10 of the best from one of Australia’s most enduring indie rock acts.
Hitting places they missed on the first run of the tour.
“It’s like the audience is sitting in on a stripped back rehearsal in our studio space… intimate and homespun.”
“One of my all time favourite records.”
A tasty new music festival is coming.
Now this is a lineup
The 2015 Queenscliff Music Festival lineup has expanded, with the addition of 10 more acts. The second lineup announcement for the 19th annual event sees Augie March, L-Fresh the Lion. and The Snowdroppers join the fray, alongside hard-hitting Hammond Organ Trio Cookin’ on 3 Burners, who will be performing with special guest frontman Tex Perkins.
Aussie artists Megan Washington, Josh Pyke, Rob Hirst of Midnight Oil, Glenn Richards of Augie March, and Julian Hamilton of The Presets are set to perform at Music For Mercy, a Sydney concert and candlelit vigil conceived by Australian artist Ben Quilty, set to take place on Thursday, 29th January in support of convicted Bali
The huge Easter festival expands further!
Following announcements of special concert hall shows in Sydney and Melbourne next year, reformed Australian rockers Augie March have announced a complete 2015 national tour to take place in some of the country’s finest performances spaces. In addition to their previously announced Sydney Opera House and Melbourne Recital Centre shows, Augie March will also play
Following yesterday’s announcement of their imminent Sydney Opera House debut, Augie March have today announced a special concert to take place within the grandeur of the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall at Melbourne’s Recital Centre. The Recital Centre has garnered a reputation as one of the most prestigious acoustic spaces in the country and Augie March will
Augie March will make their Sydney Opera House debut on Australia Day eve, backed by an expanded ensemble and their fifth studio album, Havens Dumb. The group’s one-off performance will follow a number of comeback shows earlier in the year, which saw the band return from a five-year hiatus. One of the country’s most revered
The very first nominees up for the inaugural Double J Artist of the Year prize at the 2014 J Awards has been announced, with the broadcaster singling out works by reunited Melbourne rockers Augie March, Brisbane-bred singer Kate Miller-Heidke, NSW musician Steve Smyth, Sydney singer-songwriter Caitlin Park, roots-rocker Mia Dyson and Brisbane indie darlings Blank
The 10th Coopers Australian Music Prize (AMP) longlist continues to grow, brimming with local talent. Joining already announced longlisters Briggs, Chet Faker, and DZ Deathrays are Augie March, John Butler Trio, and Bored Nothing, among others. Artists nominated for the Coopers AMP are in the running for a $30,000 payout, thanks to PPCA. Every original
Melbourne rockers Augie March have announced the five artists who will open for the band on their string of five hometown reunion shows, set to take place at Melbourne’s Howler this October and November. Playing alongside Augie March on the first sold out show will be fellow Melbourne artist Oliver Mann. On the second night,
Having announced their triumphant return earlier this year, Augie March have unveiled their new music video for A Dog Starved, a track taken from their long-awaited fifth studio album, Havens Dumb. The clip, directed by Rachael Jane, gives fans an inside look into the Melbourne five-piece’s recording process. The band announced their return after a
The lineup for MONA FOMA 2015, next year’s instalment of the Museum of Old and New Art’s Festival of Music and Art, is set to drop in late October, but organisers have decided to kick things off with a special “sideshow” just to get everyone buzzing. Violent Femmes, Augie March, and Ben Salter will play
Seasoned purveyors of Australiana-tinged folk rock Augie March will soon complete their long-awaited comeback with the release of their fifth studio album, Havens Dumb. It was five long years of inactivity before the release of the record’s lead single, After The Crack Up. This from a band who once lit up the country with their
Due to popular demand, Melbourne rockers Augie March have added their fourth, fifth (and final) shows to their “first show back” performances at Melbourne’s Howler this October. The band announced the first set of dates in the last month, and have also confirmed the forthcoming release of a fifth studio album. The band have been
Acclaimed Melbourne indie rockers Augie March have announced they have finished their long awaited fifth studio album and are closing out a five year hiatus with the release of Havens Dumb this October 3rd. In celebration, the band have unveiled another new song from the forthcoming record, Definitive History. According to the band, they collectively