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Feature: 5 Must See Bands at Come Together Festival

It’s that time of year again – Come Together Festival at Luna Park Big Top is practically on our doorstep. This year sees the re-introduction of the festival’s original two-day format, with indie music returning to the Sunday. With previous years sporting talent like Grinspoon, Little Birdy, The Presets, British India, Birds of Tokyo and more – this year’s set to be even bigger and better. So, overwhelmed by all the choices? Check out our 5 must-see bands at Come Together Festival…

Sarah Connor and Polish Club win Triple J's Unearthed competition for Come Together 2015!

Come Together 2015 is only a week away now and the announcements are keeping on coming, with the announcement of the Triple J Unearthed competition winners, release of set times and the news that weekend tickets have completely sold out! Featuring the likes of Ball Park Music, Thundamentals, Seth Sentry and more, the Sydney festival now only has single day passes available to the Luna Park event this June long weekend.

Live Review: Horrorshow + Tuka + Left. - The Gov, Adelaide (05.04.15)

My Easter Sunday wrapped up at The Gov, where Sydney's brought their stripped back 'Listen Close Tour' to an end. Considering the Adelaide show on the tour wasn't a part of the original run of dates, it was fantastic to see that the gig had sold out tonight. Supported by Tuka and Left., the night saw three acts who are normally known for some huge hip-hop and electro/soul sounds, mix it up and present their music in a raw, inventive fashion.

the AU Weekend Gig Guide: Easter Long Weekend Edition!

While some of you may be looking forward to a long weekend of maxing out surrounded by multiple Easter chocolate wrappers, feeling content and perhaps slightly sick from sugar, there's heaps of live shows happening around the country! With Bluesfest happening in Byron Bay over the Easter weekend break, a whole slew of artists are tag teaming in and out of venues down the coast for some special headline shows, some of which the AU will be heading along to check out! Have a peek at the below for just some of our gig picks this weekend.

Horrorshow announce the 'Listen Close' Australian tour with Tuka and Tom Thum!

Horrorshow are hitting the road following sold out acoustic shows in Sydney and Brisbane last year! THe hip-hop duo are taking this stripped back format around the country on 'The Listen Close Tour', joined by Tuka and Tom Thum. It's been a wild few years for Horrorshow, who have been constantly positioning themselves as one of the best-loved hip-hop acts in the country, award nominations and wins under their belt and of course, the success the One Day collective have also been celebrating through 2014.

Gotye and Daniel Johns join a huge second artist announcement for triple J's Beat the Drum event in January!

As part of the Sydney Festival next year, triple j are choosing to throw a huge ass birthday party in the Domain! The Beat the Drum event is already hosting the likes of Hilltop Hoods, The Presets and The Cat Empire, but today on the Matt and Alex show, a huge second artist announcement was revealed for the January 16th party!

Live Review: One Day Tour - Enmore Theatre (19.09.14)

Think of all the great hip-hop collectives you know of which have put out an album as one, from Wu-Tang to The Diplomats to Dungeon Family. The dynamic that makes collectives like these work so well in the studio is developed through years of constant collaboration and refinement, so that when that day comes when the group is set to drop an entire album, the fans see shades of each artist that can only be brought out when they are part of a team. This is what happened on Mainline, the debut LP by Sydney's One Day crew, placing it as one of the more refreshing hip-hop albums of the year, with a dynamic not often seen on the Australian circuit.

Violent Soho, Sia, Courtney Barnett and more nominated for 2014 Carlton Dry AIR Awards!

The nominees for the 2014 Carlton Dry Independent Music Awards have been announced, once again representing a great and diverse range of Australian musicians who have produced some standout material over the past 12 months. Alongside some of the country's best emerging artists (REMi, Kilter, DMA's), are nominations for some of Australia's established favourites, including the likes of the John Butler Trio, Sara Storer, Violent Soho and more.

Album Review: One Day - Mainline (2014 LP)

Spit Syndicate, Horrorshow , Jackie Onassis and Joyride all have a few things in common. Firstly, they all hail from Sydney's inner-west. Secondly, they are all a huge part of the hip hop scene in Australia and actively part of its development. Finally, they are all members of the clique known as One Day and - to the joy (and perhaps surprise) of many hip hop fans - have just released their first album together.

the AU interview: One Day (Sydney) - Horrorshow, Spit Syndicate and Jackie Onassis - talk "Mainline"!

Sydney based Hip Hop collective One Day, to talk about the release of their debut record Mainline (out now). One Day is comprised of Horrorshow, Spit Syndicate, Jackie Onassis and Joyride (who, unfortunately, wasn't present for the interview). Epic. All three parts of the interview are now embedded here:

Single Stream: One Day "Many Hands" (2014)

Sydney hip-hop collective One Day have just released the second taste of their forthcoming debut LP Mainline, drawing on the respective talents of Spit Syndicate, Horrorshow, Jackie Onassis, and Joyride to give us an impressive lyrical exercise. "Many Hands" is the perfect pace-setter for the highly anticipated album, showcasing each artists with a constantly evolving production. Listen below.

One Day announce collaborative LP + massive collective tour.

Seven-artist deep, Sydney-based crew One Day are about to nudge Australian hip-hop forward more than a few steps, with a massive focus on their collective finesse. Announcing on their social media channels, the crew - which features Jackie Onassis, Horroshow, Spit Syndicate and Joyride - are planning both an album and a huge Australian tour later this year.

Mackay set to host some of the country's best with the final line up for the River Sessions announced!

A huge bunch of talented Australian and international music folk are hopping on planes and heading to Mackay for the River Sessions on the 28th of June! Taking place at the Mackay Showgrounds for another year, the final line up was recently dropped, with some awesome names set to play alongside the likes of Megan Washington, Dan Sultan and more.

Live Review: Bliss N Eso + Seth Sentry + Horrorshow + Ceekay Jones - Riverstage, Brisbane (24.04.14)

On April 24 people of all ages turned up to Brisbane's Riverstage to see Ceekay Jones, Horrorshow, Seth Sentry and headliners Bliss N Eso on their 15 date national “Circus Under The Stars” tour.

Bliss N Eso to bring Circus Under The Stars to Adelaide

Adelaide Aussie hip-hop fans need worry no longer; Bliss N Eso's outdoor extravaganza Circus Under The Stars is coming to town on the 24th of May. Featuring performances by not only Bliss N Eso but Seth Sentry, Horrowshow, Ceekay Jones and an opening slot given to a local, unsigned artist in each town determined by the public, Circus Under The Stars will be an event that no Aussie hip-hop fan will want to miss.