This year’s Russian Resurrection Film Festival marks its 10th anniversary as the largest festival of Russian Cinema outside of Russia. Showcasing a cross section of Russian culture over a variety of film genres, the program welcomes award winning Director of comedy musical Hipsters Valery Todorovsky.
Landshapes' debut album Rambutan will be released on Monday 17th June, with the video for their new single, "In Limbo", being released ahead of the album.
"Southern Sun" is the first single from Boy & Bear's forthcoming album Harlequin Dream.
From acclaimed director Lenny Abrahamson and writer Malcolm Campbell, What Richard Did is a hauntingly plain look at the power of guilt, the danger of emotion, and the ambiguity of responsibility.
In his first ever tour of Australia, after an extensive break from stand up, and some time out of the spotlight; Chris Tucker bought his hilarious brand of comedy to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on Thursday night. With Showtime at the Apollo host Terry Hodges opening the show, Brisbane was treated to a night of something a little different, and a little hilarious.
Florida's Surfer Blood release their sophomore album, Pythons, today and I had the chance to get band's bass player Kevin Williams on the phone prior to the record's official drop in the US and Australia to talk about the difference in recording process, touring the new material and how the band is anticipating coming to Australia next month for Splendour in the Grass.
Three years on from their last album Engineering The Soul, Central Coast rockers Something With Numbers stage a return with long-awaited album Eleven Eleven, and a national tour to support the hotly anticipated release! Kicking off on June 14 at the Mona Vale Hotel, Something With Numbers are set to take Australia by storm once again with the signature rock swagger that has been their trademark since day one.
Niche presents the debut tour of one of the most enigmatic forces in Hip Hop, Lil B! With a wealth of material and an intense, cult internet and street following, Lil B’s debut tour of Australia touches down in just six weeks and is one of the most anticipated debuts of 2013.
Larry sits down with Sydney based hip hop duo Jackie Onassis backstage at Sydney's Luna Park for the 2013 Come Together Festival. We talk about travelling to The Great Escape in Brighton, how Aussie hip hop is growing in the UK, getting heard on triple j, the hip hop scene in Sydney and much more...
Four piece Scottish Indie-Folk band Shooting Stansfield are set to launch their latest EP We Know Not What We Do this week at Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh. Recorded over the course of five days back in early 2012, on the banks of Loch Fyne, this is a release that has been a long time in the making.
Grouplove has announced early details of their much-anticipated new album. Produced by the band’s own Ryan Rabin, Spreading Rumours will be released on Friday 20 September. The new single "Ways To Go" is available digitally now and there's a new clip accompanying it too!
“French electronica” is a phrase I have used on various occasions to sway friends towards seeing various acts on festival line-up and it has rarely ever failed. This is because the French have consistently produced and exported exciting and progressive electronic music for years whether it be Daft Punk, Air or M83 such artists have always led at the forefront.
Rramp began its Adelaide Cabaret Festival run tonight and the Space Theatre filled quickly with punters, great to see on a Wednesday night in this town. I had no idea what I was getting into, just that the brilliantly interesting Christine Johnston was behind this production and that alone sold me.
The Dendy shorts nominated film Heaven continues the proud Australian screen tradition/obsession of ‘films about drugs’ (Candy, The Mule, Wasted on the Young, etc) that has been a pretty constant theme of the past 10 years. Despite this saturation, the short film is quite touching and masterfully pulled off by Writer and Director Maliar Lahooti.
Birds of Tokyo - fair to say that the band is one of the country's best live bands going at the moment. With killer live shows and a penchant for forming some damn catchy anthems which have the ability to rouse high levels of off-key-in-the-shower singing both in the privacy of ones home and in the company of thousands, the lads are fitting members on this year's Splendour in the Grass festival bill. Ian Berney chats with me about the band's year so far, new material, and the irony of him taking on interviews.