The Production Gear Rosie Lowe Couldn’t Live Without

The Production Gear Rosie Lowe Couldn’t Live Without

Rosie Lowe is about to show us that she’s more than just one of the most talked-about darlings of the blogosphere with the release of

Urthboy, Tuka & L-Fresh The Lion On The Current State Of Aussie Hip Hop

Urthboy, Tuka & L-Fresh The Lion On The Current State Of Aussie Hip Hop

With so many exciting new hip hop talents emerging from Australia’s vast music landscape over the past few years it seems that Aussie hip hop


Ratatat Rate Their Five Studio Albums

Ratatat Rate Their Five Studio Albums

They were announced for the lineup of the 2015 Meredith Music Festival earlier this year and instantly became one of the festival’s biggest draws. Now,


The Guitar Gear John Butler Couldn’t Live Without

The Guitar Gear John Butler Couldn’t Live Without

With the release of 2004’s Sunrise Over Sea, his third album as the titular frontman of John Butler Trio, the California-born singer-songwriter Butler went from


The Greatest Moments In The Skyhooks’ Career

The Greatest Moments In The Skyhooks’ Career

With a dangerous look and a deadlier sound, the Skyhooks were always poised for greatness and boy did they deliver, becoming arguably the biggest band


Inside The Aussie Company Helping Indie Acts Record Live Albums For Free

Inside The Aussie Company Helping Indie Acts Record Live Albums For Free

We’ve been talking a little bit lately about OpenLIVE, the tool that allows musicians to easily and reliably record their live performances in high def


Melbourne’s Best Burgers & Their Musical Dedication, With Leisure Suite

Melbourne’s Best Burgers & Their Musical Dedication, With Leisure Suite

Melbourne production duo Leisure Suite, know a lot about two things: 1) how to create some of the dreamiest, electronic gems in Australia right now aaaand 2)


Wavves’ Stephen Pope talks his Favvourite Records

Wavves’ Stephen Pope talks his Favvourite Records

Having been announced as part of the stacked lineup for Falls Festival this December and January, LA’s favourite noise pop enfants terribles Wavves recently announced


Bloc Party Reflect On Their Breakthrough Debut LP A Decade After Its Release

Bloc Party Reflect On Their Breakthrough Debut LP A Decade After Its Release

“I just woke up like 15 minutes ago, so you’re getting the real Kele this morning” It’s early in the UK, and the Bloc Party


How Lime Cordiale Managed To Help Drought Stricken Farmers In QLD

How Lime Cordiale Managed To Help Drought Stricken Farmers In QLD

Indie rockers Lime Cordiale recently unleashed their brand new EP, titled The Road To Paradise. Following on from its lead single ‘Not That Easy’ EP is the guys


A US Muso’s Perspective On Australia’s Best Artists

A US Muso’s Perspective On Australia’s Best Artists

NYC based duo Koncept & J57 have today unleashed their brand new EP titled The Fuel and it’s an impressive amalgamation of the two piece’s


The Albums That Influenced Rockers Half Moon Run

The Albums That Influenced Rockers Half Moon Run

Sun Leads Me On, is the latest stunning effort from Canadian rockers Half Moon Run. A follow on from their 2012 record Dark Eyes and comes off the


Get To Know The People Making Their Dream Events Come True

Get To Know The People Making Their Dream Events Come True

A a part of all the incredible things happening at Melbourne Music Week Self-Made returns in 2015 with a fresh program of fun, unexpected and


The Best & The Worst Solo Ventures, According To Shihad’s Jon Toogood

The Best & The Worst Solo Ventures, According To Shihad’s Jon Toogood

You know Jon Toogood from Shihad, the band he’s fronted for over 25 years, or maybe you know him from his collaborative project, The Adults.


The Music Gear New War Couldn’t Live Without

The Music Gear New War Couldn’t Live Without

Melbourne favourites New War rose out of the ashes of Seattle-based Kill Rock Stars act Shoplifting several years ago. They’ve since garnered acclaim for their


The Funniest Songs Ever, According To Aunty Donna

The Funniest Songs Ever, According To Aunty Donna

For those uninitiated Aunty Donna are one of Melbourne’s most most exciting (and funniest, obviously) comedy groups, exploding onto the Melbourne comedy scene in 2012, the guys


What The Future Of The Live Music Experience Could Look Like

What The Future Of The Live Music Experience Could Look Like

The month (13-20 November) sees the return of Melbourne Music Week, one of mod exciting and progressive events on Australia’s cultural calendar. Featuring something for




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