5 Aussie Producers You Need To Hear With Christopher Port

5 Aussie Producers You Need To Hear With Christopher Port

Australia is awash with talented electronic artists at present, drawing eyes from around the globe to our cosy neck of the woods. One such talent

Holy Holy: Young Bands Are Being Crippled By Expectation And The Weight Of History

Holy Holy: Young Bands Are Being Crippled By Expectation And The Weight Of History

As guitarist and producer Oscar Dawson makes his cup of morning coffee, “feeling lazy” at home in Melbourne, you wouldn’t think that the indie rockers

The Delta Riggs Want To Give Their Fans Memories Instead Of Merch

The Delta Riggs Want To Give Their Fans Memories Instead Of Merch

Australia’s irrepressible jam-band, The Delta Riggs are releasing their third studio album Active Galactic tomorrow, and fans are in for a disco-infused, punk-laced rock ‘n’ roll

The Guitar Gear Deftones Couldn’t Live Without

The Guitar Gear Deftones Couldn’t Live Without

California heavy music veterans Deftones have announced they are set to return to Australia for a run of national headline shows this November, to be

Emerging Artists Shout Out The Fellow Musos That Inspire Them

Emerging Artists Shout Out The Fellow Musos That Inspire Them

Everyone needs a bit of musical inspiration from time to time – aspiring musicians possibly most of all – and sometimes the best source of inspiration

Snowtunes Is Leading A Wave Of Innovative Boutique Festivals

Snowtunes Is Leading A Wave Of Innovative Boutique Festivals

Boutique winter festival Snowtunes is only two weeks away, returning to picturesque Lake Jindabyne on September 3rd 2016. Promising to “unshackle your imagination and push the

Cali Post-Hardcore Champs Pierce The Veil Slayed 170 Russell

Cali Post-Hardcore Champs Pierce The Veil Slayed 170 Russell

Our photographer Christine Lee headed down to 170 Russell to catch a ripping set from post-hardcore champs Pierce The Veil, supported by Canadians Silverstein, Beartooth from

All The Live Music You Can’t Miss This Month At NGV

All The Live Music You Can’t Miss This Month At NGV

Melbourne’s NGV has just become an ideal place to catch live music every Friday night with the introduction of a new weekly event: ‘Friday Nights at NGV’.

How Harts Is Smashing The Limitations Of Bedroom Recording

How Harts Is Smashing The Limitations Of Bedroom Recording

It’s been six to seven years since Melbourne soulster Harts starting putting together songs for his debut EP Offtime in his tiny bedroom. Now in

Where Are They Now? Alex Lloyd

Where Are They Now? Alex Lloyd

The festivities for the 30th anniversary of the ARIA Awards were announced earlier this month, which immediately sent us down a YouTube nostalgia hole, watching

The 10 Best R&B And Slow Jam Records With The Do Yo Thangs

The 10 Best R&B And Slow Jam Records With The Do Yo Thangs

The Do Yo Thangs are Melbourne’s newest future soul/R&B slow jammers who have recently signed to Australian funk/soul label HopeStreet Recordings and released their debut

Glass Animals On Hunting For UFOs And Making Guns In Grandma’s Basement

Glass Animals On Hunting For UFOs And Making Guns In Grandma’s Basement

Glass Animals’ sophomore release How To Be a Human Being drops on 26 August, and with it the weight of expectation. But for Glass Animals, there’s

The Records That Changed The Superjesus’ Life

The Records That Changed The Superjesus’ Life

The Superjesus have returned in the biggest possible way, with a new EP having just been released, and a brand new string of national tour dates

A.B. Original: “Being Subtle & Humble Is What The Oppressor Wants, We’re Not About That”

A.B. Original: “Being Subtle & Humble Is What The Oppressor Wants, We’re Not About That”

Confrontation is what A.B. Original are and what they stand for, and their upcoming appearance at BIGSOUND may just be the push in the right direction

‘Every Night The Same Dream’ Is Ball Park Music Pushing Boundaries Without A Safety Net

‘Every Night The Same Dream’ Is Ball Park Music Pushing Boundaries Without A Safety Net

Ball Park Music’s last album, 2014’s Puddinghead, was the first album the band self-produced, setting out to make an album full of hits. It worked

Ball Park Music’s Sam Cromack On The Dying Art Of Analogue Recording

Ball Park Music’s Sam Cromack On The Dying Art Of Analogue Recording

Ball Park Music are no strangers to cutting edge technology, having just released a music video for new single ‘Whipping Boy’ that was created entirely using the

Alex Williamson On The Loosest Units In Aussie Music And Getting ‘Punched’ By Kerser

Alex Williamson On The Loosest Units In Aussie Music And Getting ‘Punched’ By Kerser

Alex Williamson is the Adelaide comedian and musician skewering all sorts of Australian tropes, examining the role of the ‘bogan’ in modern Australian society on his popular



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