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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.

Music Video of the Day: I’lls "Let Me Just Have One" (2015)

Ambient synths and minimalistic beats merge in the new song from I'lls, and it’s beautiful. The track “Let Me Just Have One” sees reverb drenched falsetto soars above intricate beats reminiscent of something off a Thom Yorke solo work. Watch the new video for “Let Me Just Have One” here:

the AU interview: Simon Lam of Klo (Melbourne) talk about their new EP "Cusp" and Beyond The Valley NYE Festival

What have you and your cousin achieved to date? Taken your sweet little Gammy out to lunch? Maybe even put on a Christmas song and dance that you’re relatives politely cheered on? Whilst all admirable, you’ve got nothing on Chloe Kaul and Simon Lam of Klo.

Gig Announcements: Melbourne & VIC - 14th October 2014.

In this issue: Colour Bomb play at the Gasometer's Halloween Party, Decibel presents 'Inner Space: The Giacinto Scelsi Project', DXHeaven premieres "All The Time" , I'lls launch debut album, The Harpoons announce Melbourne album launch, Teeth & Tongue for show at Shadow Electric, Yes Please celebrate turning three, Black Cab announce a one-off album launch in Melbourne, Emotionwork's Cut Opera present 'Carmen', Dallas Crane play at The Espy and Souls of Mischief return to Australia after almost nine years!

Live Review: OutsideIn Festival - Factory Theatre, Sydney (21.09.13)

I walked away from OutsideIn well after midnight with two things, an ear to ear grin, and a splitting headache. The people at Astral People had curated a collection of up and coming local producers, underground hyped international acts making their first visit and one genuine ticket shifter in headliner Hermitude. This made for a diverse and constantly engaging bill.

Photo Gallery: OutsideIn Festival - Factory Theatre (21.09.13)

The OutsideIn Festival presented by Astral People was held at the Factory Theatre last Saturday featuring a stellar cast of local and international acts. OutsideIn was headlined by US Hip Hop star Freddie Gibbs (pictured above). Photos by Johnny Au

New festival PARADISE reveals line up details!

As one festival nears cancellation, another new one rears its head for its first year in 2013. Paradise, announced today as a three day/two night party from November 29 to December 1, concentrates on showcasing and supporting Australia's up and comers and man, is it a fine line up.

Gig Announcements: NSW & ACT - June 28


In this issue: Goblin announce first ever Sydney show, Yelawolf announces headline show, Yes Please second birthday party, Soul of Sydney: Roots of hip hop block party tribute, Designer Mutts Sydney shows, Nicholas Roy single launch, UK band Peace announce Australian tour, Rat and Co perform in Sydney, Seth Sentry to perform in Canberra and Black Cherry heats up The Factory Theatre in July.

Goblin announce first ever Sydney show

The State Of Affairs - Latest Music Industry News: 2nd April 2013

This week in music news, awesome ladies are making headway in hip-hop, Triple J's One Night Stand is heading to Dubbo, and the APRA Professional Development Awards have chosen their lucky winners. Plus plenty of other tours, signings, and record releases to keep you informed for the next week.

Tour Updates: Flume, Passenger, PiL, They Might Be Giants, Frightened Skulls, Dying Fetus, Yacht Club Djs, Bloc Party and more!

In this issue: Passenger, Hungry Kids of Hungary, PVT, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Frightened Skulls, They Might Be Giants and Flume add extra shows, Zac Brown Band play Sydney, Dying Fetus & Putrid Pile and Yacht Club Djs announce supports, World’s End Press to tour with Bloc Party, last two shows for Melbourne Zoo’s twilight shows and punk PiL change Brisbane venue.

Passenger National Tour Sold out Nationally, New Dates Announced!