This morning, we bring you good tidings! Alanis Morissette whose music defined a generation is finally coming back to Australia to play two shows in Sydney and Melbourne. What?! Tickets go on sale next week, set an alarm and get in quick. The last time she graced our shores was back in 1999.Read More
This morning, we woke to the news that Leslie Feist - best known for her iPod ad accompanying banger 1,2,3,4 - is touring Australia and bringing us the songs of her freakishly good new album Pleasure.Read More
Alanis Morissette - beyond iconic. Listen, muse, reminisce, and get ready for her tour down under next January, 2018Read More
When Susan Heymann, the General Manager of Australian promoter giant Chugg Entertainment, was younger, she had a friend named Carly who worked at Channel V. In between classes as a 17 year old, Susan would find herself at the Channel V studios watching Carly work away and come home to her mother and talk about a career in music. Her mother asked, "Do you wanna be like Carly and hang out with bands?" Susan's answer was nothing but prophetic. "Mum, I wanna be Carly's boss."Read More
Well, if this isn't the biggest news of 2017. Sia, Australia's most prominent pop export is coming back to Australia to perform in two stadium shows in Melbourne and Sydney as part of her Nostalgic for the Present Tour. Sia is undoubtedly one of the biggest pop stars in the world working with everyone from Kendrick Lamar to Beyoncé. Sia was the most-streamed female artist on Spotify last year, and in August last year, she became the first woman over 40 to top the US charts with her hit Cheap Thrills. But perhaps the most exciting part of this news is the fact that indie-pop sensation Amy Shark has been announced as a support act alongside global superstars Charli XCX, and MØ.