Love Must Trump Hate.

As I write this, I’m watching a torrent of people form in protest outside JFK airport. Others are assembling just as quickly at LAX, Dulles, Atlanta, BOC, SFO, O …

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King Krule Announces Second Album and Shares New Single

King Krule, the cult-favourite project of the endlessly talented English creative Archy Marshall, has recently shared “Czech One”, an atmospheric, dream-state t …

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Album Review: Meg Mac ‘Low Blows’

Megan McInerny, who as a musician goes by the name Meg Mac, grew up with an interesting mix of musical influences. Throughout her childhood she grew up listening to …

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Young The Giant’s Home Of The Strange

After “Suicide Squad”, Young The Giant’s new album was the second thing I was looking forward to this August. Since they released the first single, “Amerika …

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One Step at a Time for Diversity

It finally feels like the industry is slowly starting to progress with the understanding of diversity, and rightfully so, after having been slammed for fallin …

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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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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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Say It With #PepsiMoji

What do you get when you mix two internationally renowned photographers, a world-class fashion designer, and one of the most popular beverage brands on the planet? …

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Interview: Ecca Vandal Releses Debut EP ‘End Of Time’

On Friday January 29th, Ecca Vandal dropped her debut EP, End OF Time, with no warning at all. The EP features five tracks with her 2015 hit singles, End Of Time an …

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Album Review: The Creases ‘Tremolow’

The Creases’ patience is almost as admirable as their talent. Three years have passed since the Brisbane group’s Gradient EP demonstrated their knack for equall …

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Interview: Parcels

Formed in Byron, Parcels are now living in Berlin and are ready for the launch of their debut album. The band were getting ready to play their set at Popangada Fest …