Meet The Local Label Putting Aussie Producers On The Map

Meet The Local Label Putting Aussie Producers On The Map

With a roster of high-profile artists booking sold-out tours and gaining ARIA nods, as well as highly successful ventures overseas, such as a packed-out Miami

The 6 Albums That Changed Red Fang’s Lives

The 6 Albums That Changed Red Fang’s Lives

American metal rockers Red Fang are currently in the country in the midst of a world tour, having performed at Cherry Rock over the weekend at  AC/DC Lane, blowing


The 17 Best Party Jams According To PBS 106.7FM

The 17 Best Party Jams According To PBS 106.7FM

It’s already May which means it’s time for the PBS annual Radio Festival! Between the 11th to the 24th of May, Melbourne music institution PBS fm


The 6 Records That Changed Oscar Key Sung’s Life

The 6 Records That Changed Oscar Key Sung’s Life

Melbourne singer-producer Oscar Key Sung makes heartfelt R&B pop, combining buttery vocals with his electronic production that will make you want to move your feet.


How This Aussie Label Is Supporting Local Music Is Brilliant

How This Aussie Label Is Supporting Local Music Is Brilliant

We here at Tone Deaf are huge fans of local label Rice Is Nice, based in Sydney and spearheaded by Julia Wilson, the label doesn’t


Total Giovanni Are Here To Spread The Love, And Their Dance Utopia Is Taking Over

Total Giovanni Are Here To Spread The Love, And Their Dance Utopia Is Taking Over

Total Giovanni’s aim is simple: they want to bring people together, make them dance, and hopefully lose all inhibitions in the process. You walk into


Myf Warhurst: The 7 Artists I’m Excited About In 2015

Myf Warhurst: The 7 Artists I’m Excited About In 2015

The end of April was a very exciting time for one of the ABC’s freshest faces in its extensive radio family, Double J, which happily


What It’s Like To Run One Of Australia’s Most Important Record Stores

What It’s Like To Run One Of Australia’s Most Important Record Stores

We here at Tone Deaf love nothing more than reporting on everything that is music, however sometimes there might be a little bit too much


From Bedrooms To International Festivals, The Rise Of Sydney’s DMA’s

From Bedrooms To International Festivals, The Rise Of Sydney’s DMA’s

Johnny Took has a roaring headache. “I’m at the Norfolk, smashing a Bloody Mary,” he tells Tone Deaf down a scratchy Sydney phone line. Took


Does 123 Agency’s Damian Costin Have The Best Job In Australian Music?

Does 123 Agency’s Damian Costin Have The Best Job In Australian Music?

An industry is only as strong as who’s working behind the scenes. While listeners are presented with artists new and old every day, seeing them


The 6 Records That Changed METZ’s Lives

The 6 Records That Changed METZ’s Lives

Following on from their crucially acclaimed self-titled debut, Canadian noise rock heroes METZ are on the eve of releasing their aptly titled sophomore record II (out


How Jericco’s Fans Helped The Aussie Rockers Create Their New Album

How Jericco’s Fans Helped The Aussie Rockers Create Their New Album

Melbourne cult sensation Jericco are back and in the biggest way possible. Their new album, Machine Made The Animal, dropped on the 13th March and to


A Day In The Life Of Adelaide’s Most Popular Record Store

A Day In The Life Of Adelaide’s Most Popular Record Store

We here at Tone Deaf love nothing more than reporting on everything that is music, however sometimes there might be a little bit too much


Django Django On Touring Australia & What To Expect From Their Second Album

Django Django On Touring Australia & What To Expect From Their Second Album

It’s certainly been a whirlwind few years for UK indie-electronica quartet, Django Django. From their humble DIY roots in lead producer, David Maclean’s bedroom, they


Record Store Shopping With Architects & UNFD

Record Store Shopping With Architects & UNFD

With the recent deluxe re-release of Lost Forever // Lost Together debuting at number 23 on the ARIA charts, as well as sold out shows across


Meet The Aussie Shoegaze Band Making Waves In The UK

Meet The Aussie Shoegaze Band Making Waves In The UK

Shoe-gaze/ psych rockers Flyying Colours are getting set to jet off to the UK and Europe this May to tour in support of the forthcoming EP


The 6 Records That Changed BONJAH’s Lives

The 6 Records That Changed BONJAH’s Lives

Some of our favourite alt-rockers BONJAH are on the eve of kicking off, eagerly anticipated string of tour dates to celebrate the release of their




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