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All Time Low, Au­gust 28, The Tivoli, Bris­bane: The US pop punk band will fea­ture dif­fer­ent Aus­tralian sup­port acts on this tour. Sky­way, who re­lease their new EP later this year, join them in Bris­bane. Ma­chine Gun Kelly, Septem­ber 7, The Hi Fi, Bris­bane: The OhioMC­tours Aus­tralia for the first time. Hip-hop star MGK, 23, re­leased his first mix­tape, Stamp Of Ap­proval, in 2006 when he was 16. Now signed to Diddy’s Bad Boy label, his lat­estMGKmix­tape, Black Flag, was re­leased in June. It fea­tures Pusha T, Meek Mill, Wiz Khal­ifa & French Mon­tana. Kelly was born Col­son Baker in Hous­ton, Texas. He was anointed with the nameMGKafter be­ing bul­lied at school, when he would fire back with rapid fire words. ‘‘I used to stand out be­cause I was tall and I couldn’t re­ally fight back then,’’ MGKsays. ‘‘Then I got tired of get­ting beat up so I started fight­ing peo­ple with my words in­stead. I got the name Ma­chine Gun Kelly be­cause of my rapid-fire de­liv­ery when I was 15 and started do­ing shows.’’ Davey Lane, Septem­ber 11, BIG­SOUND Live, Bris­bane: M-Phazes, the Melbourne based hip-hop pro­ducer and per­former, has remixed Davey Lane’s You’re The Cops, I’m The Crime. Lane has just wrapped up a national tour with You Am I and has an­nounced a se­ries of dates to pro­mote his solo record. You’re The Cops, I’m The Crime is the first taste of Lane’s solo EP The Good Borne Of Bad Tymes. Lane has be­come his own label mogul and will re­lease the EP on his new label Field Record­ings. His first solo show­case will be in Bris­bane as part of the BIG­SOUND mu­sic con­fer­ence. The Peace, Septem­ber 23, The Zoo, Bris­bane: Bri­tish in­die rock quar­tet will tour Aus­tralia’s east coast. ‘‘We al­ways wanted to go to Aus­tralia. It all got too much so . . .’’ the band writes on Face­book. The band is cur­rently tour­ing Asia, per­form­ing in Thai­land and Ja­pan, and will head to the US af­ter its Aus­tralian shows. Ngai­ire, Oc­to­ber 3, Bris­bane Mul­ti­cul­tural Arts Cen­tre; Oc­to­ber 5, Great North­ern Ho­tel, By­ron Bay: Singer-song­writer Ngai­ire will per­form tracks off her de­but al­bum La­men­ta­tions. The Pa­pua New Guinean­born new­comer, now based in Syd­ney, dropped her de­but al­bum in July and re­ceived plenty of on-air sup­port from com­mu­nity ra­dios sta­tions around the na­tion. In 2010, she was named in Triple J’s Next Crop list along­side Kim­bra, Lanie Lane, and The Jez­abels. The Jun­gle Gi­ants, Oc­to­ber 24, Coolan­gatta Ho­tel: Bris­bane in­die rock­ers – Ce­sira Aitken, Sam Hales, Kee­lan Bi­jker and An­drew Dooris – will per­form tracks from their new al­bum Learn To Ex­ist, due out on Au­gust 30. Pit­bull, Ke$ha, Oc­to­ber 30, Bris­bane En­ter­tain­ment Cen­tre: Pit­bull and Ke$ha bring their wild par­ty­ing ways Down Un­der on a joint tour. The rap­per and singer will be joined by Aus­tralian pop group/ dance stars Jus­tice Crew. Paramore, YouMeAt Six, Twenty One Pi­lots, Jan­uary 9, Bris­bane En­ter­tain­ment Cen­tre: Paramore were one of the main acts for Sound­wave 2013. Their re­cent self-ti­tled al­bum de­buted at No.1 in Aus­tralia. Bri­tish band You Me At Six formed in 2007 and played Sound­wave in 2012. Twenty One Pi­lots from Colum­bus, Ohio, are tour­ing Aus­tralia for the first time.

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