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Danny Brown sideshows announced!

HE’S COMING BACK! That’s right, the legend that is Danny Brown just hasn’t had his fill of Australian crowds yet, and has just announced two sideshows for his Field Day appearance! Brisbane and Melbourne will be treated to performance from one of this year’s hottest acts, as he wraps up his incredibly packed tour schedule […]

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Live Review: The Blurst of Times, Saturday October 20 @ The Brightside/The Zoo

Saturday morning was rough. Having lost a battle between myself and a BYO Asian restaurant, the thought of The Blurst of Times that day was making me cringe from my sick bed. However, Coopers Red always comes in handy, and we were off to Fortitude Valley for the second year of the event. Whatever remnants […]

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Live Review: DMA’s, October 2nd @ The Brightside

Words by James Tait. Stepping into Brisbane’s The Brightside, it’s not surprising to see it packed out. DMA’s national tour has sold out most venues, the band never more popular after a 2014 that has been nothing short of supersonic. What is surprising is the numbers gathered to see support act, Brisbane’s own The Creases. […]

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Live Review: The Belligerents, September 26 @ Black Bear Lodge

There is something about a Brisbane band playing a local show – it’s just one big fucking party. I need to be honest here and say I too engaged in the partying, so this gig is a little hazy. However, through all the beer and then all the espresso martinis (seriously, guys, we did not […]

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Live Review: Angus & Julia Stone + Vancouver Sleep Clinic @ The Tivoli

Aside from standing in the midst of the rudest crowd in Australia, the people of Brisbane were treated to two sold out shows by one of Australia’s most notably successful acts – Angus and Julia Stone. They’ve become a household name, and with a sold out national tour (including multiple dates in some cities, and […]

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BIGSOUND 2014: Review

As PBD (Post BIGSOUND Depression) sets in heavier than expected (seriously, what are we meant to do now?!) two Scenewavers look back on the 48 hours that was, and try to narrow their time down to just five highlights each. Less than 12 months to go ’til next year, right?! Andrew 5. SAFIA One of […]

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Live Review: Kanye West, September 13 @ QANTAS Credit Union Arena

Words by Cameron Webley. Kanye opened the show with a bang, quite literally. As fans stood in complete darkness a single beam of light shone down from the heavens as an explosion of smoke saw Kanye appear at the top of the stage. The dirty guitar riff and barking of dogs filled the venue and […]

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EMC announces first round of speakers

The Asia-Pacific Electronic Music Conference has released their first round of speakers for this year’s event on December 2-4. 40 of the EDM community’s most prominent and influential figures have been announced to speak at the conference, including superstar DJ and head of DIMMAK Records, Steve Aoki. Aoki will be joined by a plethora of […]

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Listen Out: Snakehips added to all dates

After YG‘s sudden cancellation, October festival Listen Out promised two new acts to fill the space… and they certainly have delivered with the first! UK outfit Snakehips are stepping up, and we could not be more thrilled! Their unique brand of house-meets-____ will hit all dates, with another act still to be announced! Snakehips is joined by Flume, Ta-Ku, Four Tet […]

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Interview: Cameron Avery

In between playing bass for Tame Impala, drums for Pond and being one half of Allbrook/Avery, scoring films, and whatever else he manages to find the time for, Cameron Avery has been up to something special. Ahead of the latest release from his own solo project, The Growl, he will return to home soil for a string […]

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