Bringing big city shows to regional towns in Australia, triple j’s One Night Stand reached new heights in 2013, with this year’s iteration finding its way to little ol’ Dubbo. Following the roaring success of the event, triple j have announced that the whole shebang will be available as a CD and DVD set as
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Brisbane indie pop rockers Ball Park Music have announced their final run of local dates for 2013 before they hit the studio to work on their new album. The band will play theatres and clubs in all the capital cities in late June and early July as part of their Thank Ewes tour. Expect plenty
Triple j has announced that this year’s One Night Stand will take place in Dubbo. With 2013 marking the 10th anniversary of the free regional concert, One Night Stand will see Flume, The Rubens, Ball Park Music, and Seth Sentry rock the Orana Region of NSW on Saturday, 13th April. One Night Stand is an
Triple j‘s annual rural rock pilgrimage, the One Night Stand, is back for 2013, with the date of the big bash and first four acts announced this afternoon. The event will take place on Saturday, 13th April, with the location to be announced early next week. This year’s One Night Stand once again has a
Australia’s biggest music video force, Channel V, has unveiled its final four in the battle to the 2012 OZ Artist of the Year. After Australian rapper 360 took away last year’s award, how quickly he was eliminated came as a surprise. However, the public have spoken, putting it down to the final four. Due to
Those who failed to buy tickets were sitting in the curb on Saturday night as hometown heroes Ball Park Music greeted a sold-out show at the Tivoli. For what seems to be the hardest-working band in Australia’s music scene at the moment, it was a sure sign of respect from their Brisbane neighbours. There was
Guess it’s that time of the year again, when we look back on the past few months and try to gather our opinions on what our favourite album of the year was. There’s no rush though, you’ve got a solid two months to think about it. However, with the first round of J Award nominees
In a lot of ways, Ball Park Music’s Happiness and Surrounding Suburbs was the ideal debut record. To paraphrase, it was an album that jumped up and down, forever, smashing out six singles with unyielding fervour and neglecting to draw breath for forty minutes. It also delivered what it promised – happiness – across all
Ball Park Music will be touring Australia once again, on the back of their forthcoming new album Museum. The tour will take them back out on the road again to visit several cities and regional locations, including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and other major cities such as Newcastle, Gold Coast, Cairns and Byron Bay.
Australian rockers Ball Park Music have today announced their new album. Titled Museum the album will follow up the band’s debut release Happiness and Surrounding Suburbs. The sophomore album is set for release on 5th October. The band began their 180° Tour earlier this year, which saw the Brisbane five-piece travel across the country, blessing
Groovin the Moo 2012 organisers announce Chiddy Bang will no longer be on the line-up. They have chosen to cancel their Australian commitments to focus on new TV and radio promotional opportunities for their upcoming album in the USA. However, Brisbane funsters Ball Park Music will now be joining the festival, on the back of
Brisbane kids Ball Park Music have announced their most ambitious Australian tour yet – The 180º Degree Tour. After being officially Unearthed by triple j just over a year ago, they’ve become one of Australia’s must see musical outfits. Unleashing their debut LP Happiness and Surrounding Suburbs in September last year, the record plays home
The J Awards is gaining a reputation for earmarking the best talent this country has to offer. In previous years, bands such as Wolfmother, Hilltop Hoods, The Panics, The Presets, Sarah Blasko, Tame Impala have gone on to make a significant impact both domestically and overseas. After the first 3 nominations were announced back in
City Riots are making themselves known little by little. Well that last bit mightn’t be true, it’s been faster than that. They’ve supported The Smashing Pumpkins, played with headline Aussie acts and even been showing their sound off to industry big wigs in the US. All this and more has happened in the space of
The Drive, 28/04/2011 Guineafowl As there are six of us travelling around the country, flying is never really an option. We also tend to enjoy playing our own amps, instruments and equipment so hiring a big van is a must. We decided to drive up to Brisbane a day early, that way we would be
Each year Ben Sherman selects a range of the best emerging artists in Australian independent music to come together over two nights in Sydney & Melbourne for the Big British Sound. This year’s line up features Strange Talk, Ball Park Music, Boy In A Box, Owl Eyes (Melb only) and Step-Panther (Syd only). Each band
Kings Cross Hotel, Sydney 23/04/2011 – Guineafowl So, it’s 3.am on Sunday Morning and I am writing the first entry of our Super Commuter Tour Diary. As we started the tour in our hometown of Sydney we have not yet done much commuting, well aside from the cab ride home from the Venue, at the
Sydney’s Guineafowl are teaming up with Brisbane indie sextet Ball Park Music for a joint tour this April and May that will take in eight shows up the east coast.
My Own Pet Radio is the name given to the bedroom recording project of Sam Cromack, frontman, singer and songwriter for the rapidly emerging indie rock/pop collective Ball Park Music. Having released two EPs and a pair of stand-alone singles with his band in a little over a year, the controlled release of music is
To say that 2009 has been a mighty eventful year for the six kids of Brisbane’s Ball Park Music would be an understatement!