ENSIFERUM Path To Glory 2019 Australian Tour You can’t talk about the true greats of folk-inspired melodic death metal without reverent mention of ENSIFERUM, and with their recent album Two Paths they once more affirm their place in the pantheons of […]
Friday 8th February saw iconic local punk band The Painters & Dockers celebrate the 30th anniversary of their classic and highest selling album, KISS MY ART.
The band were due to do this in 2018 but a serious head injury saw singer Paulie Stewart hospitalised and unable to perform. […]
Ormsby Guitars, a pioneer in multiscale electric guitars, welcomes guitar virtuoso Rusty Cooley to its family of artists. Cooley is always pushing the boundaries of what the guitar can do, and he needs an instrument […]
Dyin’ To Be Dancin’ is a document of I’m Talking as a live entity.
“These recordings were never really planned as commercial releases and their existence after so long is partly sheer luck and also a reflection of the excellence of independent broadcasters like Melbourne’s 3RRR in preserving our musical culture.
As a live band, we made a huge impact on the Melbourne inner city scene, headlining our first shows and selling them out immediately. All of us, even the extremely young Kate, had been experienced players. Essendon Airport, the band we seemed to grow out of, was an arty, well connected and infamous concern. When we broke up in 1983, people were almost willing us on to do something that took us to that next step. […]
Herbie Hancock is the master of modern jazz – he is innovative, influential, a living legend and will close the 2019 Melbourne International Jazz Festival at Arts Centre Melbourne, Hamer Hall.
Melbourne International Jazz Festival Artistic Director, Michael Tortoni, said, “We are excited to make this early announcement and extremely honoured that Herbie Hancock is returning to Melbourne to close the festival. Our festival program will continue to offer a diversity of experiences that will showcase many outstanding Australian and international artists.” […]
For over a decade Brooklyn’s A Place To Bury Strangers have been dealing in pure sonic destruction. Famously lauded as the loudest band in NYC, their thunderous noise-rock has seen them pick up a cult […]
For the first time in Australia and New Zealand HAPPY MONDAYS will be playing their seminal album ‘Pills ’n’ Thrills and Bellyaches’ in full! HAPPY MONDAYS formed in 1980 in Salford, Greater Manchester: the original line-up included Shaun Ryder on […]
The highly acclaimed Apia Good Times Tour returns for its 7th anniversary with a line-up of 7 of our all-time favourite Oz music Allstars taking to stages from Bunbury (16 May) to Canberra (16 June), with stops in Perth, Adelaide, Geelong, Melbourne, Bendigo, Toowoomba, Brisbane, Tweed Heads, Hobart, Launceston, Newcastle, Sydney and Thirroul in between.
Our 7th Apia Good Times Tour will be the biggest yet with performances from Allstars Vika and Linda Bull, Brian Cadd, Joe Camilleri, Kate Ceberano, Russell Morris, Ross Wilson and John Paul Young for this unique, once-in-a-lifetime concert experience. […]
In the worst kept secret in Melbourne, I’m Talking played a secret show at Memo Music Hall on Monday 10th February.
On 16 October 2018, the members of I’m Talking announced that they will return to the stage in 2019 as the supporting act for Bryan Ferry’s Australian tour, which will take place between February and April.
The reformed lineup consists of five of the seven original members: Goodge, Hogarth, Charlesworth, Ceberano, and Abeyratne. Ian Cox and Cameron Newman will not return due to personal commitments and will had replacements to take Cox’s saxophone spot and Newman’s drumming duties. They also have not ruled out about whether they’ll record or perform any new material beyond that.
Ormsby Guitars, a pioneer in multiscale electric guitars, announces the addition of legendary metal guitarist Dino Cazares to its family of artists. You know Dino from Fear Factory, Asesino, Divine Heresy and Brujeria, and from […]