The Kite String Tangle

Splendour Interview: Woodes (Australia) talks evolving her live show for “Change My Mind” & her favourite music

August 2, 2018

In our final interview from Splendour in the Grass 2018, we sit down with acclaimed Townsville artist Woodes, who is just about to hit the road on a tour in support of her latest single “Change My Mind”. We talk about the track, her experiences touring with City Calm Down and how her live show […]

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Festival Photos: The Aussie BBQ ft. All Our Exes Live in Texas, Ecca Vandal & more – Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London (20.05.18)

May 28, 2018

The back room of the Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen generated some serious heat for The Aussie BBQ this year, with the likes of Caiti Baker, Ecca Vandal and The Kite String Tangle among those who dominated. In the front room also, All Our Exes Live in Texas and Haiku Hands took charge… check out the pics from Dawn Chua below! [print_gllr […]

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Jeremy Neale wins Song of the Year at the 2018 Queensland Music Awards

May 15, 2018

It was Queensland music’s night of nights overnight, with the 2018 Queensland Music Awards taking place at the Royal International Convention Centre at the Brisbane Showgrounds. A sold out event this year, the QMA’s saw Jeremy Neale take Song of the Year for “Dancin’ & Romancin’”, while The Jungle Giants‘ Quiet Ferocity was named Album of the Year. Perhaps […]

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8 acts not to miss at The Great Escape 2018 in Brighton

May 13, 2018

The Great Escape kicks off in Brighton, UK, this Thursday, and once again it’s a year jam packed full of incredible music from the UK, Europe, North America, Asia, Australia and everywhere in between. It truly is the event for international tastemakers to get their first taste of the biggest up-and-coming acts the world. And […]

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The Kite String Tangle surprises with mini-album, The Kite String Tangle Presents: In a Desperate Moment

April 6, 2018

The Kite String Tangle doesn’t do things by halves, oh no. The QLD producer and songwriter has been busy preparing for some highly anticipated shows with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra for the Wave Festival, not to mention a swag of international shows but still, Danny Harley has managed to come through and end his week with a new […]

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Festival Destinations: Primavera Sound – May & June 2018

February 16, 2018

There’s no denying that the 18th edition of Primavera Sound is going to be one to remember. If you’ve had the chance to suss out their signature line-up, you’ll know it features huge artists who are set to bring their insane live sets to Barcelona this May and June; and if you haven’t yet, head […]

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Seven Aussie artists line up to play Primavera Sound in Barcelona and Portgual

February 9, 2018

In mere months, Primavera Sound Festival will return to Barcelona for its eighteenth edition from May 30th to June 3rd. Scheduling a lineup across a wide range of genres, we’ll hear from the likes of Arctic Monkeys, The National, Bjork, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, CHVRCHES, Father John Misty, The Breeders, A$AP Rocky and […]

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Festival Photos: FOMO By Night – Festival Hall, Melbourne (11.01.18)

January 12, 2018

FOMO By Night hit Melbourne’s CBD on Thursday, with the likes of Kaytranada, Post Malone, SZA, The Kite String Tangle and more coming to Festival Hall. Photos by Michelle Grace Hunder. [print_gllr id=50983] ———- This content has recently been ported from its original home on The AU Review: Music and may have formatting errors – images may not be […]

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The 40 Best Albums of 2017

December 22, 2017

This week, we brought you an end of year list detailing some special Australian albums released this year, the Top 20 in fact, that have made their mark. With Gang of Youths‘ Go Farther in Lightness taking the Number One spot, and the likes of Jen Cloher, Ecca Vandal, Winston Surfshirt and more also featuring prominently, we revisited some of […]

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The 4th annual AU Awards returns for 2017, with Meg Mac, Mallrat & more nominated

December 12, 2017

Returning again to cap off what has been another fantastic year of Australian music, the 4th annual AU Awards are announced this afternoon, recognising what this year has brought some of our favourites (emerging and well established). Whether it be the recent rise of West Thebarton to the juggernaut that Gang of Youths has become in 2017, […]

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Paul Kelly & Gang of Youths lead 2017 ARIA Award nominations

October 10, 2017

Aaaand the countdown to the 2017 ARIA Awards is officially on, with not only the full list of nominees announced in Sydney today, but also the winners of the Fine Arts, Artisan and Comedy categories revealed too. Statistically speaking, 2017 is Paul Kelly and Gang of Youths‘ year, with both artists striking out against the pack with Kelly […]

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SZA to make her Australian debut as part of next year’s FOMO Festival

September 4, 2017

The FOMO brand sure is bossing up in becoming an Australian festival to watch, with this afternoon’s announcement for the 2017 run seeing some heavy hitters bound for our shores. Namely, SZA will be making her Australian debut as part of the festival tour, having broken through in 2017 as more than a buzz artist on the Top […]

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Festival Photos: Splendour in the Grass (Day One) – North Byron Parklands, Byron Bay (21.07.17)

July 22, 2017

Day One at Splendour in the Grass brought out big guns early, with the likes of Peking Duk, the xx, Haim and more taking to stages right throughout the gorgeous surrounds of the North Byron Parklands. Photos by Andrew Wade. [print_gllr id=42449] ———- This content has recently been ported from its original home on The AU Review: Music and may have […]

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13 non-headliners that are going to absolutely slay at Splendour ’17

July 20, 2017

Got your Splendour schedule locked in? You might want to leave a few spots open. One of Australia’s biggest and best music festivals is a gold mine when it comes to discovering new music or watching that mid-card act completely own the entire festival and make you wonder why they weren’t top-billed in the first […]

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Interview: The Kite String Tangle dishes on his long-awaited debut self-titled album

July 13, 2017

It’s been a long time coming but finally, Danny Harley aka The Kite String Tangle, will be releasing his debut album to fans and newcomers alike. Officially out today, The Kite String Tangle’s self-titled record has been a labour of love, a challenge and a creative journey for Harley, one he told us more about during a recent […]

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The Kite String Tangle & Airling among names appearing at Little BIGSOUND 2017

June 15, 2017

The full programming for Little BIGSOUND has been released today and when it comes to representing the emerging local scene in Brisbane and the artists who remain at the forefront of exciting as hell music, the conference has definitely got attendees covered. The one day conference returns on July 29th, aimed at 15-25 year olds to […]

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Red Deer Festival’s ‘Space Mission’ for 2017 brings two beloved Australian artists back into orbit

May 30, 2017

This year’s Red Deer Festival returns to Brisbane this October for another surefire blinder of a BYO weekender while also providing a platform for some great emerging, and greatly-missed, Aussie talent to do their thing on this ‘Space Oddity’. Sure, the theme of Red Deer this year may be shooting for the stars but bear in mind, […]

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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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Festival Review: Wonderland – Langley Park, Perth (18.12.15)

December 22, 2015

Perth’s most nomadic festival returned to the city foreshore for the 2015 instalment over the weekend, bringing back previous innovations of the Teepee Village, that super casual boutique vibe and of course some killer artists. Though the weather felt like it was going to be a torturously windy day, the parameters of the festival seemed […]

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