The good people at Live Nation have come through with more tickets for Kendrick Lamar’s two Auckland shows.
Thursday 19 July – Spark Arena
Friday 20 July – Spark Arena
Tickets go on sale from HERE Thursday 28 June at 8am. Tickets still available for Kendrick’s Dunedin show.
Illusive Presents, Frontier Touring, Culture Kings and Complex Mag are thrilled to welcome one of the biggest names of rap to Australia and New Zealand for the very first time. Finally, Grammy nominated rapper and entrepreneur Rick Ross drops into Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland to deliver tracks spanning across his incredible career this September. Miami’s very own Rick Ross is undoubtedly one of the most influential figures to come out of the noughties. With the levying stature of a goliath and the regal standing of a king, Rick Ross has lived up to his prophecy of being ‘The Boss’.
FRONTIER MEMBERS PRE-SALE via HERE
Runs 24 hours from: Monday 2 July – 11am AEST or until pre-sale allocation exhausted.
GENERAL PUBLIC ON SALE Begins: Thursday 5 July (12noon local time) All shows —18+
PERTH – Wednesday 19 September Metro City | BUY TICKETS |
BRISBANE – Friday 21 September Eatons Hill Ballroom | BUY TICKETS |
MELBOURNE – Saturday 22 September Forum Melbourne | BUY TICKETS |
SYDNEY – Sunday 23 September Enmore Theatre | BUY TICKETS |
Tickets are $99.90 + Booking Fee
Illusive Presents, Frontier Touring and Mai FM are thrilled to welcome one of the
biggest names of rap to New Zealand for the very first time. Finally, Grammy
nominated rapper and entrepreneur Rick Ross drops into Auckland to deliver tracks
spanning across his incredible career this September.
Tuesday 25 September – Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland.
FRONTIER MEMBERS PRE-SALE via HERE
Monday 2 July at 12pm – Tuesday 3 July at 12pm
GENERAL PUBLIC ON SALE
Thursday 5 July at 12pm from HERE.
Tickets are $99.90 + Booking Fee.
Hot off the heels of lighting up the internet and charts with his #1 single ‘This Is America’, acclaimed triple-double threat (musician/writer/producer/director/actor) Donald Glover will perform at outdoor venues in Perth, Melbourne, and Sydney this November ahead of hosting a PHAROS event in New Zealand.
Tickets will go on sale Friday 29 June, 12pm AEST from HERE.
- Thursday 8 November – HBF Stadium, Perth (all ages)
- Saturday 10 November – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne (all ages)
- Wednesday 14 November – Opera House Forecourt, Sydney (all ages)
With so much hype for Kanye’s album, his joint project with Cudi, Pusha bodying Drake, and the new Nas, it seemed like social media forgot about Teyana Taylor.
So did the First Lady of G.O.O.D Music deliver, or can we skip this?
K.T.S.E. (Keep That Same Energy) is Teyana Taylor’s second studio album. “No Manners”, describes her heavy infatuation with an unnamed lover. Although she has a man, she doesn’t plan to sit still or let others control her. The track is likely dedicated to her husband Iman Shupert.
On “Gonna Love Me”, Teyana sings over a soulful Delfonics sample about getting through the troubles in a relationship, and finding love in the struggle.
“Hurry” features Kanye West vocally. The track is very sexual as Teyana asks to “take your hands and grab” her “fatty.” She even moans to end a verse displaying her sexual emotion.
Teyana sings about being willing to have a three way with her husband, Iman Shumpert, and another woman in “3Way.” She says she is willing to let another woman into her bed because she knows it turns her husband on, and that they don’t have feelings for these girls, they simply use them to explore their sexuality. The track also features Ty Dolla $ign.
WTP is the final track on Taylor’s sophomore album, K.T.S.E. The track is in the style of the music of the Harlem Ballroom scene. The music is accompanied by a forms of dancing and runway walks, the most popular being ‘voguing’ which is an interpretive dance based on runway walks and model photo shoot poses.
Overall, it’s better than what I thought it would be. Kanye really comes through with the production on this album, and shows why he is one of the best. Teyana showed why she is signed to G.O.O.D Music.
Spilt Milk (ACT) have revealed their 2018 lineup and it’s stacked!
Split Milk is your perfect weekend festival outing. Nestled in the centre of Canberra, the festival draws audiences from all over Australia. Having completely exhausted all tickets in 18 minutes for 2016, followed by a record-setting 9 minutes for 2017, this is not one to sleep on. Canberra locals will have a chance at scoring a Homegrown ticket first via a Spilt Milk pop-up on July 1, while the rest of Australia can sign up to pre-sale for their opportunity to secure tickets on July 3. General admission release will go on sale July 5.
TICKET DETAILS HERE.
Sat 17 November, 2018 – Canberra, ACT.
- Childish Gambino •
- Carmouflage Rose •
- Channel Tres •
- Cub Sport •
- Hatchie •
- Hayden James •
- Jack River •
- Kinder •
- Kira Puru •
- Kwame •
- Manu Crooks •
- Methyl Ethel •
- Miss Blanks •
- Moaning Lisa •
- Peking Duk •
- RL Grime •
- Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever •
- ShockOne •
- Skegss •
- Thandi Phoenix •
- The Jungle Giants •
- The Wombats •
- Thundamentals •
- Willaris. K •
- Vera Blue •
Alongside the mammoth musical line-up is a team of incredibly innovative visual artists, who will transform Commonwealth Park into a weird and wonderful playground of visual delights. Leading the pack is Hamburg based artist, Stefanie Thiele. First and foremost a painter, Stefanie’s extensive background across photography, graphic design, textiles, sculpture and more, will guide a team of local Canberran artists to create artistic experiences, installations and decor that will overload your senses and transport you to another world.
Between acts, a delectable selection of food vendors will be there to satiate your appetites to keep you going all day long. Awaken your tastebuds with the enticing Asian street food from Bao Brothers, go full, finger-lickin’ guilty pleasure with Dirty Bird Food Truck or stick with the cult classic burgers from Chur Burger.
Having completely exhausted all tickets in 18 minutes for 2016, followed by a record-setting 9 minutes for 2017, this is not one to sleep on. Canberra locals will have a chance at scoring a Homegrown ticket first via a Spilt Milk pop-up on July 1, while the rest of Australia can sign up to pre-sale for their opportunity to secure tickets on July 3 at 12pm. General admission release will go on sale at 12pm on July 5.
Don’t miss out on tickets & be crying over Spilt Milk! Sign up to the website for pre-sale today and the brightest day on the Australian music calendar for 2018.
It’s been a wild few weeks in music with a bunch of huge albums coming out. Most of them of course have been part of the onslaught from the G.O.O.D. Music camp.
Since the end of May, Pusha T, Kanye West, Ye and Cudi and Nas have all releases albums produced by label head Kanye West. The last of the pack is Teyana Taylor. Stream her album K.T.S.E. which stands for Keep That Same Energy, below.