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Queenscliff Music Festival

19th Queenscliff Music Festival

Friday 27th November - Sunday 29th November @ Queenscliff

Heading on down the coastal road for the 19th Queenscliff Music Festival are:

19-Twenty, Ainslie Wills, Alexandra Pye, All Our Exes Live In Texas, Angus & Julia Stone, Augie March, Ben Whiting, Benny Walker, Blue Eyes Cry,  The California Honeydrops (USA), Cookin' on 3 Burners featuring Tex Perkins & Stella Angelico, Damian Cowell's Disco Machine, Estére (NZ), Franky Walnut, Hailey Calvert, Harts,  Hey Frankie, Hollie Smith (NZ), Hoodoo Gurus, John Williamson, Josh Cashman, Josh Rennie-Hynes, Kate Miller-Heidke, Kingfisha, L-Fresh The Lion, Lior (Autumn Flow 10-year anniversary show), Louis Baker (NZ), Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Morgan Bain, Mustered Courage, Oka, Paul Dempsey, Raised by Eagles, Robert Forster, Ron Sexsmith (CAN), Sahara Beck, The Snowdroppers, Tash Sultana, Thomas Oliver (NZ), Tinpan Orange, Trinity Roots (NZ)...

And just added to the main stage are comedians Tom Ballard, Cal Wilson, Justin Hamilton and Tommy Little.

Head to www.qmf.net.au for tickets and more information.

Robert Forster

Robert Forster

Friday 27th November @ Thornbury Theatre

Robert Forster reveals ‘Let Me Imagine You’, the first single and video from his forthcoming solo album Songs To Play. His first solo album for seven years has just been released on Tapete Records. It features ten very different Robert Forster songs recorded on a mountain top half-an-hour from his Brisbane home, in an analogue studio, with a troop of young musicians: talented multiintrumentalists Scott Bromley and Luke McDonald (from The John Steel Singers), Matt Piele (drummer from his touring band), and violinist and singer Karin Baumler. 

With guests Jen Cloher and The Thin White Ukes


Info about the gig at www.thethornburytheatre.com

End of the Line Festival 2015

End Of The Line Festival 2015

Saturday 28th November @ Belgrave

Now in its third year, End of the Line Festival is a free community arts event that brings the whole of Belgrave village alive.

The festival uses over 20 venues and locations, including public spaces, local shops, alleyways and even the laundromat, to showcase the artistic talent that the Dandenong Ranges (and Belgrave specifically) has to offer.

Featuring music stages, art exhibitions, street performances, sculpture installations, an artisan market, workshops, demonstrations, live painting and theatre and dance performances.

Wherever you’re from, get on the train to the end of the line on Saturday 28 November and come party with us!

More info available at www.endofthelinefestival.com


Paul Kelly

Paul Kelly Presents The Merri Soul Sessions

Sunday 6th December @ Rochford Winery, Coldstream

A Day On The Green presents

Featuring Dan Sultan, Vika & Linda Bull, Kira Puru
and Clairy Browne

With very special guests
Lucinda Williams, Kasey Chambers and Marlon Williams

Rochford Wines, Yarra Valley
Sunday 6 December
Tickets now on sale from Ticketmaster SELLING FAST


Mercury Rev

Mercury Rev

Tuesday 8th December @ Max Watt's House of Music, Melbourne

American dreamweavers Mercury Rev bring their neo-psychedelic stardust to Melbourne for their first headline show since 2002, with a beautiful new album in tow, The Light In You.

Special guest: DJ James Dela Cruz of The Avalanches

Tickets on sale now from www.maxwatts.com.au


Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Wednesday 9th December @ 170 Russell, Melbourne

Portland’s psychedelic pop visionaries Unknown Mortal Orchestra return to Australia. With guests Las Tetas and Alex Cameron.

Tuesday 8 December at Corner Hotel
Wednesday 9 December at 170 Russell

Also playing at Meredith Music Festival


Father John Misty

Wednesday 9th December @ The Forum Theatre, Melbourne

Secret Sounds Touring and Triple R present the return to Australia of FATHER JOHN MISTY, playing at this year's Meredith Music Festival and performing his own headline shows.

Since releasing his second album I Love You Honeybear earlier this year, FJM has played Coachella, Glastonbury and Lollapalooza.

After selling out his first headline show, Father John Misty is excited to announced a second show on Wednesday 9 December  at The Forum.

More information at secret-sounds.com.au

Jessica Pratt

Jessica Pratt

Thursday 10th December @ Northcote Social Club, Northcote

Californian songsmith Jessica Pratt brings her unearthly folk delights back to Australia, accompanied this time by guitarist Cyrus Gengras, for an intimate Melbourne headline show!

With special guests Laura Jean + Leah Senior.

Tickets on sale now from www.northcotesocialclub.com

Also playing at Meredith Music Festival

The Blackeyed Susans

The Blackeyed Susans - Xmas Show

Friday 11th December @ Spotted Mallard, Brunswick

The Blackeyed Susans return to the Spotted Mallard for a very special Christmas show with special guests Jed & Dep and The Lost Ragas

Amidst the tinsel and the lights, The Susans will play a hand-picked set featuring the best of the their extensive back catalogue and some choice Christmas classics too.

Tickets on sale now www.spottedmallard.com

Meredith Music Festival 2015

25th Annual Meredith Music Festival

Friday 11th December - Sunday 13th December @ Meredith Amphitheatre

The line-up is:

Big Daddy Kane, Bully, Briggs, Fatback Band, Father John Misty, Floating Points,  GL, Goat, Harvey Sutherland, Jessica Pratt, Julia Holter, Levins, Lucy Cliche, Master Khalil Gudaz, MC Jane Clifton, Mighty Duke And The Lords, Moon Duo, Neon Indian, Optimo, Pearls, Power, Ratatat, Shellac, Steve Miller Band, The Peep Tempel, The Thurston Moore Band, Tkay Maidza, Totally Mild,  Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats and Unknown Mortal Orchestra

For everything Meredith go to www.mmf.com.au

All tickets to Meredith Music Festival have been exhausted.

Julia Holter

Julia Holter

Friday 11th December @ Howler, Brunswick

Hot on the heels of her colossal new album Have You In My Wilderness (out September 25 on Domino), Los Angeles experimental pop goddess Julia Holter brings her stunning ensemble back to Australia for an intimate Melbourne headline show.

With special guests Sui Zhen and Wintercoats

Tickets on sale now from www.moshtix.com.au

Also playing at Meredith Music Festival

The Blackeyed Susans

The Blackeyed Susans - Xmas Show

Saturday 12th December @ Caravan Music Club [Oakleigh RSL] , Oakleigh

The Blackeyed Susans play Caravan Music Club in Oakleigh for their very special Christmas show with special guests Jed & Dep and The Lost Ragas

Amidst the tinsel and the lights, The Susans will play a hand-picked set featuring the best of the their extensive back catalogue and some choice Christmas classics too.

Tickets on sale now from www.caravanmusic.com.au

Tim And Eric

Tim And Eric

Wednesday 16th December @ Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne

Live Nation and Triple R Present
Absurdist American comedy duo TIM AND ERIC back with their hotly anticipated follow up tour, Stralia – Zealand Experience on Wednesday 16 December at Hamer Hall.

Witness the Tim and Eric formula LIVE on stage with their famously bizarre sketches and their uncanny ability to satirize and offend almost everything. Plus DJ Dougg Pound.  Of course.

Tickets ON SALE NOW from

Let Them Eat Cake

Let Them Eat Cake NYD

Friday 1st January @ Werribee Mansion

New Years Day
11:00am – 10:30pm, Werribee Park

Second release tickets now on sale at www.letthemeatcakenyd.com.au

For the fourth consecutive year, Cake will once again romp into the New Year of 2016 in the sublime gardens of Werribee Mansion, just 30 minutes from Melbourne. Discerning, sophisticated and forged with an astute aesthetic in mind, Cake is about uncompromising attention to detail, a stellar lineup of both international and local talent and an eclectic smorgasbord of food and art.

In 2016, Let Them Eat Cake promises to expand on its theme of architectural abstract-ism, a commentary on design aesthetics paired with an intelligent, minimalist celebration of electronica, with a soupcon of doof kitsch thrown in for good measure.

LTEC 2016 Lineup Announcement

Âme (GER) | Ben UFO (UK) | Com Truise (USA) | Daniel Avery (UK)
DJ Tennis (ITA) | Four Tet (UK) | Jon Hopkins (UK) | Machinedrum (USA)
Motor City Drum Ensemble (GER) | Seven Davis Jr (USA)
Slum Village (USA) | The Opiuo Band (NZ)

The Weather Station

The Weather Station

Monday 4th January @ Northcote Social Club, Northcote

The Weather Station is the project of Canadian songwriter Tamara Lindeman; folk music based in classic elements of songcraft – melody, tension, meaning. The Weather Station’s third album Loyalty (released locally via Spunk Records) was recorded at La Frette Studios in France in the winter of 2014 with Afie Jurvanen (Bahamas) and Robbie Lackritz (Feist).

Loyalty retains the immediacy of Tamara Lindeman’s previous records while adding a high fidelity sheen, a clarity, a new confidence. The record crystallises Tamara’s lapidary songcraft into eleven emotionally charged vignettes and intimate portraits.

Performing on a double bill with The Orbweavers in duo form.

Tickets now on sale from Northcote Social Club 

Kurt Vile

Kurt Vile and the Violators

Tuesday 5th January @ Max Watt's House of Music, Melbourne

By popular demand, the mighty Kurt Vile & the Violators have announced an extra Melbourne show
Special guests, handpicked by Kurt (who's an avid fan of Australian indie music) are Gold Class and Constant Mongrel.

Tickets on sale from Ticketscout.

There is still a handful of tickets available for The Violators' show at The Forum on Sunday, January 3 with special guests
Twerps and Scott & Charlene's Wedding.
The last remaining Forum tickets on sale from Ticketmaster

Toro Y Moi

Toro Y Moi

Wednesday 6th January @ Max Watt's House of Music, Melbourne

Exhilarating indie-electronic party starters Toro y Moi return to Melbourne. Navigating a golden path from house to disco, electro-funk to indie rock, the outfit is led by one of the world’s most forward-thinking producers, Chaz Bundick, who oversaw the release of two albums in 2015: What For? recorded at home in San Francisco's Bay Area, and the surprise release Samantha, a brilliant 20-track Toro y Moi mixtape, shared as a free download via Dropbox.

Falls Festival sideshow

Wednesday 6 January @ MAX WATT’S
125 Swanston St, Melbourne
With special guests Sui Zhen

Tickets now on sale from Max Watt’s


Leon Bridges

Leon Bridges

Wednesday 6th January @ Corner Hotel, Richmond

Hailing from Fort Worth, Texas, Leon Bridges will bring his unique brand of vintage soul to Melbourne for the very first time. Celebrated for his captivating on-stage presence, Leon’s critically acclaimed debut album Coming Home was RRR Album Of The Week in June 2015.

Thursday 7 January at 170 Russell
Wednesday 6 January at the Corner Hotel

Young Fathers

Young Fathers

Thursday 7th January @ Corner Hotel, Richmond

Mercury Prize winning experimental hip-hop trio, Young Fathers, will return to Melbourne in January 2016. This show will accompany their already announced appearances at Falls Festival, Field Day and Southbound.

Tickets on sale now from www.handsometours.com

Summer of Soul

Saturday 9th January @ Mossvale Park, South Gippsland

Triple R presents the 2016 Summer of Soul.

Tim Rogers and the Bamboos
Melbourne Ska Orchestra
Emma Donovan and the Putbacks
Dorsal Fins
Melbourne Mass Gospel Choir

One majestic park, one stage, one sublime day of music.

Summer of Soul
Saturday 9 January 2016
Mossvale Park, Leongatha

Tickets available now through Oztix

More info at lyrebirdartscouncil.com.au.

The Chills Silver Bullets

The Chills

Friday 15th January @ Max Watt's House of Music, Melbourne

Legendary New Zealand band The Chills return with their first full length album in nearly two decades, Silver Bullets.

This new album hails the return of one of New Zealand’s most respected exports, bursting with chiming Dunedin-pop anthems, melodic rock and Martin Phillipps ’ playful punk-rock tendencies.

The highly anticipated Silver Bullets is out now on Fire Records with local release by Rocket Distribution.

Special guests: Totally Mild + The Stevens

Friday January 15 at Max Watt’s
Tickets on sale now from Max Watt’s

Joanna Newsom

Joanna Newsom

Tuesday 19th January @ Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne

In the wake of her fourth studio album Divers, captivating songwriter-harpist Joanna Newsom announces her return to Australia in January 2016. Taking in the East Coast on her fifth Australian visit, Joanna will grace the stage of Art Centre Melbourne’s Hamer Hall on Tuesday 19 January.

Presented by Penny Drop, Spunk, Chugg Entertainment & Triple R
in association with Arts Centre Melbourne

Tickets from artscentremelbourne.com.au or 1300 182 183.

Sugar Mt

Sugar Mountain

Saturday 23rd January @ VCA (Victorian College of the Arts)

Returning to the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA),Sugar Mountain features another tantalising program of the best cutting-edge music and visual art from Australia and beyond.


Hot Chip | Dirty Three | Courtney Barnett
Julio Bashmore | Kelela | Le1f | Dām-Funk
Royal Headache | Viet Cong | Empress Of | Tim Sweeney
Tom Trago | Kate Tempest | Alpine | Roland Tings
Harvey Sutherland & Bermuda | Jnett |Total Giovanni
City Calm Down | Sampa the Great | Pearls
Kate Miller | Laila Sakini | Research & Development


NONOTAK (Japan/France – world premiere)
Daniel Askill (Aust. exclusive | fuse (Italy – Aust.exclusive)
Nic Hamilton | SIBLING | Yahna Fookes x Martha Zakarya
Prue Stent x Honey Long x Clare Longley

To complement the music and art program, Sugar Mountain recently announced a brand new, experimental on-site restaurant concept, Sensory. Sensory is a collaboration between Sugar Mountain and three Melbourne icons renowned in their respective fields – Bomba, Tin & Ed and Cut Copy

Tickets on sale NOW from moshtix.com.au and sugarmountainfestival.com

Ryley Walker

Ryley Walker

Monday 25th January @ The Toff in Town

January sees the first Australian tour by rising Chicago guitar virtuoso and neo-psychedelic singer-songwriter par excellence, Ryley Walker.

Tripping to Australia by invitation of Sydney Festival, and riding the crushed velvet coattails of his brilliant and hugely acclaimed album Primrose Green, Ryley Walker plays flawless, crisp jazz-folk songs in the vein of the end-of-the 1960s zeitgeist.

Plus special guest Palm Springs

Tickets on sale now from Moshtix

Tobias Jesso Jr

Tobias Jesso Jr

Wednesday 3rd February @ Corner Hotel, Richmond

Canadian native/LA resident TOBIAS JESSO JR. comes to Melbourne for the very first time, toting his breakthrough debut Goon. Recalling classic songwriters in the vein of Randy Newman and Harry Nilsson, Tobias aims straight for the heart with his lyrical directness and weapon of choice, the piano.

Collaborating with the likes of Danielle Haim, famed producer Ariel Rechtshaid, former Girls bassist JR White and the Black Keys’ Patrick Carney, and with a songwriting credit on superstar Sia’s latest track, Tobias’ heart-stopping tunes signal the arrival of a major new talent.

Tickets on sale NOW from www.cornerhotel.com

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