While the music is obviously an important component of the music industry (some would even say essential), what really keeps the industry running is people.
One of our very favourite local artists, Mojo Juju recently released her incredible debut record Seeing Red/Feeling Blue, and to celebrate its release, she’s on the road for
Everyday we’re writing about the uncertain and fluctuating state of major labels. Firstly there’s the argument that for many being on an indie label is financially beneficial for
For anyone that hasn’t been living underground for the past decade, it’s hardly news that it’s tougher than ever to secure enough funds to bankroll
With their last Australian tour over three years ago celebrating their Grammy nominated album Codes and Keys, Death Cab for Cutie are finally heading back
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
Alexander Gow is gearing up to release When We Talk About Love, the fourth studio album from iconic Aussie songwriting outfit Oh Mercy. Out this Friday
Most of the bands and artist we now consider legendary built that reverence with a steady stream of memorable albums, often over a number of
Forming while the members all attended Sandringham College in the southern beachside suburbs of Melbourne, The Getaway Plan rose quickly from a band inspired by
In the ’90s and early ’00s, Australia experienced a Golden Age of Rock that was championed by the likes of Silverchair, Powderfinger, Something For Kate,
“I sort of fell into being a music photographer whilst I was studying photography,” says Kane Hibberd, whom you may know by his moniker, Kanye
It’s pissing down in Melbourne and The Workers Club’s heater couldn’t warm up any faster. Alpine’s Phoebe Baker has just walked in and sat down
Sydney psych legends The Upskirts recently dropped their killer third EP, Barely Moving (out now via Inertia Access). It’s nothing short of exciting raw, swooning, Aussie psych rock at
“We had Krauts and Hints & Cunts and Pink Ponies, I don’t know,” says Till Lindemann, speaking over the phone from his Melbourne hotel room.
Header photo credit: www.deanraphael.com If incredible success stories of local legends like The Pierce Brothers, BONJAH, Winterbourne or Patrick James are anything to go by, taking your music to
On June the 21st 1975, legendary glam rockers KISS recorded their outrageous live performance in Cleveland Ohio, a recording that was to form the basis
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