“Precise without being cold, smooth without being slick, raw without being ragged”
The annual Weekender bender is back for round nine.
The third annual Kyneton Music Festival will take place in February, and has added eight new acts added to its eclectic 2015 lineup. Punkish Melbourne rockers Harmony (pictured), classically-inspired folk artist Laura Jean and fellow Melburnians Money For Rope lead the festival’s second lineup announcement. Other acts added to next year’s festivities include Charles Jenkins
Today’s Tour Guide will present you with plenty of opportunity to keep yourselves warm with live music on these encroaching winter nights, starting with Sydney indie outfit and number one buzz band Gang Of Youths who’ve announced two east coast shows this August. We’ve also got tour announcements from Sydney (via The Blue Mountains) duo
Boasting former members of The Nation Blue and Mclusky, Melbourne six-piece Harmony breathe rarefied air, musically speaking. But chatting to the band’s nucleus and primary songwriter, Tom Lyngcoln, you wouldn’t know it––he’s just trying to “stay the course” and do what comes naturally. What’s come naturally to Tom, who recently caught up with Music Feeds
It’s an eclectic mix for today’s Tour Guide, with announcements from the organisers of Mi Casa Su Casa, who’ve wrangled an epic lineup for their tour including Tales In Space, Melbourne sextet Harmony, and the organisers of Day For Night, who’ve added Shaun J Wright to their party lineup. Mi Casa Su Casa Tour 2014
Port Melbourne’s Fennel Street will play host to the inaugural Port Royal Street Party on Saturday, 18th January, with Australian punk rock legends Cosmic Psychos headlining a spectacular lineup of local bands, set to play against the backdrop of the Melbourne CBD. Fellow punk rock stalwarts, The Meanies will be dropping by and tearing up
The full lineup for Illawarra’s first annual boutique music and arts festival, The Farmer & The Owl, has been announced, offering antipodean music fans the chance to see an epic lineup including The Drones, Dappled Cities, The Laurels, Glass Towers, Surf City and many, many more! Set to take over the University of Wollongong on