There is nothing like a good ‘Best Of’ compilation to add to your collection. A little later this year Ozzy Osbourne will release Memoirs of a Madman, a 17-track compilation of his biggest tracks as a solo artist. A cool bonus is an accompanying DVD featuring music videos, unreleased live performances and interviews. If you want to shell out a few extra bucks, a special bundle will also feature a 2-LP set and an autographed poster.
The It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia gang have a lot of wisdom. Well, wisdom may be a stretch but let’s go with it. In January 2015 the fantastic five will release The 7 Secrets of Awakening the Highly Effective Four-Hour Giant, Today, a book detailing their tips on how to make the most successful you – today! How better to go about your New Year’s resolution than with life tips from the pros.
Due to overwhelming success, good guy Damien Leith has teed up a bunch of encore Without a Fight tour dates. The tour keeps the spotlight on 2013’s Chapter Seven, an acoustic folk-pop release that gave a farewell handshake to his previous label Sony while saying hello to his new home at Social Family Records. Leith was crowned Australian Idol in 2006. Bennett’s Lane Jazz Club – September 5 & September 6.
Creator of the Tekken series, Katsuhiro Harada, says that fans can expect the latest in the series about the Mishima family to be released before the end of the year. Harada took to Twitter following the release of the latest trailer, engaging fans one-on-one in what can be expected. Meanwhile, the head of Epic Studios Japan, Taka Kawasaki, confirmed that a PC version of the game is happening.
It has been a long, warm and colourful ride we’ve shared with Bluejuice. But the ride has come to an end. Following 13 years together the Sydney group has decided that the end of the year will also see the end of the band. Fortunately, they’ll be leaving fans with a new single, a greatest hits compilation and a tour.
Back in 1983 during a sun-kissed Los Angeles day, NOFX were formed. Now 31 years later the band are still going strong and have just announced an Australian tour. That’s right kiddies, the punk rockers are coming down under. Better yet they’ll be playing a show in Geelong on November 18, chances are this won’t happen again so get your tickets from Oztix now.
Described by the Herald Sun as “an old-fashioned, Springsteen-style storyteller with a soulful, mature voice”, Liz Stringer has established herself as one of Melbourne’s finest musicians. It has been a couple of years since Liz released Warm in the Darkness; however, its glow continues to be felt.
It looks as though the much-talked about Kurt Cobain biopic is due to begin within the next year or so. Speaking with Ruben Nepales of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Courtney Love said: “I do have a say in it. So do Frances, and Krist and Dave (Grohl), for that matter, if it touches on Nirvana – and it will. I am leading the charge because it’s time to do this.” Will we finally find out who shot Kurt Cobain?