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Festival review: Pitchfork Music Festival Paris

Sadly, the word pitchfork is no longer synonymous with the farm tool of old. Nowadays, depending on who you talk to, it’s either a finger on the pulse tool for discovering some new tunes, or the writings of a bunch of pretentious tools. Pitchfork have divided music-lovers’ opinions for years, but whether you love them […]

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New Single: Belle & Sebastian ‘The Party Line’

Is anyone else’s inner teenager singing for joy at the return of Belle & Sebastian?! They are finally back in our ear drums (they never really left mine), and will soon be returning to our shores to top it all off. They’re bringing their latest album, Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance, with them and judging […]

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New Video: CHVRCHES ‘Under The Tide’

Did anyone predict the complete takeover of the world that CHVRCHES has secretly been doing this year? Being booked on just about every festival bill for the last 12 months, their album has skyrocketed to be one of the best electro-pop releases of the past few years. The Scottish darlings are back again, this time with […]

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Twilight at Taronga

Dust off your picnic rugs and grab the bottle opener. This summer on the edge of Sydney Harbour, Taronga Zoo will return for their 20th anniversary edition of the delectable ‘Twilight at Taronga’. For those who have ever wondered which animals were given the gift of dancing, it won’t be long until the music will […]

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New Video: FKA twigs ‘Video Girl’

FKA twigs is my spiritual queen right now. Her incredible style and flawless dance moves are unreal, and her DGAF attitude is inspiring to say the least. She has been flung into the spotlight since the release of her debut album, LP1, and her latest video clip for current single Video Girl isn’t doing her any favours if […]

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Introducing: XO

After an initial spate of track reworks in 2013, Sunil Heera – who goes by the name XO – has this month released a game-changing debut single. The track, entitled Through the Night, weaves elements of trip hop and R ‘n’ B into vibrant electronic surroundings, sculpting a rich and varied soundscape. Sporadic bursts of trickling […]

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Band of Skulls announce 2015 Aus/NZ tour

Rowdy Southampton three-piece Band of Skulls have announced plans to tour Australia and New Zealand in April next year. Band of Skulls play a fierce, rollicking brand of rock, to which vocalists Russell Marsden and Emma Richardson add invaluable depth and personality. The last time we saw the trio, whose third album Himalayan was released […]

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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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Field Day 2015 Lineup

If you can wake from your inevitable New Year’s Eve hangover, a smashing festival is waiting on your doorstep on New Year’s Day. In easily their best line-up ever, Field Day has incredibly pulled the likes of Alt-J, SBTRKT, Milky Chance, RUFUS and Bastille for their day-long festival. But that’s merely the beginning: Lineup: SBTRKT […]

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Interview: Sheep, Dog & Wolf

19 year old Daniel McBride – better known as Sheep, Dog & Wolf – is a supremely talented multi-instrumentalist from Wellington, New Zealand. Last Friday he released his storied debut album, Egospect, in Australia. We had the pleasure of chatting to Daniel about the album, his peculiar moniker, and his insightful philosophies about music. I […]

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