Exclusive: New Mini-Doco Explores What Being In An Aussie Band Is Actually Like

Exclusive: New Mini-Doco Explores What Being In An Aussie Band Is Actually Like

It’s a given that we all love hearing, seeing, writing about and supporting local music, but unless you’re in a band, no doubt there’s a whole world inside

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


Get To Know HOWQUA, The Local Talent Making Waves Here & Overseas

Get To Know HOWQUA, The Local Talent Making Waves Here & Overseas

Situated in the heart of Melbourne, AWME is a three-day music conference and expo set to foster industry connections for up and coming roots artists,


The 5 Records That Changed Lulu Raes Lives

The 5 Records That Changed Lulu Raes Lives

The Lulu Raes are riding high on the momentum of their latest single, ‘Burnout’, which courses with the band’s “sensuous Beatles-like chord progressions”, their affection


The Music That Inspired Mini Mansions & QOTSA’s Michael Shuman

The Music That Inspired Mini Mansions & QOTSA’s Michael Shuman

Mini Mansions, the indie pop trio led by Queens of the Stone Age bassist Michael Shuman, are set to tour Australia this November, in support


Will Time Travel Save The Music Industry?

Will Time Travel Save The Music Industry?

This month sees the return of Face The Music, two jam-packed days of panel sessions, keynote presentations, networking opportunities, workshops, and master classes, bringing together the best


The Records That Influenced City Calm Down’s New Album

The Records That Influenced City Calm Down’s New Album

It’s fair to say the debut LP from Melbourne synth/ alt pop crew City Calm Down City Calm Down has been a long time coming. Titled In A


Retrospective: A Decade Later PVT Look Back On Their Debut Album

Retrospective: A Decade Later PVT Look Back On Their Debut Album

Iconic but understated, Australian trio PVT (formerly Pivot) have been creating groundbreaking, genre pushing experimental rock for over 15 years now, during this period it’s


Citizen Kay On How Much Aussie Hip Hop Has Evolved

Citizen Kay On How Much Aussie Hip Hop Has Evolved

With the recent release of a string of  infectiously catchy singles including ‘With The People’, ‘Wax On Wax Off’, followed shortly by the impressive full length


The Synth Gear Hauschka Couldn’t Live Without

The Synth Gear Hauschka Couldn’t Live Without

Dusseldorf-basedc composer and musician Hauschka is coming to Australia for the first time this month for a string of very special performances supporting his widely


How One Fan Turned Gatecrashing Music Festivals Into A Career

How One Fan Turned Gatecrashing Music Festivals Into A Career

“It just started with me really wanting to go to a music festival,” explains Marcus Haney. “I’d never been to one before. It was called


How A Group Of High-School Mates Are Building An Aussie Music Empire

How A Group Of High-School Mates Are Building An Aussie Music Empire

Trying to explain One Day succinctly is close to impossible. Part crew of friends, part musical collective, party promoters, as Horrorshow MC Solo explains it’s kind of


Kingswood Rank AC/DC’s 6 Greatest Albums Of All Time

Kingswood Rank AC/DC’s 6 Greatest Albums Of All Time

This coming November modern day rock heroes Kingswood are gearing up to share the stage Australian rock royalty AC/DC having recently been announced as the


Philadelphia Grand Jury Interview Each Other About Why They Broke Up

Philadelphia Grand Jury Interview Each Other About Why They Broke Up

One of this country’s most loved bands Philadelphia Grand Jury got fans all excited with the news that they’d reunited by dropping a new (unexpected) single, which was quickly


Sticky Fingers Explain Why Lockout Laws Won’t Last

Sticky Fingers Explain Why Lockout Laws Won’t Last

Following on from their cover of The Specials’ 1981 hit ‘Ghost Town’, Sydney based reggae/indie rock group Sticky Fingers made a pretty direct claim on


The Inside Story Of How Boy & Bear’s New Album Went #1

The Inside Story Of How Boy & Bear’s New Album Went #1

“It’s just one of those times where you don’t really know what to do: nothing’s…it’s not…you know, the album comes out and then it’s just




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