Melbourne heavyweights The Delta Riggs are back after three years of radio silence with the fourth instalment in their collection of rock n roll treats, Modern Pressure.
It’s been over a year since Sampa The Great’s last release, Birds And The BEE9, swept across the world, blurring the lines between hip-hop, soul and gospel, and earning herself the 2018 Australian Music Prize.
The ninth annual Bendigo Blues and Roots Music Festival serves up a jam-packed four days of music, talent, art, community, and fun for the whole family. With over 130 acts across 40 venues, the festival is a true celebration and reflection of the blues and roots scene in Bendigo and across the world.
Alongside the good times, great music, a sweet program of workshops, morning yoga, volunteering spirit, and splashing around in the river, it’s a festival which places a particular focus on sustainability and does so in more ways than one.
Fresh from unleashing a row of smashing sets at Splendour in the Grass and a couple of packed venues in Sydney and Melbourne, British pop-punk heartthrob Sam Fender slowed down to chat about his debut album, Hypersonic Missiles.
“Geelong has always been so supportive of my music from the very start and I hold the town very close to my heart for that reason.”
After the sweeping success of the inaugural 2018 event, Loch Hart Music Festival is back for its second year this November, and featuring a huge lineup of acts from Alpine to Didirri, Genesis Owusu, Alice Ivy and so much more.
The Charlton Motel will come alive with the blistering energy from Amyl And The Sniffers, the life-affirming alternative rock from Moaning Lisa, the grimy and visceral Batpiss, a dose of aggravated garage-punk from Pinch Points, the harmony-driven, fuzzed-out sounds of Moody Beaches, and a little bit of everything from Dj Hot Wheels.