In Melbourne for their 2nd of two shows, the ever-so-irresistible The Dead Weather managed to pull a distant, yet enthused crowd to The Forum, in what would ultimately end up being an exhibition of thrilling entertainment.
The Temper Trap have reconfirmed their status as one of Australia’s hottest rock exports, selling out Melbourne’s Festival Hall in just one day.
Hawaiian-born singer-songwriter Jack Johnson will release his new album, entitled To The Sea, on June 4, 2010, on his own label, Brushfire Records.
Jean Claude Van Damme movies are best known for their over the top scripts, amazing fly kicks and bad acting. However what happens when you mix an excerpt from the movie Bloodsport with the Mentos theme music?
We review the MICF show of JACK DRUCE, KARL CHANDLER, ANYONE FOR TENNIS? and SAM SIMMONS
Nashville-based 4-piece The Dead Weather have announced plans for the release of their sophomore album Sea Of Cowards.
Armed with their brand new single, The Saddest Thing I Know, Birds Of Tokyo will be performing throughout May and June across Australia
Cult comedy trio, The Shambles with Sos, Valvo & Lynchy, return to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with a brand new show, “The Shambles – Live At A Ballroom”, which see’s this hapless trio peddling their wares in Trades Hall’s New Ballroom from April 6 to April 18.
WATCH OUT FOR | COMEDY sat down with the former C31 personalities, who talk all things comedy, stints in commercial Radio and TV, as well as explaining just what the hell is behind that name?
With comparisons being made to powerhouse British vocalists Joss Stone, Amy Winehouse, Duffy and Adele, it’s little wonder as to why fellow Brit, Alice Russell, is wowing worldwide audiences with her unique brand of Soul/Funk/Blues.
Lucky fans who managed to secure tickets to MGMT’s sold out, one night only performance in Sydney will also be treated to a performance by psychedelic Perth rockers Tame Impala.
Here WATCH OUT FOR | COMEDY offers up some of the worst sport injuries of all time, and believe us, this isn’t for the faint-hearted.
Together, Angus & Julia Stone create harmonies and moods that resonates intimate familiarity. WOF’s Canberra reporter Claire Brown recounts their show Canberra’s ANU Bar that kicked off their current Down The Way Tour.