The Guitar Gear Harts Couldn’t Live Without

The Guitar Gear Harts Couldn’t Live Without

While there’s every indication that Harts is set to be one of Australia’s next major rock exports, this talented Melbourne-based singer and songwriter’s approach to

Ghost Talk Anonymity, Festivals, & Their High Profile Fans

Ghost Talk Anonymity, Festivals, & Their High Profile Fans

Fresh off the back of their recent EP If You Have Ghost, Swedish band Ghost have been enjoying some time off before another hectic touring

Periphery

Periphery

Periphery has defied the boundaries of conventionality, bringing new life to the metal scene. Their meteoric rise to the upper echelon of the metal world

Animals As Leaders Talk Side Projects, Songwriting, & Fangirl Moments

Animals As Leaders Talk Side Projects, Songwriting, & Fangirl Moments

Guitarist wizard Javier Reyes is an extroverted and introspective figure, a compelling paradox that is an enticing endorsement of his band, instrumental masters Animals As

Trash Can: Juggalos Sue FBI, Tupac In Star Wars, LMFAO GTFO, & More

Trash Can: Juggalos Sue FBI, Tupac In Star Wars, LMFAO GTFO, & More

By the end of every week there are a bunch of music-related stories, cool links, videos, and other internet ditties that are a little on

The Hives Talk Big Day Out Tour, Pyrotechnics, & Bands Cancelling Shows

The Hives Talk Big Day Out Tour, Pyrotechnics, & Bands Cancelling Shows

The Hives are one of those rare live bands that never fail to put on a good performance. All around the world, fans claw to

Northlane Talk American Tours, Joyful Lyrics, & The Pressures Facing Metalcore Bands

Northlane Talk American Tours, Joyful Lyrics, & The Pressures Facing Metalcore Bands

Adrian Fitipaldes spends his nights screaming on stages to clusters of sweaty, heaving crowds, expelling enough intensity to suggest possible spontaneous combustion. Fitipaldes, frontman of

Would You Pay To Shop In A Record Store?

Would You Pay To Shop In A Record Store?

Vinyl is back, in a big way. Just look at the resurgence of sales that have been taking place in the last five years. It’s

The Vanns

The Vanns

The Familiars & The Vanns Co-Headline Australian Tour 2013 has been announced, with the two self-booked, self-managed bands joining forces to hit the road. We

Karnivool Talk ARIA Win, Polymorphism Tour, & Saving Tame Impala In Germany

Karnivool Talk ARIA Win, Polymorphism Tour, & Saving Tame Impala In Germany

It’s just days after Karnivool have won their first-ever ARIA award, the Perth powerhouse quintet’s third studio album Asymmetry claiming victory as the Best Hard

Living Colour Talk Lyrics, Acting, & The NYC Music Scene

Living Colour Talk Lyrics, Acting, & The NYC Music Scene

Living Colour emerged from the eclectic 1980s New York City music scene. Fusing the sounds that reverberated throughout the Big Apple at the time, the

Mudhoney Talk Recording, Defining ‘Grunge’, & 25 Years As A Band

Mudhoney Talk Recording, Defining ‘Grunge’, & 25 Years As A Band

“Well, by the time we get to Australia it’ll be 26.” Speaking about Mudhoney’s 25th anniversary from the Sub Pop warehouse in Seattle, Mark Arm

The Profile: The Basement Tapes

The Profile: The Basement Tapes

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.

Kill Devil Hill Talk Band Origin, Pantera, & Australian Tour Plans

Kill Devil Hill Talk Band Origin, Pantera, & Australian Tour Plans

As metal pioneers and one of the biggest influences to the thrash scene, the name Pantera lives on despite the remaining members having dispersed to

The Profile: East Brunswick All Girls Choir

The Profile: East Brunswick All Girls Choir

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.

Canyons Talk Audiovisual Project, Gig Observations & The Festival Landscape

Canyons Talk Audiovisual Project, Gig Observations & The Festival Landscape

Canyons have had a busy yet exciting 2013. The duo toured the globe, performed at Melbourne Music Week in November, and collaborated with a world-renowned

Hanni El Khatib

Hanni El Khatib

Having first visited Australia back at the start of 2012, Californian rocker Hanni El Khatib will return to our shores over the turn of the



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