17 bands that only got bigger after changing up their sound

It’s something that almost every band has to deal with at some point; stick with a sound that works, or experiment and hope that everyone enjoys your new style. In some cases, it can work in your favour and you’ll see mass critical acclaim, and in other cases, it can result in...

Hands Like Houses Covered No Doubt For Like A Version

It’s always ambitious to take on a well-known song for triple j’s Like A Version, but it’s even gutsier to take on a song that pretty much anyone who was alive in the ’90s knows all of the words to and can perfectly vocalise the guitar solo. But Canberra rockers...

The 11 Best Things In Tampa, USA Every Music Fan Should Do

It’s almost like Tampa arose as a violent reaction to the better-known Floridian city, Miami. That metropolis is known for being a haven for electronic fans while down the road Tampa is a fortress for metal and heavy rock diehards. Of course it hasn’t always been that way. Tampa’s music...

20 Of Your Favourite Bands Transformed Into Lego

Lego has licensed many popular franchises in recent years. Everything from Star Wars to Spiderman and Thomas The Tank Engine has been given the brick treatment in the last decade or so, so why not rock bands? Which is exactly what they did to the likes of Queen, Blur, and...

Sisters Doing It For Themselves, Why Women Find More Solo Success Than Men

It’s the timeless conundrum faced by every celebrated frontman at some point in his glittering musical career. You’re the legendary leader of a famous band, you’ve got the platinum records, the sell-out stadium tours, the critical acclaim, supermodel girlfriend, adoring fans….so what’s next? You make a solo record, of course....

The Worst Christmas Songs Ever

Every self-respecting pop and rock star knows that the easy way to cash in before year’s end is to churn out a Christmas album, and while some of them have had a more bearable go at it than others, there really is some stinking lumps of coal that end up...

No Doubt Pull Offensive Video After Racism Backlash

Following the modest reception received by their long awaited comeback record, ​Push And Shove, everybody’s favourite female fronted punk turned pop outfit has once again raised eyebrows, with news that the group’s latest video clip contains culturally sensitive material. The film clip for No Doubt’s latest single, ‘Looking Hot’, has been...

No Doubt To Tour Australia… If They Can Find A Babysitter

Following the release of their first album in eleven years, Push and Shove,  No Doubt guitarist Tom Dumont has almost guaranteed the ska-pop heavyweights will be headed our way sometime in the near future, according to The Music. Dumont has all but announced a tour, using the members’ kids as wriggle room in...

Push And Shove

The long-awaited return of everyone’s favourite punk-chick-fronted band has done everything except for reignite our cravings for the ex-party animals. Arriving 11 years after their last release, Push And Shove takes the group in a new, but all too familiar direction. Replacing their in-your-face attitude and ‘no rules’ themes is an overcompensation of...

No Doubt Unleash Lead Single From First Album In 11 Years

It’s been over a decade since No Doubt released their last studio album, 2001’s Rock Steady, but the Californian group have just released the first taste from their first album in eleven years, the forthcoming Push And Shove. ‘Settle Down’ is the lead single from Push And Shove, featuring some beats from super-producer...

No Doubt To Release First New Album In Over A Decade

With Gwen Stefani supposedly on top of her multiple duties as the mother to Gavin Rossdale’s child, the head of fashion label LAMB, and of course, her own solo career; the ‘Hollaback Girl’ and company have officially announced the release of a new No Doubt record through a video statement...