Nick Murphy Tour 2020

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Chet Faker (real name Nicholas James Murphy) is an Australian songwriter/electronic producer out of Melbourne, Australia. He is a beardy, plaid-garbed exponent of this new breed of singer-songwriter, that takes the precepts of the indie-folk ballad and fuses them with down-tempo, electronic trip hop.

nick Murphy Tour 2019 !Like Sohn, Oliver Tank, James Blake and Dawn Golden, amongst a teeming crowd of others, Chet Faker is an example of the electronification of the one man band, a Millennial phenomenon that casts a wide net and draws an eclectic haul from the edges and recesses of Electronic Dance Music.

He rose to prominence in 2011 when a cover he had recorded of Blackstreet’s “No Diggity” went viral online, having been smattered across a range of music blogs and rising up the ranks to be featured on music reviews sites and attaining the No.1 slot on the respected net-arbiter Hypemachine’s chart.

He then released the “Thinking in Textures” EP to a warm reception from critics, who lauded its loungey, laconic intricacy and refinement. Its single, “I’m Into You” landed a spot on the 2012 Triple J Hottest 100 chart, coming in at a respectable No.24.

In April 2014 he released his highly anticipated debut full-length album “Built On Glass” on the Future Classic label, which also put out his three track collaboration with wildcard Sydney DJ, Flume, the previous year. It was recorded at the Arts House Meat Market Studio in North Melbourne. “Built On Glass” shot to No.1 on the ARIA Charts within a week of its release and wooed international audiences with its single, “Talk Is Cheap”.

The album champions Faker’s pioneering R’n’B electronica crossover sound. It is full of low, humming distortions, crackling, intercut samples and loops, and contrasting textures underpinning his crooning, affecting vocals.

Swelling net-popularity as well as collaborations with rising global stars, Flume and Kilo Kish, and remixes of The Temper Trap’s “Trembling Hands” and MR MS’s “Dark Doo Wop” had set the standard for Chet Faker. He was already a recognised name despite not having had a full-length LP come out, a bedroom sampler who had risen to prominence with a little help from Web 2.0. Now he’s the red-bearded trailblazer leading the peloton of neo-soul genre benders and laying the foundations for the vast swathes of aspiring artists to come.


Beast Coast Tour 2020

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Biography

Best Coast are a rock duo hailing from Los Angeles, California, United States who formed in 2009. The band consists of Bethany Consentino on guitar and vocals, and Bobb Bruno on guitar and anything else, and they’ve released two albums since their debut in 2010.

Best Coast’s story begins with a fifteen year old Bethany Consentino and her first attempts at songwriting, inspired by Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Weezer and Blink-182. Her songs attracted some label attention but none of them wanted to do anything with her that she was comfortable with, seemingly set on turning her into some kind of pop princess that just wasn’t her in any way. In 2006, she formed the experimental drone band Pocahunted with her friend Amanda Brown. It was the small scale, cassette recordings that she made with that group that fell into the hands of Bobb Bruno who was a multi-instrumentalist scenester seemingly known by everyone in the L.A music scene.

Pocahunted were starting to make some serious things happen on the west coast, even opening for Sonic Youth, but Consentino jacked it in to move to New York and start a creative writing degree. Unfortunately, having grown up in California, she found the atmosphere in New York “Stressful, congested and cold”, in her words. She developed a bad case of seasonal affective disorder and by April 2009, she had dropped out and was back in L.A, living with her mum and working a dead end job in a branch of Lush. For most, it would have been rock bottom, but Consentino felt inspired again, and was in a creative purple patch, writing more than she’d ever done.

Consentino got in touch with Bruno and the two of them recorded a string of 7-inch singles together, the first of which, the amazingly titled “Sun Was High (And So Was I)” got them signed to Black Iris, a music and film production agency. The duo kept releasing singles until a collection of them grabbed the attention of popular music blog The Daily Swarm’s owner Adam Shore, who became their manager, and the head of Mexican Summer Records Jeffery Kaye at around the same time. By the time 2009 was drawing to a close they were one of the most hyped bands on the planet, with a cassette tape released in the U.K and the release of their debut E.P “Make You Mine”, only adding fuel to the fire.

“Crazy For You”, the band’s debut album, was released in July 2010 after being recorded from January until April of the same year. It was an astonishing hit, coming as it did from a band that was just over a year old and from Black Iris, a record label that wasn’t really a record label. It sold 10’000 copies in its first week on sale, charting in the top forty of the Billboard 200 and ever since then the band have been one of the most beloved in indie rock. Their second album, 2012’s “The Only Place” did even better on the charts, 2013 saw them play shows supporting Green Day, 2014 saw them touring with the Pixies and they’ve headlined legendary venues all over the world, taking in London’s Shepherds Bush Empire, L.A’s El Rey Theatre and Washington D.C’s 9.30 Club to name a few.

If Best Coast aren’t already something very special indeed, then they’re definitely going to be very shortly. The future is bright for them and for that reason, they come highly recommended.


Tool Tour 2020

Tool Tour 2020 – Tool (formed in 1990) is a Grammy Award-winning American alternative metal and art rock band that also lends influences from progressive and psychedelic rock, hailing from Los Angeles, California, U.S.

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With dreams of lives in the film industry, bassist Paul D’Amour and guitarist Adam Jones moved to Los Angeles during the 1980s, which is where they met singer Maynard James Keenan and drummer Danny Carey. Upon forming in 1990, the band spent two years performing live shows around Los Angeles, and recording demos to raise their profile. In 1992 Tool signed with Zoo Entertainment, who issued the band’s debut EP “Opiate” the same year. Led by the singles “Hush” and “Opiate”, the record was a hard-hitting, heavy release and was supported with a tour alongside Rollins Band, Fishbone and Rage Against the Machine.

With Nirvana augmenting the successful grunge period of the late eighties and early nineties, Tool toned down the metal themes on their debut full-length, “Undertow”. Released in 1993, the record rose to No. 50 on the Billboard 200, and was marked by its nihilistic and haunting aesthetic. Following the release the band played a successful series of shows on the 1993 Lollapalooza tour, where they moved from the second stage to the main, and were introduced by comedian Bill Hicks.

Tool’s second studio album, “Ænima” was released in March 2003 marked by the departure of bassic D’Amour and arrival of Justin Chancellor. Produced by prog-rock producer David Bottrill, the record was dedicated to the late Bill Hicks, who had shared many of the band’s ideals. Later earning triple platinum certification despite the falling popularity of alternative rock, the record was led by the Grammy-winning titled track and led Tool to become figureheads of alternative metal.

Once again supported by an extensive touring schedule, the band’s third full-length “Lateralus” followed in 2001, this time marked with art rock themes with greater atmospheric accompaniments both visual and auditory. Rising to No. 1 on the Billboard 200, an impressive feat for an alt-metal group, the record spawned the single “Schism”, which went on the win the Grammy for Best Metal Performance in 2001. Two years of solid touring followed, including dates alongside King Crimson, following which the group’s members took time away from Tool to focus on other interests.

Led by the single “Vicarious”, Tool’s fourth full-length album, “10,000 Days”, arrived in May 2006, once again topping the U.S. Billboard 200. Proving not quite as popular as its predecessor, the album’s packaging later won the Grammy for Best Recording Package, and was supported with constant touring alongside Isis and Mastadon.

Sum 41 Tour 2020

Sum 41 Tour 2020 – Sum 41 is a Canadian punk rock band from Ajax, Ontario, consisting of frontman Deryck Whibley, longtime bassist Jason ‘Cone’ McCaslin, guitarist Dave ‘Brownsound’ Baksh, who returned to the band in 2015 after leaving back in 2004, guitarist Tom Thacker, and drummer Frank Zummo.

Formed in 1996, the band released their debut album, ‘All Killer, No Filler’ in 2001, followed by ‘Does This Look Infected?’ in 2002, ‘Chuck’ in 2004, ‘Underclass Hero’ in 2007, and ‘Screaming Bloody Murder’ in 2011. The band released their latest album, ‘13 Voices’, in October 2016 through Hopeless Records. The band are known for tracks such as In Too Deep, Fat Lip, Still Waiting, and Pieces. 

With the release of their new album ‘Order In Decline’ in July 2019, Sum 41 will tour North America and the UK this year. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below 

Sum 41 Tour 2020

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Reel Big Fish Tour 2020

Reel Big Fish Tour 2020 : Reel Big Fish is a ska punk band that hails from Huntington Beach, CA, U.S. They formed in 1992. The band gained popularity in the 1990s and are best known for their album “Turn The Radio Off.”

The members of Reel Big Fish have shuffled around numerous times throughout the years, with Aaron Barrett as the consistent lead singer of the group. The original trio also included bassist Matt Wong and drummer Andrew Gonzales. They started off producing music independently and their demo “In The Good Old Days” was finished in 1992. After the EP was released the band focused their music on a decidedly ska sound and sought to emulate predecessors like No Doubt and Sublime.

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Their first true ska album called “Everything Sucks,” released in 1995 snagged the attention of indie label Mojo Records and Reel Big Fish successfully recorded and released “Turn the Radio Off” the following year. The hit single “Sell Out” garnered mainstream success and made the Billboard charts for 32 weeks. The single also became a favorite on MTV.

Reel Big Fish put out a second album called “Why Do They Rock So Hard” in 1998 and although the album was appreciated by an underground audience, it failed to gain as much mainstream attention as their first album did. Reel Big Fish made their cinematic debut in the film “BASEketball” where they performed in a short cameo role. They also contributed to the soundtrack with a cover of a-ha’s “Take On Me.”

The band transitioned to Jive Records in 2001 and released the more rock and less ska album “Cheer Up!” in 2002. They supported the album with a tour with fellow rock bands Sum 41, Catch 22, Lucky Boys Confusion, Matches, and Zebrahead. Since 2006 Reel Big Fish has departed from Jive Records and self-produces music once again.