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The Foundry’s huge birthday bash is going down tomorrow, Thursday 18th August!
Big Scary, DMA’s, The Living End, Ball Park Music, Tkay Maidza and many more.
The Sydney trio will play 11 venues around Australia
Hermitude, Little May, Gang Of Youths and more have been nominated for the 2015 FBi SMAC awards.
The man behind City And Colour, Dallas Green, is in the country for a whirlwind visit right now and has delighted fans with the news that he’ll be back next year for an extensive tour accompanying his Bluesfest 2016 appearance. Following on from the festival performance, City and Colour will play an intimate show at
Aaron Dessner can’t really do much wrong. Chief music writer for The National (yes, that means THOSE HORN SECTIONS), he’s taken on a second life as a producer, working on records like Mumford and Sons’ Wilder Mind and Local Natives’ Hummingbird. His knack for making records sound full and unleashing their full potential is second
Along with this morning’s Falls Festival 2014 lineup announcement, the official first lineup for Western Australia’s Southbound 2016 has now been unveiled, with big-name acts such as Disclosure, Bloc Party, Foals, Courtney Barnett, Gary Clark Jr and even ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic. Elsewhere on the lineup you’ll find Halsey, Django Django, Kurt Vile And The Violators,
It’s here — Falls Festival has made its first lineup for its 2015/2016 shenanigans, and has dropped big names like Bloc Party, Foals, Disclosure, Courtney Barnett and Gary Clark Jr. Other esteemed international acts on Falls’ first lineup announcement include Halsey, Django Django, Kurt Vile And The Violators, Mac DeMarco, Young Fathers
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After dropping the first single Home off their highly-anticipated debut LP last month, Sydney folk-pop trio Little May have today finally announced the album proper, revealing it will be titled For The Company and will be out October 9! Produced by Aaron Brooking Dessner (The National), the 11-track LP was recorded in both a converted
Earth-conquering Sydney folksters Little May have returned to the airwaves with a brand new single, Home, off their highly-anticipated debut album. Produced and recorded by Aaron Brooking Dessner (The National), Home represents the first taste of what fans can expect from their forthcoming full-length, which is due out later this year. Along with the release
Australia leads the world in the export of at least three things – coal, live cattle, and shit hot indie musicians. Proving the latter fact, a handful of Aussie acts have just been added to a pair of the world’s biggest music festivals, Bonnaroo and Festival d’été de Québec. The juggernaut lineup for Bonnaroo 2015
A pile of over 70 acts has been added to the UK’s Reading and Leeds Festival lineups, including three Aussie groups, who have now locked in their August festival slots. Reading and Leeds organisers have added London rockers The Libertines to the top of the bill, joining metal heroes Metallica, and Mumford & Sons as
Sydney three-piece Little May have kicked off our Friday morning with a prelude to Valentine’s Day by taking on a cover of a national classic, performing a rendition of Icehouse’s ode to Australia Great Southern Land for triple j’s Like A Version. The Sydney trio provided their beautiful harmonies to the loved Australian song by
The Great Escape – the UK festival which prides itself on supporting exciting new artists – will be graced by a strong Aussie contingent in 2015, thanks in part to the efforts of the Australian music development initiative Sounds Australia. A variety of Australian talent will spend a day at the British seaside for the
Sydney indie festival Secret Garden has revealed another huge lineup, jam packed with over 60 international and Australian artists. Among the overseas guests are Parquet Courts, Sharon Van Etten and Lake Street Dive, while the likes of Remi, The Griswolds, Client Liaison, Velociraptor, Steve Smyth, Gang Of Youths, Willow Beats and Little May are among
This Australia Day public holiday The Rocks precinct in Sydney will be transformed into a live music hub featuring free performances from some of Australia’s best bands and entertainers including Thelma Plum, Saskwatch and Dustin Tebbutt. From midday to early evening on Monday 26th January the precinct will come alive with live performances and events.
Little May have had a pretty grand 2014, and the new live video for their fragile and stirring track Bones could be the icing on the cake. The clip sees Little May expertly laying down Bones, taken from the band’s 2014 self-titled EP in storied Sydney recording space, Studios 301. The clip helps capture the
Former Powderfinger frontman Bernard Fanning‘s New Year’s resolution must be to play more Australian gigs because that’s precisely what Bernie is doing in January 2015. With the help of his backing band, and opening act Little May, Fanning is ready to hit the road once again. Fanning’s 2015 Australian tour will begin in his hometown