Sydney’s Hook N Sling features in an epic Magnificent Seven DJ lineup that took over Shoreditch Studios in London

If Berlin is known for unpredictability and eccentricity; Madrid for not sleeping from Monday to Sunday; and Sydney for those bombastic beach parties, then London is synonymous for bringing all of these values together. A city that – whether it’s art, food, clothes, behaviours – unifies different cultures’ philosophies and celebrates them. And being this…

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Six reasons you have to head to the Dashville Skyline Festival in the Hunter Valley this weekend

This weekend, the annual celebration of Americana, psychedelia and alternative country music returns to the Hunter Valley for the Dashville Skyline Festival. Taking place from September 30th to October 2nd, across the long weekend, the 2nd annual event will see the likes of Brian Cadd, Henry Wagons & The Only Children, The Brothers Comatose, The…

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Opinion: Ticketmaster condones and legitimises ticket scalping – so why does the industry still use their service?

Yesterday, Crowded House tickets went on sale for two very special shows at the Sydney Opera House Forecourt, celebrating the 20th anniversary of their “Farewell” concerts at the same venue – and of course they sold out almost immediately. While organisers were quick to announce a third show (that will go on sale tomorrow at…

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Behind The Scenes: Recording “Red Or White” & “Dolewave” with West Thebarton Brothel Party

West Thebarton Brothel Party have been on their ‘Four More Years’ tour since the beginning of the month, bringing hectic singles “Red Or White” and “Dolewave” to life alongside a now-beloved swag of music down the east coast. Having just played Adelaide mini-fest Stonecutters over the weekend, the seven-piece have this week off the prepare for…

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