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IF YOU COULD HAVE RECORDED THE ALBUM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD WHERE WOULD IT HAVE BEEN? We looked long and hard for the perfect cave to record this album in. Everywhere we went had an angle, which made it untenable. ONE DAY WE SHALL FIND THE PERFECT CAVE. Cloud Control’s new album Dream Cave (expected release: 9 August).
AFTER THE GIGS
SONIC BOOM! Our feet are sore just thinking about this. Stereosonic is back in 2013 and it’s bigger than ever before; like, seriously large. Don’t believe us? Believe this: David Guetta, Armin van Buuren (pictured), Calvin Harris, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Above & Beyond, Empire Of The Sun, Afrojack, Boys Noize, Alesso, Dog Blood, Nero, Nicky Romero, The Bloody Beetroots, Labrinth, Bingo Players, Zedd, W&W, Tommy Trash, Krewella, Shockone, Maceo Plex, Ferry Corsten, Andy C, Hot Natured, Solomun, Showtek, Gareth Emery, Robert Delong, I Am Legion (Noisia & Foreign Beggars), Jamie Jones, TJR, Clockwork, Mat Zo, Cajmere, Stafford Brothers, Aly & Fila back-to-back with John O’Callaghan, Giuseppe Ottaviani (live), Flight Facilities, Claude VonStroke, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Matrix & Futurebound, Tommie Sunshine and much, much more. And this year, for something fresh, the peeps behind the festival are taking a leaf out of the Leeds/Reading book, rotating the full festival between two cities over one weekend, the end result being maximum fun for you! Get your weekend party on when the dance behemoth rumbles into your city: Saturday 30 November and Sunday 1 December, Sydney Showgrounds and Claremont Showgrounds, Perth; and Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 December, Royal Melbourne Showgrounds and RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane. Ticketmaster are offering a presale from Monday 29 July, with regular tickets on sale Thursday 1 August.
WHAT DO YOU DO AFTER THE GIG IS OVER WHEN ON TOUR? We usually hang around and chat for a while with friends and people from the show, go for a skate if we can, and then usually head for the next show that night. Sunsets are touring. Check The Guide for dates.
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CALEX YOURSELF It’s been three years since Calexico last visited Australia and in that time the Arizona group have been keeping themselves plenty busy, be it with touring, collaborations, movie soundtracks, live recordings or straightforward studio albums. This continual expenditure of energy will extend to their performances later this year, no doubt, when the much heralded alt. country heavyweights bring their dusty Americana cuts to Aussie audiences once more. Catch them on Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18 September, Brisbane Festival, Spiegeltent; Friday 20, Byron Theatre, Byron Bay; Saturday 21, Meeniyan Town Hall; Sunday 22, Sydney Opera House Concert Hall; Tuesday 24, Athenaeum Theatre, Melbourne; Wednesday 25, Corner Hotel, Melbourne; Friday 27, Astor Theatre, Perth, and Saturday 28, Wave Rock Weekender, Hyden, with supports at the various dates including Tiny Ruins, Brighter Later, Quarry Mountain Dead Rats and Depedro from Spain.
Sydney DJ and videographer Ego is recognised as a true visionary in his field, who has combined art and music in a way that few can match but all can connect with. To tie in with his latest colourful endeavour, an audiovisual mixtape that’s already getting hyped by the likes of Skrillex and A-Trak, Ego has announced a big lot of dates over the coming months, and is even throwing a few educational performances into the mix to help budding productionists raise their game. Catch a Trip With Ego: Saturday 20 July, Capitol, Perth; Thursday 1 August, UNSW Roundhouse, Sydney; Thursday 8, Oh Hello! Brisbane; Wednesday 21, Karova Lounge, Ballarat; Thursday 22, Eureka Hotel, Geelong; Friday 23, Can’t Say, Melbourne; Saturday 24, Woodport Inn, Erina; Wednesday 28, Apple Store, George Street, Sydney (workshop); Thursday 29, GoodGod Small Club, Sydney; Friday 30, Never Land Bar, Coolangatta; Saturday 31, Beach Hotel, Byron Bay, and Monday 7 October, Redfern Community Centre (Heaps Decent workshop).
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After plenty of painstaking hours spent plugging away at it, Dead Letter Circus are finally set to launch their brand new LP, The Catalyst Fire, with their unmistakable sonic intensity paired with a newfound songwriting maturity, resulting in the most assured music the band has yet put together. On their first headline tour in support of that new full-length, the Brisbane boys, along with Closure In Moscow and Sleep Parade, will set out on the road, playing Friday 30 August, The Wool Exchange, Geelong; Saturday 31, The Hi-Fi, Melbourne; Wednesday 4 September, Zierholz, Canberra; Thursday 5, Metro Theatre, Sydney; Friday 6, Waves, Wollongong; Saturday 7, The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle; Thursday 12, Kings Beach Tavern, Caloundra; Friday 13, The Spotted Cow, Toowoomba; Saturday 14, The Hi-Fi, Brisbane; Thursday 19, Prince of Wales, Bunbury, and Friday 20, Metropolis, Fremantle. Proudly presented by Street Press Australia.
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Proving to be one of the highlights of last year’s London Olympics, Wantok: Sing Sing have been announced as the Saturday and Sunday headline spectacle on the forthcoming Boomerang Festival. With a full 17-piece show featuring the rhythms and sounds of the Pacific, the Indigenous/Oceania musicians will be led by musical director David Bridie, adding their firepower to an already impressive bill that features Gurrumul, Archie Roach, The Medics and Thelma Plum. Powerfully uplifting, enjoy the celebration when Boomerang comes to you Friday 4 through Sunday 6 October at Bluesfest home Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, Byron Bay. Head to the festival website now to pick up early bird single- and three-day tickets.
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Violin electronic dubstep... Things are getting real now. She’s blown up recently as a bona fide YouTube sensation, generating more than 300 million views and now Lindsey Stirling will bring her uncontained music and majestic dance moves to our shores for the very first time. Find out why her worldwide following has grown so dramatically. Stirling plays three intimate shows: Brisbane Powerhouse, Saturday 24 August; Corner Hotel, Melbourne, Tuesday 27, and Metro Theatre, Sydney, Wednesday 28, with tickets on sale Friday.
More than living up to the hype with their second album, Singularity, Northlane’s punishing djent-tinged metalcore has struck a chord with heavy music lovers young and old. Known for their wild live shows, the quintet are no strangers to the road, and have just announced they’ll be letting loose once more this Spring, with Northlane’s tour set to roll out with support from Perth five-piece Saviour. Catch the bands: Thursday 5 September, Studio 6, Sutherland (licensed/all ages); Friday 6, The Basement, Canberra; Saturday 7, Blacktown Masonic Hall (all ages); Sunday 8, The Cambridge, Newcastle (all ages); Thursday 12, Commercial Hotel, Melbourne; Friday 13, Ferntree Gully Hotel; Sunday 15, Coburg Town Hall; Thursday 19, Surfers Paradise Beergarden, Gold Coast; Saturday 21, Racehorse Hotel, Ipswich, and Sunday 22, One Epic Event, Strathpine (under-18).
Ever since he became the first ever artist to be signed by MySpace Records (oh, MySpace *sigh*), Mickey Avalon hasn’t been short on headline-making behaviour, and now the party-rocking white boy will be returning to Australia in celebration of his brand spanking new EP, I Get Even. Avalon will be playing at these venues with support from Evil Eddie and Kid Mac: Corner Hotel, Melbourne, Friday 18 October; Capitol, Perth, Saturday 19; Metro Theatre, Sydney, Sunday 20; The Hi-Fi, Brisbane, Thursday 24, and Coolangatta Hotel, Gold Coast, Friday 25.
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They’re the much-loved Sunday Gentleman of Australian hip hop, but that doesn’t mean Spit Syndicate are averse to a bit of hard work. And the Sydney pairing of Nick Lupi and Jimmy Nice are at it again, taking their top 20 ARIA record to all corners of the country once more. The Money Over Bullshit Tour lands at the following venues: Barwon Club, Geelong, Friday 20 September; The Evelyn, Melbourne, Saturday 21; Phoenix Youth Centre, Melbourne, Sunday 22 (under-18 matinee); The Armidale Club, Armidale, Thursday 26; Solbar, Maroochydore, Saturday 28; Baroque, Katoomba, Friday 4 October; Mona Vale Hotel, Saturday 5; The Loft, Gold Coast, Thursday 10; Woody’s Surf Shack, Byron Bay, Friday 11; Alhambra Lounge, Brisbane, Saturday 12 (under-18 matinee); Amplifier, Perth, Friday 18; Prince Of Wales, Bunbury, Saturday 19; Newport Hotel, Fremantle, Sunday 20; Friday 25, Waves, Wollongong; Thursday 31, Zierholz, Canberra, and Saturday 2 November, The Hi-Fi (all ages). Tickets go on sale Monday, with special guest Joyride as well as more to be announced.
THE ONE AND ONLY There are few genuine superstars on the planet today, individuals recognised across every border and cultural divide, individuals that can go by a single name. Beyonce slides into that category more snugly than those one-piece bodysuits she’s made her own. Throwing herself back into touring once more, the acclaimed R&B diva will be presenting a bold new stage production that promises to dazzle as much as sizzle, her swag of hits complemented by state-of-the-art lighting, dancing, visual effects and more. The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour rolls into Australia playing Tuesday 22 October, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne; Monday 28, Brisbane Entertainment Centre; Thursday 31, Allphones Arena, Sydney, and Friday 8 November, Perth Arena. Get your tickets from Friday 19 July.
She’s been the Aussie queen of mix for a few years now, but Alison Wonderland is finally ready to carve her own name into Australian club culture, having put together her first single with Blue Mountains duo Fishing. Get Ready for Wonderland to bring the beat back with her new track when she launches it at the following dates: Thursday 25 July, Beach Hotel, Byron Bay; Saturday 27, Splendour In The Grass, North Byron Parklands; Friday 2 August, Star Bar, Bendigo; Saturday 3, Karova Lounge, Ballarat; Sunday 4, King St, Newcastle; Friday 9, Academy, Canberra; Saturday 10, Playground, Sunshine Coast; Wednesday 14, Oh Hello!, Brisbane; Friday 30, Speak Easy, Villa, Perth; Saturday 7, Oxford Art Factory, Sydney; Wednesday 11, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga; Saturday 14, Snow Party, Thredbo; Thursday 19, Corner Hotel, Melbourne; Saturday 21, Elsewhere, Gold Coast, and Saturday 5 October, Woodport Inn, Erina. There’s also a secret show happening on Wednesday 28 August, but she isn’t giving up the info. To find out if it’s happening near you, keep checking our essential go-to, The Guide on theMusic.com.au.