Kate Miller-Heidke returns to the Australian tour scene with a string quartet in tow

Easily one of the country’s best and ever-intriguing vocalists, queen Kate Miller-Heidke is returning to venues around the country early next year. Pouring new arrangements into her live show, while incorporating work with a string quartet into her already well established and crafted body of alternative pop work, Miller-Heidke is armed with a new and unmissable…

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The Libertines, Car Seat Headrest among Sydney City Limits artists to confirm sideshows

The sideshow news keeps on coming today, as Sydney City Limits artists unleash details of their own headline shows for the Aussie east coast in early 2018. While Phoenix revealed extra shows for Melbourne and Brisbane, the likes of The Libertines, Car Seat Headrest, The Avalanches and more have also been counted as festival names soon to be extending…

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Archie Roach celebrating 20 years of Looking For Butter Boy in Melbourne this December

He’s one of Australia’s best loved performers and storytellers; Archie Roach‘s music is still as resonant now as it was when first released, which says something about the longevity within his creations. Celebrating 20 years since the release of his third album, the acclaimed Looking For Butter Boy, Archie will be bringing the album to the Corner…

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Phoenix flies again! French indie favourites announce headline Australian dates

Remember when “Lizstomania” was the anthem of every goddamn summer festival or party you attended back in 2009/2010? Who else could have been producing such effortlessly dance-able indie music that side of France but Phoenix. Since Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix broke the band in global markets, the band has become a favourite on the live circuit though admittedly,…

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Dune Rats, Remi, Bec Sandridge and more announced as special guests for ‘Live At The Steps’ in Melbourne

As part of triple j’s Ausmusic Month, this year’s ‘Live At The Steps’ has not only moved to a larger venue at Melbourne’s Treasury Gardens, but the free live music event has been bolstered by some of the country’s most popular touring artists. Joining Baker Boy, Skegss, Tired Lion and Mallrat at ‘Live At The Steps’ will be special…

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