Inside The Recording Of An Album With The Middle East’s Bree Tranter

Inside The Recording Of An Album With The Middle East’s Bree Tranter

Bree Tranter, formerly of combustible sensations The Middle East, dropped her long-awaited solo album Another Night on Earth last week, and has sent along an assortment of

Aussie Bands You’ll Love, Based On Bands You Already Like

Aussie Bands You’ll Love, Based On Bands You Already Like

Finding music has never been easier, but deciding on what to listen to, it seems, has never been harder. Call it the tyranny of choice,

The Best & Worst Experiences Touring The US With The Love Junkies

The Best & Worst Experiences Touring The US With The Love Junkies

After burning rubber across the endless US highways for the last month, including South By South West in Austin, our favourite Perth rockers The Love

Why Quiet Achiever Big Pineapple Fest Is One Of The Best Festivals In Australia

Why Quiet Achiever Big Pineapple Fest Is One Of The Best Festivals In Australia

It’s fair to say that once again the 2016 Big Pineapple Music Festival played out all but perfectly. It was sold out, packed out and

A Guide To The Best Synths In History With Hiatus Kaiyote’s Simon Mavin

A Guide To The Best Synths In History With Hiatus Kaiyote’s Simon Mavin

As part of the eclectic and wondrous Melbourne Jazz festival line up, the crew at Wondercore Island are presenting an evening of avant-garde improvisation at

Why Violent Soho’s Tour Was A Defining Moment From A Now Iconic Aussie Band

Why Violent Soho’s Tour Was A Defining Moment From A Now Iconic Aussie Band

Review: Violent Soho WACO Tour Review Sydney at Enmore Theatre 26/5 In news that’s surprising to precisely nobody, Violent Soho’s WACO tour was an absolute gem. With

Getting To Know Okenyo, One Of Australia’s Most Exciting New Songwriters

Getting To Know Okenyo, One Of Australia’s Most Exciting New Songwriters

Emerging from the pack as one of this country’s most exciting and uniquely charismatic artists, Okenyo is making her mark (and making her voice heard)

Does Flume’s Collab Heavy ‘Skin’ Live Up To The Hype?

Does Flume’s Collab Heavy ‘Skin’ Live Up To The Hype?

The saying goes that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, yet for Harley Streten, aka Flume, it has caused him some difficulties. In the

12 Aussie Bands That Are Way Bigger Overseas Than They Are Here

12 Aussie Bands That Are Way Bigger Overseas Than They Are Here

Here in Australia, we’re good in that we do our best to support our homegrown musicians, and many bands and artists acknowledge the rabid nature

The 6 Albums That Changed PUP’s Lives

The 6 Albums That Changed PUP’s Lives

Get excited because Toronto punk four-piece PUP are heading back to Aussie stages this October to celebrate the release of their sophomore record The Dream

Band Of Skulls Explain How They Created Their Best Work Yet

Band Of Skulls Explain How They Created Their Best Work Yet

Band of Skulls have always been one of the hardest working bands in modern rock. As bassist and vocalist Emma Richardson admits ‘It’s very hard

Is This The Heaviest Show To Ever Come To Australia?

Is This The Heaviest Show To Ever Come To Australia?

It’s all in the name: Dark Mofo. Australia’s darkest music and arts event, happening in the darkest season, and bringing together some of the world’s

Nothing But Thieves: Getting On Splendour In The Grass Saved Us

Nothing But Thieves: Getting On Splendour In The Grass Saved Us

UK outfit Nothing But Thieves have had a pretty turbulent year. Following the release of their debut album last October to rave reviews, and an

The 9 Aussie Songs You Need To Hear With Radio Adelaide’s Luke Penman

The 9 Aussie Songs You Need To Hear With Radio Adelaide’s Luke Penman

Community radio music directors often have an encyclopedic knowledge of local music and an insatiable thirst to keep their ears ahead of the curve. So

The Guitar Gear Kate Martin Couldn’t Live Without

The Guitar Gear Kate Martin Couldn’t Live Without

Melbourne-based indie-pop gem Kate Martin recently unveiled her new single ‘Kintsukuroi’, the first we’ve heard from Martin since she first charmed us with her 2013

Inside Australia’s Quietly Overachieving Boutique Festivals

Inside Australia’s Quietly Overachieving Boutique Festivals

Having sold out three consecutive years with some of the most spectacular lineups the Aussie festival market has ever seen, Queensland’s Big Pineapple Music Festival

The 8 Photo Clichés That Every Band’s Guilty Of

The 8 Photo Clichés That Every Band’s Guilty Of

Music has more than its fair share of cliches, like trashing the hotel room and reuniting for the money. But the cliches actually extend into



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