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Your New Favourite Festival: FAIRGROUNDS

Their lineup is eclectic as fuck. The range of artists is as randomly awesome as my own taste in music, ranging from singer-songwriter to garage rock to badass blues to psychedelic rock. My interest is peaked. If you haven’t jumped on the hype bandwagon for this Fairgrounds yet, you will after reading this post. To […]

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Father John Misty: Wed, February 20 @ The Zoo, Brisbane

When tickets to ex-Fleet Foxes drummer and backing vocalist Father John Misty (J.Tillman’s onstage alias) became available a few months ago, I was quick to book myself in. His performance at Splendour in the Grass 2012, along with my fondness of his debut record, Fear Fun, combined to make this decision an easy one, and […]

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Triple J’s Hottest 100 Voting Now Open!

It’s that time at last! Triple J Hottest 100 voting has opened. For those that don’t let their musical intelligence be insulted by Triple J, this year promises to be another hard slog at getting those 10 tracks perfectly right, so that you can just tick them off as they come up one by one […]

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Father John Misty Returns To Australia!

Father John Misty is returning to Australia this February 2013! The ex-Fleet Foxes drummer is coming back to Australia after his huge Splendour show in July and it promises to be just as spectacular. His groovy dancing, witty pre-show banter, and quirky on-stage persona will once again wow the Australian audiences this Summer, performing songs […]

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Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

Weekly Playlist 80

Weekly Playlist 80 features The Temper Trap, Youth Lagoon, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, The XX, Yeasayer, Loon Lake, Busby Marou, The Vaccines and Father John Misty

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Grizzly Bear

Weekly Playlist 76

Weekly Playlist 76 features Grizzly Bear, Van She, Father John Misty, Kindness, Ball Park Music, Battleships, and Hot Chip

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REVIEW: Father John Misty – Fear Fun

Paging Fleet Foxes fans. You may have heard the devastating news that drummer and backing vocalist J. Tillman has left the band recently. Fear not, however, because Tillman is back under the new moniker Father John Misty and has just released the record ‘Fear Fun’ on May 1st 2012. Before you listen and read on […]

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