Iron Maiden: From Sleeping In Vans, To Flying Ed Force One

Iron Maiden: From Sleeping In Vans, To Flying Ed Force One

Taking a look at Ed Force One, the 747-400 Jumbo Jet, which is set to bring Iron Maiden, their crew, and 12 tonnes of gear

The 6 Things That Inspire New Empire

The 6 Things That Inspire New Empire

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


6 Albums That Changed Twin Haus’ Lives

6 Albums That Changed Twin Haus’ Lives

In celebration of the release of their debut EP Waxen Myriad, out on 3rd May, Twin Haus are hitting the East Coast the same month


7 Albums That Changed DZ Deathrays’ Lives

7 Albums That Changed DZ Deathrays’ Lives

With the release of DZ Deathrays’ highly anticipated sophomore LP Black Rat quickly approaching (out May 2 through I OH YOU) the Brisbane trash/pop duo


Today’s Best Aussie Bands With Steve Kilbey

Today’s Best Aussie Bands With Steve Kilbey

There is little debate over whether singer songwriter Steve Kilbey is an Australian music legend. Steve moved to Australia at the age of three and


A Guide To Vinyl With Cut Copy

A Guide To Vinyl With Cut Copy

Australian dance group Cut Copy have tasted success in recent years that has seen them dominate the world stage playing festivals and sold out shows


Artist On Artist: Ivy St & East Brunswick All Girls Choir

Artist On Artist: Ivy St & East Brunswick All Girls Choir

East Brunswick All Girls Choir (EBAGC) is a band that needs little introduction. Their sound is a raw and gut-wrenchingly effortless blend of late 90s


6 Awesome Things About The NT Music Scene With Sietta

6 Awesome Things About The NT Music Scene With Sietta

Formed in Darwin, elctronic soul duo Sietta blossom with their second album, The Invisible River (out now via Elephant Tracks). Their lush breeze of soul tinged


Why I Translated My Album To English, With Ásgeir

Why I Translated My Album To English, With Ásgeir

Ásgeir seems to be the name on everyone’s lips at the moment. Following a huge amount of support from Triple J, the Icelandic singer-songwriter’s debut


17 Awesome Things We Learnt From Bluesfest’s Peter Noble

17 Awesome Things We Learnt From Bluesfest’s Peter Noble

This Easter long weekend marks Bluesfest’s 25th anniversary, complete with a Silver Jubilee lineup of around 90 artists playing across six stages over five days


Dan Sultan: ‘Be True To Yourself & Fuck Everyone Basically’

Dan Sultan: ‘Be True To Yourself & Fuck Everyone Basically’

It had been five gruelling years since Melbourne’s born and bred cannon of rock’n’roll and country soul, Dan Sultan, had released a record. Seeking refuge


The ‘Biggest’ Bands In The World, By Velociraptor

The ‘Biggest’ Bands In The World, By Velociraptor

Brisbane based 10-14 piece band Velociraptor are back on the scene, having recently signed to Dot Dash/Remote Control Records the collective will be releasing their


7 Most ‘Aussie’ Moments In Australian Music, By Client Liaison

7 Most ‘Aussie’ Moments In Australian Music, By Client Liaison

With a mere trio of singles under their belt Client Liaison have already accomplished an awful lot. The 2012 debut single and ode to 20th Century


6 Albums That Changed tUnE-yArDs’ Life

6 Albums That Changed tUnE-yArDs’ Life

tUnE-yArDs (a.k.a Merrill Garbus) is set to release her third record, Nikki Nack, in early May. Renowned for her strong voice, complex rhythmic composition, and


The Sexiest Album Covers Ever, With Hunx And His Punx

The Sexiest Album Covers Ever, With Hunx And His Punx

After their first visit in 2013 performing at Sugar Mountain Festival, MONA FOMA, and tearing across Australia playing some wild sold out shows, Hunx And


The 6 Greatest Backstage Riders With Yacht Club Djs

The 6 Greatest Backstage Riders With Yacht Club Djs

For Yacht Club DJs, the last six years have seen five glorious mixtapes, thousands of shows, international tours (not least of which, a sold out run


6 Tips For Touring Overseas, With The Paper Kites

6 Tips For Touring Overseas, With The Paper Kites

Melbourne’s much loved folk five-piece, The Paper Kites have enjoyed  whirlwind six months since the release of their album States, which included a headline tour of Canada and




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