Does electronic and dance music have a problem with female performers? That was the discussion that’s been ignited by Australian producer and DJ, Anna Lunoe,
There’s something really special about Royal Blood. Formed just last year in the English seaside town of Brighton, the band are now supporting Arctic Monkeys and
Something For Kate The Cover Story Words: Al Newstead Design: Nicholas Jones Something For Kate celebrate 20 years as a band this year, commemorating their
Rockabilly legend Slim Jim Phantom is about visit Australia, the last time he was on our sore was with his legendary group Stray Cats. This
What They Sound Like? JP Klipspringer aka Melbourne’s Jack Poulson was first introduced to us in February this year with his moody electro tinged indie pop.
What They Sound Like? More dream pop than blues rock TSUN are the psych brothers from the Gold Coast. Melodic, mystical and lyrically driven, their track ‘Short
Most punters will be aware of Dune Rats for their outrageously awesome viral video for their ‘Red Light, Green Light’ track. In the video, they
Touring Australia for the first time since the brutal Failed States album was released in 2012, Propagandhi are currently on tour here in Australia bringing
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
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.
Vancouver Sleep Clinic (VSC) a.k.a the very talented Tim Bettinson has been impressing everyone the world over with his beautiful lush, electronic ambient pop. His
CherryRock has grown to become one of Melbourne’s time-honoured musical traditions, however as of the Sunday just passed, the event sadly saw its curtains close for the
The cheeky masters of punk rock party times The Bennies are about to slay everyone’s favourite weekend in June- The Queen’s Birthday long weekend. Re-titling
Introducing The Phoncurves, the musical matrimony where the harmonising voices and creative minds of Brisbanites Abbie Roberts and Naomi Hodges meet. What They Sound Like? The layering of
In January this year, Soundwave boss and Big Day Out promoter AJ Maddah predicted “there will be zero festivals going to WA in 2015.” Fast-forward a
Walking down Melbourne’s iconic AC/DC Lane for the 2014 edition of CherryRock festival, ‘Get well Malcolm’ posters are plastered across the walls, a tribute to
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