Exclusive Single Premiere: The Dollar Bill Murrays "The More You Know" (2017)
High Times for Low Lives: Chris Whitehall dishes on breaking America and The Griswolds' homecoming
Watch All Our Exes Live in Texas perform "The Devil's Part" on the streets of Austin, Texas
Solo on pouring new energy and reinvigoration into Horrorshow's Bardo State
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Exclusive Single Premiere: The Dollar Bill Murrays "The More You Know" (2017)

Sosefina Fuamoli, March 30, 2017

Brisbane's The Dollar Bill Murrays have doled out some great new sounds in their new tune "The More You Know", continuing to traverse the alt-rock territory bands like QOTSA and A...
Shawn Mendes brings his 'Illuminate World Tour' to Australia & NZ this November and December

Sosefina Fuamoli, March 30, 2017

After his wildly successful debut Australian shows at the tail end of last year, Shawn Mendes is extending his reach down this end of the globe this November and December! The Il...
Christie Lamb takes us through her new album, Loaded

Mallory Arbour, March 30, 2017

Let me give you a bit of a rundown on Country Music multi-instrumental, award-winning, singer-songwriter, Christie Lamb. She has been hailed as ‘one to watch’ by Country music ...
Album Review: Local Natives - Sunlit Youth (2017 LP)

Lucy Regter, March 30, 2017

On Local Natives' third full-length effort, we see the five-piece opting to stay consistent with their sound on their 12-track offering of harmony-rich, up-beat indie-rock. Sunlit...
Music Video of the Day: Gallus "Lionheart" (2017)

Sosefina Fuamoli, March 30, 2017

He's been away for a year but Gallus makes his return and presence well and truly known with the release of "Lionheart". The new jam from the Queenslander sees Gallus clearing his...
Music Video of the Day: Selahphonic "Had Our Heaven" (2017)

Sosefina Fuamoli, March 29, 2017

Sunshine Coast indie pop group Selahphonic have thrown it back to the 90's with their new music video for "Had Our Heaven" - the DIY style clip comes exuding warmth and nostalgia,...

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Queens of the Stone Age, LCD Soundsystem lead 2017 Splendour in the Grass announcement

Sosefina Fuamoli, March 29, 2017

It's here. After much speculation and #fakenews, the 2017 Splendour in the Grass line up has been revealed, with Queens of the Stone Age, LCD Soundsystem, The xx, ScHoolbo...
Amy Shark and Violent Soho win big at the 2017 Queensland Music Awards

Larry Heath, March 28, 2017

The 2017 Queensland Music Awards (QMAs) were announced last night in Brisbane, and Violent Soho and Amy Shark sat as the night's biggest winners - taking home Album of the Year for...
Yusuf (Cat Stevens) announces 50th anniversary 'Peace Train' tour

Sosefina Fuamoli, March 27, 2017

This November and December, Yusuf / Cat Stevens will be touring his iconic album Matthew & Son for its 50th anniversary! The British songwriter and Rock and Roll Hall of Fa...
Lorde returns with two new tracks from her sophomore album, Melodrama, out June 16th

Lucy Regter, March 27, 2017

Ya girl Lorde is back! It's been a little over two years since we fell in love with her breakthrough debut Pure Heroine and in the mean time, Lorde's been busy starting her 20's...
Travis Collins takes home three CMC music awards as 2017 winners are revealed

Laura Kebby, March 25, 2017

It's been yet another incredible year of Australian country music, and what a better way to cap it off then with the 2017 CMC awards. Hosted by Morgan Evans, the award ceremon...
Punk-rock legends Black Lips share new track from their eighth studio album, due May 5th

Lucy Regter, March 24, 2017

Returning with their eighth studio album and first new music in three years, Atlanta rockers Black Lips have revealed Satan's graffiti or God's art? is set for release May 5th on ...

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Looking back at Hein Cooper's gorgeous 2016 album, The Art of Escape

Claire Arnold, March 29, 2017

Sydney based singer/songwriter Hein Cooper has progressed in leaps and bounds following the release of his debut EP in 2015, captivating listeners with soaring vocals, eclectic sou...
So Aussie it hurts: we reflect on NSW quartet You Beauty's 2014 debut LP Jersey Flegg

Ingmar Duldig, March 28, 2017

You Beauty’s 2014 album Jersey Flegg is so Aussie it hurts. Named after a rugby player who shares a name with a NSW rugby trophy, the album is local in its lyrical and musical re...
Album Review: Sean Heathcliff - A Boy And His Rose (2017 EP)

Dylan Marshall, March 28, 2017

Evolution is what makes humans the race we are. While Darwin’s theory of evolution is most notably recognised by the summary of ‘survival of the fittest’, it also speaks abou...
We take a look back at Jhené Aiko's debut LP Souled Out

Toks Ogundare, March 27, 2017

It was around this time last year that Jhené Aiko came to our shores to tour her debut studio album Souled Out. After a decade gaining the real world experience the unchosen path...
Album Review: The Franklin Electric - This Is How I Let You Down (2016 LP)

Claire Arnold, March 27, 2017

Canadian four-piece The Franklin Electric have been moving and shaking in the folk scene since 2012, entering and winning a Nashville songwriting competition with over 8000 othe...
Spoon deliver Hot Thoughts to Sydney; captivate their audience free of gimmick

Alexandra Houle, March 25, 2017

Thursday night, American act Spoon performed to a fully packed Metro Theatre, travelling in the wake of their latest release, Hot Thoughts. The most noticeable and impressing a...

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Watch All Our Exes Live in Texas perform "The Devil's Part" on the streets of Austin, Texas

Larry Heath, March 28, 2017

Hot off the heels of releasing their debut album When We Fall, Sydney quartet All Our Exes Live in Texas have returned from a successful jaunt to North America, playing a string of...
Solo on pouring new energy and reinvigoration into Horrorshow's Bardo State

Sosefina Fuamoli, March 28, 2017

With the release of Horrorshow’s new album Bardo State came some of the Sydney duo’s most intensely personal material yet. Talking with Solo just ahead of the album’s release...
Beth Brown on her relocation to the US & the growth of indie music within the Nashville community

Larry Heath, March 28, 2017

Aussie artist Beth Brown has called Nashville home for a little under two years now, being one of the Australian crop of musicians to have made the jump into the Stateside pool in...
Alex The Astronaut (Sydney) on her debut EP To Whom It May Concern, science and creativity

Laura Kebby, March 28, 2017

Sometimes you get a rare moment, when an artist is really just happy to have a chat. Not just about music, but about exactly to whom it may concern, words and how science and creat...
Josh Cashman talks touring the US with Tash Sultana and more at SXSW

Larry Heath, March 28, 2017

Catching up with Josh Cashman, we're landing time with the Melbourne musician just off the back of some incredible shows with one of Australia's most exciting new exports, Tash S...
Throttle talks international touring and time spent at SXSW

Larry Heath, March 27, 2017

For DJ and producer Throttle, North America is just getting a taste of his style and shows - for those lucky enough to see him perform at SXSW, the young gun came through blazing,...

Agnes Obel on the ups and downs of performing at SXSW & the development of her live shows

Larry Heath, March 27, 2017

Agnes Obel's time at SXSW brought with it some shows that had us reeling with emotion. The artist is no stranger to the way SXSW likes to roll, yet for many people seeing her for ...
Diet Cig's Alex Luciano & Noah Bowman hang out at SXSW and chat Swear I'm Good At This

Larry Heath, March 27, 2017

The end of SXSW is the glorious culmination of a week of full on shows, barely any sleep and poor dietary choices, for the most part. While the hangover extends to all areas of y...
Nic & Christian of Sydney's Food Court dish up some goss from their US trip and offer tips for SXSW debutants

Larry Heath, March 27, 2017

Sydney's Food Court are currently continuing their domination of North America, having had a fantastic debut at SXSW recently. While their time abroad has the band slaying in Can...
Music Video of the Day: Wolf People "Not Me Sir" (2017)

Sosefina Fuamoli, March 27, 2017

Sharing more goods from their latest album Ruins, Wolf People present a new music video for their single "Not Me Sir". Linking up with Marsha Balaeva for the project, the band's...
Adelaide's The Coconut Kids reflect on their first SXSW, look ahead to BlenheimFest and more

Larry Heath, March 26, 2017

Adelaide outfit The Coconut Kids recently made their American debut at the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) conference in Austin, Texas. I sat down with Julian and Ash from the gro...
SLØTFACE (Norway) talk touring and new music at SXSW

Larry Heath, March 24, 2017

Norway's own SLØTFACE came to SXSW with a fiery live show to be brandished and brandish they did over their trip to Austin. We were lucky enough to sit down and chat with the b...