The 2017 National Indigenous Music Awards held recently blew an appreciative Darwin audience away at the iconic Amphitheatre as Troy Cassar-Daley, A.B. Original and Electric Fields all took home major awards, showing the breadth across genres of Australian Indigenous talent. … Continue reading A.B. Original Big Winners At National Indigenous Music Awards
The almighty Hilltop Hoods have just released a brand new Remix EP titled The Cold Night Sky. The EP Features remixes from Suffa, Trails and also JayteeHazard. With 5 tracks re-imagined, including the previously released Rumble, Young Man, Rumble feat. Dan Sultan, … Continue reading Hilltop Hoods The Cold Night Sky (Remix EP)
This week the brand new album from Hilltop Hoods Walking Under Stars has debuted at #1 on the ARIA charts, and we couldn’t be happier for the boys. There seems to be something right with the world when the Hoods are number 1 in the country. It’s a great time. Shout outs should also go to the amazing guests & producers who helped out on the new record including Aaradhna, Maverick Sabre, Brother Ali, Drapht, Dan Sultan, One Above, SixFour Music, Debate, Cam Bluff & Jamie messenger. In other related Hoods news, it has just been announced that DJ Debris has gotten engaged!! … Continue reading Hilltop Hoods Are Number 1!
Hilltop Hoods are set to drop their brand new album Walking Under Stars through their own label Golden Era Records/UMA on Friday August 8th, 2014. The album will also be released via Universal in Canada, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, UK, New Zealand, Benelux as well as USA via Fontana. The album is the highly anticipated follow up to 2012’s double platinum album Drinking From The Sun. The band has managed to once again push the envelope for Australian hip hop with the incendiary Walking Under Stars, a release that promises to be unlike anything fans have heard before. MC Pressure – “Walking Under Stars … Continue reading New Music Hilltop Hoods Pyramid Building
Hilltop Hoods make their highly anticipated return with their brand new album Walking Under Stars. Set to drop through their own label Golden Era Records this is the Hilltop Hoods first album since 2012s Drinking From The Sun, an album that changed the game, becoming the groups third consecutive #1 album which went gold on the day of its release and certified platinum within one week. The aptly titled record showed that Australian hip hop was enjoying its time in the sun, no longer an underground scene but an aural assault that had pushed down the barriers that held back … Continue reading Hilltop Hoods Walking Under Stars Limited Edition Pre Order
This November, triple j is celebrating our Ausmusic Month by touring a series of tribute concerts to the one and only Nick Cave. Nick Cave is an Australian music legend – he’s been on the scene for 35 years with various acts including The Birthday Party, Boys Next Door, The Bad Seeds and Grinderman. Now Australian musicians including Elefant Traks very own Urthboy, are lining up to get involved in this tribute to the man himself – and are taking his music around the country. A slew of talented Australian singers will join a band led by Cameron Bruce, who plays … Continue reading Straight To You Tour – Triple J’s Tribute To Nick Cave feat. Urthboy & More
Heath Media, in collaboration with the AU review, is proud to announce the launch of pre-orders for the upcoming Australia’s Year in Music: 2010, with an introductory rate of $59. The book is set to be released on February 7th. Pre-orders can be made at this official website: http://www.australiasyearinmusic.com/ Only 250 copies are being made available during the pre-order period, and we don’t expect them to last. A total of 500 hardcover copies of the 200 page full colour books will be made available in total, each individually numbered. No further hardcover copies will be printed.We are proud to be printing the … Continue reading Australia’s Year In Music – 2010
Over his thirty year career Paul Kelly has released nearly twenty albums that have inspired generations of Australian musicians. His amazing back catalogue will be celebrated over two nights at the Forum Theatre in Melbourne with a host of local singers offering their interpretations of some of his classic songs. Here’s the list of vocalists who performed: Missy Higgins, John Butler, Paul Dempsey, Katy Steele, Bob Evans, Ozi Batla, Dan Kelly, Clare Bowditch, Jae Laffer, Adalita, Dan Sultan and Megan Washington. Ozi Batla performed two songs on the night, Sydney From a 727 and Careless. YouTube has a video clip … Continue reading Ozi Batla – Paul Kelly Tribute Video