5 Things That Could Be Done To Make Aussie Music Festivals Safer

5 Things That Could Be Done To Make Aussie Music Festivals Safer

It’s safe to say that Australians love themselves a music festival, almost as much as they like a drink or perhaps even the sneaky pill.

Another 5 Unreal Music Docos You Can Watch For Free Right Now

Another 5 Unreal Music Docos You Can Watch For Free Right Now

Our two favourite things here at Tone Deaf are music and film, and when the two come together in the form of a music documentary,

The Best And The Worst Of The ’90s With Aqua

The Best And The Worst Of The ’90s With Aqua

“There was a CNN guy, he was interviewing us live and he was saying that our music made people stupid,” recounts Lene Nystrøm, frontwoman for

Track By Track Breakdown: The Smith Street Band’s ‘Throw Me In The River’

Track By Track Breakdown: The Smith Street Band’s ‘Throw Me In The River’

The Smith Street Band are back with a brand new record, and to all the fans out there, you won’t be disappointed. After what seemed

8 Great Places To Study If You Want A Career In The Music Industry

8 Great Places To Study If You Want A Career In The Music Industry

With the date fast-approaching where poor youngsters around Australia sit their final Year 12 exams, so too arrives their “life-defining” decision where they must select a University

Anvil’s 12 Rules For Success In The Music Industry

Anvil’s 12 Rules For Success In The Music Industry

The definition of success, like beauty and art, is something that society wholly agrees upon, though at the same time, everybody you meet is poised

History’s Greatest Rock N Roll Reinventions, With The Stiffys

History’s Greatest Rock N Roll Reinventions, With The Stiffys

Melbourne’s most important sailor themed duo The Stiffys (aka Jason Leigh and Adam Stagg) are about to tour next month in celebration of their brand new

The 8 Local Labels Most Likely to Sign Your New Favorite Band

The 8 Local Labels Most Likely to Sign Your New Favorite Band

We’re all more than familiar with Rough Trade, Epitaph, XL, Fat Possum, and the virtually unending list of iconic independent record labels that follows on

10 Wicked Acts We Saw At CMJ 2014

10 Wicked Acts We Saw At CMJ 2014

Like any music conference/festival, New York’s CMJ Music Marathon is a strange, unwieldy beast; like trying to wrestle the Marshmallow Man while drinking too much

The 9 Most Memorable Moments From Festival Of The Sun

The 9 Most Memorable Moments From Festival Of The Sun

Port Macquarie’s weekend-long boutique camping and BYO Festival, Festival Of The Sun 2014 has already sold out, and there’s no real question why. Featuring the likes

The 7 Records That Changed Black Lips’ Lives

The 7 Records That Changed Black Lips’ Lives

In addition to the consistent critical acclaim heaped upon their recorded effort, their regularly lauded live performances, and their propensity for making headlines with their

Peking Duk: Inside One Of The Biggest Songs Of 2014

Peking Duk: Inside One Of The Biggest Songs Of 2014

It’s been one hell of a ride for Reuben Styles and Adam Hyde, the Canberra-based buddies known to the world as Peking Duk. Speaking to

Another 6 Great Albums You Can Download For Free Right Now

Another 6 Great Albums You Can Download For Free Right Now

Sick of your iTunes playlist but short on cash? How about another compilation of great listens that are totally free? That’s the proper ‘no hidden

Guy Pearce On Why He’s Waited Over 30 Years To Release His Music

Guy Pearce On Why He’s Waited Over 30 Years To Release His Music

One of, if not the biggest surprise in Aussie music for 2014 is Guy Pearce. In August, the actor/director dropped his debut single ‘Storm’ causing

The 8 Things We Learnt From The Flaming Lips’ Beatles Tribute Album

The 8 Things We Learnt From The Flaming Lips’ Beatles Tribute Album

“It’s the Flaming Lips doing the Beatles, and we’ve got a lot of our really fucking weird friends to help us do this record.” This

We Taste-Test Silverchair Drummer’s Alcopop Range, So You Don’t Have To

We Taste-Test Silverchair Drummer’s Alcopop Range, So You Don’t Have To

It’s been five months since the Tone Deaf office first taste-tested La Mascara, the alcohol line concocted by ex-Silverchair drummer Ben Gillie and his wife Jackie, aka The Real

The Things We Learnt From King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard’s New Album

The Things We Learnt From King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard’s New Album

If you’re familiar with King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, then many things come to mind at the single mention of their name; whimsical melodies,



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