Interview: Washed Out (Ernest Greene) talks new album Mister Mellow & recovering from burning out

Following the release of his latest LP, Mister Mellow, Ernest Greene opens up about being overwhelmed in the internet-age, the inspiration behind crafting a visual-album companion piece and future Australian tour plans. Hi Ernest, thanks so much for your time. How are you going? Doing well, doing well. I’m sitting on a tour bus in Charleston,…

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Album Review: Trevor Sensor – Andy Warhol’s Dream (2017 LP)

From the immediate start of his debut album, Trevor Sensor’s husky-voiced howl will resonate with you for sometime.  Recorded at Steve Albini‘s Electrical Audio studio in Chicago, the LP features production work from Brandon Darner (Imagine Dragons), Foxygen’s Jonathan Rado and Richard Swift (The Shins). Sensor’s voice is especially reminiscent of a late 1980/1990’s Bob…

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Warren Ellis talks about scoring Bad Girl, returning to the stage with Nick Cave and the future of Dirty Three

Fresh from making the score for National Geographic’s Mars miniseries, Warren Ellis – acclaimed musician and member of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Grinderman and Dirty Three has just created an original score for the new Australian thriller Bad Girl. He spoke to us about his approach for this project, recently returning to the stage with Nick Cave…

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NYC’s Panorama Festival to feature Aussies Tame Impala, Nick Murphy, Jagwar Ma and Vance Joy amongst NIN, Alt-J and more

Situated in the Randall’s Island parklands, and delivered by the same folks who bring us Coachella (Golden Voice), NYC’s Panorama Festival is showcasing a jaw-dropping wealth of talent for their 2017 event. After debuting in 2016 with a lineup that boasted Arcade Fire, Alabama Shakes, Kendrick Lamar, The National, LCD Soundsystem and Run the Jewels, just…

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Review: Not only did the Californian festival Desert Trip showcase history, but it created its own too

Some of history’s greatest bands took over the Californian desert last weekend. Classic tunes, epic productions and moonlight bliss created something special for the history books. HOW THE FESTIVAL WORKED Six acts: Bob Dylan + The Rolling Stones (Friday), Neil Young + Paul McCartney (Saturday), The Who + Roger Waters (Sunday), played over three days on…

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