Introducing ‘Miracle Cure’
Something For Kate
Get it inside yah.
Brace for nostalgia.
“Styles change. But sentiment and ideas, solid good ideas [that] people can relate to, are still there.”
The Living End, Spiderbait, Something For Kate, Sneaky Sound System and more.
A tasty new music festival is coming.
Including their first Aussie club shows in four years!
“A lineup squarely aimed at those feeling the sentimental resonance of ‘90s summers, exciting Big Day Out lineups and triple j Hottest 100’s which didn’t court controversy.”
We’re talking You Am I, Something For Kate, Spiderbait oh and Jebediah and The Meanies!
The humungous Spectrum Now festival program just got even more humungous .
The Something For Kate frontman is taking his new material on the road.
A special benefit concert for John Hedigan, a multi-instrumentalist who is currently undergoing therapy for a brain tumour, is set to take place in Melbourne next month. The event, appropriately named Something For John, will see Aussie musos such as Something For Kate, Clare Bowditch and Powderfinger’s Darren Middleton join forces to raise funds for
Now in its ninth year, Golden Plains feels more ritual than festival. Arrange convoy, stock up on tinnies, argue about where to camp and then, finally, arrive to remember you forgot at least a few vital items. But once the tents are up and you stop lamenting about how bad your campsite is compared to
As Paul Dempsey prepares for his first solo record in six years, the Something For Kate frontman, who’ll be road-testing new songs this month at festivals in Newcastle and the Mornington Peninsula, admits he can be sceptical when it comes to instant connections to new songs by fans. “It’s great, but I can’t help but
20th anniversary shake-up secures international acts!
The Village People, Conor Oberst & more!
Something For Kate frontman Paul Dempsey had announced a three-show solo tour taking in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne this November. The intimate performances will consist of Dempsey and an acoustic guitar, playing solo material, music by Something For Kate, as well as a cheeky cover or two. Paul Dempsey’s 3 Cities Tour spreads across three
Almost seven years since it last aired, triple j‘s much loved interactive music documentary show The J Files has found a new home on the station’s digital offshoot Double J and the new series will debut at 8pm Thursday, 21st August. Richard Kingsmill, host of The J Files from 1996 to 2003, will launch the
Much-beloved Melbourne band Something For Kate begin their 20 Year Anniversary Tour in only a few days time, but have decided to preface their upcoming shows with an intimate warm-up performance in their home city, under the moniker of Max Planck And The Survival Experts. The Paul Dempsey-led group have taken to their official Facebook