Ocean Alley, The Rubens, Cloud Control and more will be making appearances.
One of the most impressive music lineups the Sunshine Coast has ever seen!
No less than eight support acts will feature throughout the tour
Featuring Boy & Bear with Bernard Fanning + more.
Hermitude’s L Dubs, All Our Exes Live In Texas and more join the MC for an uplifting cover of Meg Mac’s ‘Roll Up Your Sleeves’.
triple j have released a short film, of sorts, detailing a top-secret meeting which took place between Breakfast hosts Matt Okine and Alex Dyson, and 40 notable triple j acts including the likes of Lorde, Skrillex and Diplo, to write “the ultimate triple j Hottest 100 song”. The clip shows the unlikely bunch, which also
The 10th Coopers Australian Music Prize (AMP) longlist is now complete, with the addition of the final six albums to the 65-strong list, including records by the likes of King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Bertie Blackman and Lanie Lane. The other three newly-added longlist albums belong to Sydney four-piece Daily Meds, Melbourne prog-rockers Krakatau
Woodford Folk Festival have announced their New Year’s 2014 lineup and it’s another huge one. Over 400 acts, across 35 performance venues, over six days and nights, with highlights including Violent Femmes, guitar annihilators Sticky Fingers and recent Music Feeds LIVE performers Husky. Lior, Hiatus Kaiyote, Bertie Blackman, Kate Miller-Heidke, The Cairos, Mia Dyson, and
Streaming LIVE after 11am!
Today’s Record Roundup is bringing you a long-awaited solo full-length from the mighty Davey Lane, a change in direction from Bertie Blackman, and the latest chapter in Client Liaison‘s climb up the corporate ladder. The coming months are going to be very good for fans of Australian music. Davey Lane – Atonally Young Aussie rocker
The finalists for this years Vanda And Young Songwriting Competition have now been announced, pitting some of Australia’s music royalty against up and comers, all of whom have excelled in their field this year. The 35-strong list was put together by a panel of 25 judges sifting through a total of 3300 entries. Big names
There’s no disputing that 2012 has been Wally De Backer’s (aka Gotye) year. Topping pretty much every music chart around the world, sweeping the ARIAs for the second year, getting Grammy nominations, and receiving hundreds of millions of YouTube hits is just the tip of the iceberg of what he’s achieved. The only thing that’s
Music Feeds is kicking off your day today by offering you an exclusive peek at the video for Bertie Blackman‘s new single, Mercy Killer.
Due to ongoing commitments recording her fourth album, Bertie Blackman has had to cancel her appearance at the upcoming Pyramid Rock Festival 2011/2012. Bertie says she is very sorry to have to pull out of the festival, but “isn’t ready” to take her new band and songs to the live arena. “I have been putting
Bertie Blackman is a fascinating character. Quirky and enigmatic, she is a creative force masked beneath a darling exterior. Her B-Sides: Secrets and Lies Remixed album is a new take on the well-received Secrets and Lies released last May. A remix album may sound like an interesting idea, but sadly Bertie’s characteristic touch is lost
To be honest I’m not really sure about the whole concept of the Big British Sound show.
Bertie Blackman undeniably is, and has always been, an artist. Her legacy has encouraged her to be nothing but, and for one night this November, she takes us into another area of her fantastic world of creativity with her first ever solo art exhibition.
A couple of weeks ago we announced a brand spanking new one-day event that is heading to Toyota Park
Queenscliff Music Festival has announced its first 2009 Line-up.
The First Line-up for The Brisbane Festival Valley Fiesta 2009 has been announced!