Posted on April 9, 2018

To celebrate the release of ORBIT, their fifth album and boldest work to date, Sydney duo SPIT SYNDICATE are embarking on a massive 20-date tour hitting capitals and regionals across Australia.


Widely regarded as one of the country’s most exciting and forward-thinking hip-hop acts, Spit Syndicate have opened 2018 by dropping the hard-hitting singles ‘Contraband & Conversation’, ’F**k It’ and ‘Errands’.


Barely a year since their critically-acclaimed album ONE GOOD SHIRT HAD US ALL FLY, ORBIT features guest appearances by Turquoise Prince, Tuka (Thundamentals), Kai (Jackie Onassis) and rising star imbi the girl.


Founding members of the powerhouse One Day collective, Nick Lupi, and Jimmy Nice are renowned for their high energy live show. Backed on stage by live keys and guitar, the Orbit tour (with special guests TBA) promises to be the duo’s strongest and most explosive live show yet.


Friday, July 6

Tickets: $20.00 + BF – here.


Posted on April 9, 2018

Comedian Isaac Butterfield takes his long-awaited (By Him) debut Australian Comedy Tour “Bad For Your Health” across the country in 2018…


Five years after starting his stand up career in Pubs and Clubs performing to crowds of as little as 3 people and as many as 800 – Butterfield has put together his favorite jokes that might just be ‘Bad For Your Health’.


Boasting an impressive 400,000 followers, over 20 million video views and a total of four real-life friends – Butterfield has been preparing for this show since he can remember. From the days of rocking a double chin in High School to the present days of rocking “the greatest beard ever seen by mankind” (A quote from him), this modest man can’t wait to make you Laugh, Cry and hopefully not ask for your money back.


Hailing from a small beach community in NSW, this pale as f**k straight white male, covers all the topics that would otherwise get him fired from any normal job and be on the front page of Buzzfeed. From race to religion and Australian culture to d**k pics.


Isaac Butterfield has cemented himself as the next big thing in Australian Stand up, make sure you don’t miss it.


“A hilarious knack for classic Australian Commentary” GQ Magazine


“A Bigot that relies on shock value to make people laugh” Person Without Humor, 3rd row at Show in Newcastle 2017


Saturday, June 2

Tickets: $35.00 + BF – here.


Posted on March 29, 2018

Trophy Eyes have had an epic 12 months since they released their acclaimed new album Chemical Miracle, which debuted at #8 on the ARIA Album Chart and has been lauded for its raw emotion, depth of introspection and courage.


Trophy Eyes backed it up with a chill-inducing set at UNIFY 2017, and much to the dismay of the triple j text line, the boys from Newcastle missed out on a place on the Hottest 100 by a whisker, landing #101 with their heart-wrenching anthem “Chlorine”. This culminated in their biggest Australian headline tour to date, which saw sold out signs on each and every box office around the country. The demand for Trophy Eyes was so strong that half the tour sold out two months in advance.


Friday, May 11


Tickets: $30.00 + BF – here.



Posted on March 29, 2018

To be released on 19 April, Sophia is the second single from Tijuana Cartel’s special vinyl edition E.P. Ishtar’s Descent. Having recently joined the burgeoning roster of Brisbane’s highly respected agency PS Music Group, the group are poised to embark on one of their most comprehensive national tours in recent memory.


Tijuana Cartel are nationally loved for their east meets west, fat, bass-fuelled electronica. A truly unique act that have been mesmerising their ever-growing audience for well over a decade, they continue to set an exceptionally high standard in both live performance and sound production.


The Sophia tour kicks off on March 28 with two shows at Hotel Brunswick, where they will be recording their upcoming live album; and will continue through till August with a huge closing show at iconic venue The Lansdowne in Sydney. The tour also features several festival dates and a 4-date run in WA.


Sophia features Paul George’s signature soul-stirring guitar work, overlaying a stomping four-to-the-floor rhythm with a deep, driving quality. In some ways, it’s a strong throwback to the sound that established Tijuana Cartel as a nationally acclaimed electronic act. Their signature marriage of world flavours and squelchy electronica has since formed a movement all of its own, and this track encapsulates the sound of that movement precisely.


‘This song highlights our strength and individuality as Tijuana Cartel’, says George. ‘It has a strong four to the floor beat, trippy electronic analogue synths, Cuban style percussion, trumpet riffs and of course the sound of Flamenco guitar.’


Described by George as ‘trance lost in a new world’, Sophia masterfully amalgamates the progressive sonic soundscapes that Tijuana have honed to perfection, with the world music instrumentation that define their enduring sound.


A highly anticipated digitally animated film clip for Sophia is currently being cooked up by Carey O’Sullivan in the Cartel’s Gold Coast studio (known as The Lab). If his previous effort on Ishtar is anything to go by, the follow up will be a psychedelic, mind-bending, multi-sensory, fractal indulgence. He has spent several months coding the scripts to bring this next masterpiece to life and it will be unveiled in the very near future.


Sophia is available from major online retailers. The second track to come from their limited-edition vinyl release.


Friday, July 27


Tickets: $25.00 + BF – here.



Posted on March 29, 2018

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets are excited to be hitting up UOW UniBar in Wollongong alongside their national support for Royal Blood.


Psychedelic Porn Crumpets came together in 2014 and have been described by The Music as “resembling Jimi Hendrix fresh off the end of a light globe”. The quartet have spring-boarded off the back of 2016’s momentum, releasing debut effort High Visceral (Part 1) to critical acclaim. Having supported local mainstays such as King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and Canada’s Black Mountain, as well as touring nationally, the group are in no danger of slowing down.


Renowned for their crowd surfing inducing, mosh pit embracing live show the four-piece have sold out multiple headline tours, including a national tour in December 2017 in support of their High Visceral B-Sides release.


Saturday, April 21


Tickets: $12.00 + BF – here.



Posted on March 29, 2018

Iconoclastic purveyors of drone-laden psychedelia, The Brian Jonestown Massacre make their long-awaited Australian return in June, 2018. With their brand new album Something Else and an exclusive invitation as guests of Vivid Sydney, the band have extended their trip with dates right across the country.


“The Brian Jonestown Massacre are a wildly original and thrilling live band who have built a career out of prioritising art over commercial compromise, ” explains Vivid Sydney’s Stephen Ferris. “This maverick approach continues to sustain their relevance to a generation of music lovers making it a no brainer when it came to inviting them to be part of Vivid Sydney.”


Lead by prolific outlier Anton Newcombe, The Brian Jonestown Massacre have ploughed their own fertile furrow in the field of neo-psychedelia, yielding an impressive harvest of 15 acclaimed studio albums across 28 years, including the brand new long player Something Else, which returns to the classic BJM reduction of swirling retro-hued guitars, washed over droning, hypnotic primal rhythms and Newcombe’s trademark edifying and biting social commentary.


The Brian Jonestown Massacre have built a devoted fan base in Australia, galvanised by electrifying live shows across multiple tours since the mid 2000’s and nourished by an impressively constant flow of exciting new recorded music. BJM fans know that each time they strap in for another journey with the band, whether on record, or in mortal flesh they are in for one hell of a f#@king trip.


Sunday, June 10


Tickets: $59.41 + BF – here.



Posted on March 23, 2018

Bursting on to the scene in 2012, Canterbury quartet Moose Blood solidified themselves as one of the UK’s hottest exports. With an absolutely exceptional clutch of new songs under their belt, Moose Blood are thrilled to announce their eagerly-awaited return to Australia touring nationally in August/September with special guests, Southern Californian post-hardcore, emo four-piece, Movements.


In an era where a majority of musicians seem to view writing good songs as low down the list of attributes required for a successful career, Moose Blood are that rarest of things: a band who let the songs do the talking.


2016’s ‘Blush’ took the best of American mid-west emo and updated it with a quintessentially British twist, proved to be a breakout success, crashing the UK top 10 and propelling the band on to the main stages of Reading and Leeds Festival and Lollapalooza as well sold out shows at L.A’s legendary Troubadour, New York’s Bowery Ballroom and London’s KOKO – to say nothing of the Kerrang! and Alternative Press Music Awards nominations they’ve picked up on the way.


Their 2018 release ‘I Don’t Think I Can Do This Anymore’ (out now via Hopeless Records) was recorded in Los Angeles with long-time collaborator Beau Burchell. It’s an LP which delves into the most complexly emotional territory they’ve ever explored.


Music and emotion share a timeless physiological, psychological, and spiritual bond. A chord, a melody, or a lyric can lift spirits and inspire. Movements achieve that sort of reaction on their full-length debut, Feel Something (out via Fearless Records). That musical empathy quietly launched Movements on an upward trajectory in 2015.


Formed by longtime friends, the group landed a deal with Fearless Records after just one local gig. Acclaimed by the likes of Alternative Press and New Noise Magazine, songs like “Nineteen” and “Kept” each respectively amassed over 800K Spotify streams and counting as they have toured nonstop. Ultimately, Movements bring emotion to life in each note.


Taking in the biggest venues Moose Blood have ever tackled, the four-piece look set to be helping a lot more fans, old and new so get along to one of the shows.


Wednesday, September 5

Tickets: $46.50 + BF – here.


Posted on March 12, 2018


When Eddie was a teenager, one of his friends gave him a CD with 4 harmony-infused demos Taras had made using the inbuilt microphone on his old computer. The two had never met but Eddie listened to the songs non-stop. At the same time, Taras coincidentally stumbled upon mp3’s of Eddie’s first band and his unorthodox singing style intrigued him. Although they had a web of mutual friends, it would still be a year before they would finally meet at a party.


But before they wrote music together, they joined a cult. They had befriended the cult leader in the surf one day, and it was during one of their many trips to India they met Tom’s sister at an ashram. She told them that her brother was a drummer, so when they returned to Sydney and heard him play the piano and bass they realised they needed this multi-instrumentalist, and promised him that when they started a band he would be in it. A little while later (immediately after the dissolution of the cult) the final seeds of the band started coming together. Taras met Marcus at the beach, and due to Marcus’ funny haircut and massive scar over his heart, he was hired before they even heard him play bass. Angus joined soon after, although no one really knows or cares the where’s or how’s of his entry.


After recording a few demos in their friend’s Croydon Park shed, and a couple of practices in an artist shared-collective space, they formed The Lulu Raes. Having released a string of singles, including triple j favourite ‘Burnout’, the band released their ‘All Our Parents Are Divorced’ EP. Touring with Sticky Fingers, The Jungle Giants and Polish Club, as well as playing a bunch of festivals across Australia, the band have recently released their latest singles ‘Fake It’ and ‘Fade Away’ — ‘Lulu’, their debut album drops May 4th.


Electro-skank-hop 2-piece, Gold Member, will be bringing their 80’s synths and hooks along for the ride with other remarkable guests to be announced.


Friday, May 18

Tickets: $17.00 + BF – here.


Posted on March 8, 2018

BOO Seeka’s synths and beats keep the energy sizzling like a neon sign on the Miami strip. The Sydney hip-hop-psych-soul project begun an outlet for a couple of musical experiments, a testing ground for new sounds. And it’s growing, multiplying and producing delicious sounds.


A combination of pulsating synth sounds that bed down layered textures of electronic bass and percussive beats. Influenced by the layerings and experimental beats of Major Lazer, the cool swagger of DJ Shadow and The Seed 2.0’s Cody Chestnutt’s soulful vocal delivery. BOO SEEKA snaps up melodies and bounces them off hip-hop/R&B driven grooves and beats that vibe.


To date, the duo have accumulated over 11 million Spotify streams and dominated national airwaves with their singles ‘Oh My’, ‘Deception Bay’ and ‘Fool’. Their 2015 debut ‘Kingdom Leader’ peaked at #6 on the Australian iTunes Electronic chart, and was premiered and featured as Song of the Week on . The track made blog and radio waves abroad with features on The Music Ninja and LaBelle Musique and received airplay on KCRW (California), and on XFM in the UK. BOO Seeka’s follow up single ‘Deception Bay’ reached #50 in triple j’s 2015 Hottest 100 edition and snagged the outfit a J Award nomination for Unearthed Artist of the Year in 2015.


BOO Seeka’s infectious live performance have seen multiple sold-out headline tours and festivals in Australia and abroad, including appearances at Groovin’ The Moo, Splendour In the Grass, Party in the Paddock, The Big Pineapple Festival, The Great Escape (UK) and SXSW (Austin TX, USA) earlier this year. They’ve supported the likes of Sticky Fingers, SAFIA, DMA’s, Jarryd James, Cherub (USA) and North East Party House to mention a few. More recently, they’ve sold out headline shows in Amsterdam, 2 shows in London, San Francisco and New York, proving that they’re songs and infectious rhythms travel beyond their breeding grounds.


Their debut album, ‘Never Too Soon’ was released August 4th, 2017 (through Sureshaker and Warner Music Australia). Working with producer and long time collaborator, Ian Pritchett ( Bootleg Rascal & Lyall Moloney ), expect development in the duo’s sound, with band member Sammy Seeka describing Never Too Soon as: “This album best reflects our recent life experiences, encapsulating all we’ve encountered over the past two and a half years. Our recording process for the album followed no structure; we recorded vocals in carparks, tour buses and our studios in Sydney. One vocal loop was recorded into an iPhone on stage in a theatre in America. Ultimately every idea and piece of music we had come together in my bedroom studio, we then took it to our producer Ian Pritchett’s garage studio and that’s where the songs came to life.”


‘Never Too Soon’ placed at #1 on the Australian iTunes Album Charts on the day of release and debuted at #8 on the first week ARIA Album Charts. It was also chosen to be Triple J’s feature album of the week, the week after its release.


Their most recent singles, ‘Does This Last’ & ‘Turn Up Your Light’ navigates through a bed of spacey synth and string layers. Building on their eclectic soul-tronic sounds. Both singles have been placed on high rotation on Triple J and have been featured on a few Spotify AU/NZ playlists (including 5 weeks on the Indie Mixtape playlist). With a freshly developed sound and an impressive live show to follow, 2017 cemented the duo as a force to be reckoned with.


Friday, April 13

Tickets: $25.00 + BF – here.


Posted on March 6, 2018

Based on the South Coast of New South Wales, Pacific Avenue is a four-piece alternative rock band, blending authentic rock and roll with today’s modern sound. As the name states, there’s a heavy influence from surf culture, and the inspiration community and location provide. Birthed in early 2017, the boys have found themselves supporting artists such as San Cisco, British India, and The Belligerents. Their debut single ‘In Your Arms’ became a familiar track in their set, reaching #1 on Triple J Unearthed a week after release in early May. Pacific Avenue also played 2017’s Sounds of the Suburbs festival in Sutherland. 2018 has already proven to be exciting as the band followed Tyne-James Organ as main support on his ‘Watch You Go’ Tour in February. Their first headline tour after a year on the scene sees them kick things off at home, appearing at UOW UniBar’s Garden Party alongside Allday, Northeast Party House, Ruby Fields & more.


‘Sally’ is a love song written by singer Harry O’Brien. The track exposes the band’s range, as punchy riffs take a seat and vocally driven melodies become the core emphasis. The lyrics tell a classic tale of boy meets girl, daydreaming and falling in love. We’ve all experienced the hypnosis of love at first sight, imagining a life with a person, but coming to the realisation that you don’t know a thing about them. A climatic chorus eventually meets the song’s progressive build up, as the boys do what they do best – belt it out. Pacific Avenue are more than delighted to bring you ‘Sally’.



Friday, March 23

Tickets: $55.00 + BF – here.