A single that has arrived at the perfect time where we’re looking ahead to warmer hazy days ahead, ‘Stars’ from Sydney four-piece, The Kava Kings, is the perfect remedy for any winter-time frump. Taken from the band’s new EP Two Strangers, ‘Stars’ is a piece of a larger puzzle that focuses on relationships and its different stages. Melodic, hearty and delivered with rich charm, The Kava Kings put their stamp on the second half of 2019 with a fresh collection of material, primed for the live stage.
Playing Solbar on September 27.
All systems are go as the annual, all-female contemporary music festival, Space Girls, today announces a stellar lineup for its Queensland Satellite Party on Friday, 13 September.
Lifting off in T-Minus 29 Days : 7 hours : 15 minutes, the 2019 Space Girls event will be MC’d by Double J’s Sarah Howells and features indie rock guitar slinger, Jaguar Jonze; award-winning electro-pop artists, Ella Fence and DOOLIE; breakthrough Indigenous DJ , Dameeeela; Aus-Fijian singer songwriter Andrea Kirwin; looping pop harpist, ELSKA; and folk-pop sibling act, The Dennis Sisters.
Don’t know about you, but if The Dreggs asked us, we’d run away with them…
The duo have been absolutely smashing it on the scene of late; sold out shows, East Coast tour, and now a brand new single in ‘You and Me’.
One of Australia’s most impressive and beloved pop exports, Amy Shark is coming home for an intimate Australian regional tour in October and November. Fresh off her national tour earlier this year, which sold over 30,000 tickets and saw Amy performing at some of the country’s largest venues, she will now be bringing her critically acclaimed debut album Love Monster and faves from her EP Night Thinker to regional fans all across the country. The tour will kick off at NEX in Newcastle on October 3, and will then move through Canberra, Coffs Harbour, Lake Kawana, Darwin, Wodonga, and Geelong, and wrapping up in Hobart at the renowned Odeon Theatre on November 8. Tickets will go on sale on Tuesday 13 August at 9am local time.
Daryl James’s new single ‘Alison’ sees him take a new approach in what has been described as the Bohemian Rhapsody of the Blues/Roots world. This multi-dimensional song traverses vast musical terrain. Based on a roots Weissenborn slide guitar groove, vocal choirs and ethereal Lapsteel guitars interweave there way though Humarimaba* melodies and heartfelt lyrics.
Toxic Fox have been busy. Their debut single ‘Bond Street’ was released in April, and hit over 30K streams on Spotify in its first two months. The band completed a successful East Coast tour and festival appearance in response, with their live shows pulling a notable crowd. The reception has been warm to the young Sunshine Coast band, with a promising start to their efforts at taking on the Australian music scene, with fans and critics alike celebrating the new sound.
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