Are Karnivool Back In The Studio?
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by Mary Varvaris
14h ago
Could Karnivool be finally recording their long-awaited, mythologised fourth album? Some fans on the band’s subreddit think they might be after seeing a new teaser post from drummer Steve Judd. Taking to Instagram on Sunday (25 February), Judd shared a photo of his tasty-looking setup, tagging drumming companies Zildjian, Remo, Pearl Drums, and Vic Firth. In the caption, Judd tagged producer Forrester Savell, who produced the Karnivool albums Themata (2005) and 2009’s Sound Awake. In addition to his Karnivool credits, Savell has worked with Aussie progressive metal and metalcore legends Sunk L ..read more
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Dan Sultan To Release Limited Edition Tenth Anniversary 'Blackbird' Vinyl
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by Mary Varvaris
15h ago
Dan Sultan is celebrating the tenth anniversary of his third album, Blackbird, this April, and to commemorate the occasion, he’s releasing a limited-edition vinyl of the album. The tenth-anniversary edition of Blackbird will arrive as a signed pressing re-invigorated with a stunning layout. The album will be pressed on gorgeous transparent red vinyl with black dust scattered throughout. In addition to the re-release of Blackbird, Dan Sultan will perform songs from the album during a special one-off concert in NAIDOC Week this July. Sultan will be accompanied by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra ..read more
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P!nk Teams Up With Matildas To Launch Official Nike Jersey
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by Ellie Robinson
16h ago
Ahead of its official launch today (February 27), Lydia Williams – world-renowned goalkeeper for the Matildas – caught up with one of her biggest idols, P!nk, to present the artist with the very first piece of kit from her long-awaited Nike collaboration. Matildas fans spent months clamouring for Nike to release a goalkeeper jersey after the Matildas soared at last year’s Women’s World Cup. It’ll be the first time the brand have released a goalkeeper jersey for any Australian team – male or female – and Williams is (understandably) hyped to the nines about it. Appearing on The Today Show this ..read more
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QMAs 2024 People's Choice Awards Voting
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by Staff Writer
16h ago
Following on from a huge announcement of the 2024 Finalists, the Queensland Music Awards (QMAs) is once again giving the power to people as voting opens for the People’s Choice Awards. Presented by The Music and Oztix, the QMA People Choice Awards invite music lovers to cast their vote to decide Queensland’s favourite metro and regional venue, along with their favourite festival.  All entries also go in the draw to win a double pass to celebrate with the who’s who of Queensland music at the 2023 Queensland Music Awards on Wednesday 17 April. Voting is open right now until 11:59pm (AEST ..read more
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Sampha, Ngaiire @ Hordern Pavilion
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by Shaun Colnan
16h ago
It’s been a while since Sampha graced our shores. It’s been a while since he graced any shores or stages for the matter. Five years away from the live limelight has laid the platform for the much-anticipated return to Australia of the inimitable vocalist/producer.  This show at the Hordern Pavilion (celebrating its centenary) is one of a smattering of Australian and New Zealand dates that make up a tour that closely follows Sampha’s newly released second album, LAHAI, out now on Young / Remote Control Records. First, Ngaiire brought her soul-tinged, stripped-back ..read more
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Mitch Tambo Announces 2024 Walanbaa Youth Tour
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by Ellie Robinson
17h ago
Mitch Tambo has shared details for this year’s Walanbaa Youth Tour, performing in 35 cities around Australia – with more shows still to be announced – in support of his titular cultural empowerment initiative. Announced on social media yesterday (February 26), the tour will see Tambo visit “youth hubs and places of learning to empower and entertain children and young people”. It kicks off this Thursday (February 29) with a show in Cape Schnack – a town in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula region – followed by a show in Balnarring on Saturday March 2. From there, Tambo will perform four shows in ..read more
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Paul McCartney Discusses The 'Embarrassing' Inspiration Behind 'Yesterday'
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by Mary Varvaris
18h ago
Paul McCartney has discussed the “embarrassing” inspiration behind one of The Beatles’ most beloved songs, Yesterday, on an episode of his podcast, A Life In Lyrics. The song, released initially on The Beatles’ 1965 album, Help!, is a song everyone knows well, but did you know about the inspiration behind the lyric “I said something wrong, now I long for yesterday”? Revealing that Yesterday was inspired by a conversation he regrets having with his mother, McCartney began, “Sometimes it’s only in retrospect you can appreciate it,” recalling an incident when he was “feeling very embarrassed beca ..read more
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Taylor Swift's Dad Allegedly Punched Paparazzi Photographer In Sydney, Police Investigating
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by Mary Varvaris
18h ago
Taylor Swift’s father, Scott Swift (also known as Papa Swift), is being investigated by police after allegedly punching a paparazzi photographer in the face in Sydney. Embedded Content According to a new report from the ABC, paparazzi photographer Ben McDonald from Matrix Media was following the Bejeweled singer while she was in Australia. McDonald stated that after Swift’s final show in Sydney yesterday (26 February), she was celebrating the ultra-successful Australian leg of the Eras Tour with a cruise on Sydney Harbour before she and her entourage left Neutral Bay Wharf early this morning ..read more
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Surprise! Fred Again.. Is Playing At The Sydney Opera House TONIGHT
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by Ellie Robinson
18h ago
Fred again.. fans have proved themselves to be the Swifties of EDM, blowing up the Internet after the Rumble hitmaker announced a surprise show in Sydney (Eora) for tonight (February 27). As predicted by Purple Sneakers last week, Fred will perform a special pop-up at the Sydney Opera House in less than 12 hours. The show itself will kick off at 9:30pm, according to the venue’s website – taking to the stage in the 5,700-capacity Concert Hall. Despite the insanely short notice, demand for the gig is absolutely wild: at the time of writing, the queue for tickets has an estimated wait time of mor ..read more
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Citizen: ‘We Could Pander, And We Know That. But It Wouldn’t Make Us Happy’
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by Mary Varvaris
20h ago
Since Citizen last toured Australia in January 2019, they’ve released two albums packed with some of their best material to date. They featured on the 2019 Unify Gathering, appearing on the same day as Taking Back Sunday (who performed their classic LP Tell All Your Friends in full), I Killed The Prom Queen (making an exclusive festival appearance), Trophy Eyes, Turnstile, Waax, Clowns, Stand Atlantic and many more – their brand of pop-punk meets emo music ideally situated amongst heavier and lighter bands on the bill. Citizen released their third album, As You Please, in 2017 and plugged a he ..read more
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