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  • Michael Sweet - One Sided War

    In what promises to be Stryper front-man Michael Sweet’s most intense solo release to date, “One Sided War” showcases a full plate of hard rock & classic metal riffs from start to finish. One Sided War marks Michael’s 7th studio solo album and it clearly proves that he is still at the very top of his game! “I’ll tell you about it”, says Michael, “Musically it’s my heaviest solo album.   Go to the article ›

  • King Of The North – Get Out Of Your World

    Get Out Of Your World is the second album from Australian rock act King Of The North, set for release on August 5, in twenty two countries, through Dirty Rock in Australia and N.Z. and Rodeostar in Europe/U.K. Singer-guitarist/ songwriter/ co producer and inventor of the guitar pedal that gives King Of The North their huge sound, Andrew Higgs took deliberate measures to ensure this record had different flavours to the band’s critically acclaimed debut record ‘Sound The Underground’.   Go to the article ›

  • The Jelly Jam - New Album Profit Out Now via Mascot Label Group

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  • Absolutely Fabulous- The Movie Soundtrack

    Appropriate for their big screen debut, Edina Monsoon and Patsy Stone (Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley) are still oozing glitz and glamour, living the high life they are accustomed to: shopping, drinking and clubbing their way around London’s trendiest hotspots.   Go to the article ›

  • The Monkees - 50th Anniversary Tour

    On September 8, 1965, when producers Bob Rafelson and Bert Schneider placed a classified ad in The Hollywood Reporter seeking “4 insane boys,” they had no idea that they were about to unleash Monkee-mania! But that’s exactly what happened the following year when the first episode of “THE MONKEES” debuted on NBC on September 12, 1966.   Go to the article ›


    Kamasi Washington - Announces Headline Sydney & Melbourne Shows

    Celebrated American jazz musician and composer KAMASI WASHINGTON - hailed as “the high priest of sax” - confirms two headline performances in March.

    The saxophonist extraordinaire will captivate fans at Melbourne’s The Prince on March 22 and Sydney’s Metro Theatre on March 23.

    Tickets for both shows on sale NOW!! - Don't miss out!

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    Born into a musical family, Kamasi Washington began playing saxophone at the age of 13, later attending the prestigious Hamilton High School of Music followed by UCLA. He has toured and recorded with the likes of Snoop Dogg, Rapahel Saadiq, Kendrick Lamar, Gerald Wilson, Lauryn Hill, Mos Def, Harvey Mason and Chaka Khan, to name a few.

    Washington released his groundbreaking solo album, The Epic in May 2015. The triple disc masterpiece was both written and conducted by Washington and fuses elements of jazz, soul, classical, hip-hop and even gospel. Named by The New York Times as the number one album of 2015, The Epic debuted at #1 on the iTunes jazz charts in the US, Canada, Russia, the UK and Australia.

    Besides his dynamic live performances, Washington spends much of his time working on movie scores and albums. He also appeared on one of the best hip-hop albums of the past 12 months: Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly.

    Washington will take the stage at this year’s Bluesfest (on March 24), plus these two not-to-be missed intimate performances in Melbourne and Sydney this March.






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