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Live Review: Eves The Behavior + Paul Conrad - Shebeen, Melbourne (14.09.15)

Adorning the ceiling are several white lights, more like ufos really. On the stage there are a few pot plants. I can’t tell if they’re the same that I saw last year but they look about the same size, same thickness. Same plastic hue. I sit at the back of the room, bleachers of sort, and watch as the band and the handful of people who arrived earlier than I did talk amongst each other. A man in a loose fitting jacket and long beard climbs the ankle height stage. A dulled hum begins to sound and Paul Conrad begins his set.

the AU interview: Eves The Behavior (Brisbane) chats to the AU ahead of a new EP and debut headline tour

Crafting powerful yet ethereal dynamite pop tracks exploring human nature and her own experiences, Hannah Karydas under the moniker Eves the Behavior is firmly cementing her place in the music world at just 21 years of age. We caught up with Hannah ahead of her EP release and debut headline tour...

Album Review: Eves the Behavior - Self Titled (2015 EP)

Eves the Behavior is a powerhouse performer who has been creating waves nationally with her electro-pop goodness. She has finally dropped her self-titled debut EP with both “TV” and hit “Electrical” both included. Although way too short to satisfy our hunger for new music coming from this artist, it has everything we could wish for all wrapped up in one neat little package.

Splendour in the Grass Festival Review: Saturday - North Byron Parklands (25.07.15)

Photo Credit: Andrew Wade

Day two of Splendour in the Grass was full of big moments spread throughout the entire day, the biggest unsurprisingly being headliner Florence & The Machine. Rain didn't play a factor at all, though the mud situation only slightly improved from piles and piles of wood chips scattered around the grounds to make for helpful paths, particularly in the area in front of the main entrance which was second in thickness only to the entire space between the Mix-Up Stage and Red Bull Music Academy.

Single of the Day: Eves the Behavior "Digging" (2015)

Eves the Behavior continues to impress with her latest single "Digging"! With her debut self-titled EP officially being released today through Dew Process/UMA, there's much for the young artist to be celebrating this weekend. She's going to be performing at Splendour tomorrow, which is no doubt going to be bringing in the numbers as Eves the Behavior is fast becoming one of the most popular new faces on the scene at the moment. "Digging" is another fantastic release, a well-written tune that fits in brilliantly alongside her previous efforts, displaying her knack for channeling some great lush and gorgeously dark soundscapes.

the AU playlist: 7 recently released songs by Splendour in the Grass 2015 acts!

During the past month or two quite a few of the earlier-in-the-day Splendour acts have released new material, as new as yesterday even. Here are 7 of those tracks that we think will really make an impact when they are - likely - given debut festival performances. If you're heading up to North Byron Parklands this weekend be sure to catch the following sets:

Music Video of the Day: Eves the Behavior "Electrical" (2015)

Eves The Behavior’s new track "Electrical" has received the video treatment from ARIA award winning filmmaker Josh Logue, who’s credits include Daniel Johns, Empire of the Sun and Hilltop Hoods. It’s a stunning, dark and moody piece perfectly fitting to the song. This comes with the announcement of her upcoming debut EP, so we're sure to be hearing new music soon. Check out "Electrical" here:

Single of the Day: Eves The Behavior “Electrical” (2015)

After supporting Courtney Barnett, Sky Ferreira and playing at Laneway Festival this year, 20-year old Eves The Behavior has had a busy year. But hasn't stopped her making new music of course, releasing new single "Electrical" this week. It's more clever, original pop music and it's off the currently untitled debut EP we’ll see from Eves The Behavior later this year. Listen to "Electrical" here:

Photo Gallery: St Jerome's Laneway Festival Part 1 - Sydney College of the Arts (01.02.15)

Part 1 of the AU Review's photo series from St Jerome's Laneway Festival at Sydney College of the Arts. Featuring Andy Bull, Connan Mockasin, Highasakite, Eves The Behavior, Perfect Pussy, Benjamin Booker, Sohn, Angel Olsen, Eagulls, Ratking, Courtney Barnett, Dune Rates and Mac DeMarco. Photos by Johnny Au.

New Music Video: Eves the Behavior "TV" (2015)

It's impossible not to get drawn in by Eves the Behavior. 20 year old Hannah Karydas has been on many a radar for a while now, first through her releases under Eves and now, especially with many more Aussie music fans being able to see her perform on the Laneway Festival tour. An enticing and darkly provocative lyricist, Eves the Behaviour has already produced one of our recent favourite songs in "TV" and now, there's a great film clip to accompany!

Five Australians not to miss at St. Jerome's Laneway Festival 2015.

The St. Jerome's Laneway Festival kicks off in Singapore tomorrow before coming to Australia for its 2015 national tour! We recently gave you our five international acts not to miss at the festival and now we take a look at the Aussies set to take to one of the many stages set to be put up at sites in Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Fremantle over the next few weeks.

Single Stream: Eves the Behavior "TV" (2015)

Photo: Kane Hibberd

Brisbane songstress Eves the Behavior (formerly Eves) tackles her new song "TV" with an urgent performance, rising along with the beautiful production for a track that is powerful and compelling. The 19 year old continues to impress, delivering original and innovative pop songs that will no doubt see her as one of the standouts at this year's Laneway Festival.

the AU review's 15 Australian artists to watch in 2015

It's that time again where we look ahead to the year, rather than backwards, and move through the Australian artists we think will make it big in 2015. Now, our definition of "big" doesn't mean a Gotye size explosion - we just think that by the end of this year, all these artists will be well known around the country... some even internationally. Of course, many are well on their way there already. If you look back at our lists from 2013 and 2012, you'll see that usually we're fairly on the ball here. So pay attention! And now, in no particular order:

The Laneway Festival announces partnership with the Red Bull Music Academy, presenting the Future Classic Stage!

With a line up as delectable as the Laneway Festival one is, fans around the country have quite a task on them this year in deciding who to get along and see. There have been minor line up additions, with the announcement of Tkay Maidza, stepping into Lykke Li's original place on the bill and now, Laneway has announced that all legs of the festival are very close to selling out.

Photo Gallery: George Ezra + Eves The Behavior - Metro Theatre, Sydney (05.01.15)

George Ezra lit up the Metro Theatre in Sydney on Monday night, supported by Eves The Behaviour (formerly just Eves). Gwendolyn Lee was there and brings us these photos from the night: