“SAFIA are fearlessly theatrical with both the music they write and the way they deliver it onstage.”
Will this be BTV’s biggest year yet?
Featuring more artists than ever before!
Back and bigger for its second year
A new single, a new album and a new tour.
Their biggest Australian shows to date
The mystery is finally unfolding
SAFIA are back with a killer new tune plus tour dates at secret venues.
The Darwin music festival has delivered the goods once again.
What’s more, a stack of them are free.
Sha’us ya tips!
15 local acts set to dominate next year.
If you hail from the Cenny, then you’ll be well-versed in the art of schlepping to and from the Big Smoke, often times at 4 or so in the AM on board an Antarctically freezing shittyrail train, just to experience this thing we call “live music”. Because apart from the annual godsend that is Mountain
After taking a brief vacation last year, Groovin The Moo offshoot music festival The Plot has just unveiled the official lineup for its big return in 2015. Heading up the bill for this year’s event will be an eclectic selection of artists from across Australia and the world, including Art Vs Science, Asta, Boo Seeka,
Perth’s Wonderland festival is back for another adventure in 2015, with a triple j listener’s daydream of artists lining the bill. The fifth instalment of Wonderland appropriately features superstar Sydney DJ Alison Wonderland in the headlining spot, supported by New Zealand duo Broods, Brisbane stoner rockers Dune Rats, electro-popper The Kite String Tangle, Perth’s own
Victoria’s boutique NYE On The Hill festival is back, and has dropped a 2015 lineup featuring the likes of Canberra trio SAFIA, singer-songwriter Kim Churchill and guitar wizard Harts. Also confirmed for NYE On The Hill’s 2015 lineup are hip hop artist Dylan Joel, Woodlock, Clowns, Timberwolf, Jesse Davidson, Ainslie Wills and Pearls, with more
By now it should be common knowledge that SAFIA are Australia’s next big thing and they have proved that once again by dropping an excellent new single and revealing the dates for an extensive national tour. The boys have debuted Embracing Me, which follows their previous singleCounting Sheep, and is the band’s fifth single since
The 18-day Darwin Festival will return to Australia’s north this August, and has unveiled an extensive and super-eclectic music lineup featuring the likes of Canberra lads SAFIA, Xavier Rudd & The United Nations, rockers The Drones and Brisbane indie act Holy Holy. Other acts confirmed for this year’s lineup include singer-songwriters Thelma Plum and Abbe
It’s a little bit weird hearing thousands of people sing “I only have sex with myself” at the top of their lungs. Though I reckon the kids from Ball Park Music are fairly used to it by now. With his slim fit trousers, pale shirt and chunky glasses frontman Sam Cormack may look like a