ON TOUR

  • THE AINTS PLAY THE SAINTS '73-'78
  • ED KUEPPER
  • THE UNDERTONES

THE UNDERTONES SUPPORTS ANNOUNCED

The Undertones frontman Paul McLoone loves feedtime! And so should you. The legendary Australia band join The Undertones in Sydney along with new kids on the block Nick Nuisance & The Delinquents. Other guests on the ’Tones 1st ever Oz tour include Tyrannamen, DM3, Parsnip, Systemaddicts & The Sperts. Here what the band have to say here.

HENRY ROLLINS – MAKE AMERICA FILTHY, HUNGRY BROKE AND STUPID AGAIN

We’re not generally prone to falling for sensationalist headlines but in this instance … I take no satisfaction in any American going hungry. Knowing that a lot of the people who voted for Trump might face grim challenges because of this kick-ass conservative belt-tightening, it is of no interest to me to remind them what they signed up for. All I can think about is an elderly person being hungry and frightened, and it makes me sick.” Read the full Henry think-piece here.

BILL CALLAHAN – LET THE SOLD OUT SHOWS BEGIN.

The first of Bill Callahan’s six Melbourne shows has sold out with all others on the same trajectory. Meanwhile, in Sydney, Bills four Sydney Opera House Drama Theatre appearances are causing a similar fervour. Get in quick to catch Bill in duo mode with guitarist Matt Kinsey exclusive to Sydney & Melbourne. Tickets for all shows available here.

THE UNDERTONES – MY CITY OF DERRY

Undertones bass player, author of Teenage Kicks (My Life As An Undertone) and BBC radio producer Michael Bradley – via The Guardian – provides a guided tour of The Undertones birthplace, Derry Ireland. Check here for the sites that begat such Undertones classics as Teenage Kicks, Get Over You, My Perfect Cousin, and You’ve Got My Number. Michael and his four Undertones brothers tour Australia for the first time this July. Tickets are on-sale now!