Parquet Courts

London Grammar, The Avalanches, Violent Soho & more join Childish Gambino for the 2016 Falls Festival!

August 23, 2016

Following on from this morning’s announcement that London Grammar would be joining Childish Gambino on this year’s Falls Festival tour, the festival organisers have continued to make our Tuesday by following through with a stack of international and local names set to hit festival sites in Lorne, Byron and Marion Bay and of course for its first year, Fremantle, […]

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

June 22, 2016

Our ICYMI series continues this week, as we take a look back at the music videos we vibed on throughout February this year. From Troye Sivan‘s “Youth” to Violent Soho‘s “Viceroy” and Bullet For My Valentine‘s “Worthless”, the second month of 2016 saw some big hitters drop impressive visuals. Hit play on the below and take a look/listen! Playlist Troye […]

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Album News Weekly: 8th April 2016

April 8, 2016

In This Issue: Another fresh week of releases coming out today with the latest from M83 and The Dandy Warhols as well as plenty of tracks coming out of Canada and abroad alike. Check out some sweet album covers and even sweeter tunes! M83 M83, aka Anthony Gonzalez, announces the details of his forthcoming full-length […]

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Album Review: Parquet Courts – Human Performance (2016 LP)

March 4, 2016

Parquet Courts are like that crush you had in high school – they’re smarter, cooler, funnier and more interesting than you and all you can really do is bow down to them and hope their cred will rub off on you. They’ve had a career that would make any discerning punk rock fan blush and […]

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Music Video of the Day: Parquet Courts “Dust” (2016)

February 9, 2016

Some brand new Parquet Courts visuals  are here! The band recently released their official music video for “Dust”, taken from their new album Human Performance, a record that stands to feature possibly some of their most open and emotional material yet. “Dust”, on the surface, is a pretty clear cut tune – dust is indeed everywhere […]

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