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NAYSAYER AND GILSUN

New Music Video: Naysayer & Gilsun - "Blue" (2013)

Production duo Naysayer & Gilsun have released the new video for "Blue", taken from their EP All That Good Work/Blue.

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.

the AU interview: Naysayer And Gilsun (Melbourne)

With an EP coming out next week and their own audio/visual live shows (dubbed NGTV) promising "a two hour journey through music and cinema", electronic duo Naysayer And Gilsun are a band worthy of your attention. We spoke to Sam Gill about what made them get into music production, what inspired their live show, and what his favourite dance track of all time is (the answer being as close to perfect as you could imagine).

The Last 5 Years: Naysayer And Gilsun (Melbourne)

the AU review turned five years old last month. We're still in a celebratory mood, so we're been asking many of our music industry friends to help us look back on the last five years of music! Next, electronic duo Naysayer And Gilsun gave us their top Australian songs from the past five years.

Naysayer & Gilsun return with the 'All That Good Work/Blue' EP and Australian tour dates.

Naysayer & Gilsun are back! In celebrating the release of their debut EP, All That Good Work/Blue, the duo will be hitting the road for some sure-fire kickass live gigs around the place through September and October! Accompanying the new sounds will be an all-new visual show, as well as some fantastic support slots in the form of Otologic, wordlife and Two Bright Lakes DJs.

Tour updates: Tegan and Sara, Cat Power, Slaughterhouse, Nine Sons of Dan and more!

In this issue: Cat Power Melbourne show sold out, Return to Youth support Last Dinosaurs, exclusive link for tickets to The XX Melbourne show, Davey Lane supports two Bob’s around Australia, Nine Sons of Dan announce their own supports for ‘Fun’ tour, Hip Hoppers Slaughterhouse announce venue changes for Australian tour and Tegan & Sara reveal second Sydney show.

Cat Power tour starts next week and Melbourne show has sold out!

Last Dinosaurs touring Australian universities with 'The First Degree' tour!

It's pretty cool to have live music on your university campus; it makes O'Weeks and nights spent drinking on even more worthwhile. Good news, students (and non-students), Last Dinosaurs will be coming to your campus or one pretty close by, on 'The First Degree' tour!

Golden Plains Lucky Seven Line Up Revealed!

Joining a slew of epic festival announcements this year is Golden Plains. To be held in the majestic surrounds of the Meredith Supernatural Ampitheatre in March 2013, Golden Plains Lucky Seven will feature the music of the following artists:

CAT POWER
DINOSAUR JR
TALLEST MAN ON EARTH
GEORGE CLINTON AND PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC
THE JON SPENCER BLUES EXPLOSION
PURITY RING
FLUME
MOODYMANN

The Living End, Cloud Control and more join the lineup for Mission to Launch in Canberra

The wait is finally over! Following the announcement of Australian dance powerhouse, Sneaky Sound System, as the first act on the Mission To Launch Festival this New Year’s Eve in Canberra, the party organisers are beaming with excitement to reveal the full line-up:

THE LIVING END

SNEAKY SOUND SYSTEM

IAN CAREY [USA]

CLOUD CONTROL

THE BEAUTIFUL GIRLS

THE HERD

THE POTBELLEEZ

BRITISH INDIA

Falls Festival - Erskine Falls in Lorne, Victoria (29 - 31.12.09)

falls-festival

Upon the arrival of the new decade,
patrons of the Lorne Falls Festival were left scalded by the sun’s
rays and soaked through and through by one of the most treacherous storms
the event has ever seen. Nonetheless, most of the 15,000 or so attendees
were delightfully content with the whole three days.