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Photo Gallery: Field Day Part 1 - The Domain (01.01.15)

Part one of our Field Day festival coverage at The Domain in Sydney includes artists such as Salt n Pepa (pictured above), Collarbones, Danny Brown, Glass Animals, Joey Bada$$, Just Blaze, Milky Chance, MØ, Thundamentals and Tycho. Photos by Johnny Au.

8 acts who will help you make the most of Field Day 2015

Fuzzy's long running Field Day is always one of the best ways to kick of the new year, but it can often be a bit overwhelming running around The Domain and trying to decide which acts will help you make the most of the day. Field Day has always seen some of the year's stand out performances, from Justice to Trentemoller in previous additions. Here's 8 acts who are playing this year that you shouldn't miss out on.

Festival Review: Outside In - Manning House, Sydney (29.11.14)

So I think we all now know that Thom Yorke of Radiohead endorsed this festival back in it's inaugural year by showing up on the side of stage. Outside In is much more than that though; while it's fun to use Thom Yorke's name to get people to click on things, it's much more enjoyable watching Astral People turn their festival, now in it's third year, into the wonderland of eclectic music it has become via acts which don't necessarily have a profile as big as Yorke, but are equally innovative when it comes to their music. The style has been set, in that everything from the deepest of deep house, and most left-field of experimental sounds, to the most underground of hip hop, will be on display each year as this unique festival continues to grow.

The State of Affairs: The Latest Music Industry News - 28th November 2014

In This Issue: we share the best opportunities for young artists, the new electronic music documentary, and the news about some Aussie legends, plus the latest signings and the ARIA charts.

Single Stream: Collarbones ft. Oscar Key Sung “Only Water” (2014)

Ahead of the release of their debut album Return later this month, Sydney duo Collarbones have teamed up with pal Oscar Key Sung to deliver some silky vocals in their new single “Only Water”.

Live Review: REMi + Collarbones - The Cliff Dive, Sydney (23.10.14)

Taking over the Cliff Dive Bar for a night of revelry, Converse show that they still have their finger on the pulse of youth culture, inviting blog pop wunderkinds Collarbones and REMi, fresh off his national run supporting Allday and claiming the AIR Independent Music best Hip-hop/Urban release. Throw in free tinnies courtesy of Pistonhead and a novel approach to the issue of phones at gigs – hand them in at the door and take your happy snaps on a disposable camera – and you have yourself a damn good night.

CLOSED Win a double pass to New Wave: Sound for Vivid Sydney!

Across three nights this June (5-7th), Sydney’s Seymour Centre will play host to an innovative New Wave: Sound, part of the new Vivid Music program for Vivid Sydney. Handpicked by celebrated contemporary composer and curator Andrew Batt-Rawden, challenges the audience to experience the future of music presentation and performance and features performances such as Collarbones Vs Synergy, The Wires Project, Adventures of Prince Achmed and RGB Laser Show.

Single Stream: Collarbones - "Burnout" (2014)

Collarbones have released new track "Burnout" - listen to it here! They will releasing their third LP via Two Bright Lakes/Remote Control Records in late 2014. Check out the track by the Sydney/Adelaide duo and let us know what you think!

Cloud Control heading Australia Day at The Rocks lineup.

The Rocks Australia Day has announced Cloud Control as feature artists for their 2014 lineup! The award winners will showcase their recent Dream Cave record as well as their previous hits on the First Fleet Park stage this Australia Day. The Rocks Australia Day celebration sees various locations and streets in the area host a selection of great artists and activities for Sydneysiders to be getting amongst - check out what you can be experiencing if you're in the area on Jan 26!

Album Review: Owl Eyes - Nightmixes (2013 EP)

Successfully debuting her first album Nightswim in April this year, Owl Eyes has released an EP featuring a collection of remixes of her already heavily dance-influenced tracks, mixed by a slew of established and up-and-coming dance powerhouses.

Live Review: FBi Radio Turns 10 - Carriageworks, Sydney (08.09.13)

FBi Radio is such a massive part of Sydney’s music scene. They support upcoming musicians with incredible passion and enthusiasm, and have been doing so for an entire decade! To celebrate double digits, FBi threw a massive fundraising music festival to celebrate, and the killer combination of a great venue with an assortment of fantastic Sydney bands and DJs made this undoubtedly the coolest 10th birthday party ever.

Adelaide collective FOURWORDS present 'Knots' festival for August 25.

If you've enjoyed a night out in Adelaide over the past 12 months, there's a decent shot it's been at a fourwords event, or an event that they've had something to do with. The local collective of party-starters, local artist champions and general rad dudes have been hosting their parties at the Rhino Room for longer than I can remember, but it was only going to be so long before they branched out and hosted their own goddamned festival.

Live Review: Owl Eyes + Collarbones + Mammals - The Standard (11.05.13)

Owl Eyes’s debut record Nightswim has a very laid-back atmosphere, so I was under the impression that her live show would be just as smooth. Between the performances of her support acts, the technical mishaps, and the surprising amount of energy she possessed, the night was somewhat scattered — but ultimately, enjoyable.

Photo Gallery: Owl Eyes + Collarbones + Mammals - The Standard, Sydney (11.05.13)

Owl Eyes plays a massive show celebrating the launch of her debut record at The Standard in Sydney with Collarbones (pictured) and Mammals in support. Shasha Gong was there and brings you these photos from the night...

Live Review: Dappled Cities + Collarbones + Donny Benet - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney (24.04.13)

Well known Sydney band Dappled Cities played the Oxford Art Factory on Wednesday 24th April to celebrate their official ten year anniversary, a commendable achievement to have made it so long in the music industry! They were joined by Donny Benet and Collarbones for support.