Peter Noble on the upcoming 27th Byron Bay Bluesfest & the formation of a diverse festival bill

Bluesfest celebrates 27 years on the Australian festival calendar in 2016 and this year, the Byron Bay affair has brought together possibly one of its strongest and diverse line ups yet. Featuring the likes of Kendrick Lamar, D’Angelo, The National, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and more, the festival ignited conversation in 2015 surrounding the…

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Brendon Urie (US) talks Panic! At the Disco’s new record, an appreciation for hip-hop artists today & more!

Panic! At the Disco will be releasing their fifth studio album, Death of a Bachelor, everywhere tomorrow, but even though they’re quite far out from those initial debut album jitters, frontman and songwriter Brendon Urie admits to feeling incredibly anxious in the lead up to the record’s official release. “I’m always really anxious up leading…

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