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DMA’S de­but LP, Hills End, dropped in Fe­bru­ary, liv­ing up to the hype that’s been shad­ow­ing the Syd­ney three­some for a cou­ple of years now. Now it’s time to catch these highly-tal­ented lads and their Manch­esteresque sound in the flesh, when they hit the road next month. Bris­bane, May 27; Ade­laide, June 3; Perth, June 4; Syd­ney, June 9-10; Mel­bourne, June 11-13; dmas­mu­sic.com


Be­tween 2011 and 2014, our ’90s in­die crush, PJ Har­vey, trav­elled to Kosovo, Afghanistan and Wash­ing­ton DC to “smell the air, feel the soil and meet the peo­ple” liv­ing among un­rest, poverty and power. The trip in­spired Har­vey’s de­but po­etry book and this wel­come, sonic re­turn: a de­fi­ant and brood­ing LP that speaks for those with­out a plat­form. The Hope Six De­mo­li­tion Project is avail­able now; pjhar­vey.net


How do you bounce back from los­ing (hair) rock cred be­cause you starred in 13 episodes of Gil­more Girls? Well, if you’re Skid Row’s Se­bas­tian Bach, you write a tell-all of sex, drugs and de­bauch­ery on the road. 18 and Life on Skid Row, $29.99; Harper Collins

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