Andy Leaf: Absent Prince.

Off the Kerb are starting the new year on the highest of high notes. Although knowing them, it’s a bar they’ll easily continue to meet throughout 2017. Balloon …

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Say Lou Lou are back with dreamy tune ‘Golden Child’

Say Lou Lou have premiered their new track ‘Golden Child’ from their brand new album ‘Immortelle’ which is set for release September 21st. S …

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Interview: VYNCE “We are 4 youthful lads trying to create indie-pop music that people enjoy listening to at any time”

VYNCE – A 4-piece indie-pop band comprising of Peter Pegasiou (singer, guitarist), Tom Davis (drums), Conor O’Shea (bass) and Jack Kelsey (guitar). They fir …

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Art Town 2016

One of Australia’s most vibrant cultural events is back for 2016, and it’s posed to turn the streets of Melbourne into a Plein-air art gallery. Courtesy of …

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Album Review: Jack & Archy Marshall ‘A New Place 2 Drown’

Archy Marshall aka Zoo Kid, aka King Krule has remerged out of the London underground with a bewitching new album and art project. ‘A New Place 2 Drown’ is the …

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Park Fires Release Debut Single ‘Home’

British electro-pop duo, Park Fires, have released their debut single, Home. Park Fires sees talented musicians and songwriters, Rachel Lissenburg and Emma Duffy te …

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Japanese Wallpaper Releases New Single ‘Cocoon’

At the age of only 18, Australian producer Gab Strum, a.k.a. Japanese Wallpaper just dropped his new hit Cocoon, the first track released after his debut self-title …

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FOMO 2018: Three Must See Acts

As festivals expand in scale, an unfortunate reality lies in the truth that you will very well miss several acts that you were keen to catch as a result of timetabl …

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Album Review: Sundara Karma – Youth is Only Ever Fun in Retrospect

Sundara Karma undoubtedly wrote this album to be performed in stadiums and arenas worldwide, and I imagine their live shows to be equally as grand. Writing anthemic …

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Interview with ‘Quayke’

Every so often you hear a voice that demands to be heard again. Quayke’s first release ‘You and This I’ is nothing short of mesmerising; beautiful vocals back …

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Album Review: Lorde, Melodrama

June 16th, the day of the Lorde has arrived and Melodrama is finally here. Four years ago, at only 16 years old, Ella Yelich-O’Connor captivated the entire mu …

Album Review: DNCE – DNCE

DNCE’s self-titled debut album is more than we could have possibly imagined. Released this week, it is quite possibly one of the most unique albums you will hear …