Australian music icons The Wiggles team up with a host of local heroes for ReWiggled. Disc one is Wiggles songs reinterpreted by Australian artists including DZ Deathrays, Spacey Jane, San Cisco, Custard and more. Disc two is a studio album by the Wiggles covering some of their all-time favourite songs such as The Chats’ ‘Pub Feed’, The Rolling Stones’ ‘She’s A Rainbow’, Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, The White Stripes’ ‘We're Going to Be Friends’ and their Hottest 100-topping cover of Tame Impala’s ‘Elephant’.
The Hoodoo Gurus release their tenth album, Chariot of the Gods. It’s the first album in over a decade from the ARIA Hall Of Fame members and includes the singles ‘World Of Pain’ and ‘Carry On’.
Sydney singer-songwriter Alex Cameron returns with Oxy Music, his fourth studio album. The follow-up to 2019’s Miami Memory features the singles ‘Sara Jo’, ‘Best Life’ and ‘K Hole’.
Noongar MC Dallas Woods releases Julie's Boy, his debut solo project. The longtime Baker Boy collaborator has already released the singles ‘Grime’ and ‘Rasta’ from the mini album.
2020 ARIA Hall Of Fame inductee Archie Roach releases the career-spanning collection My Songs: 1989–2021. The three-disc set includes tracks from over Roach’s more than 30 years of output and includes collaborations with Paul Kelly, Tiddas, Emma Donovan and more.
Canadian rock veteran Bryan Adams returns with So Happy It Hurts. It’s Adams’ 15th album, coming three years on from Shine A Light (#7 Apr. ‘19). Singles released from the album include ‘Kick Ass’ and ‘Never Gonna Rain’.
British singer-songwriter Rex Orange County releases Who Cares? The album is the follow-up to Pony, which gave him his first Top Ten entry in Australia when it peaked at #4 in November 2019. Tyler, The Creator appears on the single ‘Open a Window’.
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