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“I don’t get angry at people for eating peanut butter sandwiches when I don’t like peanut butter. Each to his own.”
The muso reckons “triple j listeners have gone a bit soft”.
Fast approaching its fifth birthday, the Riverboats Music Festival has just released the line-up for 2016’s event with Missy Higgins, You Am I and The Church set to headline. Returning to the banks of the Murray River at Echuca-Moama from Friday 19th of February to Sunday the 21st, this year’s line-up is bigger than ever
Sydney’s Small World Festival has announced an impressive homegrown lineup for 2015, featuring the likes of Aussie rock royalty The Church, face-melting duo DZ Deathrays, sonic innovators PVT and Sydney supergroup Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders. Also named on this year’s Small World lineup are Sydney boys Palms, indie-folk four piece All Our Exes Live
Thanks to the internet you can basically pretend you’re in Barcelona at Primavera Sound this weekend, with many of the sets being streamed. Because, really, leaving the house for anything is so passé. The timezone differences don’t really work in the favour of those that enjoy sleeping, but starting tomorrow morning (Friday) at 2am (AEST)
South by Southwest Music Festival and Conference has announced the first wave of Australian acts for 2015 that will be reppin’ Oz music in Austin, Texas. The initial announcement includes Angus & Julia Stone, Ball Park Music, Bloods, and Courtney Barnett. ’80s mainstays The Church will also be at SXSW 2015, being interviewed as part
Fresh off the BIGSOUND stage, legendary Australian alt rock outfit The Church have announced the impending arrival of their their 25th studio album, Further/Deeper, due out in Australia on Friday, October 17th, and to celebrate the band are hitting the road. Fans keen on pre-ordering Further/Deeper can do so at the band’s official website where
Cut Copy, Tangerine Dream, Allday, The Church and more!
The Mullum Music Festival has unveiled its diverse 2014 lineup, with alt rock legends The Church, Melbourne nine-piece Saskwatch and indie folk darlings Husky leading a line-up of over 80 international and national acts. Held over four days, the Mullum Music Festival will take over the halls, clubs and streets of Iggy Azalea‘s home town,
The ever-expanding live lineup for the country’s leading music industry conference and showcase, Brisbane’s BIGSOUND, continues to grow today with the addition of more than 40 artists, including classic rock band The Church, Sydney/London electronic trio Seekae and Canberra trio Safia. Also performing at the conference in addition to the already announced acts are Voyager,
Not long after announcing a massive live music lineup organisers of the country’s leading music industry conference and showcase, Brisbane’s BIGSOUND, have revealed legendary musician Neil Finn and members of classic rock band The Church are amongst the event’s three dozen speakers. The event takes place over 10th and 11th September, with punters given the
The Church frontman Steve Kilbey has taken to his official Facebook page to announce that his band have begun recording a new album as The Church, and to announce the addition of former Powderfinger guitarist Ian Haug to the band, replacing the unavailable Marty Willson-Piper. “This has been hard to broach,” opens Kilbey. “This is
I guess this is what they mean when they say there’s no money in music anymore. Steve Kilbey, frontman of prolific Australian band The Church, has come out swinging at his band’s US label Second Motion Records for paying the singer/bassist the measly sum of $400 earned from last year’s record sales in The States.
Australia will get an epic tour of 3 classic bands that defined a generation, each with a career spanning back 30 years. Simple Minds joined by Devo and The Church will be doing a run of shows when they join the A Day On The Green Festival later on this year. Simple Minds have alwasy
The Church are without doubt one of the most iconic and individual Australian bands of the last 50 years. Spawning hits such as Under The Milky Way, the band have veered in and out of popular music territory, wandering through a wide spree of styles from psychedelic to new wave, all done with a DIY
Classic Aussie 80’s rock band The Church have announced an Australian Tour dates this December. To celebrate their 30 year anniversary the will play three albums in full from each decade they’ve been together, including the critically acclaimed Untitled #23, Priest=Aura and Starfish. The Church celebrated their 30th Anniversary with a special show entitled A