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New Music Discoveries 24th February: Dan Sultan, San Cisco, Chutney and more

February 24, 2023

For the final time this month we have updated our Discovery Playlist on Spotify and Apple Music with ten new tracks, including a song we exclusively premiered earlier in the week. Our Track of the Week is “Story”, the brand new single from Dan Sultan. According to Sultan, “Story” is a piece of work he’s been […]

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Sydney’s new year’s eve a massive success as NYE in the Park puts on its best show to date

January 8, 2023

From all accounts, New Year’s Eve 2022 will go down as one of the biggest in Sydney history. Nothing particularly shocking or unconventional happened, but that pent-up lust for celebration that has remained so tight-packed and anxious during pandemic-sanctioned (and necessary) lockdowns, resulted in some truly spectacular events throughout every corner of Sydney. And Victoria […]

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Wine Machine Review & Photos: Cut Copy, Flight Facilities & more deliver a delicious afternoon in McLaren Vale

December 20, 2022

It couldn’t have been a better day for a music festival. The warm weather was appreciated by all after a slow start to normal summer weather. Serafino winery in the southern McLaren Vale wine country was the perfect venue for an afternoon of music and wine. There was plenty of space to spread a blanket […]

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Photo Gallery: San Cisco + Jaguar Jonze – Enmore Theatre (28.05.21)

May 29, 2021

San Cisco came to Sydney-town last night, as part of their Between You and Me tour. It was a joyous affair, the crowd were up for a good old sing-a-long from the get-go. They were supported by Jaguar Jonze, who well and truly got the party started, singing a few songs off her most recent […]

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Interview: San Cisco on losing teeth, audience reactions and their upcoming tour

May 4, 2021

  In 2020, San Cisco released their strongest album to date, but with travel off the cards, the band was restricted to playing Between You and Me solely around Western Australia. The album debuted at the number five spot on the ARIA Album Charts and features hits such as “Reasons” and “When I Dream” which have […]

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Live Review: San Cisco – Freo Social, Fremantle (14.11.20)

November 16, 2020

It’s only been two months since Fremantle indie-poppers San Cisco released their fourth studio album Between You And Me and for the past fortnight they’ve been making hay while the sun shines with WA’s relaxed restrictions with a series of the shows, the latest on Saturday night at Freo Social. Saturday night’s gig was actually […]

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Interview: San Cisco on Between You and Me, writing happy songs and isolation

September 4, 2020

San Cisco are staples in the Australian music industry – you’d be hard-pressed to find an Aussie music lover who hasn’t come across this three-piece Western Australia band. Their latest full-length album, Between You and Me, follows the recent release of their Flaws EP which housed singles ‘Reasons’, ‘Skin’ and their most vulnerable song to […]

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Album of the Week: San Cisco – Between You and Me (2020 LP)

September 3, 2020

After more than a decade together, San Cisco (Jordi Davieson on vocals and guitar, Scarlett Stevens on drums, and Josh Biondillo on guitar) are now at a point where they know what they are capable of making and very comfortable in doing so. After albums two and three (Gracetown and The Water) left things a […]

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Live Review: Ball Park Music, San Cisco and Ruby Fields deliver four hours of wonderful madness in Canberra

September 24, 2018

Everyone knows these days, “how Australian you are” comes down to how many Ball Park Music concerts you’ve seen. After five albums and a gazillion national tours it’s only fair that this Australian icon makes its way on to our $100 dollar note . Embodying everything we love about Australia and just being an all round […]

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Live Review: Ball Park Music and San Cisco deliver powerhouse performances in Melbourne with Ruby Fields

September 10, 2018

It’s not always that bands manage to get the ideal opener for a tour, but headliners San Cisco and Ball Park Music hit the winning ticket with Ruby Fields. The pocket rocket of a musician had it all for her sadly short opening set, with failed jokes, rocking guitars and her usual Aussie charm. Ruby’s […]

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Photo Gallery: Ball Park Music + San Cisco + Ruby Fields – Festival Hall, Melbourne (07.09.18)

September 10, 2018

Ball Park Music and San Cisco kicked off their two-month national tour in Melbourne on Friday night, accompanied by Ruby Fields. Daniel Hanssen was there and brings back these photos from the electrifying night at Festival Hall. To find out more about the tour, head HERE.

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New touring festival, The Drop, ties together a love of live music and surfing this March & April

February 1, 2018

Jumping in amongst the waves of the Aussie leg of the World Surf League Championship Tour, a new festival makes its debut this March and April in The Drop. Combining live music with surfing, this new touring festival is coming to the shores of Margaret River, Torquay and D’Bah, featuring the likes of SAFIA, Dune Rats and more […]

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Festival Review: No Spilt Milk to cry over in Canberra as Lorde headlines stellar festival event

November 29, 2017

On Saturday, the 25th of November, the Spilt Milk festival brought its A game with the weather, location and acts. Commonwealth Park in Canberra was beautiful with the lush green gardens in the sunshine with everyone’s sunny outfits to match. Starting early was Mallrat looking super cute in a green baby dress with the moves to […]

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Interview: KLP & San Cisco on their experience reworking classic Easybeats material

November 29, 2017

Last Friday, The Easybeats were celebrated on record with the release of a tribut EP entitled REBEAT. Bringing the music of the iconic Australian band into 2017 and the hands of some of the country’s favourite soul, indie and dance/electro artists, the work of the Sydney rock group has been reworked to excellent effect. But what has […]

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The Presets and ScHoolboy Q set to bring Beyond the Valley into the New Year

August 16, 2017

As far as New Year’s festivals go, Beyond the Valley is bringing out the big guns and making itself a proper contender for one of the best going, unveiling their line up for 2017 today. When you see the likes of ScHoolboy Q, The Presets and Stormzy on the top line of the bill, you know it’s going to be great. An […]

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The xx packs the main stage but local acts dominate at Splendour in the Grass Day One

July 22, 2017

The sky is clear, the sun is shining, and a giant replica of Kanye West‘s head is beaming in front of an enormous rainbow. The first full day of Splendour in the Grass 2017 is upon us, packing North Byron Parklands with the kind of life and energy that only comes with one of this […]

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Live Review: San Cisco + APES + Stella Donnelly-Village Green Hotel, Melbourne (10.06.2017)

June 13, 2017

San Cisco have captured Australian audiences with their quirky, bright hooks and unique bouncy sound. Their carefree energy and irresistible charm make them one hell of a fun band to see live, and their set on Saturday night at The Village Green Hotel in Mulgrave was no exception. The night began with Perth based artist […]

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Live Review: San Cisco + Thelma Plum – Enmore Theatre, Sydney (02.06.17)

June 4, 2017

Recently the best former member of One Direction, Harry Styles, came out in support of the strength and undying enthusiasm that young fans have for the artists they like. “Teenage-girl fans – they don’t lie. If they like you, they’re there. They don’t act ‘too cool’. They like you, and they tell you. Which is […]

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Album Review: San Cisco – The Water (2017 LP)

May 18, 2017

The coolest kids on the block and possibly the sweetest kids of the bunch – Western Australian band San Cisco are back with The Water, a serenade of rich insistent pop tunes. Lets dive in. The band began their string of melodic love dedications back in 2010, with their first EP Golden Revolver. Led by storyteller Jordi Davieson on vocals, Scarlett Stevens, Josh Biondillo and Nick Gardner were […]

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Queens of the Stone Age, LCD Soundsystem lead 2017 Splendour in the Grass announcement

March 28, 2017

It’s here. After much speculation and #fakenews, the 2017 Splendour in the Grass line up has been revealed, with Queens of the Stone Age, LCD Soundsystem, The xx, ScHoolboy Q and more set to head to Byron Bay this winter. Splendour exclusives sit with Schoolboy Q and Future Islands, while returning 2016 artists Sigur Ros are also lined up to make a special appearance. The […]

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Matt & Alex commencing final days at triple j with five-date rave tour

November 22, 2016

Yesterday, Matt Okine and Alex Dyson announced that their time as hosts of triple j’s breakfast show would be coming to an end this December; for Dyson, the end of a 10 year-long career at the broadcaster. Okine of course, came on board in 2014 to replace former host Tom Ballard. For both, it’s been years of early mornings, memorable […]

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The State of Affairs: APRA AMCOS and RECOGNISE join forces, a new All Ages Access Grant is created by City of Sydney and MusicNSW & more!

November 18, 2016

This week in the music industry, APRA AMCOS joins forces with the RECOGNISE campaign to raise awareness for the need for change in the Australian constitution, and the City of Sydney partnered up with MusicNSW to create the brand new “All Ages Access Grants” program. APRA AMCOS joins the RECOGNISE campaign Earlier this week, APRA AMCOS announced that they will be joining […]

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Album News Weekly: 28th October 2016

October 28, 2016

This week we’ve got news from camps Jai Wolf, San Cisco and Lewis Cancut – all talented artists finally gifting us with mint new teasers ahead of some highly anticipated releases – plus word from the A$AP Mob and Sydney’s Pepperhead! JAI WOLF Jai has a lot to be grinning about lately; he’s recently signed […]

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Catfish and The Bottlemen, Hermitude, MSTRKRFT, Phantogram & more for Southbound

August 4, 2016

Pack your bags and head West this December, because Southbound has come in hot with a brand new artist announcement for their three day/night festival! Along with some great homegrown talent in San Cisco, Tired Lion, LUMBERJACK and  Kučka, Southbound has dropped the news that some international visitors including Catfish and The Bottlemen, MSTRKRFT, Phantogram and more will also be hitting the stages in […]

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Festival Review: Field Day – The Domain, Sydney (01.01.16)

January 3, 2016

Fuzzy’s Field Day is one of Sydney’s biggest remaining festivals. Held on New Year’s Day, it’s promoted as a day to ease into the New Year with a spot of live music and sunshine. With a fairly solid line-up, made up of several Falls Festival drawcards and a variety of additional acts, Field Day 2016 […]

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A strong Australian contingent announced for Manila’s Wanderland Festival 2016

December 1, 2015

The Wanderland Festival, an annual music and arts festival in Manila has announced their 2016 line-up, which boasts a strong contingent of Australian artists heading over come March 2016. The festival, which will be headlined by Death Cab for Cutie and Bon Iver has grown to become one of the cities most loved live music […]

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Jordi Davieson of San Cisco (Fremantle) talks Gracetown regional tour, creativity and drinking coconuts

October 26, 2015

Fremantle’s iconic San Cisco are at the tail end of a month long regional tour for their sophomore album, Gracetown. Named after a chilled coastal town in Western Australia the record has received extensive praise for its lusciously smooth peanut butter vibes. The indie pop quartet have ripped up the stage on back-to-back Australian and […]

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Tame Impala, San Cisco, Tired Lion among WA Music Awards nominees for 2015!

October 23, 2015

Today has seen some of WA’s best musicians honoured, with the nominations for the 2015 WA Music Awards being revealed again as part of the WAM Festival. Tame Impala leads the charge this year, scoring six  nominations (excluding individual nominations in the Craft Awards), while Pond aren’t too far behind, with five noms to their name. Nominations […]

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Courtney Barnett, Marlon Williams, Briggs & more Woodford-bound this December!

October 19, 2015

The Woodford Folk Festival have delivered a strong line up for their 30th anniversary festival this December, representing a diverse and extremely talented group of musicians set to spend the final days of the year up at Woodfordia. Six days and nights of music sounds like a pretty awesome way to wrap up a year, […]

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Photo Gallery: San Cisco + Gunns + Montaigne – Metro Theatre, Sydney (27.11.14)

November 29, 2014

San Cisco headlined a massive show at the Metro Theatre in Sydney earlier this week, joined by Gunns and Montaigne. Gwendolyn Lee was there and brings us these photos from the night:

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