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8 Gigs You Can’t Miss at the 2018 Leaps and Bounds Music Festival

July 3, 2018

Taking place for its 13th year this month, Melbourne’s Leaps and Bounds Music Festival is bringing some excellent live music to venues throughout the City of Yarra. Supporting an ever thriving music community, Leaps and Bounds is a favourite amongst many; with a stacked program ready to jump into, here are just some of our picks for […]

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King Parrot, Psycroptic, Revocation, Whoretopsy & Black Rheno team up for summer ‘Thrash, Blast and Grind Fest’

November 3, 2016

February will see the debut of the Thrash, Blast and Grind Fest – a delicate summertime romp of a festival touring Australia and New Zealand. If by ‘delicate’, you mean some brutal live sets from some of our best and visiting thrash giants. Announced this week on the line up are King Parrot, US death/thrash giants Revocation, Tasmania’s Psycroptic, Sydney’s Black Rheno […]

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Alexisonfire to headline UNIFY 2017

June 22, 2016

What a day for festival announcements… the huge UNIFY festival has followed up with promises of a massive line up for 2017 today with a line up that’s going to have those who’ve already been able to nab a ticket feeling even more smug today, we bet. For everyone else – game on, come June 24th. […]

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Darren Hanlon, Moses Gunn Collective, Gang of Youths, Mathas included in final AMP album longlist!

January 12, 2016

The 11th Australian Music Prize (AMP) has today announced the final additions to its longlist for its award this year, with 56 albums being given the greenlight by its panel of judges. It’s been a tough process for the judges this year, sorting through the multitude of submissions from Australian artists but as the final […]

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Watch Melbourne band King Parrot fangirl over Kylie Minogue on the ARIA Red Carpet

December 2, 2015

“It’s About Music and Fun. Not Fashion!” ARIA nominees King Parrot stopped to chat with us on the ARIA red carpet, humbled that they’ve been nominated for an award and, besides hoping to meet Kylie Minogue, insist that they’re “pretty much here for the free feed”. They’ve got a few Australian shows lined up for what’s left of the year, then […]

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