This week we have some much awaited names touring around Australia!
Tiny Castle @ The Milk Factory // 05.05.18 ♿ 🆔
Indie rock Brisbane Band, Tiny Castle, celebrating their newest single Bad Dreams at the cosy The Milk Factory this Saturday. The stage will be warmed up by supporting acts Soda Jerks and Video Avenue.
Royal Blood are heading to Brisbane in their Australian and New Zealand tour to date. The duo released album ‘How Did We Get So Dark?’ at the end of last year featuring massive singles I Only Lie When I Love You and Lights Out.
$79.90 // Tickets here
Confidence Man @ The Triffid // 04.05.18 ♿ 🆔
After their huge release of ‘Confidence Music for Confidence People’ this month, the quirky duo are touring around Aus with The Lex Deluxe Dance Hall Featuring The Mystery Twins. Prepare yourself for a show that is out of this world.
Peking Duk have had crazy couple of years dropping massive singles Fake Magic and Let You Down. Now you can finally here the music live if you were lucky enough to snatch up some tickets for their ‘Wasted’ tour.
With the winds of seasonal change in the air, The BLOOM Series is thrilled to announce their second show at The Milk Factory on 27 April, featuring Brisbane bloomers My DWA, Hallie Tait, Chesterfield, Opaeka and Hope D.
Presented by local songstress Tiarne and RADAR Entertainment, along with media partner Music Is My Muse, The BLOOM Series is committed to showcasing emerging musicians amidst a community of like-minded peers and music lovers. Not restricted by genre, BLOOM blends artists from different styles with complementary sounds to create an ambient atmosphere audiences stay the bill for.
The brainchild of local songstress, Tiarne, and promoters, RADAR Entertainment, The BLOOM Series aims to unearth and nurture the abundance of musical talent coming through the ranks of Brisbane’s music scene in a showcase series where performers and punters support and inspire one another.
Drawing a solid crowd at their inaugural show earlier this year, The BLOOM Series is fast becoming known for their ability to seamlessly integrate different styles into an immersive soundscape people stay the bill for.
Come down to the show tomorrow night @ The Milk Factory to catch these artists in their natural state: in bloom.
Brisbane’s own KB Theory are excited to share their second single Journey, which will be available across all of their platforms tomorrow. Recorded at Kicks Iron Studio in Byron Bay with Engineer/producer Dustin McLean and then mastered by Matt Barnes from Studio Sixty-Eight, KB Theory’s frontman, Dylan says the song was a long time coming.
The humble Stones Corner record store, Sonic Sherpa, is putting on free family friendly music event on 21st of April from 12pm to 4pm called the Record Store Day. In the past this event was inside the little shop, but because of the huge demand they’re are taking it outside under the warm afternoon sun. The event will also include food and drink trucks in courtesy of the Stones Corner Hotel!
Unknown Mortal Orchestra is the very first music act to be announced by Brisbane Festival for 2018. The psychedelic, R&B and depression funk artist will be showcasing his new album ‘Sex & Food’ which hit the shelves earlier this month. For the very first time Queensland will have the chance to experience the artist for the very first time at the iconic Brisbane venue, The Tivoli.
Gentle Person’s Club (GPC) are finally releasing their debut album tomorrow named after the single ‘All We Need’. The five piece Folk Indie band are independent artists from the home of West End and have worked hard to get the debut published. Altogether the quirky group feature everything from a cowboy inspired violin, the humble trumpet, percussion and tin whistle melodies.