Live Review: Wafia + MAY-A + Banoffee – 170 Russel St, Melbourne

January 24, 2020

In 2017, Brisbane-based R&B singer-songwriter Wafia was starting to build her career, singing alongside acts like Vancouver Sleep Clinic and supporting acts like Daughter. Now, in 2020, she’s running her own show and practically selling out 170 Russel St on a Friday night. Modest yet engaging, Wafia truly captivated the audience with both her music […]

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Photo Gallery: Banoffee + QT + Lupa J – Lansdowne Hotel, Sydney (04.03.19)

March 5, 2019

Supported by Lupa J and QT, Banoffee took some time out from touring with Charlie XCX and Taylor Swift to play some new and old material for us at the Lansdowne Hotel in Sydney on Monday night. Photos by Belinda Dipalo.

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Alex Lahey, Jen Cloher & The Jungle Giants among multiple AIR Award nominees for 2018

April 17, 2018

The 2018 AIR Awards returns to Adelaide this July for its second year in South Australia, coming to the Queen’s Theatre on July 26th. Along with the AIR Awards, the two-day Indie-Con Australia Conference also comes back to Adelaide, hosted by The Hindley on July 26th and 27th, welcoming industry folk from around the country to come […]

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ICYMI: A look back at our favourite music videos of June 2016

October 6, 2016

Picking up where we left off recently, our ICYMI series takes a look at the month of June and our favourite music videos released during the month; heading into the second half of 2016, we had the likes of The Delta Riggs, Cane Hill, Allan Smithy, Alex Lahey and Vera Blue all come through with some impressive visuals, while the likes of The Strokes and FEUDS […]

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16 fresh tunes by Splendour in the Grass artists you must listen to ahead of the weekend!

July 20, 2016

The Splendour in the Grass party kicks off tomorrow – if you’re staying in Brisbane for the party at The Triffid or if you’re getting to Byron in time for the huge official shindig at The Northern, there’s going to be a solid chance you’re going to enter the actual festival already on a high. For the rest […]

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Music Video of the Day: Banoffee “I’m Not Sorry” (2016)

June 7, 2016

Directed by Coco & Maximillian, our choice music video of the day comes from the ever-intriguing and talented Banoffee. Her single “I’m Not Sorry” continues to express this brand of fresh and edgy production while lyrically, Banoffee strips it back and presents perhaps one of her boldest songs yet. She looks in on herself and avoids her […]

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Live Review: “Sound + Vision” Feat. Empress Of + Banoffee & Oscar Key Sung + Charles Murdoch – Sydney Opera House (31.01.16)

February 2, 2016

“Samsung: Sound + Vision” was a debut collaborative music and visual arts project by Vice and Sydney Opera House principal partners Samsung Electronics Australia, taking over the iconic Concert Hall to showcase the marriage of music and technology, as well as the local and international artists involved. Perhaps the strongest element to this project was […]

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Banoffee (Melbourne) chats fashion, being part of the Good Manners family & more!

January 12, 2016

For Banoffee, aka singer songwriter Martha Brown, 2015 was her year to break out on to the music radars of many fans and industry folk around the country. Her second EP, Do I Make You Nervous?, reached out to more fans last year with an incredible tour in tow and to wrap up, Banoffee brought […]

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Bridges, Hoods, a Bloc Party and more – who we’re looking forward to at this year’s Falls Festival!

December 15, 2015

We’re under two weeks out from one of our favourite times of the year, aside from gorging ourselves on Christmas lunch leftovers, the Falls Festival. Again, the team have delivered a line up that speaks to those who are looking to get away and party hard into 2016, those who are keen to see some […]

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Music Video of the Day: Banoffee “Body Suit” (2015)

December 11, 2015

Banoffee‘s minimal R&B tinged sounds culminated into the stunning Do I Make You Nervous? EP, and the most recently single “Body Suit” has just received the video treatment.  Speaking of the video, Banoffee says “We wanted to create a story about the subjective nature of performance. Not to specifically point at any industry but to show the […]

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Album Review: Banoffee – Do I Make You Nervous? (2015 EP)

November 23, 2015

Wow, just wow. Man, Australian music is so on point at the moment, it’s hard to think there was or ever will be a time in which Australian music wasn’t a world leader. It is ridiculously stellar at the moment. It seems with every week there’s a new artist ready to take control of the […]

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First line-up announced for Melbourne’s first ever solar powered music festival

November 10, 2015

This December Melbourne will be hosting a festival that blends music with renewable energy solutions. Titled OFFtheGRID, the event will be presented by Finding Infinity and will take over the forecourt at Australian Centre for Contemporary Art for a summer solstice aimed at both providing punters with an awesome local line-up and raising awareness and […]

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The Wombats, Dune Rats, Tuka & more announced for Falls Festival Lorne!

October 19, 2015

It goes without saying that the Lorne edition of the Falls Festival always stands out as the favoured site of the tour’s three for many people. Almost always a sell out event, the coastal Victorian site boasts a great environment for campers and a unique little Falls vibe all its own. This year, Falls Lorne sold […]

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Banoffee (Melbourne) talks about her EP Do I Make You Nervous? and production experiences

October 13, 2015

Following the release of her new EP, Do I Make You Nervous?, we caught up with Melbourne’s Banoffee to discuss the EP, and her production experiences in the US. For the singer and producer, the record represents where she was as a musician at the time, and how she’s developed since. “When you release a record, […]

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Live Review: Smudge + Scot Drakula + Banoffee – The Workers Club (28.11.12)

December 4, 2012

Walking into The Workers Club at 9:30 on a Friday evening doesn’t seem to be the right time to enjoy a band, and I can only guess that this was the reason why we see bAnofee performing to a crowd of about four people. This is a damned shame, because her striking vocals reverberated around […]

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