Hailing from Byron Bay, Australia, four-piece electronic masterminds TORA have announced a run of east coast tour dates in support of their upcoming sophomore album “Can’t Buy The Mood” (out August 9th).
PIXIES, one of the most influential alternative rock bands of all time, are bringing their mammoth world tour to Australia and New Zealand in 2020 – Come On Pilgrim… It’s Surfer Rosa. Pixies’ debut releases - the electrifying 1987 EP Come On Pilgrim and 1988’s debut full-length album, Surfer Rosa - brought rise to a new genre and defined contemporary music for a generation.
The Fabric of Life is a group exhibition of makers and creatives who express themselves artistically through tapestry, weaving, basketry, beading, sewing, embroidery, felting, knitting and constructing new forms from natural materials.
Classic Aussie indie rock outfit The Jezabels have recently wrapped their nation-wide Corona Sunsets tour. COVERED. sat down with Heather Shannon to find out what she got up to, before the band’s long awaited return to the live music scene.
The VANNS are gearing up for a massive second half of 2019 with the release of their striking new single, ‘Mother’. Taken from their long-awaited debut album, The VANNS have served up another slice of commanding indie rock and roll, further solidifying their status as one of the east coast’s most exciting bands.
Melbourne’s Dinosaur Beard has returned with a new slice of glossed out sounds in ‘Dialect Drum’; as the first release from the artist - AKA songwriter Adam Finnegan - for 2019, ‘Dialect Drum’ carries the listener along in comfort, dripping with charm and hazy flair.
May is proving to be a heady month for Perth’s Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, as the release of their new album - And Now For The Whatchamacallit - coincides with their global tour dates, currently taking the band through Europe, the UK, Australia and North America.
Responsible for some of Melbourne’s wildest and most intoxicating club sessions, Sunshine & Disco Faith Choir return, brandishing a new live experience alongside the release of their latest work, a striking realisation of the Fleetwood Mac cover, ‘DREAMS’.
Oly Sherman voices engages from the onset. The indie folk songwriter has already been captivating audiences since his 2017 debut with a charming stage presence and approach to his craft; now he returns, with a beautiful new single, ‘Bones’.
Emerging fast as one of Victoria’s freshest new voices in R&B is Maya Rose. With her debut single, ‘See You Again’, the vocalist brings depth in tone and range to the table, resulting in a striking offering.
Fusing colourful melodies with yearning indie-rock vocals, GOSH are back with a new single that is ready to pull heartstrings and encourage anthemic sing-alongs with their latest offering, ‘Never Lose You’.
Sydney songwriter William O’Donohue aka Runaway Mornings has marked an impactful return in 2019 with a stunning new effort in new single, ‘In The Cold’. The latest from the North Shore artist brims with excitement looking ahead to a new year of material.
Sydney songwriter East Denistone has made a beautiful return for 2019 with his new single, ‘River’. A fitting continuation of the swirling indie sounds he presented on its predecessor ‘Amongst Taller Trees’, ‘River’ takes another step in unveiling an enticing and enigmatic artist emerging out of Australia’s east coast.
Sydney songwriter Jackson Carroll opens up and bares all with debut single ‘Holy Hell’ - a perfect piece of indie music that introduces the listener to a young songwriter exploring an unapologetically emotional musical terrain.
Incorporating clever combinations of pop and R&B instrumentation with undeniable vocal charm, Melbourne duo FRANCO return with confidence, dropping new single ‘MONEY OVER MATTER’ as well as their highly anticipated debut self-titled EP.