It's the first day of Spring - but more excitingly, today has been jammed packed full of amazing news in the music world. Check out the latest happenings below!!
The Garden Share Support Details For Upcoming Shows + Add Another Tassie Show:
Hailing from the West Coast, neo-punk twins The Garden, have gained an incredible rep for their experimental and powerful live shows. They have four releases up their sleeves and have a forthcoming LP on the way entitled HAHA, which is set for release on October 8th. Joining them across their dates around the country will be Gold Glass and Miss Destiny in Melbourne, Wax Witches and White Lodge in The Gold Coast, Wax Witches, Edward Thatch and The Salvage in Byron Bay (free show), and Tantric Sax in Hobart. They've also announced a new show in Launceston, which will also appear Bansheeland and Lennin Mkarthey.
Thursday 24th September - The Curtin - Melbourne - tickets
Friday 25th September - Elsewhere - Gold Coast - tickets
Saturday 26th September - The Great Northern - free show
Sunday 27th September - Sounds Of The Suburbs Festival - Sydney - tickets
Sunday 27th September - Rolling Stone's 'Live in the Lodge' - Sydney - tickets
Friday 2nd October - The Royal Oak - Launceston - door sales only *new show*
Saturday 3rd October - The Brisbane Hotel - Hobart - door sales only
The Lulu Raes Release Music Video For 'Burnout' Ahead Of BIGSOUND:
They've supported the likes of Sticky Fingers, The Vines, DMA's, Little Bastard, and Art of Sleeping in the past, now Sydney lads The Lulu Raes will be taking on BIGSOUND on Sept 9th, King St Crawl on Sept 6th, AU Review's 7th Birthday on Sept 11th as well Small World Festival on Sept 19th. With all the craziness going on, they've squeezed in time to unleash the video for 'Burnout'. Watch the clip below...
Magic America Announce East Coast Dates:
Aussie Psych-rockers Magic America dropped their debut EP last week, today they've released deets of an east coast tour. Their EP provides a perfect snapshot of what they're all about, and features tracks on a range of subjects including looniness and denial, as well as being that drunk dude at a party. You can catch them on the road at the below dates. Tickets are available at the doors, unless specified otherwise
Saturday 26th September - The Bearded Lady - Brisbane
Sunday 27th September - Sounds of Sunday - Gold Coast
Friday 2nd October - Baha's Taco Joint - Rye (VIC)
Friday 9th October - The Curtin - Melbourne - tickets
Friday 16th October - Lazy Bones - Marrickville (NSW)
Saturday 17th October - Oxford Art Factory - Sydney