• Aussie songstress Gossling has revealed the third in a series of videos highlighting tracks from her forthcoming 'International Love' EP. The singer, real name Helen Croome, is releasing a clip every week in the lead-up to the EP's release on April 20. 'Rose' can be viewed HERE.
• Sony Music's latest release schedule has revealed that the new album for US singer Mike Posner will be released in Australia early next month. 'Sky High' will feature the singer's recently-released single 'Looks Like Sex' and will drop at retail on Friday May 04.
• Touring giant Live Nation has snapped up local touring company Coppel Presents, but the boss of the latter will become the CEO of Live Nation's Australian operations.
• Aussie songstress Shelley Harland is over the moon. She recently launched a campaign to get her fans financially on board in the effort to create her new album. The plan has succeeded and Shelley has raised a tad over $11,000, meaning the project to record the new LP will soon commence.
• With their new album 'So Pretend' due in the stores in just a couple of weeks time, the boys from Melbourne outfit Buckley Ward have announced a five date national tour. They kick things off in Adelaide later this month before taking in dates in Sydney, Melbourne, Geelong and Brisbane. All the dates and details are available at the band's OFFICIAL FACEBOOK page.
• The US albums chart this week belongs to Madonna, whose new album 'MDNA' debuts in the No.1 spot on the back of 359,000 sales. It was light years ahead of its nearest competitor - Lionel Richie's 'Tuskegee' debuting at No.2 with 199,000 copies. Shinedown's new single 'Amaryllis' is in at No.4, with the 'Hunger Games' soundtrack falling to No.5. Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream' re-enters the top ten after the repackage and The Used's new album 'Vulnerable' debuts at No.8.
• And don't forget to join us at 9am AEST tomorrow for our weekly Chart Watch segment, in which we look at all the goings-on in ARIA's top 100 singles and albums charts.