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Tropical Fuck Storm

Tropical Fuck Storm 2019 Australian dates

by Paul Cashmere

Gareth Liddiard will take Tropical Fuck Storm for a tour up and down the east coast of Australia in March 2019.

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Peter Garrett Midnight Oil 6 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Midnight Oil to play live again in the Simpson Desert in 2019

by Paul Cashmere

Midnight Oil will perform again at The Big Red Bash in the Simpson Desert in 2019.

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The Beasts

The Beasts are Still Here to honour the Beast of Bourbon

by Paul Cashmere

Without Spencer P. Jones and Brian Henry Hooper there is no more Beasts of Bourbon but in their honour there is The Beasts.

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J Mascis photo by Ros O'Gorman

J Mascis is heading to Brunswick

by Paul Cashmere

J Mascis will perform at the Brunswick Music festival in March.

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Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp will play guitar at Shane MacGowan wedding

by Music-News.com

Johnny Depp will be providing the music at the wedding of Shane MacGowan and Victoria Mary Clarke.

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Pete Doherty, music news, noise11.com, The Libertines

Pete Doherty donates artwork to prison charity

by Music-News.com

The Libertines co-frontman, Babyshambles leader, solo artist, poet, actor and painter Peter Doherty is generously donating a selection of his artwork to an exhibition and auction for a charity that is very close to his heart.

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Middle Kids- Lost Friends

J Awards for 2018 have been announced and here are all the winners

by Noise11.com

Triple J has announced its J Awards for 2018. Middle Kids, Gurrumul, Kwame and Mojo Juju are this year’s winners.

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Flea, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Photo By Graham Spillard

Red Hot Chili Peppers add another Sydney date

by Paul Cashmere

Red Hot Chili Peppers will play a second and final Sydney show. The second event is at Qudos on 20 February.

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J Mascis photo by Ros O'Gorman

Wollongong’s The Farmer & The Owl Festival reveals 2019 line-up

by Noise11.com

Wollongong’s The Farmer & The Owl Festival will return in March 2019 to a new location McCabe Park and here is the line-up.

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Happy Mondays, Noise11, Photo

Happy Mondays to perform Pills ‘n’ Thrills and Bellyaches on Australian tour

by Paul Cashmere

Happy Monday’s third album ‘Pills ‘n’ Thrills and Bellyaches’ is considered by fans to be their finest achievement. It was certainly their most success album.

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Flea, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Photo By Graham Spillard

Red Hot Chili Peppers have just leaked their Australian tour dates

by Paul Cashmere

Red Hot Chili Peppers appear to have hit publish on their Twitter feed early alerting fans to an Australian tour in February.

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My Friend The Chocolate Cake perform at the Recital Centre in Melbourne on 16 June 2017. Photo by Ros OGorman

David Bridie Teases ‘The Wisdom Line’ with ‘She’s Upped and Gone’ video

by Paul Cashmere

David Bridie has debuted the video for his new song ‘She’s Upped and Gone’ ahead of the release of his first solo album in almost years ‘The Wisdom Line’.

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Peter Garrett Midnight Oil 6 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Midnight Oil are selling their Music Gear

by Paul Cashmere

Midnight Oil are clearing out the cupboards. The band will list nearly 40 pieces of music gear for sale at reverb.com from next Friday 16 November, 2018.

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Regurgitator

Spod Creates the New Regurgitator Video

by Noise11.com

Brett Griffin (aka Spod) is the man behind the new Regurgitator video ‘I Get The Internet’.

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Sampa The Great 13th AMP showcase Pop up at the Arts Centre Foyer Melbourne on a Flatbed Truck. Photo Ros O'Gorman

triple j Awards for 2018 Nominees are here

by Paul Cashmere

The triple j Awards nominees for 2018 are in and its a big year. Amy Shark, Courtney Barnett, Tash Sultana lead a strong female contingency for Album of the Year while the diversity of Sampa the Great to John Butler Trio makes for a wide Artist of the Year list.

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Flea, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Photo By Graham Spillard

Red Hot Chili Peppers Play a Halloween Show at Chad Smith’s Kids School

by Paul Cashmere

Red Hot Chili Peppers Play A Halloween Show At Chad Smith’s Kids School

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Bigger Than Jesus

Sons of Chris Wilson to join Bigger Than Jesus at Espy Gig

by Paul Cashmere

George and Fenn Wilson, the sons of Melbourne bluesman Chris Wilson, will join the Bigger Than Jesus line-up at The Espy in December to honour their father with their band Pollyman.

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Mike Noga

Mike Noga to Tour Songs from All Three Solo Albums

by Paul Cashmere

The Drones’ Mike Noga is going on tour to play songs from all of his three solo albums for the first time.

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Watch Courtney Love and Melissa Auf der Maur Reform to Play Hole

by Paul Cashmere

Courtney Love and Melissa Aud der Maur played an almost Hole reunion when they reformed for a Tribute to Courtney Love event in New York on Saturday.

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Matt Corby

Matt Corby Reactivates with Rainbow Valley Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Matt Corby will return to live duties for Live Nation in 2019.

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Moler

Moler Are On A Mission From God, The Band Is Getting Back Together

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s Moler will reform for one 25th anniversary show at The Curtin in Carlton in November.

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San Cisco When I Dream video

Celebrity Snake Stars In New San Cisco Video

by Paul Cashmere

A celebrity snake, who has worked alongside Brad Pitt and Leonardo di Caprio, also stars in the new video ‘When I Dream’ for San Cisco.

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Scott Owen, The Living End, Soundwave, Melbourne, Photo, Ros O'Gorman

The Living End To Release Their First Ever Live Album

by Paul Cashmere

The Living End will release their first-ever live album*. The live recording were sourced from The Living End’s recent European tour.

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Liz Phair

Liz Phair To Perform Selections of Debut ‘Exile In Guyville’ On Her First Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Liz Phair will mark the 25th anniversary of her debut when she tours Australia for the first time in 2019.

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Rufus Du Sol

Rüfüs Du Sol Upscale To Major Venues On National Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Rüfüs Du Sol have upgraded to bigger shows for their 2019 national tour including a headline spot at the prestigious Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne.

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The 2017 APIA Good Times tour in Melbourne at Hamer Hall on Friday 26 May 2017 with Deborah Conway, Colin Hay, Mental As Anything, Black Sorrows.

Do Re Mi Announce By The C Sideshows

by Paul Cashmere

The reformed Do Re Mi have added some sideshows on top of their By The C dates.

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David Draiman of Disturbed photo by Tim Cashmere, music news, noise11.com

Disturbed Don’t Cover Anyone On Evolution On Purpose

by Paul Cashmere

Disturbed fans who are expecting a cover on their new album ‘Evolution’ are in for a surprise. There isn’t one.

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Bigger Than Jesus

Bigger Than Jesus Back At The Espy After Bizarre Rejection

by Paul Cashmere

Steve Lucas’ Bigger Than Jesus are once again on the upcoming schedule for The Espy in St Kilda.

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Courtney Barnett performs in the ABC Melbourne Studio Foyer celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Archie Roach album Charcoal Road. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Mona Foma Offers Free Tickets To The Amish

by Paul Cashmere

Mona Foma curator Brian Ritchie has invited Pennysylvania’s Amish community to Mona Foma 2019.

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Dave Grohl Foo Fighters at Etihad Stadium on Tuesday 30 January 2018. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Nirvana Reform (Or Did They?)

by Paul Cashmere

It was billed as a Nirvana reunion but when is a Nirvana reunion really a Nirvana reunion?

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