on its 2015 festivities, revealing a bill of over 80 national and international acts from the music world and beyond. This year’s event will be headlined by Canadian troubadour Ron Sexsmith, with performances by an eclectic array of international acts,
A group of prominent Australian musicians have strengthened their forces again, joining forced for a compilation album to show their support for marriage equality. The release is called #SayYesToLove Volume 1, and all its proceeds will go towards the Australian Marriage Equality Campaign. Songs have been donated by big Australian names including Jimmy Barnes, John
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The Jezabels and The Cat Empire lead an impressive inaugural lineup for North Sydney’s new open-air music shindig, Party In The Park. The one-day event, set to take place at North Sydney Oval on Saturday, 14th March 2015, will also feature sets from Melbourne band The Paper Kites, folk outfit Husky and Sydney three-piece Sons