Single of the Day: Tigers Jaw “June” (2017)

US indie-emo darlings Tigers Jaw announced the upcoming release of their fifth LP, spin, a few weeks back, and at the same time dropped single “Guardian”. The duo have proceeded to give us another taste of the highly anticipated album, this time with single “June”. The duo of Brianna Collins and Ben Walsh deliver poppy, indie rock, bringing the Tigers Jaw sound that we…

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Missed out on a Splendour ticket? These sideshows may help ease the pain

With Splendour selling out in record time, it only follows that there’s people who are still desperate to see their favourite acts. If you’re one of the unlucky souls who missed out on a Splendour ticket, this sideshow announcement is bound to cheer you up. Sideshows have just been announced for acts including Two Door Cinema Club, HAIM, George Ezra, Tove Lo, Rag’n’Bone Man, Maggie Rogers, Bishop…

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Indie-pop Queen Banks announces headline shows around the country

Indie-pop queen Banks has announced three sideshows to accompany her appearance at Splendour in the Grass this July. Her last Australian appearance was in 2015, where she was a crowd favourite at St Jeromes Laneway Festival, and her headline shows were likened to religious experiences. Don’t miss what are sure to be some of the most alluring SITG sideshows of 2017. Tickets…

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Catfish And The Bottlemen announce biggest headline shows ever in Sydney and Melbourne

If blowing crowds away at Falls Festival wasn’t enough of an achievement for the year, Catfish And The Bottlemen are not only taking on Splendour this July, but are also performing two huge sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne. With three entries in 2016’s Hottest 100, it’s no surprise that Aussies have a lot of love for Catfish and The Bottlemen; catch…

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Bonobo announces Splendour sideshows in Australia and New Zealand

Splendour sideshow announcement day is a magical day of the year. LA-based British musician/producer/DJ Bonobo has announced headline shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth in July, his first tour since 2015. This time round he’s bringing his full band, the tour cycle supporting his latest release Migration, described as ‘the most sophisticated record of his career’. The album…

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