Day: 10 March 2017

Music Video of the Day: APES “Filter” (2017)

March 10, 2017

Some our favourite Victorian lads, APES, have dropped the visuals for their single “Filter” – all about that #OnlineContent. The footage, shot entirely on an iPhone over the course of a band practice, the resulting video clip is very tongue in cheek while the song itself worms its way into your head. As Ben Dowd sings, “I don’t […]

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From Aldous Harding to Middle Kids: 17 artists we’re watching at SXSW 2017

March 10, 2017

It’s SXSW time again and as Austin gears up for the influx of thousands upon thousands of people from all over the world ready to call the Texan city home until March 19th, we’ve got our sights firmly planted on the global music program that has once again, pulled together hundreds of artists primed for […]

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Single of the Day: Clowns “Pickle” (2017)

March 10, 2017

Clowns are back, everyone! Coming through with the catchy new tune in “Pickle”, the Melbourne punks have given us another preview of their third album, Lucid Again. Due out this May via Poison City Records, the record – if “Pickle” is anything to go by – is gonna be a ballbuster. Traversing the genres of punk, […]

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A.B. Original are the first Indigenous act to win the Australian Music Prize, yet their talent remains vilified by those who need to listen the most

March 10, 2017

Last night at The Toff in Town in Melbourne, A.B. Original were crowned the winners of the 12th Australian Music Prize. Along with the $30,000 cash prize, their win with their debut album Reclaim Australia marked a significant moment in the Prize’s history: for the first time, the accolade had been taken by an Indigenous group. Briggs and Trials (Yorta […]

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Kate Ceberano talks longevity, romance through song & an absolute thirst for music

March 10, 2017

What do you ask an artist who is not only so prolific and influential, but an incredibly assertive, humble, and passionate talent? How do you discover, or even uncover something new about an artist whose career spans over 30 years? These were just a few of the thoughts bumping into the edges of my mind […]

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Live Review: Kasabian – Sydney Opera House (09.03.17)

March 10, 2017

It’s midnight, I’m sitting in a budget hotel, and I have to be up in four hours to catch my flight back home to Melbourne to work. I’ve also just been at the Sydney Opera House to see Kasabian’s second show of their two-nights-only Australian visit. There is so much adrenaline ripping through my system […]

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At the Drive-In drop second single from first album in 17 years

March 10, 2017

Texan-born punk rock band At the Drive-In have this week shared the second cut from their highly anticipated new album, in • ter a • li • a (Latin for “among other things”). This is the band’s first album in 17 years, and will be immediately followed by a massive international tour. The new single “Incurably […]

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alt-J confirm new album to be released June 9th, share opening track “3WW”

March 10, 2017

On June 9th, the third album album by British band alt-J will be released via Liberator Music/Infectious Music. Titled Relaxer, the 8-track LP will follow up their career-defining 2014 album, This Is All Yours, and is available for pre-order HERE. The first taste of Relaxer is opening track “3WW”. It sees alt-J shifting their arrangement and experimenting […]

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Solange, Jidenna, Middle Kids and more announced for SXSW’s YouTube showcases

March 10, 2017

YouTube has announced their massive plans for the South by Southwest Conference, expanding to their largest SXSW present to date. What’s set to be one of the absolute highlights of their SXSW events will be their return to downtown Austin’s Coppertank, where YouTube will host a major three-day showcase. The showcase is set to feature […]

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Ellee Fletcher & Matt Bizer on the evolution of Luck Reunion – the annual musical pilgrimage held at Willie Nelson’s Texan ranch

March 10, 2017

What started as an exclusive music event held at Willie Nelson‘s Texan ranch, the now popular Luck Reunion has turned into a musical pilgrimage for fans of country, rock, folk and Americana music. Celebrating the evolution of musicians and artists, the event also plays host to a number of pop up stalls and local food and beverage […]

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Disney CEO Bob Iger calls Star Wars: The Last Jedi “A Perfect Chapter”

March 10, 2017

At Disney’s recent shareholders meeting, CEO Bob Iger spoke about the prospects of the Star Wars franchise. After relishing the success of The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which made a combined total of 3.1 billion USD at the box office, his attention has turned to Episode VIII The Last Jedi. After discussion about the momentous difficulty of toppling the success […]

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The Gold Coast is all set for its 15th annual Film Festival

March 10, 2017

We are hot on the heels of the 15th annual Gold Coast Film Festival. The event will screen 32 feature films from 13 countries, including four World premieres, nine Australian premieres and eight Queensland premieres, plus a host of short films, events, panels, and intimate Q&A’s with filmmakers. The city’s flagship film event has confirmed […]

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Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy will be unrelated to the films, PAX East trailer likely

March 10, 2017

Telltale Games have released a number of screens from their forthcoming Guardians of the Galaxy adventure title, their first in conjunction with Marvel Comics, but acknowledge that their story is entirely separate from the popular Marvel Studios films.

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Adelaide Fringe Festival Review: Blanc de Blanc – Magic Mirror Spiegeltent (Performances until 19th March)

March 10, 2017

It’s time to dust off that schoolboy French and put on your dancing shoes because Blanc de Blanc has come to the Adelaide Fringe. The beautiful Magic Mirror Spiegeltent is the perfect setting for this show. A wrought iron staircase leading to a balcony overlooks the main stage and the audience is seated in the round. Blanc […]

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Neil Perry brings his Burger Project to Parramatta (Sydney)

March 10, 2017

From today, March 10th, Neil Perry has opened the doors on his ninth Burger Project location, and first in Western Sydney. Their house-made burgers are housed on the ground floor of V by Crown Groups 29-storey retail and residential building on Marsden Street, customers can experience the likes of 14 hand-crafted burgers that showcase 36-month, […]

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