The Hills Are Alive with the sound of rising Aussie talent.
As if the upcoming instalment of the New Years-straddling Beyond The Valley music festival wasn’t looking epic enough already, organisers have gone and added over a dozen more beyond-exciting artists to the lineup. We’re talking ’80s style glam pop force Client Liaison. We’re talking London grime slinger Skepta. We’re talking Melbourne indie rock champs Kingswood.
17-year-old Central Coast singer-songwriter E^ST has taken to the triple j studios this morning to cover The Verve‘s 1997 hit Bitter Sweet Symphony for Like A Version. E^ST’s cover of the The Verve’s classic track saw the singer and her team of fellow musos pull the song back to its famous string melody before climbing
Safia are pretty good at playing the clichéd “stadium rock” type band. From the moment the Canberra trio hit the tiny stage at the Newtown Social Club it’s a non-stop assortment of energetic dance moves and typical phrases. From call and response anthems to the proverbial “SYDNEY!” shout outs, their clichéd sarcasm is charming. But
After teasing fans with a tour announcement last week, Sydney boys Art Vs Science have come good, announcing an east coast tour in support of their latest single, In This Together. The three-show In This Together Tour will see Art Vs Science road-test a bunch of new material at shows in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne
By almost 50 new acts!
Lisa Mitchell, the bright-eyed singer-songwriter of debut album Wonder fame, will play a run of Australian shows from 25 March next year. She will perform an all-acoustic tour with guitarist and regular collaborator, Tim Harvey, for dates in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Mitchell’s new single Wah Ha, from her forthcoming album, was released in September,