Camp Cope Releases New Single ‘How To Socialise And Make Friends’ – And Sells Out Another Two Shows On Their Album Tour

Australian trio Camp Cope have officially released their new single ‘How to Socialise and Make Friends’, premiering on triple j ‘s Good Nights on the January …

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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 …

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The Royal Concept talks new album, new era

Indie rock band, The Royal Concept recently debuted their new EP ‘Smile’ which is filled with catchy lyrics and melodies. Hailing from Stockholm Sweden, …

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We Talk To Swedish Band, Everywhere

Swedish alternative rock band, Everywhere, have just released the first single, Shades At Night, off their upcoming, sophomore EP. The band formed back in 2012 when …

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Interview: Paces Releases His Debut Album ‘Vacation’

If you have never heard of Gold Coast producer, Paces, it is time to get acquainted. Paces, is the solo project of Mike Perry, which really kicked off in 2014 with …

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Little May On The Bands Ever-Changing Dynamic And Their Quest To Find A Band Puppy

It was only a year ago that Sydney band Little May released their debut album ‘For The Company’, but the band have already played a string of sellout shows thro …

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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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Outlet Mixtape Vol. 2

Here’s to September! We’ve picked some of our favourite tunes and wanted to share them with all of you. One of my current music obsessions would have to …

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Trump and the Death of Diplomacy

In just 140 characters or less, U.S. President Donald Trump has proven time and time again that words have meaning and, if you’re in a position of power, conseque …

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Cary Joji Fukunaga’s ‘Beasts Of No Nation’

You’ve probably heard some murmurs about Beasts Of No Nation, by now. It’s the new film that’s being heralded as groundbreaking – the one to …

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Album Review: Lorde, Melodrama

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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 …