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It’s on! It’s happening! Indie chart-toppers EVEN continue the XMAS tradition in style, with two exclusive shows at the Brunswick Ballroom to close out a monumental 2021! Wednesday 22 December support is by Folk Bitch Trio, and on Thursday 23 December Nick Batterham will open the night.
These two shows are sure to sell out, so don’t wait too long to book your tickets. A Dinner & Show option is available, which includes premium reserved seating.
We are so stoked with the new HARD-ONS album!!!! So what is available where?
Here at Cheersquad we have DANDRUFF WHITE VINYL, BLACK VINYL, CDs and DIGITAL tracks. Shop here.
CLEAR VINYL is for sale at your INDEPENDENT RECORD STORES. This is a very limited edition specially pressed for your local stores. So go there in person, or check their website and order online, or give them a call.
YELLOW VINYL is exclusively sold through JB Hi-Fi. This is a limited edition. You can order online. They also have CDs. Shop here.
Ausmusic T-shirt Day 2021 – Friday 19 November
Do you love Australian music? And do you care about the people who create it? Then be a part of #AusmusicTShirtDay on Friday 19 Novermber!
The Meanies and EVEN have tees on sale via Artist First, who will donate $2 per tee sold from their Ausmusic range. Shop here and use the code AUSMUSICT21 to get 10% off this specific Ausmusic range.
Sign up your team, or buy one of the official Ausmusic t-shirts via the offical Ausmusic website, here.
The Hard-Ons Australian Tour 2022
Following the fantastic response to new single Lite As A Feather and its predecessor Hold Tight, and amid the great anticipation for their new album I’m Sorry Sir, That Riff’s Been Taken – their first with new singer Tim Rogers – Australia’s punk legends the Hard-Ons have announced their first tour with their new line-up.
Ticket links here.
Power pop trio Rinehearts make their Lyric’s Underground debut, joined by sonic supergroup Unicorn.
Speaking of debuts and supergroups, tonight will see the first shows from Bloody Flux (feat. members of Tucker Bs, Wormfarm and more) and Little Things, fronted by Gretta Little from Rosemary Beads with members of Red Jezebel.
Here’s Ray, who just recieved the test pressing of the new Hard-Ons record, with their brand spanking new frontman Tim Rogers.
The orange limited edition has now sold out, so we’ve added a blue edition of 200 copies only.
T. Wilds is set to release her forthcoming album “Ten Songs” this October through Cheersquad Records & Tapes.
‘I Swim’ is the first single off the album “Ten Songs” and it speaks to the cycle of inspiration versus misery in creative and everyday life. One of the more up-tempo and melodic songs on the album.
Melbourne indie-folk-rock revivalist Cahill Kelly‘s first offering of his debut album Classical and Cool Jazz, is the single ‘World upon a Shelf’, a track filled with swagger and sentimental musing. Using objects on his mantelpiece as a source of lyrical inspiration, ‘World upon a Shelf’ sees Kelly reflecting on the notion that all our encounters throughout life contain profound meaning beneath the surface.
Melbourne’s Nick Batterham is thrilled to reveal another stunning cut from his forthcoming album Lovebirds, with his latest single ‘Thirty Four’. Following the subdued harmonies of ‘No Perfect Man’ and the propelling cacophony of sounds on ‘Turbulence’, the accomplished composer and songwriter is rounding out a trio of gems lifted from Lovebirds with his latest offering ‘Thirty Four’.
‘Thirty Four’ is a breathtaking display of Nick Batterham’s lush songwriting and truly emotive lyricism. Classical instruments and a slide guitar join forces to build the feeling of a storm brewing.