L D R U Releases New Single ‘Next To You’

Sydney tropical-pop artist, L D R U has dropped his latest single, Next To You and announced his Keeping Score national tour. L D R U, is a solo project from Drew C …

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Lime Cordiale Debut Album “Permanent Vacation”

After three years of lively alternative pop releases tinged with flavours of seventies’ soul and funk, Lime Cordiale have crafted an immensely vibrant debut recor …

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Nothing But Thieves have it all, literally

Whoever said Essex never produces great music talent? Nothing But Thieves, five lads from that very locale, are taking it to the masses with their self-titled debut …

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mischer’traxler’s Utopian Designs

We’ve covered Viennese design wizards mischer’traxler studio here on Outlet before — remember the kinetic light and sound installation, Curiosity Cloud, from …

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Kimbra’s ‘Primal Heart’ is a gorgeous reflection on self-empowerment

I wish I could begin this review by calling Kimbra something like ‘pop sensation’ or ‘acclaimed songstress’. Despite two Grammy awards (making her the third …

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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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Gretta Ray Releases Video for “Drive”

Triple J’s 2016 Unearthed High winner and God’s gift to Australian music – AKA Gretta Ray, has finally dropped a music video for her incredibly stunning t …

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Must-see acts at ZOO Laneway Party

Helmed by progressive Melbourne bars Section 8 and Ferdyduke, ZOO Laneway Party will return this year at the end of Melbourne Music Week on the 25th November. The b …

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The Authenticity Of Diversity

James Scully once said ‘Gucci gets two thumbs down for the lack of diversity [in their casting]’ back in 2016, with the notion that the fashion industry was n …

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Interview: Hatchie on her debut EP “Sugar and Spice”

After a killer 2017, this year is looking no less exciting for Brisbane singer/songwriter Harriette Pilbeam, aka Hatchie, whose dazzling and infectious dream-pop so …

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