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Cosmo Jarvis Australian Tour

Cosmo Jarvis has announced that he will be returning to Australia next month, staying in Sydney for two weeks following his arrival on the 23rd of July before visiting Melbourne for instore appearances as well as album launch shows for his latest record ‘Think Bigger’.

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Of Monsters And Men Australian Tour

As was widely reported last week, Of Monsters And Men announced an Australian tour today. Thankfully they made sane venue choices, aren’t doing a stupid ballot system, and aren’t just coming for a festival. What a refreshing change. Can’t wait for the Melbourne show. Details below.

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Patrick Wolf Australian Tour

The enigmatic, eccentric, at time slightly mad, always entertaining, and very charismatic Patrick Wolf has announced an “intimate acoustic tour” of Australia this September. I’m not to sure about the ‘intimate’ part however, because I’m pretty sure all of these venues are bigger than that which I saw him play last time he toured here. Oh well.

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Bon Iver @ The Sydney Opera House, 11th And 12th Of March

The most remarkable thing about Bon Iver and Justin Vernon in particular is how they have grown so much as a band and as a person respectively but yet have maintained their identity; how they have kept the essence of what made their early music so very special and imprinted it into everything they do, whether that be their sophomore album or playing at the Sydney Opera House in front of thousands of people with a ten-piece band. Three night in a row.

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Last Dinosaurs Million Years National Tour

Last Dinosaurs’ Melbourne show this week is completely sold out, but just in case you missed out the band have announced a much more sweeping set of national dates for April, including stopovers at regional centers and playing generally larger venues throughout most of Australia. This announcement follows the big news that the band’s debut album, ‘In A Million Years’, will be released in the UK on renowned label Fiction, also known for the likes of the Kaiser Chiefs and Crystal Castles. The tour details are below.

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Lana Del Rey Australian Tour

The most divisive figure to ever play gentle retro indie pop music, Lana Del Rey, has announced an Australian tour (or at least two dates, anyway), which was fairly predictable given her insane popularity over here at the moment. I wouldn’t be surprised at all if the venues get an upgrade, either, because I can’t see tickets to the Toff show in particular lasting very long. Here are the details.

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