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Reformed ’70’s rockers Taste are back after almost 40 years with a new album, Life On Earth, which they are supporting with an Australian tour in July. Having rubbed shoulders with the likes of AC/DC and Queen back in the day, these guys were on the verge of major rockstardom when they decided to throw it all in. Taste will be at The Corner Hotel on Saturday July 16 and we have a free pass to...

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Mane is breezing into Melbourne on Sunday July 24, as part of the mini-tour showcasing her new EP, House of Horror. The Adelaide based, independent songstress – aka Paige Renee Court – skilfully blends pop and blues with smoky vocal stylings. Beat has some double passes up for grabs to the upcoming show at Whole Lotta Love. You’ve gotta be in it to win it.

 

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The Wheeler Centre’s performance space is getting a makeover, but they’re soldiering on thanks to the good folks at The Toff. Their upcoming series covers everything from biography, comedy and even erotic fan fiction. For more details, head to The Wheeler Centre’s website. In the meantime, why not score yourself some free tickets to a reading of Allen Ginsberg’s visceral1955 poem,...

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The Stairway to Heaven: Led Zeppelin Masters Show is set to be a night of nostalgia and plenty of shred. Adelaide’s iconic Zeppelin tribute outfit, Zep Boys, will be fronting the night alongside The Black Dog Orchestra and the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. It’s all going down at Hamer Hall on Friday July 8 and Sunday July 9, and Beat has scored some free double passes for a few lucky punters...

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Temporal Cast came into being out of an impulse to draw together what was, at the time, some disparate new talent emerging within Melbourne’s dance-music underground.

 

Since then, the acts which the label has been lucky enough to feature and support have grown into some of this city’s more sought-after names and the label itself has coalesced into something with more substance...

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To complement the 2016 Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition Degas: A New Vision, the NGV stays open late with Friday Nights at NGV.

 

Running over thirteen weeks from 24 June to 16 September, enjoy after-hours access to the exhibition, music, short talks, food and bars, and performances by local and international acts. This winter, rock, folk, pop and garage punk are all on...