Is There A Place For Heavy Rock In Australia’s Music Scene?

Is There A Place For Heavy Rock In Australia’s Music Scene?

Melbourne cult sensation Jericco recently released their new album, Machine Made The Animal, earlier this year and to celebrate, the four-piece are hit the highways for a

Does 123 Agency’s Damian Costin Have The Best Job In Australian Music?

Does 123 Agency’s Damian Costin Have The Best Job In Australian Music?

An industry is only as strong as who’s working behind the scenes. While listeners are presented with artists new and old every day, seeing them

8 Musos That Prove South Australia Is More Than Wine & Churches

8 Musos That Prove South Australia Is More Than Wine & Churches

After the success of last year’s partnership with British India, Coopers After Dark has become an annual event bringing together crafted Australian music with crafted

The 6 Records That Changed METZ’s Lives

The 6 Records That Changed METZ’s Lives

Following on from their crucially acclaimed self-titled debut, Canadian noise rock heroes METZ are on the eve of releasing their aptly titled sophomore record II (out

The Most Promising New Acts On Triple J Unearthed Right Now

The Most Promising New Acts On Triple J Unearthed Right Now

As music lovers, there’s nothing we enjoy more than discovering exciting, fresh artists and providing them a platform to be heard. This is a passion

The 11 Records To Get Excited About This May

The 11 Records To Get Excited About This May

While it’s easier than ever these days to find and get music, it seems like every day it becomes more and more difficult to just

How Jericco’s Fans Helped The Aussie Rockers Create Their New Album

How Jericco’s Fans Helped The Aussie Rockers Create Their New Album

Melbourne cult sensation Jericco are back and in the biggest way possible. Their new album, Machine Made The Animal, dropped on the 13th March and to

A Day In The Life Of Adelaide’s Most Popular Record Store

A Day In The Life Of Adelaide’s Most Popular Record Store

We here at Tone Deaf love nothing more than reporting on everything that is music, however sometimes there might be a little bit too much

12 Ways To Be A Dickhead At A Gig

12 Ways To Be A Dickhead At A Gig

As we covered previously in our countdown of the 13 Things That Should Be Banned From Aussie Music Festivals, live music, like anything where total

Django Django On Touring Australia & What To Expect From Their Second Album

Django Django On Touring Australia & What To Expect From Their Second Album

It’s certainly been a whirlwind few years for UK indie-electronica quartet, Django Django. From their humble DIY roots in lead producer, David Maclean’s bedroom, they

Record Store Shopping With Architects & UNFD

Record Store Shopping With Architects & UNFD

With the recent deluxe re-release of Lost Forever // Lost Together debuting at number 23 on the ARIA charts, as well as sold out shows across

Meet The Aussie Shoegaze Band Making Waves In The UK

Meet The Aussie Shoegaze Band Making Waves In The UK

Shoe-gaze/ psych rockers Flyying Colours are getting set to jet off to the UK and Europe this May to tour in support of the forthcoming EP

Is Blur’s First Album In 12 Years ‘The Magic Whip’ A Return To Form?

Is Blur’s First Album In 12 Years ‘The Magic Whip’ A Return To Form?

While music fans have a tendency to look back on any notable ‘movement’ (a dubious term if ever there was one) with rose-coloured glasses, it

Does Cherry Bar’s James Young Have The Best Job In Australian Music?

Does Cherry Bar’s James Young Have The Best Job In Australian Music?

James Young is a man with many strings to his bow. As he tells Tone Deaf, he’s been a lawyer, a journalist, a radio presenter,

The 6 Records That Changed BONJAH’s Lives

The 6 Records That Changed BONJAH’s Lives

Some of our favourite alt-rockers BONJAH are on the eve of kicking off, eagerly anticipated string of tour dates to celebrate the release of their

How Gang Of Youths Turned Tragedy Into One Of The Best Indie Rock Records In Years

How Gang Of Youths Turned Tragedy Into One Of The Best Indie Rock Records In Years

“Fuck, I love redheads,” says David Le’aupepe, the enormous, leather-jacket clad frontman of Gang of Youths. He clasps my small, burgundy skull with his bear

Opiuo: Why A Bedroom Producer Became A 5-Piece Live Band

Opiuo: Why A Bedroom Producer Became A 5-Piece Live Band

In the last seven years Opiuo has gone from aspiring bedroom producer to the recipient of five awards at 2013’s UK Glitch-Hop Awards, and winner of Best



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