Day: 25 November 2016

Single of the Day: Bag Raiders ft. Mayer Hawthorne “Beat Me To The Punch” (2016)

November 25, 2016

Bag Raiders have linked up with Mayer Hawthorne on new tune “Beat Me To The Punch” and it’s catchy as hell. The boys have come storming back with another hit of vibrant electro pop that’ll do well on your summer playlist this year, no doubt. As a taste of what’s to come from the duo in […]

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Gold Class, Middle Kids & Tigertown amongst first 50 artists announced for The Great Escape!

November 25, 2016

The Great Escape returns to Brighton in the UK next year, taking over the British seaside from May 18th – 20th. Lauded as the festival for unearthing some of music’s most exciting talent from around the globe, The Great Escape will be celebrating its twelfth year with some of the best established and emerging artists. Amongst the […]

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Friday Fresh Five #009: King IV, Paper Thin, Swamp…

November 25, 2016

This week we’ve been enjoying some folk, some futuristic R&B and some great indie notes out of Australia and New York. From KingIV in Melbourne to EZTV out of the US, we’ve got you covered with this edition of Friday Fresh Five. Josh Rennie-Hynes (Sunshine Coast) Out of Woodford, Josh Rennie-Hynes has been fast garnering a reputation for himself as […]

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Ben Lee chats his new album and doles out some depth in Adelaide ahead of the Whole Life Expo

November 25, 2016

In Adelaide for the Whole Life Expo this weekend, we catch up with Ben Lee to chat about his new album Freedom, Love, And the Recuperation of the Human Mind, the idea of a ‘conscious’ music concert and more! I feel like the new album title signals a move away from hidden meaning. Freedom, Love, And the […]

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“Imagine if we had this record growing up?” Briggs & Trials talk Reclaim Australia

November 25, 2016

Today, A.B. Original‘s highly anticipated and much publicised debut album Reclaim Australia was officially unleashed on to the public. Over the course of 12 tracks, both Briggs and Trials have made a definite mark on Australian music and as the bigots and uneducated internet trolls have continued to beat their chests and crack their knuckles, ready to take to their keyboards, […]

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Music Video of the Day: HEALTH “L.A Looks” (2016)

November 25, 2016

Taken from their latest record Death Magic, HEALTH have recently dropped the visuals for “L.A Looks”, directed by Derrick Beckles. The Adult Swim name encapsulates the oddities and faded greatness of Los Angeles, from Hollywood to Venice, in the form of one of those late night, public access TV commercials. Get educated and check it out below! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4r0gkByCvY&feature=youtu.be ———- This […]

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Bec Sandridge on In The Fog & developing her live show with a full band

November 25, 2016

Today is a very special day for one of our favourites, Bec Sandridge. With her In The Fog EP officially released today, Sandridge has also announced a stack of tour dates to celebrate the new record in the early months of 2017. When Larry caught up with Bec in Sydney recently, she commented on her excitement surrounding […]

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The State of Affairs: 2016 ARIA Week program announced, Triple j Breakfast announced new hosts for 2017 & more!

November 25, 2016

This week in the music industry, the annual ARIA Week returns for its sixth year to celebrate Australian music in and around the Sydney area, triple j announces a brand new team of hosts for their popular Triple j Breakfast show & the winners of the Unified Grant are revealed! 2016 ARIA Week On Thursday 17th of November, the […]

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The House of Bacardi comes to Melbourne to celebrate a thriving city nightlife

November 25, 2016

The House of Bacardi threw open its doors to people in Sydney and Brisbane to great effect recently, with the iconic brand linking up with some of the country’s best party-starters to ensure that the heart of Australia’s nightlife culture – live music and curated party nights – remains a strongly beating one. As we’ve […]

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Album News Weekly: 24th November 2016

November 25, 2016

This week in album news, we hear the first hypnotic/insane offering from one of the four King Gizzard & The Wizard Lizard albums we’re expecting next year, Iranianian-born Dutch songwriter Sevdaliza haunts us with her minimalist electronic-pop and LA dream Molly Burch gives us a classic 70’s throwback with her charming indie-pop, plus more… LOYLE CARNER This […]

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FKJ, Kilter, Cosmo’s Midnight & more complete Majestic Casual’s Sydney event for December

November 25, 2016

German tastemakers Majestic Casual and Sydney’s Astral People have unveiled the full lineup for December’s MLIVE event, set to take place at Max Watt’s next Friday! Following on from MLIVE events in London, New York, Berlin, Paris and LA, the unique event showcasing some hectic movers in electronic music now comes to Australia for an event to be […]

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Sydney five-piece Borneo kick off ‘Summer Australiana Tour’ in Manly tonight!

November 25, 2016

Borneo are a five piece rock band hailing from Sydney, with their unique take on punk rock sure to appeal to all types of music lovers. Tonight, the band’s summer tour kicks off in Manly before taking the group down the coast and out to New Zealand before the end of the year! Relatively new to the music […]

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Video Games Review: Sega 3D Classics Collection (3DS, 2016)

November 25, 2016

Nostalgia never dies, and is almost always a completely viable way to market something. That notion has been proven by Nintendo time and time again, and while riffing on past triumphs may have worked to the brand’s detriment at times, no one can deny the joy of being able to revisit your childhood through gaming. […]

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TV Review: Ash vs Evil Dead Season 2, Episode 8 “Ashy Slashy” (USA, 2016) is the best episode of the series yet

November 25, 2016

I was under the impression that Ash vs Evil Dead had reached it’s peak. That episodes like the last two and season one’s finale and Killer of Killers couldn’t be topped. After all, a goofy horror/comedy genre mash-up probably has no right to strive for anything brilliant. Right. Right? No. Ashy Slashy now holds the crown as […]

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Film Review: Your Name (Kimi no Na wa) (Japan, 2016) will leave you spellbound

November 25, 2016

The Japanese Anime genre has a long history of producing masterpieces. Makoto Shinkai‘s Your Name is no exception. Ahead of its release in Australia, the film has enjoyed rave reviews around the world – and deservedly so. The film centres on Mitsuha (Mone Kamishiraishi) and Taki (Ryunosuke Kamiki), two people with nothing in common except […]

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