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Sunday, October 7th, 2018


Mumford & Sons Australian Tour 2019

Making stops in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, the comprehensive run will see the wildly popular quartet reconnect with a fanbase hungry for new material nearly four years after the release of their previous ARIA #1 album Wilder Mind. With new single ‘Guiding Light’ released last month, Mumford & Sons have once again proven, they are in the form of their lives. Speaking about the new album, lead singer Marcus Mumford has said that Delta represents a place where “order meets chaos and shelter meets wilderness”. In this observation, he could easily be referring to the bands’ infamous knack for sweeping, organised musical tumult.Read More

Single Release: Mel Parsons – I Got The Lonely

After being added to rotation on ABC Country this week, Kiwi singer and songwriter Mel Parsons officially releases her brand new clip for ‘I Got The Lonely‘. Giving fans a taste of what’s to come on her new full-length album, which is out later this year, Parsons revealed the lead single last month in a series of live performances on New Zealand radio, including Radio Hauraki and RNZ all-while featuring on the ‘Chilled Roots’ Spotify playlist. Produced and directed by Tim McInnes at Ruffell Productions and filmed on a skate ramp in the basementRead More

Single Release: Creo – Plasticine Mezzanine

Following on from their recently released standout single ‘In The Red’, Sydney-based indie-rock group CREO have just revealed the follow up track ‘Plasticine Mezzanine’ – produced by long-time collaborator Nathan Sheehy (Dune Rats, Birds of Tokyo, Kim Churchill). Momentarily building with a stirring intro, ‘Plasticine Mezzanine’ swiftly kicks in with infectious guitar hooks riding over a monstrous wall of sound, before sliding gracefully into its nonchalant verses. The track finds an extra gear as it enters its soaring and compelling choruses, led by the melodic screams of frenetic front man Jorjee Haman. EP title track ‘In The Red’ was warmlyRead More

2018 Adelaide Film Festival

The ADL Film Fest Fund today announced the internationally anticipated Hotel Mumbai is set for an Australian Premiere at the 2018 ADL Film Fest Opening Night Gala on Wednesday 10 October. The Toronto International Film Festival had earlier announced the Hotel Mumbai World Premiere in September, the same event that launched the international hit Lion in 2016. The Hotel Mumbai Gala Premiere will take place at GU Filmhouse, followed by the ADL Film Fest Opening Night party at the Queen’s Theatre. The event kicks off the festival’s boldly curated 11-day programmeRead More

Single Release: Rackett – Tried To Quit

After having a huge year out on the road through 2017 and 2018 playing over 150 shows and releasing critically acclaimed EP ‘Ready Or Not’ Rackett have returned triumphant as ever with their new single, ‘Tried To Quit’. With snappy production and an attitude-laden delivery of lead vocals and punk harmonies, ‘Tried To Quit’ deals with all the vices and habits we can’t quite kick. As ever with this one, Rackett have brought us a relatable tale that is primed for a sweaty rock and roll environment. Opening with a fantastic distorted bass line whichRead More