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The 6 Albums That Changed Seth Sentry’s Life

The 6 Albums That Changed Seth Sentry’s Life

Local hip hop legend Seth Sentry is currently preparing to embark of one of his ever biggest Australian tours. So what’s he been doing lately? After touring...

Lisa Gerrard of Dead Can Dance

Lisa Gerrard of Dead Can Dance

When one thinks of Dead Can Dance, the mind’s eye conjures up a multitude of fantastical adjectives. Glorious. Spiritual. Worldly. Hypnotic. Original. From their 1984 eponymous...

Gold Fields

Gold Fields

Ballarat indie rock five piece Gold Fields have undoubtedly been on an upswing ever since they came together at the start of 2010. In their three...

Clubfeet

Clubfeet

In 2010, the Melbourne via Cape Town five piece went from recording “pretty thoughtlessly” in their lounge-room to finding international success and acclaim. Their debut album...

Strangers

Strangers

The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and the Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse are nowhere to be seen. Phoning in for a chat during...

Purity Ring

Purity Ring

Very rarely in the annals of electronic pop does a debut album arrive as fully formed and carefully realised as Shrines, from Montreal-based duo Purity Ring,...

MS MR

MS MR

It is the age of Lana Del Rey, where it’s no longer enough to have a catchy song gain traction from a Myspace page, grab the...

Urthboy

Urthboy

A plane drifts above Federation Square, from which a parachute containing the form of Tim Levinson  – better known as Urthboy – floats down to land...

DJ Yoda

DJ Yoda

A stalwart of the independent hip-hop scene for over a decade, London’s DJ Yoda (aka Duncan Beiny) is no stranger to our shores, cementing his position...

Kings Of Convenience

Kings Of Convenience

On the other side of the world, in the picturesque city of Bergen in Norway, Eirik Bøe sits quietly after his morning coffee and contemplates the...

High Highs

High Highs

Aussie expats High Highs have well and truly settled down in New York, with the newly expanded trio having just released their debut album, and finally...

Yeasayer

Yeasayer

Yeasayer are getting ready to return to Australian audiences for their second Laneway Festival appearance in three years, but for Anand Wilder – musician, artist, husband,...

Pond

Pond

As drummer-come-keyboardist for Tame Impala, Jay Watson’s 2012 would have been a raging success even if Lonerism only did as well as the band’s debut. Instead,...

Twerps

Twerps

Having survived three tours through the United States, and built a solid reputation in the Melbourne local music scene, Twerps’ fortunes are on the rise and...

The Descendents

The Descendents

When 20 minutes of conversation can go from feeding the world through better corn to shitting in the Bouncing Souls tour bus you know you’re talking...

Hermitude

Hermitude

Not many artists can say they’ve had a bigger 2012 than Hermitude. The Sydney-based, Elefant Traks-fuelled duo have used every second of their spare time to...

Perfume Genius

Perfume Genius

Mike Hadreas is the Seattle native behind Perfume Genius, and two albums that are emotionally charged and at times even harrowing. He pulls no punches with...

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