David Bridie is one of Australia’s most prolific and respected songwriters, and his sixth solo album release The Wisdom Line is an immersive multimedia project exploring themes of Melbourne, asylum, home, the transience of our relationships, and trying to make genuine connections in an interconnected world where everyone is talking on their phones.
Congo and the Near Death Experience appear for two Australian dates this year, the RRR being their final show, so we thought we better sit down and chat with the absolute legend.
With a recent string of shows along the east coast and past festival performances at the likes of Kennedys Creek, Baked Beans are keen to get back on the stage and share some of the tracks from their sophomore record, due out soon through Flightless Records.
Hold//Fire return to the Barwon Club after a run of recent Geelong shows on October 25 to celebrate the release of The Space in Between, supported by The Wonder and Geelong alt-rockers Hiddenite.
Hip hop superstar, Illy co-headlines with Sydney coast boys, Ocean Alley, and are joined by Briggs, Alex The Astronaut, Slowly Slowly, Ocean Grove, and current ARIA number 1 record holder Tones and I, Eliott, DRMNGNOW, Jack Botts, Heard Instinct Collective, Pick of the Crop winner, Charlie Mccosh and straight fire sets from killer DJs.
A high energy and mesmerizing live performer playing music that has the emotional sweetness of the blues with a rock and roll sensibility, this folk-rocker is definitely one artist you need to know about.
This tour will be like the Tour De France, but better because there are no bicycles, it’s not just for men and there will be lots of bloody great music. We chat to both bands ahead of the tour.