Brooklyn rock band American Authors are revelling in the success of their debut album and coming back for a second round of performances...The Prince Bandroom, 29 Fitzroy St, St Kilda
SPOD's new album Taste the Sadness will make its debut with a delightfully tacky album launch (we mean that affectionately). The...The Old Bar, 74-76 Johnston St, Fitzroy
Melburnians Miami Horror are plugging their indie-electric LP Wild Motion (Set It Free) with a string of dates. Key songwriter and...170 Russell, 170 Russell St, Melbourne
Inspiration comes from the unlikeliest of places. In the case of the song cycle that appears on This Is All Yours , the new album from Mercury...The Forum, 154 Flinders St, Melbourne
Canadian rockers the Tea Party have announced a national tour of Australia, coinciding with the release of their first studio album in ten years,...Palais Theatre, 14 Lower Esplanade, St Kilda
A Pure Pop courtyard session on a summer’s afternoon is to music lovers what the cheesy grin of the Luna Park monster is to children: nirvana. A...221 Barkly St, St Kilda
Vinyl is king at this independent record store. Having bought, sold and exchanged new and used vinyl for over 20 years, Quality Records...Plus is...269 Glenferrie Rd, Malvern
Indie and alternative live music venue, Roxanne Parlour is a chilled club at the top of Charlton’s pool centre.2 Coverlid Pl, Melbourne
Having opened its first store in 2006 in Sydney, TITLE quickly established itself as one of Australia's largest independent record, book and film...183 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
The indie-rock-alt-country goddess has plenty of fight in her.
Harvest may be off, but Franz aren't letting that stop them coming our way.
These rockin’ sisters have just released their debut album. Time Out London sent superfan Farhana Begum to chat about stage outfits, bass face...
Blown to hell, crash: they're the Last Splash.
The main drawcards disappoint our reviewer, while the more curious finds save the day...