Tour Diary: Woodes (Melbourne) lets us in on her first shows overseas as part of Canadian Music Week

This year’s Canadian Music Week gave Melbourne artist Woodes (aka Elle Graham) the opportunity to not only introduce herself to some newcomers to her music, but to also embark on her first ever run of shows overseas. A talented songwriter and producer, Woodes’ time in Toronto brought her a solid response, not to mention the benefits of being…

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“Frankie Sinatra” and the return of The Avalanches – why Wildflower is worth the 16 year wait

Two years ago, Danny Brown told us his collaboration with The Avalanches would ‘change the world’. Dust settles now on that world – one in which The Avalanches are most definitely back – and whether or not “Frankie Sinatra” was worth the agonising sixteen-year wait is up for debate. But let’s get something straight: the collab Brown spoke of was not…

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12 Acts not to miss at Bonnaroo 2016

Bonnaroo is a festival like none other. On a farmland in the middle of Tennessee, hippies, deadheads, EDM kids and people of old and young gather in the center of the United States for four days of sweltering heat, non stop music and lifelong memories. 2016 marks the 15th edition of Bonnaroo and this year’s…

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In the studio with London’s Arthur Beatrice – a look at the making of Keeping the Peace

For London quartet Arthur Beatrice, the release of their sophomore album Keeping the Peace marked a great move forward. Following on from the release of their acclaimed debut album Working Out, the band underwent significant changes both creative and emotional. Where listeners were first introduced to a male/female vocal partnership in Ella Girardot and Orlando Leopard, Keeping the Peace has seen…

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Lanu takes us through The Double Sunrise in special short documentary

Lance Ferguson has followed up his impressive Lanu album, The Double Sunrise, with a special documentary featurette that takes us through the making of the record! The record, out now, was released back in February to much acclaim and has become one of Lanu’s best releases to date. In this 10 minute short, Ferguson retraces the inspirations that ultimately formed the…

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