Tour Guide: Sietta, The Ninjas, The Morning Night

It’s Tour Guide time and today sees the announcement of three of the Aussie music scene’s most attention-worthy groups, with new tours coming from Elefant Traks heroes Sietta, Brisbane-based post-punk reprobates The Ninjas, and Perth’s favourite indie sextet, The Morning Night.

Sietta The Invisible River Tour


Sietta are one of Elefant Traks’ hottest exports, and that’s saying something for a label that lays claim to some of the finest hip-hop talent Australia has to offer. The pair’s lush soundbed of bass, guitar, and electronics, paired with Caiti Baker’s epic voice, is a musical force.

The Darwin duo will soon be hitting the road to celebrate the release of their well-received sophomore album, The Invisible River. The pair also recently had a remix of their track Don’t Let It Go reworked by Elefant peer Urthboy.

Saturday, 15th March 2014

Railway Club, Darwin

Tix: Via Oztix

Thursday, 27th March 2014

Globe Theatre, Brisbane

Tix: On the Door

Friday, 28th March 2014

Club Hotel, Bundaberg


Saturday, 29th March 2014

Bojangles, Gladstone

Tix: Via Oztix

Saturday, 26th April 2014

Northcote Social Club, Melbourne

Tix: Via Northcote Social Club

Wednesday, 30th April 2014

Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane

Tix: Via Oztix

Thursday, 1st May 2014

GoodGod, Sydney

Tix: Via Moshtix

Friday, 2nd May 2014

Pirie Street Social Club, Adelaide

Tix: Via Moshtix

Saturday, 3rd May 2014

Republic Bar, Hobart

Tix: Via Moshtix

The Ninjas Kill ‘Em All Single Tour

Saturday, 22nd March 2014

Solbar, Maroochydore QLD

Tix: On the Door

w/Wolver, Tea Society

Saturday, 29th March 2014

Trainspotters, Brisbane QLD


w/Go Violets, Atripwithsid

Friday, 4th April 2014

FBi Social, Sydney NSW

Tix: Via FBi Radio

w/Birds With Thumbs, Hockey Dad, Noire

Saturday, 5th April 2014

The Landsdowne Hotel, Sydney NSW


w/White Summer


Having only unveiled two singles, Brisbane punk duo The Ninjas have stirred quite a buzz for themselves, sharing stages with the illustrious and talented likes of The Cribs, Sticky Fingers, and The Medics, while collecting legions of fans like so many wicked souls.

The pair recently introduced those fans to their new, charmingly-titled single Kill ‘Em All and have announced that they will be embarking on a tour of the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, and Sydney to spike a few more temporal lobes with their incorrigible stage antics.


The Morning Night So Now Tour


Perth six-piece The Morning Night have decided to head eastward for the release of their new single, So Now. The single is the latest taste fans are hearing of the band’s Ricky Maymi-produced sophomore effort, Amberola.

So Now is a tale of love stored safely in a capsule of catchy hooks, the band’s trademark harmonies, and earworm atmospheric touches that drift psychedelically into the far recesses of your sub-conscious mind. There’s even some frenetic drums and guitar, too.

Saturday, 29th March 2014

Captain Cook Hotel, Sydney

Tix: Via Captain Cook Hotel

Tuesday, 1st April 2014

The Workers Club, Melbourne

Tix: Via The Workers Club

Wednesday, 2nd April 2014

Wesley Anne, Melbourne (Acoustic Show)

Tix: Via Wesley Anne

Thursday, 3rd April 2014

Grace Darling, Melbourne

Tix: Via The Grace Darling Hotel

Friday, 4th April 2014

Public Bar, Melbourne

Tix: Via Public Bar

Saturday, 5th April 2014

The Esplande, Melbourne

Tix: Via The Espy

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