In the year 2010, the world of post-hardcore/pop-punk was treated with the most heart-warming of news, at long last seminal outfit Taking Back Sunday witnessed
Canadian Music Week (CMW) is an industry conference and music festival that runs in May. This year CMW ran from the 6-10th May and featured
Cherry Bar is a Melbourne institution, Mr James Young, the man behind Cherry Bar is a Melbourne institution. Known for playing host to the most
It’s an exciting time to be Kimbra. She’s just dropped a chaotic yet ebullient slice of future pop that heralds her new album, the star-studded
Incase you’re unaware of this incredibly talented duo, Holy Holy is a musical project born of award-winning singer songwriter Timothy Carroll from Brisbane and guitarist/composer
Relentlessly lauded as one of Australia’s great bands, Wagons will be hitting the highways and byways near you, battering their heels upon some sorely neglected local
Following up a hugely successful 2013, Cairns-turned-Melbourne pub rock kings Drunk Mums are about to hit the road in support of their latest single ‘Plastic’.
After nearly three years since the release of their universally acclaimed 2011 album Ritual Union, Little Dragon have returned with their highly anticipated fourth album,
Emerging from SXSW as one of the most talked about acts, the Syracuse noise punkers Perfect Pussy have been exploding amps in warehouse parties on
One of Australia’s most well respected and hardworking entities, British India are not unaccustomed to the draw of the darkness. Having toured relentlessly since inception
PHFAT are South Africa’s biggest independent rap group and are teeing up to hit Australia with a self-funded tour in May, playing clubs and venues
After an already impressive three full-length albums about beards, the world’s premier beard- related rock act The Beards are returning with a brand new album, fittingly
When Graveyard Train wrote their new album Takes One To Know One the process essentially started with the band hurling childish insults to one another.
When a band is around for such a short time, it almost feels like fans have been orphaned. Such is the obsession for that group
It’s already May which means it’s time for the PBS annual Radio Festival. Between the 12th to the 25th of May, Melbourne music institution PBS
Since their formation in their beachside hometown of Cronulla, New Empire have set hearts on fire and brought audiences to life with their explosive brand
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