The 20 Best Albums of 2016…So Far

Having tipped the midway point of 2016, we asked our team to look back on what’s been a strong six months of new music releases already. Across the genres, there’ve been some stellar local and international albums dropping and drawing some heated conversation across fandoms. Whether it was in The Drones‘ release of arguably their…

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Radiohead’s first-ever concert in Iceland brings incredible setlist at the breathtaking Secret Solstice Festival

The annual festival Secret Solstice takes place during the summer solstice in Iceland, celebrating 24 hours of light. Anyone who lives up north definitely appreciates this light after such a long period of darkness. So, naturally, they need a party to celebrate. The festival is just outside the city centre with views of Iceland’s natural wonder….

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Todd Sibbin (Adelaide) takes us through The Bottled Ship Got Freedom, track by track

Adelaide musician Todd Sibbin has been crafting some well honed pieces of songwriting for some time now, but in recent single releases, he’s been garnering more and more attention for his heartfelt approach to music and lyricism. Recent single “Firetrain” nabbed the attention of triple j’s Richard Kingsmill, likening Sibbin’s sound to Conor Oberst and noting the…

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ICYMI: A look back at our favourite music videos of February 2016

Our ICYMI series continues this week, as we take a look back at the music videos we vibed on throughout February this year. From Troye Sivan‘s “Youth” to Violent Soho‘s “Viceroy” and Bullet For My Valentine‘s “Worthless”, the second month of 2016 saw some big hitters drop impressive visuals. Hit play on the below and take a look/listen! Playlist Troye…

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