It seems like Sunshine Coast artists were busy in the studio over the Christmas break, because we’ve got more new releases to show you.
While the biggest music vote in Australia has been and gone, another remains which focuses on the more alternative and heavier acts.
With thanks to digital radio station, The Faction, the nominations for this year’s Hardest 100 have been up and running for a few weeks, with a week to go before voting closes.
After a massive 2018, which has already seen Aussie hiphop royalty Butterfingers release new music, head out on tour and play a string of killer showcases at BIGSOUND, the legendary group have today announced the 15 Years of Fatboys Australian tour. The epic run kicks off on March 1, 2019 at The Villa in Noosa, before moving through to the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Wollongong, Newcastle, Sydney, Adelaide, Frankston, Geelong, Belgrave, Dunsborough, Perth, Hillarys, Melbourne, Hobart, Townsville, Airlie Beach, Toowoomba, Ipswich, and wrapping up at The Northern in Byron Bay on April 26, supported nationally by Melbourne MC, Fresh Violet.
Sunshine Coast based Electronic Pop band Beckon Fire have just released their new single and music video ‘Lonely’.
The single is taken from their forthcoming EP release ‘Truth Of Our Youth’ (releasing in March 2019.) The band will be celebrating with a launch show at Tomcat in Brisbane on Friday 5th April.
With the dust barely settled on their last acclaimed Australian jaunt, Caravãna Sun are gearing up to do it all again, this time bringing the wildly talented LaBrassBanda out to Australian shores to join the party. The highly anticipated co-headline tour will see this dynamic bill make their way up and down the East Coast over ten blistering shows on the ‘Horn Haus Party Tour’, giving audiences a chance to get up close and personal with some of the best brass band music out of Bavaria, as well as receiving a dose of that intense Caravãna Sun magic direct from the source.
The eagerly anticipated full-length album CARNIVAL OF FOOLS from Brisbane dirty-soul act BLUES ARCADIA is a record that almost didn’t get made. Personal struggles and a band implosion shortly after they began the process of following up their award-winning self-titled debut release of 2016 saw them scrapping the results of their initial recording sessions and figuring out where to start again.
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