Did It Work? Inside The ‘Pay What You Want’ Aussie Music Festival

Did It Work? Inside The ‘Pay What You Want’ Aussie Music Festival

Following the closure of Wollongong stalwart Yours & Owls, Ben Tillman was still looking for ways to serve the local music scene and shine a

Local Natives

Local Natives

With the release of their debut album Gorilla Manor in 2009, Local Natives quickly became the latest alternative rock outfit to capture the attention of


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New Gods

For some, the end of Melbourne’s Little Red was a sad moment, and rightfully so, but when viewed at the surfeit of music that’s stemmed


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Iceage

Back in 2011 a group of teenage Danish punks released their debut record New Brigade to some seriously high acclaim. Now at the tender age


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PVT

Homosapien, the fourth and most recent album from Sydney/London experimental electronica trio PVT, is a revelatory record. Glimmering with a glow of warmth and –


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Ooga Boogas

It would be hard to come across a band with a name like Ooga Boogas and not immediately want to know more about them. The


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Counting Crows

It’s early evening in New York as Counting Crows singer, songwriter, and self confessed music lover, Adam Duritz talks about the making of the band’s


Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit are a band with an unmistakable musical identity, and after 10 years in the business, brothers Scott and Grant Hutchison – accompanied by


The Break

The Break

“Truth is stranger than fiction and music is stranger than the truth”, says Brian Ritchie. That certainly is the case and Space Farm, the upcoming


Mutemath

Mutemath

“I’m like one of those dogs where if you don’t take me out for a run, I’ll just eat all your furniture.” Welcome to the


Dropkick Murphys

Dropkick Murphys

It’s been little more than a year since the release of Celtic punk rockers, the Dropkick Murphys last album, Going Out In Style. Yet the


James Williamson of The Stooges

James Williamson of The Stooges

It starts off sounding like a fairly standard rock song: a crunchy riff bursting with electricity, played over a solid rhythm section. But six seconds


The Lumineers

The Lumineers

“Just in the last few weeks we’ve had our two biggest sold out shows in Denver over New Year’s, and then we had SNL last


The Presidents Of The United States Of America

The Presidents Of The United States Of America

Chris Ballew and Dave Dederer were performing under various guises before they met Jason Finn and formed what would unintentionally turn out to be one


Allen Stone

Allen Stone

Allen Stone has a captivating look, with his long blonde hair, big white American teeth and his colorful jumpers he is hard to miss when


Everything Everything

Everything Everything

In the opening week of sales, Everything Everything’s second album – the appropriately titled Arc – doesn’t look right perched at number three on the


Bloc Party

Bloc Party

Australia bound for Future Music Festival, influential British indie rockers Bloc Party will be experiencing a bit of a first, “Going out with a touring




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