The Guitar Gear King Gizzard Couldn’t Live Without

The Guitar Gear King Gizzard Couldn’t Live Without

These days, you rarely see the name King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard and not have ‘prolific’ follow closely behind. The band are currently sitting

New Zealand Legends Beastwars Take Us Through Their Career Highlights

New Zealand Legends Beastwars Take Us Through Their Career Highlights

New Zealand outfit Beastwars command an untouchable reputation as one of the best metal acts in the southern hemisphere and they’re about to remind their


Celebrating An Entire Decade Of Cherry Rock Festival With James Young

Celebrating An Entire Decade Of Cherry Rock Festival With James Young

With CherryRock 2016 set to kick off this weekend, Australia’s only dedicated rock and roll street festival is ready once again to blow the non-existent


Iron Maiden: From Sleeping In Vans, To Flying Ed Force One

Iron Maiden: From Sleeping In Vans, To Flying Ed Force One

Taking a look at Ed Force One, the 747-400 Jumbo Jet, which is set to bring Iron Maiden, their crew, and 12 tonnes of gear


Inside The World Of Australia’s Most Exciting Female Drummers

Inside The World Of Australia’s Most Exciting Female Drummers

It’s a fair assumption that when it comes to the gender divide in our local music scene drumming world seems to be dominated by men. On the


Bangsaray, Booze & Brotherhood: Inside The World Of Sticky Fingers

Bangsaray, Booze & Brotherhood: Inside The World Of Sticky Fingers

Things could have gone either way last year for Australia’s favourite reggae influenced rockers, Sticky Fingers. As they cancelled tours, went rounds with each other


Get To Know Danny Brown’s Favourite New Rapper & Protégé ZelooperZ

Get To Know Danny Brown’s Favourite New Rapper & Protégé ZelooperZ

Now essentially an honorary Australian resident, Detroit legend Dewan Sewell, A.K.A. Danny Brown is back in town touring as part of Groovin’ the Moo festival


In Hearts Wake & Northlane Take Us Inside Their New Collaborative Project

In Hearts Wake & Northlane Take Us Inside Their New Collaborative Project

As Tone Deaf reported earlier this year, Northlane and In Hearts Wake, two of Australia’s biggest heavy music exports, are joining forces for a co-headline tour


Meet The New App Changing How You Discover Live Music

Meet The New App Changing How You Discover Live Music

Ok so we bang on and on about how great Australia’s live music scene is. Especially if you’re a Melbourne based music fan, the opportunities to catch your new favourite


The Dandy Warhols Frontman Ranks Their Albums From ‘Perfect’ To ‘Genius’

The Dandy Warhols Frontman Ranks Their Albums From ‘Perfect’ To ‘Genius’

Progenitors of the Portland indie sound The Dandy Warhols undoubtedly have a bigger legacy than many people are willing to admit. While some fondly remember


The Albums That Changed MS MR’s Lives

The Albums That Changed MS MR’s Lives

Groovin The Moo 2016 is set to kick off later this month, giving those living in regional centres around Australia a taste of what we


Catching Up With New Zealand Pop Masters Broods

Catching Up With New Zealand Pop Masters Broods

Since bursting onto the international stage in 2014 with single ‘Bridges’ New Zealand’s brother-sister duo BROODS have been flat out. Touring with their first EP


The Gear Spring King Couldn’t Live Without

The Gear Spring King Couldn’t Live Without

Spring King are drummer/vocalist/producer Tarek Musa, guitarists Peter Darlington and Andrew Morton, and bassist James Green. Together, they’re part of a new vanguard of UK-bred


Aussie Musical Enigmas Dave Graney & Clare Moore On Making A Movie About Themselves

Aussie Musical Enigmas Dave Graney & Clare Moore On Making A Movie About Themselves

Dave Graney and Clare Moore started playing music together when they were teenagers in Adelaide. It was the late-70s and a post punk scene was


From Beiber To BØRNS Tigertown Take Us Though Their EP Songwriters

From Beiber To BØRNS Tigertown Take Us Though Their EP Songwriters

Tigertown are currently on the road playing a string of headline dates this month to celebrate the release of their impressive Lonely Cities EP, which is out now.


How Richie Ramone Saved Punk Rock’s Most Influential Band

How Richie Ramone Saved Punk Rock’s Most Influential Band

Coming from punk royalty like The Ramones, there isn’t a question Richie Ramone hasn’t been asked. Oh, except what size Keds he wears. And, the


The Guitar Gear Last Dinosaurs Couldn’t Live Without

The Guitar Gear Last Dinosaurs Couldn’t Live Without

Last Dinosaurs only recently got back on home turf after playing two massive headline shows in Asia (their sixth tour of the region in four




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