TOUR ALERT: Amy Shark

Fresh off her ‘Cry Forever’ arena tour, AMY SHARK has announced a mammoth 42-date regional tour. With one show still remaining on her national run (Perth’s RAC Arena on May 13), Amy Shark will now bring her critically acclaimed Cry Forever and Love Monster albums to regional fans right across Australia on her See U Somewhere tour. Kicking off at Bunbury’s Regional Entertainment Centre on May 19, Shark will perform another … Continue reading TOUR ALERT: Amy Shark

The Grass Is Greener In Queensland

The Grass Is Greener has dropped it’s fourth annual festival line-up and this is probably their best one yet. America’s Tyga tops the bill this year, which also includes Australia’s sweetheart Amy Shark, Hermitude, Peking Duk (DJ set), Golden Features, The Veronicas, Mallrat, Crooked Colours, Habstrakt, Holy Goof, The Kite String Tangle, The Aston Shuffle, Kolombo, Graace, Jordan Burns, Choomba, Sophiegrophy, Taleena, Jake Carmody, Svlt, … Continue reading The Grass Is Greener In Queensland

Scene & Heard Festival Drops Killer Nostalgic Lineup

Last year saw the debut of Newcastle festival Scene & Heard, which was basically a mini resurrection of Homebake or Livid festival featuring some of their best alumni – The Living End, Spiderbait, Something For Kate, Killing Heidi, Skunkhour, Dallas Crane, Sneaky Sound System and Front End Loader. This year’s festival already promised to be bigger and better, with the announcement that the event would … Continue reading Scene & Heard Festival Drops Killer Nostalgic Lineup

Cairns to get two massive gigs in early 2019

North Queenslanders won’t miss out on shows early next year, with two acts announcing Cairns dates in the last two days. ARIA-winning Courtney Barnett announced yesterday she will be doing a show at Tanks Arts Centre on 31st January with Camp Cope, whilst US RNB artist Nelly today announced a show at Gilligan’s on 5th February. Courtney’s show is one of only two in the … Continue reading Cairns to get two massive gigs in early 2019

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Dedicates Song to North Queensland Murder Victim

Toyah Cordingley was a beautiful, highly popular 24-year old animal and music loving young lady living a carefree life in Cairns, North Queensland. Toyah’s body was discovered in sand dunes at Wangetti Beach, north of Cairns, on October 22, a day after she was reported missing. Toyah was taken from us way too early. A young lady just walking her dog on a beach was brutally … Continue reading The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Dedicates Song to North Queensland Murder Victim

Five Minute Intro To: The Taste

After hearing more about Cairns-based act The Taste and their upcoming album launch in Townsville, we thought it was about time to learn more about this awesome act, and introduce you to them… Girl caught up with band member and manager Mitch Sullivan to get the down low. Who is The Taste? “The Taste are a musical ensemble from Cairns in Far North Queenland who started as … Continue reading Five Minute Intro To: The Taste

Butterfingers Back For More Than One Big Night

Brisbane’s most original hip hop export is undoubtedly Butterfingers, led by frontman ‘Evil’ Eddie Jacobson. Whilst their lyrical content keeps them off commercial radio, for the most part, they’ve enjoyed a successful career of ARIA nominations and Hottest 100 nods spanning over 15 years (including several years’ hiatus from 2009) and re-emerged better than ever earlier this year with their comeback single, Big Night Out. … Continue reading Butterfingers Back For More Than One Big Night