OK. So this one’s a super cool video clip. Seriously - no moving cameras but playing with the ghosts of your bandmates is a pretty damn cool thing to be doing. Not to mention the song is pretty awesome as well. Seriously Watch it below - you won’t regret it.
The AU is excited to bring you the premiere of the latest installment - number 39 no less - of the Project24 series. A video project that brings you a new live video on the 24th of each month, with each video performed live, recorded, filmed, mixed, mastered and edited... in 24 hours. This month we see Sabrina Lawrie & The Hunting Party performing their track "From The Edge". Watch it now!
Sydney band Hedge Fund today premiere the video clip for their latest single, "Object of My Affection" with the AU! Hooked in by the unique nature and creativity of the visuals,vthe music video for "Object of My Affection" was directed and animated entirely by Hedge Fund's lead vocalist, William Colvin Mckenzie - a process which took over 200 hours to complete. This is the third Hedge Fund clip made by Mckenzie, who has directed videos for the likes of Deep Sea Arcade and SURES in the past, and is a showcase of a great knack for some interesting concepts being realised onscreen.
With the new documentary Life After Death From Above available on VOD through Vimeo now, the filmmakers have released this exclusive clip, which dates back to 2003, when Death From Above 1979 (the film's subjects) were recording a never-to-be-released lo-fi music video for their single "Dead Womb". Watch the clip here:
Larry Heath interviewed two parts of emerging Sydney rockers Monte on Monday, at AU HQ, to talk about their debut album Who We Are, which is available now, touring and much more.
the AU review's Larry Heath sits down with Husky and Gideon from Melbourne group Husky to talk about their latest album Ruckers Hill, the two years since their last release Forever So, their experiences in America, touring plans and much more!
Last month we sat down with two parts of Geelong quintet The Murlocs while at BIGSOUND in Brisbane last month. Watch the full chat here, as we talk about their music, the festival, upcoming plans and much more!
Last month we sat down with South Australia's Julia Henning while she was at BIGSOUND in Brisbane. Watch our full chat here on the AU as we talk about the festival, her music (including latest single "Another Day") and touring. Julia also talks about how music helps us overcome sadness.
Hello Asia editor Johnny Au chats with Aussie artist Demi Louise in Seoul, South Korea. Demi was in Seoul as Australia's first showcase artist at the MU:CON conference. Demi spoke about her past year performing in the UK, Malaysia and her experiences in Seoul. We also spoke about her upcoming CMJ appearance and a lounge room tour in November.
Dana Roskvist from Sydonia sat down with the AU's Larry at BIGSOUND last month to chat about their latest album Reality Kicks, their successful crowd-funding campaign that allowed them to tour, getting more radio play than they've ever had and concentrating on writing new, faster and heavier songs.
In 2006, Jesse Keeler and Sebastien Grainger called it quits on a band they "started out of boredom and necessity". That band was Death From Above 1979. In 2011, after five years of silence between them, they reunited for Coachella - and as we now know, this went pretty well. The new documentary Life After Death From Above 1979 directed by Eva Michon tells the story their rise, break-up, and coming back from the dead, and we're proud to bring you this exclusive clip from the film, which is available now. Watch it here:
Photo Credit: Hans Peter van Velthoven
The Pierce Brothers sat down with the AU review's Larry Heath at BIGSOUND last month to chat about snapping guitars, The Northern Lights Tour visiting new Australian regions, their first European tour, the Jack White Party, writing a lot and focusing on making an "interesting" album.
the AU review's Larry Heath interviews Australian artists Angie Hart, Katie Noonan, Sam Buckingham and Maples as they talk about the collaborative album Songs That Made Me. 100% of the album's profits go to Cancer Council and it is released Friday, October 17th ahead of a October/November tour in celebration of the record.
While she was at BIGSOUND last month, we sat down with the beautiful Thelma Plum to talk about her latest EP Monsters, where she wears her heart on her sleeve to say the least. We look ahead to her massive national tour - which kicks off on October 30th - and talk about how things have changed for her since we first saw her at Little BIGSOUND two years before...