One features Julia Stone.
Melbourne’s turning it on.
In honour of International Women’s Day.
Brisbane muso Jarryd James has followed up his Splendour In The Grass debut with a new single called Regardless, featuring the one and only Julia Stone from brother-sister duo Angus & Julia Stone. Premiered on triple j, Regardless (below) sees the vocals of Stone and James intertwine around a luscious concoction of slow beats, guitars
Julia Stone is thrilled at the prospect of introducing fans to the newest chapter in Angus & Julia Stone’s history. Off the back of a six-month-long recording stint in the US, the newly reacquainted sibling singer-songwriters are set for shows at home and abroad, and have a brand-new repertoire which might surprise seasoned fans. The
La Casa Artist Residency is fast becoming the place to be for creatives with a need to get away from it all. Already the digs have housed the likes of Goons Of Doom, Donavon Frankenreiter, Alpine and photographer Ryan Heywood, not to mention the small crowd of artists who stopped by for a cheeky surf.
Fresh from inking a deal with Liberation Music, Melbourne-based artist James Keogh aka Vance Joy has announced plans to kick his very busy year with a brand new track, followed up by an EP and a stack of live shows. Getting his name in people’s heads through Melbourne’s open night mic circuit, Vance Joy rose
Julia Stone has been selected as the first musical performer to tour as part of the Heavenly Sounds tour series for 2013. Travelling around the country under the banner of Heavenly Sounds, Stone will play some of Australia’s most awe-inspiring churches and cathedrals. Performing opening duties on the tour will be Melbourne indie pop act
If you ever get a chance to grab coffee with Julia Stone, here’s a tip – she loves a flat white.
Julia Stone has announced Australian tour dates for this September on the back of the release of her new album By the Horns, which was released today. She’ll be visiting most capital cities (even Canberra) and some regional stops along the way. This new album is her second after The Memory Machine in 2010, before
One of Australia’s most beautiful song writers, Julia Stone, has announced a one-off treat for Sydney-siders in what is sure to be one of the most intimate and moving performances this year.
Julia Stone gave Australian radio their first taste of her new solo album today. The single, Let’s Forget all the Things That We Say, will feature on her forthcoming album, By the Horns, scheduled for release in May. From February 20, you can buy the four-track EP through Julia’s own label, Picture Show Records. The National’s
Some of Australia’s most prominent talents are joining for forces for what promises to be an excruciatingly sentimental tribute album – a compilation devoted to mothers, mothering and matriarchs.