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Posted 13 Apr 2017 @ 8:16am

Party legends LCD Soundsystem are heading back Down Under with a hotly anticipated Melbourne show. 

 

Their headline Melbourne show will mark LCD Soundsystem’s first visit since reuniting in 2016, with the promise of new music on the way for their upcoming Aussie jaunt. 

 

They'll be bringing with them a career-spanning set, loaded with hits ranging from Losing My...

Posted 7 Apr 2017 @ 3:24pm

Reykjavik’s Sigur Rós are back to grace Australia with their ethereal presence, returning for this year's huge Splendour lineup while locking in a couple of cheeky sideshows. 

 

Titled An Evening with Sigur Rós, the intimate shows will treat audiences to a career-spanning set separated by an interval - bolstered with the band's iconic and immersive live sound, as intense and...

Posted 20 Mar 2017 @ 2:39pm

Former member of pioneering electronic duo Yazoo, Alison Moyet is one of the most important voices to come out of Britain.

 

Touring in support of her ninth studio album Other, Moyet has promised splashes of new and old throughout the much-anticipated venture.

 

Despite her professing of age, her newest explorations burst with clarity, vitality and freshness,...

Posted 6 Mar 2017 @ 6:45pm

The Pixies returned to Melbourne for a dazzling, sharp performance that illustrated their continued legacy as an iconic band within the alternative rock genre. Their last Australian tour was in 2014 for Sydney’s Vivid festival. Three years later, they’ve made their return, touring their latest album Head Carrier.
 
The Pixies have been rocking since the ‘80s. Since then, they’ve...

Posted 28 Nov 2016 @ 11:22am

A slew of reggae legends will band together for the epic Raggamuffin All Stars show when it brings some sunny vibes to Melbourne.

 

Leading the charge comes Grammy-winning superstar Shaggy, who'll be bringing with him 20 years worth of certified hits. From 1995’s Boombastic to It Wasn’t Me and I Need Your Love, the reggae fusion singer has become the genre’s most commercially...

Posted 27 Sep 2016 @ 4:17pm

Hardcore rock band Bring Me The Horizon have confirmed rescheduled dates following last week's postponements.

 

The band's sold-out Adelaide show and two Melbourne shows have been rescheduled for early Feburary due to illness of lead singer, Oli Sykes.
 
The frontman was diagnosed with acute laryngitis and was given medical advice to arrest.
 
The UK band...

Posted 25 Aug 2016 @ 10:03am

Two extraordiary musicians will come together when RSO - the project of Richie Sambora and Orianthi - comes to Australia. 

 

As part of the tour, fans can expect to hear songs from both Richie and Orianthi’s catalogues, Bon Jovi classics, plus songs from other artists they have performed with including, Michael Jackson’s Black or White and Alice Cooper’s School’s Out. 

Posted 25 Aug 2016 @ 7:58am

Six years since their last Australian tour, seminal rockers Pixies will return to Australia as part of their world tour.

 

One of the most influential and important bands over the last 30 years, Pixies headlined 2007’s inaugural Australian V Festival and in 2010 played an incredible 13 shows on their sold out Doolittle tour across the country. 
 
Touring in...

Posted 17 Aug 2016 @ 12:27pm

 

Starting out as a YouTube vlogger and cover artist, Troye Sivan has since taken over the pop world with his EP Wild and debut album Blue Neighbourhood. Now, on the last leg of his world tour, he’s playing to his largest headlining audience ever.
 
The sold out show was packed to the brim with excitement; screaming teenage girls, young gay teens pining for attention, pride...

Posted 3 Aug 2016 @ 11:38am

 

"I'm going to make a loop now...predictably." After three LPs and a slew of headline tours, James Blake knows what he's about. His three-piece lineup cruised confidently through a post-Splendour trip to Margaret Court Arena with a set heavy on stormy material from his recent The Colour In Anything.
 
Pritchard's generally low-key set had its biggest fan at the back of the...

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