Watch Marlon Williams and The Pou Tiriao Singers elevate “Make Way For Love”

After enjoying a completely sold out Australian tour, announcing his return to the east coast for October’s Lost Picnic festivals and revealing a summer run supporting Florence + The Machine, Marlon Williams simply isn’t stopping. With his sophomore record Make Way For Love continuing to impress internationally too, the crooner recently had time to head back to New Zealand,…

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Fat Wreck Chords VIPs and Paul Kelly among newly announced BIGSOUND speakers

BIGSOUND keeps on churning out the good stuff, now announcing their second speaker announcement for the 2018 conference. Leading the names on this run, iconic US punk label Fat Wreck Chords are going to have a presence with label founder Erin Kelly-Burkett and Lagwagon‘s Joey Cape set to represent, with Australian legend Paul Kelly also confirmed to appear. Gusher…

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Interview: BIRDZ hints at massive new music roll out from the Bad Apples crew

Tomorrow night, Levi’s and Bad Apples will be hosting a highlight showcase at the Laundry Bar as part of this week’s CHANGES music industry summit, currently underway in Melbourne. Set to showcase the talents of BIRDZ, Mojo Juju, Philly, DRMNGNOW and Soju Gang, the Bad Apples event will also be demonstrating the strength behind the country’s most prolific Aboriginal record label. Ahead of the…

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Interview: Towkio talks creative drive and competition ahead of debut Australian tour

Splendour in the Grass this year sees the Australian debut of Chicago rapper Towkio, who will be bringing his much acclaimed WWW. album to our shores – man, we’re ready. With the release of his 2015 mixtape .Wav Theory, Towkio landed on many tastemaker radars, featuring collaborations with fellow Chi-town heroes in Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa; WWW. sees Towkio…

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