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Big Scary Announce National Tour

Melbourne’s own Big Scary have announced that come March they will be hitting the road for their first ever national headline tour, in support of their EP-compilation album ‘Four Seasons’.

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Gig Review: The Jezabels @ The East Brunswick Club, 26th November

On Friday night The Jezabels played the first of a series of three sold out shows at the East Brunswick Club. They put on a simply flawless gig that demonstrated why they are pretty much the best thing Australian music has going for it at the moment, as well as why they are already building […]

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Tunng Australian Tour

This is so awesome- UK ‘folktronica’ outfit Tunng have announced that they will be touring Australia next year. So far we know that they’ll be playing the East Brunswick Club in Melbourne on the 22nd of February, as well as: 19th February – Oxford Arts Factory, Sydney 20th February – Playground Weekender, Wiseman’s Ferry 24th […]

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Hungry Kids Of Hungary New Video And National Tour

After touring extensively overseas, Hungry Kids Of Hungary are returning to Australia to play a series of headline shows in the leadup to the release of their debut album due in September. New single Wristwatch will get its Australian live debut, and you can check out the brand new video below: Full tour dates, supported […]

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More Splendour Sideshows

Since I posted my Splendour Sideshows Guide and subsequent updates (1,2), even more sideshows have been announced, as most international bands playing Splendour are deciding to drop by Melbourne as well. Of particular note are: Delphic, Sunday 1st August @ The Corner Hotel, $35 The Drums, Monday 2nd August @ The East Brunswick Club, $38.50 […]

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Gig Review: Cloud Control @ The East Brunswick Club, 22nd May

This was either my fifth or sixth time seeing Cloud Control live, I’m starting to lose track. However it was the first following the release of their debut album ‘Bliss Release’, and it seems to me like the band develop a more and more professional live show each time I see them. Sure enough, this […]

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