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Kasey Chambers, Birds of Tokyo and Sheppard Set To Perform At 2018 Adelaide 500

by Paul Cashmere

Kasey Chambers, Birds of Tokyo, Sheppard as well as Bad//Dreems will open for the headline entertainment at the end of each day of the Adelaide 500 in March.

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Get Your Groove On Grabs Birds Of Tokyo and Pete Murray For Outdoor Shows

by Noise11.com

Sydney’s west is being treated to two outdoor events with Get Your Groove On in February.

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Birds of Tokyo Add Some Queensland Shows

by Noise11.com

Birds Of Tokyo have added some shows in Queensland while they are around the area for the Pineapple Music Festival.

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Birds of Tokyo Set Harlequins Tour Regional Dates

by Paul Cashmere

Birds of Tokyo will hit the road again soon to take the Harlequins album live to regional areas.

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Sunshine Coast Squeezes Out Another Big Pineapple Music Festival

by Paul Cashmere

Queensland’s Sunshine Coast will welcome back the Big Pineapple Music Festival in May with Birds of Tokyo, Peking Duk and The Veronicas in the bill.

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Australian Charts: Birds Of Toyko Leads Over Bon Jovi In First Day Sales

by Paul Cashmere

Birds of Tokyo’s fifth album ‘Brace’ is outselling Bon Jovi’s 13th ‘This House Is Not For Sale’ in first day sales in Australia.

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New Music Releases 4 November 2016

by Gavin Ryan

Major new titles coming out this week include: Robbie Williams, Alicia Keys, Birds of Tokyo, Bon Jovi, Harrison Craig, Neil Diamond, PEZ, re-issues of the Crowded House back catalogue and Best of collections for The Fray, Joe Cocker.

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Watch Birds Of Tokyo ‘Empire’ Video

by Paul Cashmere

Birds of Tokyo have released a video for ‘Empire’ ahead of their Australian tour.

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Birds Of Tokyo Prep Brace Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Birds of Tokyo will take their next album ‘Brace’ live around Australia.

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Birds of Tokyo Debut Brace

by Paul Cashmere

Birds of Tokyo are heading in a ‘darker, dystopic, cinematic’ direction with their next album ‘Brace’.

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Set Times For Perth’s Southbound Fire Relief Concert TODAY

by Announcement

Set Times Announced Lord Mayor’s Distress Relief Fund – Waroona and Districts Fire Relief Appeal 2016.

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New Music Releases For 6 November 2015

by Gavin Ryan

Little Mix, Sara Barielles, Bob Dylan, Seal, CeeLo Green, Natalie Merchant, Ellie Goulding, Tim McGraw, Birds of Tokyo, Sarah Blasko, Sam Smith (repacked), Joe Moore, You Am I and the Ministry of Sound Annual for 2016 lead the week’s new music releases.

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Falls Festival Adds 28 Acts For Lorne

by Paul Cashmere

The Falls Festival in Lorne is already sold-out but here are 28 more acts you will see if you scored a ticket.

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Birds Of Tokyo To Release Singles Collection

by Paul Cashmere

Birds of Tokyo have rounded up the singles from their 10 years together for a best of album ‘Playlist’.

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‘Weird Al’ Yankovic To Play Southbound 2016

by Paul Cashmere

‘Weird Al’ Yankovic is going to perform at a rock festival. The musicomedian has been tapped for Southbound 2016 in Western Australia.

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Falls Festival Line-up For 2015 Announced

by Paul Cashmere

The first line-up for the Falls Festival for 2015 has been revealed.

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Django Django Guest This Week on Noise11 iHeartRadio

by Paul Cashmere

Jimmy Dixon of Django Django is the special guest on iHeartRadio Music News, powered by Noise11 this week.

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Birds Of Tokyo Drop Anchor With New Music

by Paul Cashmere

Birds Of Tokyo release four brand new songs by the end of this week. ‘Anchors’ in an E.P. of songs about their time in Los Angeles.

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Birds Of Tokyo, Sunny Cowgirls Kick Off Deni Ute Muster 2015

by Paul Cashmere

The Deni Ute Muster organisers have revealed that the first three acts for 2015 are Birds of Tokyo, The Wolfe Brothers and The Sunny Cowgirls.

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Vance Joy and Birds Of Tokyo Lead APRA Music Awards 2014 Nominations

by Paul Cashmere

Vance Joy and Birds of Tokyo lead the APRA Music Awards 2014 announcement with four nominations each including the centrepiece award for ‘Song of the Year’.

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APRA Shortlist 20 Song of the Year Contenders

by Paul Cashmere

With the APRA Music Awards heading to Brisbane in June, APRA have revealed 20 songs up for the major award Song of the Year.

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Birds Of Tokyo Announce First 2014 Dates

by Paul Cashmere

Birds of Tokyo have locked in some very different shows for their first dates for 2014 in February.

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Midweek Chart: Arctic Monkeys Shows Promise For Number One

by Gavin Ryan

Arctic Monkeys should have the number one album in Australia in the next chart.

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Watch Lisa Crawley Video Shot By Birds Of Tokyo Director Sean Gilligan

by Paul Cashmere

New Zealand’s Lisa Crawley has a video for her new album ‘All In My Head’ in Brisbane with Sean Gilligan, who has worked with Birds of Tokyo, Silverchair and Missy Higgins.

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Hunters & Collectors And Birds Of Tokyo To Play At The AFL Grand Final

by Paul Cashmere

Hunters & Collectors and Birds Of Tokyo have been announced as the acts to perform at the AFL Grand Final in Melbourne on September 28.

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First Hunters & Collectors Cover From Crucible Is From Birds Of Tokyo

by Paul Cashmere

Birds of Tokyo’s version of Hunters & Collectors ‘Talking To A Stranger’ is the first official single from ‘Crucible – The Songs Of Hunters & Collectors’.

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Muse Sell Out First Melbourne Show, Add Second Date

by Paul Cashmere

Muse will perform a second show for Melbourne after tickets for the first sold out in minutes after going on sale this morning.

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Karnivool Asymmetry Is Australia’s Forth Faster Seller Of 2013

by Paul Cashmere

Karnivool’s ‘Asymmetry’ sold 15,176 copies in Australia last week making it the forth fastest selling album of 2013 and the second fastest selling Australian album for first week sales.

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Ian Kenny Of Karnivool Describes 2013 As A Nutball Year

by Paul Cashmere

Karnivool and Birds of Tokyo lead singer Ian Kenny has described 2013 as a “nutball year” after become the first artist ever to debut at number one in two different active bands in the same calendar year.

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ARIA Album Update: Karnivool Asymmetry Is Number One

by Gavin Ryan

2013 is shaping up to be the best year for No.1 albums by Australian acts this decade, as the eighth local act to hit the top are Karnivool, who take their third album “Asymmetry” straight in at No.1 on the ARIA Albums chart this week.

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For the first time this year a song has climbed back up to the top of the ARIA Singles chart, and with the last such occurrence being back in September 2014, it's been awhile since we've seen a returning track; as this week "One Dance" by Drake notches up his fifth week at the top of the Australian singles chart.

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