Airbourne On Rock & Roll, Triple J & Being Big In Europe

Airbourne On Rock & Roll, Triple J & Being Big In Europe

“We haven’t forgotten about Australia, obviously, we love to play here, but unfortunately because it’s so big over there, there’s millions more people over there,

Chatting With Columbus About Their Massive Debut Record ‘Spring Forever’

Chatting With Columbus About Their Massive Debut Record ‘Spring Forever’

The past week has signaled a changing of the seasons, and having recently dropped their debut album Spring Forever the Brisbane trio are certainly a

The New Gudinski: How Jaddan Commerford & UNIFIED Are Rebuilding The Aussie Music Business

The New Gudinski: How Jaddan Commerford & UNIFIED Are Rebuilding The Aussie Music Business

“I actually got an email yesterday from a guy who I met at a festival in Singapore in 2006. A kid came up to and

A Guide To The BIGSOUND 2016 Parties You Can’t Afford To Miss

A Guide To The BIGSOUND 2016 Parties You Can’t Afford To Miss

September 7th is the kick off date for BIGSOUND 2016, one and once again, while there will be some really exciting speakers again this year,

The Electronic Scene Is Forging A New Path For Music Promotion

The Electronic Scene Is Forging A New Path For Music Promotion

Electronic music has seen an undeniable boom in the last five years, and at the forefront of that growth has been a host of electronic music

Ceres Name The Songs That Changed The Way They Think About Music

Ceres Name The Songs That Changed The Way They Think About Music

Melbourne-bred emo rock exponents Ceres are one of the most buzzed-about acts on the roster for BIGSOUND this year – and with good reason. Part

11 Albums That Completely Flopped

11 Albums That Completely Flopped

The music industry is littered with examples of albums that, whether justly or not, went over like a lead balloon – the dreaded ‘flop’. They

Tiny Little Houses Take Us Inside Their Cosy Little Studio

Tiny Little Houses Take Us Inside Their Cosy Little Studio

Tiny Little Houses won us over completely with their debut EP You Tore Out My Heart, and are back with a new track, ‘Song Despite Apathy’,

The Bands You Can’t Miss At BIGSOUND This Year

The Bands You Can’t Miss At BIGSOUND This Year

In 2016 BISOUND organisers announced what has to be their biggest live calendar to date. Featuring mainly local talent with a sprinkle of international visitors,

The Guitar Gear Hot Spoke Couldn’t Live Without

The Guitar Gear Hot Spoke Couldn’t Live Without

Hot Spoke are a promising Sydney indie-folk outfit and newest signing to Mercury Records have already supported The Preatures, Olympia, and Why We Run, and have just

Remi On The Next Wave Of Aussie Hip Hop We Need To Pay Attention To

Remi On The Next Wave Of Aussie Hip Hop We Need To Pay Attention To

A defining feature of rising 24-year-old Remi Kolawole is his laidback personality, offset by a rich view of the world that has permeated his songwriting

Tequila Mockingbyrd: It’s Hard To Be A Full-Time Rock Musician In Australia

Tequila Mockingbyrd: It’s Hard To Be A Full-Time Rock Musician In Australia

While Australia is known for being home to a number of flourishing and supportive local music scenes, for some bands the lure of overseas markets

Dustin Tebbutt Has Found Beauty In Simplicity On His Long-Awaited Debut ‘First Light’

Dustin Tebbutt Has Found Beauty In Simplicity On His Long-Awaited Debut ‘First Light’

August saw the release of Dustin Tebbutt’s highly-anticipated debut album First Light, three years after his breakthrough EP The Breach – and it’s been a fruitful

Celebrating The Glass House With A Lookback At Its Greatest Music Moments

Celebrating The Glass House With A Lookback At Its Greatest Music Moments

We recently celebrated 20 years since beloved ABC music show Recovery first came on the air, but we recently checked our calendars and noticed that

Baroness’ John Baizley Reflects On The Near-Fatal Crash That Almost Ended The Band

Baroness’ John Baizley Reflects On The Near-Fatal Crash That Almost Ended The Band

It was from out in the peaceful country in Lawrence, Kansas last week, and before the tenth show on their current U.S. run, where vocalist

Frenzal Rhomb: 25 Years Of Singing About Racism, Homophobia, & Nitrous Oxide Bulbs

Frenzal Rhomb: 25 Years Of Singing About Racism, Homophobia, & Nitrous Oxide Bulbs

Celebrating their 25th year as a band, Sydney’s favourite punk rock legends, Frenzal Rhomb, are releasing a special double vinyl – a best-of compilation album.

Triple J Unearthed: Where Are They Now?

Triple J Unearthed: Where Are They Now?

triple j Unearthed winners are the recipients of a hell of a lot of attention all at once, thrusting formerly-emerging acts into the national spotlight



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