Behold, the wondrous multiplicities of one of Australia’s greatest musical creatives.
The Grand Final will air live on Sunday morning.
Some huge shows in honour of a music legend.
Back to folk shit up.
Doin’ Oz proud.
As part of the increasingly popular Kaleidoscope concert series
And it’s her dream that it gets played at Westfield during extended Christmas shopping hours.
In news that has become all too common these days, another Australian festival has been cancelled, as organisers of South Australia’s Gorgeous Festival have had to call it quits to poor ticket sales. Explaining via a post to the festival Facebook page, organisers said that “early ticket sales were not of a level sufficient to
Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art’s (MONA) Festival of Music and Art (FOMA) has just unveiled its full lineup for 2016, and it could be the coolest MOFO yet. Next year’s event has assembled a collection of over 300 artists, musicians and performers from around the world, led by the likes of The Flaming
Adelaide’s appropriately-named Gorgeous Festival is back in 2015 and even more gorgeous than ever, with Aussie songstress Kate Miller-Heidke headlining this year’s festivities. Also gracing this year’s bill will be an eclectic array of local stars, including Stonefield, Montaigne, Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Falls, Dylan Joel, Jesse Davidson and Rin McArdl. Also FYI, this year’s double-date
Angus & Julia Stone, Hoodoo Gurus, Kate Miller-Heidke and Paul Dempsey top the mammoth first announcement of the 2015 Queenscliff Music Festival. This 19th instalment of the annual live music gathering at the coastal Victorian town will also feature performances by singer-songwriter John Williamson, the monumental Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Go-Betweens co-founder Robert Forster and a
Megan Washington, The Preatures and Husky are among a huge list of names who’ll bring the music to the 2015 Australian Open, which has just announced the lineup of bands set to take the stage at Melbourne Park next year. A new artist will play each day of the event from 19 January to 1
The very first nominees up for the inaugural Double J Artist of the Year prize at the 2014 J Awards has been announced, with the broadcaster singling out works by reunited Melbourne rockers Augie March, Brisbane-bred singer Kate Miller-Heidke, NSW musician Steve Smyth, Sydney singer-songwriter Caitlin Park, roots-rocker Mia Dyson and Brisbane indie darlings Blank
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
In celebration of the release of her crowd-funded, fourth studio and first independent LP, O Vertigo, Australian music industry darling Kate Miller-Heidke has already dropped a massive set of tour dates across the country and today is adding an extra Sydney show to her extensive national tour. Following her sold out Sydney Opera House performance
Kate Miller-Heidke has announced her plans to make the most of the release of her fourth studio album, and first independent LP, O Vertigo. The darling of the Australian Music Industry has dropped a massive set of tour dates, bringing the crowd-funded album to the people who made it possible. It’s rare that a new
Final live lineup announced!
The Melbourne-based Australian arm of UK indie label Cooking Vinyl have announced a new partnership with one of Australia’s most treasured pop songwriters, Kate Miller-Heidke. Together they will release the Brisbane artist’s fourth studio album, O Vertigo!, on Friday, 14th March 2014. O Vertigo! is the follow-up to 2012’s Nightflight and Miller-Heidke’s first independent release,