The Synth Gear I’lls Couldn’t Live Without

The Synth Gear I’lls Couldn’t Live Without

Marrying the iconic ambient soundscapes and fractured electronica of late 90’s garage with “warmly spellbinding melodic incantations and an air of post-millennial unease”, I’lls have

The 6 Local Records You Should Be Listening To This Week

The 6 Local Records You Should Be Listening To This Week

We listen to a lot of music here at Tone Deaf HQ, and we’re the first to admit we’re perhaps a little biased towards sounds of

The Profile: The Middle Names

The Profile: The Middle Names

With so much new music floating around the interwebs, sometimes it’s hard to dig a little deeper and find out more about a promising artist.

7 Aussie Music Festivals You Should Totally Attend This Winter

7 Aussie Music Festivals You Should Totally Attend This Winter

It’s no secret that Australia has a glut of music festivals for music fans to choose from, and despite the sad news that some major

Discover: Melbourne-Turn-Brooklyn Jangle Dreamer, Shorts

Discover: Melbourne-Turn-Brooklyn Jangle Dreamer, Shorts

What They Sound Like: Picture a sonic cocktail of lush psychedelic meandering, douses of heartwarming jangle pop hooks, walls of fuzzy reverb and a subtle sprinkle of Aussie-ocker

Discover: Australia’s Futuristic Club Killer Air Max ’97

Discover: Australia’s Futuristic Club Killer Air Max ’97

What They Sound Like: Air Max ’97 describes his own sound as “oblique club trax” another way to describe Air Max’s sound is: structured bass heavy club jams influenced by

The History Of Hardcore With Every Time I Die

The History Of Hardcore With Every Time I Die

Hardcore heroes Every Time I Die (ETID) are set to release their new album, titled From Parts Unknown on June 27 via Epitaph Records in Australia

The 12 Most Promising Acts Of 2014, According To FBi Click

The 12 Most Promising Acts Of 2014, According To FBi Click

Today FBi Radio is launching FBi Click, the station’s most ambitious initiative in its 10-year history, a new digital station dedicated to solely to electronic

Are The Bohicas The ‘Next Big Thing’?

Are The Bohicas The ‘Next Big Thing’?

When questions such as; are they the new ‘it’ band? Or will they be the next ‘big thing?’ are bandied about regarding a young band,

The Amazing Story Of How Soviet Russians Pirated Music In The 1950s

The Amazing Story Of How Soviet Russians Pirated Music In The 1950s

Music piracy these days is dominantly digital, where people the world over illegally share and disseminate Top 40 pop music and underground indie artists without distinction.

Did Bastille’s Sold Out National Tour Live Up To The Hype?

Did Bastille’s Sold Out National Tour Live Up To The Hype?

After a whirlwind year of chart-toppers and sold out gigs, Bastille could rest easy knowing that fans were hungry for them in the last leg

Band Of Skulls Played An Intimate Pop-Up Show & We Were There

Band Of Skulls Played An Intimate Pop-Up Show & We Were There

It’s not every day that you’ll see an act like Band Of Skulls play in an old nightclub in St Kilda, but thanks to Dr.

Are Visuals The Next Frontier For Music Festivals?

Are Visuals The Next Frontier For Music Festivals?

Saturday June 28th will witness the second incarnation of CIRCÓ Festival – a new, musically, culturally, and visually pioneering festival in Perth. Though the WA capital’s festival

The Profile: Soop

The Profile: Soop

With so much new music floating around the interwebs, sometimes it’s hard to dig a little deeper and find out more about a promising artist.

5 Step Guide To Chinese Rock N Roll, With Nova Heart

5 Step Guide To Chinese Rock N Roll, With Nova Heart

Beijing’s indie psych-rock outfit Nova Heart have returned to Australia to play a run of dates through June & July, teaming up alongside Triple J

6 Things Every Muso Can Do To Stop Fucking Our Planet, With In Hearts Wake

6 Things Every Muso Can Do To Stop Fucking Our Planet, With In Hearts Wake

There’s no secret that our world is changing. Forget what the sceptics say, our entire planet is heating up. From melting ice-caps to extreme weather

What Went Down At Chet Faker’s Biggest Hometown Headline Show

What Went Down At Chet Faker’s Biggest Hometown Headline Show

After being forced to cancel the first two shows of his Australian tour of Built On Glass, you’d wonder if Chet Faker (aka Nick Murphy)



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