OM Australian Tour

2013-03-16 by earthblues | 21 Comments
US outfit, OM, are bringing their unique blend of spiritually resonant and essential drone to Australia for a national tour this May.

Tickets are now on sale and available through Oztix and through various outlets.

For other info: http://lifeisnoise.com/news/om/

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InFiction
March 16th 2013
3827 Comments


Yeah, I might just come too. Should be cool.

earthblues
March 16th 2013
48 Comments


I'm from Melbourne, will be heading to either Sydney or Adelaide to see them a second time, see you in the slowly swaying pit.

sleepdirt
March 16th 2013
437 Comments


Tickets have been on sale since the dawn of time.

bigguytoo9
March 16th 2013
347 Comments


I just saw OM back in Feb, it was a fantastic show. The aussies wont be dissapointed.

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baldymort
March 16th 2013
887 Comments


I think I'm gonna have to hit up the Sydney show.

Captain North
March 16th 2013
6793 Comments


I'll see you there baldy.

joshieboy12345
March 16th 2013
5389 Comments


Very creative band name.....

sonicdeplumber
March 16th 2013
21 Comments


sleep is better

SlMBOLlC
March 16th 2013
5551 Comments


Yeh lets live in the capital city, we'll surely get some cool bands coming here

CrimsonLies
March 16th 2013
2556 Comments


Need to give them a listen

DeafMetal
March 17th 2013
8596 Comments


"their unique blend of spiritually resonant and essential drone"


om isn't a drone band u know that right

DarkNoctus
March 17th 2013
9704 Comments


lol $42

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Keyblade
March 17th 2013
22912 Comments


I don't think he does but shhh

yea that's why he called it drone

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DarkNoctus
March 17th 2013
9704 Comments


essential

Keyblade
March 17th 2013
22912 Comments


lol

DarkNoctus
March 17th 2013
9704 Comments


maybe it's different in australia but that sounds like a hell of a lot to me

tempest--
March 17th 2013
18931 Comments


yeah everything is expensive af in Australia, new console games are like $70 - $90 and new CDs are like $25

tempest--
March 17th 2013
18931 Comments


Wow, that's a lot more than what I would expect for Nick Cave.
I know it sounds stingy but $15 for a local concert is actually quite expensive. Even just 3 years ago they were ~$10 a pop.

DarkNoctus
March 17th 2013
9704 Comments


New console games are more in the $70-$120 range. That's not any better, but yeah. And new CDs can go up to $35, in my experience. Concerts are generally around $70, then concerts for extremely popular artists are anywhere between $100-200. I paid $120 to see Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.


oh man

k yeah i take that back, that sounds reasonable

Captain North
March 17th 2013
6793 Comments


Nah, 70 bucks is only once you get fairly popular. Most Sputnik bands are between 25-70.

Captain North
March 18th 2013
6793 Comments


Cool story. Converge were 40



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