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Track By Track: Sticky Fingers – ‘Land Of Pleasure’

Track By Track: Sticky Fingers – ‘Land Of Pleasure’

After serving up two already massive singles this year, the upcoming second album from Sydney rock n rollers Sticky Fingers Land Of Pleasure, is definitely gearing up to be one...

Is The Vinyl Bubble About To Burst?

Is The Vinyl Bubble About To Burst?

There’s no denying the mass resurgence of vinyl in recent years, and from a sales perspective, the signs are everywhere: the year-on-year success of the annual...

The 10 Awesome Things We’d Like To See At Every Music Festival

The 10 Awesome Things We’d Like To See At Every Music Festival

With all the buzz that 2014′s insane Splendour In The Grass has generated over the past few days, even from the performing artists themselves, it’s safe to...

The Best Tracks Of 2014, According To The Operatives

The Best Tracks Of 2014, According To The Operatives

The Operatives are a collective of multi-talented musicians and curators responsible for presenting tours of ground-breaking international talent and a platform for emerging artists to be...

Interpol Tell Us What To Expect From Their Album That Almost Didn’t Happen

Interpol Tell Us What To Expect From Their Album That Almost Didn’t Happen

As music enthusiasts, we love nothing more than getting our hands on some new vinyl. In fact, for many it’s a bona fide  obsession. While a record...

Does The Acid’s Dreamy Electro Translate Live?

Does The Acid’s Dreamy Electro Translate Live?

Transcontinental almost-buzz-band, The Acid, embarked on their Australian tour this week ahead of their spot at Splendour in the Grass. Privy to their festival warm-up was...

Why Future Islands Live Up To The Hype

Why Future Islands Live Up To The Hype

The Corner Hotel might be many things to Melbourne’s live music community, but it’s probably never been the setting for a spectacle that resembled a bullfighting...

After A Two Year Hiatus, Have Husky Returned To Form?

After A Two Year Hiatus, Have Husky Returned To Form?

They had huge success in 2011 winning Triple J Unearthed, and were touring globally on top of their wildly popular album Forever So. After a two year...

The 8 Things We Learnt About The New Angus & Julia Stone Record

The 8 Things We Learnt About The New Angus & Julia Stone Record

After a four year hiatus, beloved Australian indie-rock siblings Angus and Julia Stone are finally returning with arguably one of the most anticipated releases of their...

Here’s Why You Should Have Gone To Lily Allen’s Splendour Sideshow

Here’s Why You Should Have Gone To Lily Allen’s Splendour Sideshow

Nothing says “bad bitch” like smoking an e-cigarette on stage – ask Lily Allen, who did just that in a sold out show at Festival Hall...

Does Noughties Soul-Pop Queen Kelis Still Have It?

Does Noughties Soul-Pop Queen Kelis Still Have It?

Believe it or not, Kelis Rogers is an artist that has kicked her way around the scene for over 15-years, bet you’re feeling a little old...

The 6 Local Records You Should Be Listening To This Week

The 6 Local Records You Should Be Listening To This Week

We listen to a lot of music here at Tone Deaf HQ, and we’re the first to admit we’re perhaps a little biased towards sounds of the...

Sky Ferreria Made Her Melbourne Debut And We Were There

Sky Ferreria Made Her Melbourne Debut And We Were There

A name that’s floated around for quite a while is that of indie pop sensation Sky Ferreira. Her debut record Night Time, My Time has seen...

Meet Wild Beasts: The Saviours Of Indie Rock

Meet Wild Beasts: The Saviours Of Indie Rock

It is easy to see why so many are getting pulled into the Wild Beasts’ delectable musical abyss. Prior to this year’s release of Present Tense...

Why Ásgeir Is Iceland’s Best New Musical Export

Why Ásgeir Is Iceland’s Best New Musical Export

It’s been a mammoth year for Ásgeir. Re-releasing his début album In The Silence after translating it into English, playing sold-out shows in countless countries and...

Why Something For Kate Are One Of Our Greatest National Treasures

Why Something For Kate Are One Of Our Greatest National Treasures

It’s during the opening short film retrospective by Callum Preston that opens Something For Kate’s set that it really dawns just how remarkable an achievement two...

What Went Down At Dan Sultan’s Biggest Hometown Headline Show

What Went Down At Dan Sultan’s Biggest Hometown Headline Show

In a sellout performance at Melbourne’s Forum Theatre, Dan Sultan’s biggest hometown show was one to remember. Playing a string of new Australian rock’n’roll ballads from...

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