In the ever-expanding universe of sonic exploration, two iconic forces are set to converge in a symphony of innovation and power. Japanese heavy rock pioneers Boris, celebrating an astounding three decades of groundbreaking sound, join forces with J-Rock legend Kiyoharu for the unmissable “Heavy Rocks Breakfast” tour, a post-pandemic celebration that promises to redefine the rock experience.
The Exploding Universe of Ed Kuepper returns to stages this April in celebration of the remastered reissued vinyl release of 1992’s ARIA winning (Best Independent release) solo effort Black Ticket Day plus Law Of Nature, the 1984 post-punk classic from Kueppers influential post-Saints outfit, Laughing Clowns. On-sale now.
Feb 27th at Port Noarlunga Football Club. A MONSTER bill featuring ourselves, C.O.F.F.I.N, West Thebarton, Stiff Richards and tonnes more. All curated and promoted but the good people at Daybed Records. Tickets available now via daybedrecords.com NB: This will not be an Ill At Ease show maybe more a ‘greatest hits’ show; You’re The Voice and the like…
… comes as special guests to Brisbane indie-legends Screamfeeder: Friday 9th Feb at Waywards, Bank Hotel Newtown. For Screamfeeder it will serve as the live counterpart to their new autobiographical movie documentary The Ending Goes Forever screening the night before at the Palace cinema Norton St while for Chimers it will be their first show since the recording of their new album and the follow-up to 2021’s debut (and more on that soon). Tickets for the Waywards show are available now via oztix.com.au
Isaac Et Nora is the project of a French-Korean family featuring Issac, 15 and Nora, 12 alongside their father Nicholas, who have become a viral phenomenon rescuing the spirit of the traditional Latin American song.
What started as a house game and an educational method taught by their parents, has now become a worldwide success with their videos organically accumulate tens of millions of plays and millions of followers in social media.
After recent appearances at the Tomorrow Festival in Shenzhen China and Big Ears in Knoxville USA, Melbourne-born duo Xylouris White tackle Australia next with a debut appearance at the Queenscliff Music Festival and a run of east coast dates. The dynamic duo; lute player George Xylouris and drummer Jim White, will also include Meeniyan, Hepburn Springs, Hobart, Wollongong and Canberra alongside big city plays in Sydney and Melbourne.