The Hills Are Alive announce full line up & make tickets available to public

The complete line-up for the eighth The Hills Are Alive has been announced and for the first time in the event’s history a limited allocation of tickets has been made available to the general public. The line-up includes Bad//Dreams, The Belligerents, Fraser A Gorman, Grenadiers, Running Touch, Arthur Penn and the Funky Ten, Venus Court, Fossil Fuel and many…

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PJ Harvey, Julia Holter & múm and more confirmed for Iceland Airwaves 2016

Iceland Airwaves 2016 have confirmed their first round of acts including  PJ Harvey, Julia Holter and múm with Kronos Quartet. Other artists lined up for the festival are Axel Flóvent, GKR, Mammút, Reykjavíkurdætur, Mr.Silla and Sturla Atlas.  The iconic festival will take place in Reykjavík, Iceland on the 2nd – 6th of November this year. The ticket options include an international package…

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Saskwatch add more shows to their massive national tour!

Melbourne indie-soul outfit Saskwatch, have added more dates to their already massive 30-date national tour which kicks off this weekend in WA. Support acts have also been announced with WA favourites Verge Collection and Childsaint on the WA leg of the tour. Sydney dates will see support from Wild Honey, Violet Swells and Melbourne’s Fuller. Touring nationally with Saskwatch are indie-rockers Club Sport . Saskwatch have…

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Seven Acts Not To Miss From The Carriageworks 2016 Program

Sydney’s Carriageworks 2016 program is currently underway, presenting contemporary multi-arts performances. It is Carriageworks most ambitious program showcasing a diverse range of projects spanning visual arts, dance, performance, film, talks and music. With over 740 artists on show, we’ve done the hard work for you and scoured the program for acts not to miss. K-Pop Party…

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Organisers reschedule Legion Music Fest to January 2017; plan to re-launch Pozible campaign

Australia’s first fan-funded heavy music festival, Legion Music Fest, has decided to change the dates of the debut festival to January 2017 Australia Day weekend, after extended discussions with industry partners, bands and the Legion Fan council, John Sankey and the Legion Music Fest team.  “We did everything in our power to make Legion happen this…

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Alistar Richardson from The Cairos (Brisbane) talks about new music, departing Island Records, CMJ and more

While at Australian Music Week in Cronulla last month, I sat down with Alistar Richardson from The Cairos to talk about the band’s year: departing from their label, releasing new music and balancing the band with his solo work as Zefereli. Welcome to Australian Music Week, the first of its kind. You’re probably not used to having…

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