With all the lineup leaks (we’re looking at you Laneway,) and killer announcements (take a bow Aunty Meredith, Beyond The Valley) flowing in, you can bet we’ve officially
The past twelve months have been a seemingly unending barrage of craziness when it comes to the world of music, from depressing album sales, bizarre
Melbourne is home to a host of unique gigs in unconventional gig spaces, but there was something about The Alexander Technique, that on paper at
Trends in music styles much like fashion have the ability to change as fast as the seasons roll by. However the trends of music formats
This week Kanye West began his 250 hours of community service teaching fashion, music and general Yeezus knowledge to students at different colleges across America.
Earlier this year the line up for Melbourne Festival was announced and as usual it contained a diverse array of music, arts, theatre, dance and comedy events.
Melbourne-based New Zealand rock legends Shihad recently released FVEY (pronounced Five Eyes). Recorded in December last year at Auckland’s famous York Street Studio with Killing
Every week the taste makers at Triple J get together and collate a rotation playlist of the freshest, most exciting new tracks of the week,
Squished somewhere between Los Angeles and San Diego, slack-rockers Tomorrows Tulips are heading back down under to tour their third album, released locally via Stange
As a country we do pretty well with music festivals. Our entire summer, no matter what your vibing on, there is some field or park
Julian Casablancas + Voidz debut album wants you to turn the volume up and listen carefully. Going from being the frontman of one of the
To say that Melburnian’s King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard have gathered a bit of momentum in their short time together would be one hell
Famous for the fjords, the northern lights and the midnight sun, Norway is a country known for its abundance of beauty, and Oslo based band
Tomorrow, September 20th sees the birth of Young Henry’s Small World, a one-day festival and a celebration of the inner west – Small World, featuring
In case you missed the memo Australian is getting a new camping heavy music festival set to draw in around 3000 punters from the 10th
In this day and age it is near on impossible to escape the words; ‘pressure’, ‘anticipation’ and ‘second album syndrome’, when discussing the release of
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