Diggin’ Melbourne is here!

Diggin’ Melbourne is here!

Diggin’ Melbourne is here, just in time for Saturday! It’s in Beat magazine as part of a Record Store Day liftout or you can find it in any of the stores listed.

Fantastic way to plan your day for 19 April!

Miles Brown at Dixons Blackburn

Miles Brown at Dixons Blackburn

Doug speaks : we can officially announce it. On Record Store Day Australia ( this Saturday) Blackburn Dixons is proud to announce that we’ve got live music from none other than Miles Brown! Yup, the head Night Terror will be plugging in at 2pm, and amazing us all with his other-worldly electronica and incredible theremin skills. I’m really looking forward to this one – I’ve seen the Night Terrors a couple of times ( guesting with Goblin and Hawkwind – you were there, right?) and they really are unique.

You want more? Okay then. With massive thanks to Kate from IT Records (http://it-records.com.au/ ) We’ll also have copies of Mile’s debut 7inch for sale. That’s also on top of the fact that Dixons will be having a MASSIVE 20% off everything sale (apart from new vinyl!) and we’re hoping to have a lot of exclusive World Record Store Day releases for sale too. Wow! That almost beats chowing down on chocolate and buns!!
See you there!

Live music in Nambour

Live music in Nambour

Backbeat Records is hosting Ol King Coel and CactusDemonDoom, while The Time Machine is hosting Agnes J Walker and the Cry Babies, The Perries and the Maryettas.

Plus both stores are offering loads of music related stuff to tempt your wallet from your pocket!

 

Hermitude: Alleys to Valleys

Hermitude: Alleys to Valleys

Australian hip hop multi-instrumentalists Hermitude are releasing Alleys to Valleys (2003) as a double album on 150g vinyl in an exclusive Record Store Day Australia ‘valley green’.  There will be more pressings to come, BUT they won’t be in valley green.  New album from Hermitude expected towards the end of the year, says their label Elefantraks.

Needing some respite from crate digging, head over to the Cafe Lounge in Surry Hills from 2-7pm and yuo can be loungin’ with Elefantraks .. and DJ sets from members of Hermitude, Astronomy Class, The Herd, the Last Kinection and more.

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Adam Rudegeair + more in Northcote

Adam Rudegeair + more in Northcote

Rathdowne Records is opening their new store on Northcote high street with live performances from Adam Rudegeair, Jennifer Kingwell, Hue Blaines, Florelie Escano and Chelsea Wilson.  Plus DJ sets from Mike Gurrieri, Chris Bonato and Dan Lewis.

 

Golden Era meet and greet

Golden Era Records is holding a meet and greet at Clinic 116  in Adelaide with K21 and Vents from 3-4pm.  Plus DJ sets from Snair, Dart, Osyris and Paws.

Golden Era is the home of  Australian hip hop.  Hilltop Hoods, Funkoars, Briggs, Vents and K21.

Busking at 78 Records in Perth

Busking at 78 Records in Perth

Buskers and local acoustic artists is the line up at legendary 78 Records in Perth for Record Store Day Australia.  Plus more limiteds than they’ve ever had before, 15% off everything (except limiteds and tickets), and a draw for a $100 voucher on the day (you must be in store when it’s drawn to win).

Ghouls Gambit live at Castlemaine

Ghouls Gambit live at Castlemaine

The Ghouls Gambit will play at the Family Videoland Castlemaine for Record Store Day Australia. There will also be some great deals and a groovy atmosphere come one come all

Family Videoland is at 81 Mostyn Street, Castlemaine.

DJs in Brunswick East with Muscle Shoals

DJs in Brunswick East with Muscle Shoals

DJs spinning from 11: Disco, Soul, Funk, Dub, Afro Funk, Italo, Synth, Punk, Techno, House and Latin for Record Store Day Australia at Muscle Shoals, 504 Lygon Street, Brunswick East.

Papa vs Pretty rockin’ Launceston

Papa vs Pretty rockin’ Launceston

Hot young alt/indie band Papa vs Pretty are rocking Launceston at Mojo Records at 1pm.  Showcase performance and signing.

Signed to EMI, the band is on their second album White Deer Park, which Triple J reviewed as dynamic, filled with complex arrangements, and with thoughtful lyrics and progressive melodies.  They go on to say this is one of Australia’s favourite up and coming rock bands.