‘No More Miracles’ is the Melbourne-based indie-crooner‘s most stunning song to date. Ambitious in its scope but simple in its execution, a gritty introduction gives way to a majestic choral interlude. It needs to be heard to be believed.
His newest single release, Wake Up In The Sky, alongside Bruno Mars and Kodak Black. This marks the first collaboration between the three label mates. Wake Up In The Sky, produced by Bruno Mars, DY, Tre and Tarentino, comes off the heels of last month’s Kept Back featuring Lil Pump. Both tracks, as well as spring’s release of Solitaire featuring Migos, will be featured on Gucci Mane’s forthcoming studio album Evil Genius.
Yet another piece of beautifully crafted indie-folk, ‘Satellite’ follows on from the instantly uplifting ‘Love Is Blind’ and Tebbutt’s solo rendition of ‘All Your Love’, which was originally released as a dance track with Flight Facilities.
ALEX THE ASTRONAUT TOUR DATES
Tickets to 'The Space Tour' on sale 9am Friday 14 September
September 29/30 - Yours & Owls Festival - Wollongong | Tickets
November 22 - The Corner Hotel - Melbourne | Tickets
With Hachiku and Emily Soon
November 23 - Adelaide Uni Bar - Adelaide | Tickets
With Hachiku and special guest TBA
November 24 - Shakafest - Gold Coast | Tickets
November 29 - The Factory - Sydney | Tickets
With Hachiku and Violet
December 1 - The Rosemount - Perth | Tickets
With Duncan Saige and special guest TBA
Well-known and loved for her now-signature, spritely acoustic strumming and conversational storytelling, 'The Space Tour’ announcement comes off the back of what has been a hectic 2018. Kicking off the year with a sold-out co-headline national tour alongside Stella Donnelly, Alex then went on to perform at the UK’s The Great Escape, Primavera Sound in Barcelona, Spin Off Festival in Adelaide and at Byron Bay's Splendour in the Grass.
In 2017, Alex shared her debut EP To Whom it May Concern. Featuring breakout tracks ‘Already Home’ and ‘Rockstar City’, the EP was written and recorded all while she was completing her science degree on a soccer scholarship in New York City. A one-way ticket to Sydney spawned the release of her sophomore EP See You Soon. Championed by triple j, the release included sleeper hit ‘Not Worth Hiding’ which placed #23 in this year’s Hottest 100.
Vile will hit the road in Australia in April 2019 with support from RVG. Catch Kurt Vile and the Violatorsperform shows in Sydney, Wollongong, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Byron Bay Bluesfest. Presales open today at 1pm AEST. Full tour details and ticket links below.
One of the most critically and commercially acclaimed artists of the last decade will releaseBottle It In on Friday 12 October via Matador Records / Remote Control
Pre-order Bottle It In: https://kurtvile.lnk.to/bottleitin
DATES, VENUES & PRE-SALE DETAILS
Whip out your diaries: the dates and venues for the 2019 Laneway Festival are here. As previously announced, the Melbourne event will move to a new, premium location in Footscray. The Auckland, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide and Fremantle legs will return to their beloved, long-standing homes in early 2019. See details below.
The main line-up announcement will be on Tuesday 18 September.
TICKETS TICKETS TICKETS
Laneway Festival fans can gain access to pre-sale tickets by using Visa Checkout. Register now at visacheckout.com.au and add any major payment card (debit or credit). Advance tickets will be available from9am, Thursday 20th September.
The general on sale date is 9am, Tuesday, 25 September.
KEY DATES IN A HANDY FORMAT
Tuesday 18 September - Line-up announced
Thursday 20 September - Visa pre-sale
Tuesday 25 September - General on-sale
Monday 28th January - Albert Park AUCKLAND
Saturday 2nd February - Brisbane Showgrounds, BRISBANE
Sunday 3rd February - SCA and Callan Park, Rozelle SYDNEY
Friday 8th February - Hart's Mill, Port Adelaide ADELAIDE
Saturday 9th February - Footscray Park, Footscray MELBOURNE
Sunday 10th February - Esplanade Reserve and West End FREMANTLE
Melbourne-born, LA-based multidisciplinary artist Banoffee (aka Martha Brown) has today returned with new single 'Muscle Memory' out now via Dot Dash / Remote Control Records. Premiered on triple j's Home & Hosed, 'Muscle Memory' is the first new music since 2015's SOPHIE co-production 'Ripe'. Watch the accompanying video premiered by Noisey below.
Banoffee is interested in the future of a more hyper textualised vein of pop, one that pushes its listeners outside of their comfort zone.
LISTENOUT 2018 DATES
SAT 22 SEP | CATANI GARDENS, MELBOURNE
SUN 23 SEP | WESTERN PARKLANDS, PERTH
SAT 29 SEP | CENTENNIAL PARKLANDS, SYDNEY
SUN 30 SEP | VICTORIA PARK, BRISBANE
Glades – comprised of Karina Wykes and multi-instrumentalist producers Cameron Robertson and Joseph Wenceslao – first attracted widespread attention in 2016, after the release of their track Drive, and has sinceattracted 36 million streams. The trio have since amassed a staggering 150 million global streams. Glades also recently featured on the new FEKI single, Love You Better.