The Most Brilliantly Hilarious Band Names On Triple J Unearthed

The Most Brilliantly Hilarious Band Names On Triple J Unearthed

One of the thing we’ve noticed when speaking to international bands and artists is the reverence they have for Triple J. See, Australia’s kind of

The 12 Most Exciting New Albums Still To Come In 2015

The 12 Most Exciting New Albums Still To Come In 2015

We’ve passed the halfway mark of the year and all sights are firmly set on the finish line now. However, there’s still a good few

The Vaccines: Recording This New Album Was A Marathon

The Vaccines: Recording This New Album Was A Marathon

With a brand new album under their belt, and a massive world tour ahead, we caught up with Justin Young, frontman for The Vaccines. Supporting

What It’s Like Returning From Hiatus As An Aussie Band, With Jinja Safari

What It’s Like Returning From Hiatus As An Aussie Band, With Jinja Safari

One of Australia’s most exciting indie pop acts Jinja Safari are back with a brand new single and news of a new record. After two years

The Many Faces Of Aussie Producer Extraordinaire Ta-Ku

The Many Faces Of Aussie Producer Extraordinaire Ta-Ku

Regan Matthews, is the prolific Perth born producer  aka Ta-ku who has been releasing music seemingly non-stop over the past few years. From tribute projects, to big name

The Essential 6 Record Guide To Reggae

The Essential 6 Record Guide To Reggae

The story goes in jazz circles that when legendary pianist and composer Dave Brubeck was formulating the cool tones and avant-garde time signatures that would

Yes, Video Game Concerts Are A Thing & They’re Coming To Australia

Yes, Video Game Concerts Are A Thing & They’re Coming To Australia

For most general music fans the term ‘video game concerts’ probably doesn’t mean anything, nor does it make any sense – but for hundreds of

The Verdict Is In: Tame Impala’s ‘Currents’ Is The Best Album So Far This Year

The Verdict Is In: Tame Impala’s ‘Currents’ Is The Best Album So Far This Year

After the release of their debut record Innerspeaker in 2010, music aficionados across the globe were magnetised to the raw, dry psychedelic sounds emitting from

The Synth Gear I Know Leopard Couldn’t Live Without

The Synth Gear I Know Leopard Couldn’t Live Without

Following the release of their debut EP, Illumina, ’70s-inspired dream pop four-piece I Know Leopard aren’t wasting any time in getting to work on a

One Year On: How Jakubi Turned A Viral Hit Into A Career

One Year On: How Jakubi Turned A Viral Hit Into A Career

What a huge difference 12 months can make. It was almost exactly this time last year when we caught up with Melbourne pop/ funk/ hip hop five

What To Expect From The Amity Affliction’s New Film ‘Seems Like Forever’

What To Expect From The Amity Affliction’s New Film ‘Seems Like Forever’

“Seems Like Forever”; the eponymous opening line from 2010s gold-certified Youngbloods makes it way into the title of The Amity Affliction’s first feature-length documentary, revolving

Does Epitaph’s Dave Jiannis Have The Best Job In Australian Music?

Does Epitaph’s Dave Jiannis Have The Best Job In Australian Music?

(Header image: Dave on the right) While the music is obviously an important component of the music industry (some would even say essential), what really keeps

The Most Ridiculous Moments In Heavy Music History, With High Tension

The Most Ridiculous Moments In Heavy Music History, With High Tension

It’s no secret that we’re big fans of Melbourne crew High Tension. Between their high energy blistering live shows to their badass music video talents (see: their latest clip

5 More Killer Music Docos You Can Watch For Free Right Now

5 More Killer Music Docos You Can Watch For Free Right Now

As music fanatics, there’s one thing we love almost as much as the live experience, and that’s a compelling music documentary. Every often we scour

Meet Australia’s Exciting New Cinematic Folk Talent Ben Abraham

Meet Australia’s Exciting New Cinematic Folk Talent Ben Abraham

It hasn’t taken long for Melbourne based singer songwriter Ben Abraham to capture the attention and hearts of music lovers across the country following on from

The Top 5 Ways To Be A Dickhead In The Studio, With Shihad’s Tom Larkin

The Top 5 Ways To Be A Dickhead In The Studio, With Shihad’s Tom Larkin

For those uninitiated The Studios In The City is a Recording and Production Facility located in Brunswick, Melbourne and operated by producers Samuel K and

Life Lessons With Pitchfork Editor & Music Critic Jessica Hopper

Life Lessons With Pitchfork Editor & Music Critic Jessica Hopper

Hopper is a predictably cool customer coming down the line, answering ‘That is correct’ with seasoned professionalism after the similarities are pointed out between her



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