Royal Headache, Kirin J Callinan, Straight Arrows, Flume, Dappled Cities, Hermitude, Collarbones, Deep Sea Arcade, Regular John, Catcall are among the 70 nominees in 13 categories for the fifth annual SMAC awards.
These are a few of the acts who may be heading your way in the months ahead.
What happens when you combing a high energy, well loved band, with a crowd of University students and a small venue? An explosion of fun, would probably be the best way to phrase it...
The lineup for Brisbane's biggest street party has been announced.
Bluejuice got loose (and sweaty) last Tuesday night at ANU Bar for their Winter of Our Discotheque university tour. Roof tiles were smashed (again).
Violent slabs of psych-garage, nine-piece soul/funk crews and a solo debuts from an ex-Middle East member in the latest wrap up of local tour announcements.
The FL Uni Tour kicks off tomorrow night at Newcastle University, and to celebrate we are giving away free tickets to your nearest event!
FasterLouder is heading out on a national university tour with our good friends and perennial party starters Bluejuice, Deep Sea Arcade and The Preachers.
Deep Sea Arcade bring their indie goodness to Brisbane for their album tour.
Deep Sea Arcade perform their debut album Outlands to a sold-out crowd at the soon-to-be-farewelled Phoenix Public House in Melbourne.
Deep Sea Arcade stopped by a chilly Canberra on their Outlands tour, with supports The Cairos and Woe & Flutter.
After a slow start, the Kaiser Chiefs managed to rock a slightly sleepy Melbourne crowd at their Groovin The Moo sideshow.
English rapscallions the Kaiser Chiefs kicked out some rather loud jams in another great HiFi show.
Children Collide rattled a hometown crowd at the Corner Hotel, with heaps of old favourites and new set additions.
Three of Australia's finest are hitting the road next month.