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
If the 2015 Byron Bay Bluesfest lineup wasn’t already big enough, it’s now even bigger. Organisers have added 14 more acts to the festival, whilst also releasing official timetables so that punters can plan out their itineraries. With Bluesfest only six weeks away, Indigenous Australian artist Frank Yamma has been added to the lineup. His
The Age Music Victoria Genre Awards will return for its annual instalment this year and today organisers have announced the 2014 finalists, who represent the year’s best Victorian music across many diverse categories. This year’s nominees cover all genres from jazz to electronic to best experimental avant-garde and hip hop. Leading the charge in the
They’ve long been considered one of Australia’s great live bands, and after a recent stint playing to North American audiences, swaggering Melbourne sextet Wagons are heading home for a string of headlining shows and a new album, Acid Rain And Sugar Cane. Following the success of frontman Henry Wagons‘ 2013 duets album Expecting Company, this
Today’s Record Roundup presents three acts that, while they sit on disparate ends of the genre map, have each developed reputations as skilled songwriters and steadfastly uncompromising artists: electronic star SBTRKT, New York noisemakers Perfect Pussy, and our own Wagons. Check out all of this week’s new music right here! SBTRKT – Transitions With the
For another year, the banks of the Murray River are to be transformed into a musical oasis spanning three glorious dates. Riverboats Music Festival has locked in mid-February dates for its 2014 and has now also locked in the list of Australian musical talent set to perform at the event. The podium spots have been
Wagons are gearing up to tour Australia on the back of their new album Rumble, Shake and Tumble, out on May 6 through Spunk Records, which features singles I Blew It and Downlow, as well as the long awaited studio recording of live favourite Willie Nelson.
Busy putting the finishing touches on their 5th record, Melbourne’s Wagons are pleased to announce the forthcoming album ‘Rumble, Shake and Tumble’, due to be released on Friday May 6th. Recorded at Electric Dream and produced by Cornel Wilczek (who also helmed Wagons’ acclaimed 2009 album, ‘The Rise And Fall Of Goodtown’), the new album
No one likes to be the bearer of bad news, and it is with great sadness that Spunk has announced the postponement of Those Darlins’ debut Australian shows.
After inviting the Darlins to Australia for the very first time to join them on tour, Wagons and Those Darlins are piling into a bus this May for a string shows along the East Coast of New South Wales and Victoria.
Wagons are now well and truly road-hardened, still covered in blisters from their recent mammoth thirty date tour of their latest album The Rise and Fall of Goodtown.
The Falls Music & Arts Festival returns again to announce more to pack into that summer bun of bite sized delights
Henry Wagons loves his band and loves his breakfast. We catch up with him for some updates on his upcoming musical feast.