Troye Sivan

Troye Sivan adds new shows to upcoming Australian tour in November

After massive hype hinged on Troye Sivan’s recent sets in Europe, it comes as no surprise that a second Sydney show has already been announced for his upcoming Australian tour. The new album Something To Give Each Other has also just been released to rave reviews. The tour kicks off on Tuesday 19th November at…

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Film Review: Trolls Band Together hits the right musical note across its pop-filled family journey

As someone who’s childless and pushing a certain age bracket, on the surface it would seem as if the Trolls films shouldn’t necessarily appeal to me.  But within their candy-coated, unicorn fever dream-like aesthetic are surprisingly well-aimed jokes of maturity and, as an unashamed pop music enthusiast, a far-too-enjoyable soundtrack.  Children will absolutely lap this…

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Interview: Director Walt Dohrn on Trolls Band Together, the NSYNC reunion, and cast improvisation

This holiday season, get ready for an action-packed, all-star, rainbow-colored family reunion like no other as Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake return for the new chapter in DreamWorks Animation’s blockbuster musical franchise: Trolls Band Together. And orchestrating this slew of superstar voices – and perhaps a few boyband members for good measure – is director…

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Troye Sivan’s new EP In A Dream is just one of his many iso-accomplishments

Despite the relentless chaos 2020 has thrown everyone’s way, Troye Sivan manages to mould it to himself and wear it with ease. It comes as no surprise – the 25-year-old megastar has been adapting to walk through open doors his entire life. It’s how he can bill himself as a YouTuber-turned-actor-turned-global-pop-sensation and how we’re only…

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Interview: Tyde Levi (AUS) on “Flying So Far”, touring with Troye Sivan and Hanukkah.

You might have come across Tyde Levi as “Troye Sivan’s younger brother” – a distinguisher synonymously attached to most of Tyde’s work. However, that tagline is quickly becoming irrelevant as he solidifies himself as his own accomplished artist, having released a handful of alt-RnB tracks with a cumulation of over 2 million streams on Spotify. His…

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Photo Gallery: Troye Sivan + Thelma Plum – Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre (18.09.19)

Troye Sivan is making his way around Australia and New Zealand in support of his latest album, Bloom, with support from the incredible Thelma Plum. It’s been three years since Sivan last played in Adelaide and he was met by a crowd who were full of enthusiasm and ready to enjoy the party! Kerrie Geier…

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Why Vanfest sets the bar high for regional festivals

Vanfest has drawn to a close for another year, proving itself as one of the best regional festivals Australia has to offer. Taking place in Forbes, a five-hour drive west of Sydney, the festival is a hike to get to but well worth the effort. This year, the line-up included some of Australia’s finest talent…

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Album Review: Troye Sivan welcomes a new age of Dark Pop in the remarkable Bloom (2018 LP)

With the journey his new release takes, Troye Sivan’s sophomore album Bloom comes to encapsulate and define a new age of dark pop. Released last week, the 10 track record creates a more danceable and synth driven atmosphere with tracks like “Bloom” and “Dance To This” featuring Ariana Grande. But the album does take its moments…

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Troye Sivan has collaborated with Jonsi & Leland for new Australian led movie; get your first taste here

Musically, Aussie pop artist Troye Sivan keeps going from strength to strength, and will soon be releasing his anticipated second record Bloom. But the singer who once appeared as a Young Wolverine hasn’t giving up acting either; he’ll be appearing in Joel Edgerton‘s new film Boy Erased, which also stars the likes of Russell Crowe,…

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Star-studded Bon Iver set and surprise appearances from Troye Sivan & Skrillex the talk of Coachella as Gaga closes Day Two of Weekend Two

When you replicate a lineup of a festival across two weekends, generally there aren’t too many surprises left for punters – especially when that event live streams the first weekend to the world. But Coachella’s diverse lineup proved that they had plenty of tricks up their sleeves with several surprises throughout the day. Arguably biggest of…

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D.D Dumbo & Flume win big at APRA Awards in Sydney overnight

The 2017 APRA Music Awards hit Sydney’s  Convention Centre Grand Ballroom overnight to celebrate the songwriting achievements of some of our best artists and for D.D Dumbo and Flume in particular, the night proved to be extra special. With his acclaimed single “Satan”, D.D Dumbo was awarded the APRA Song of the Year gong. A choice cut from his 2016…

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Troye Sivan on music, marriage equality and being a role model

Troye Sivan‘s recent win at the ARIA awards doesn’t mean he hasn’t remained the humble artist that he has always been. He had a lot to share in a recent interview at the ARIAs about his music, his thoughts of the marriage equality plebiscite in Australia and his thoughts of being a role model to…

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Flight of the Conchords, Flume & Crowded House: the 2016 ARIA Awards go down in Sydney

Australian music’s night of nights was celebrated at one of the main, if not the, Sydney venue largely seen as responsible for the stranglehold and death of the city’s live music culture – The Star. The irony wasn’t lost on many and thanks to Flume in particular, the Keep Sydney Open message of supporting the smaller local…

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Camp Cope, Gang of Youths & Tkay Maidza rack up nominations for the 2016 National Live Music Awards!

The nominees for the National Live Music Awards have been announced around the country today, with 51 categories being unveiled across the board. Winners are to be announced on November 29th at events being run nationally, with both national and state-specific categories being voted on by a judging panel of industry professionals from right around Australia….

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Fine Arts, Best Comedy and Artisan ARIA Award nominees announced!

We’re entering ARIA Award territory for another year, with the first round of nominees (Fine Arts, Artisan and Best Comedy) being announced, the winners to be announced at the official ARIA Nominations Event in Sydney this Wednesday. Already, Flume and The Avalanches have had their latest records recognised across all three artisan categories, an impressive indicator of…

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ICYMI: A look back at our favourite music videos of February 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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2016 APRA Music Awards Wrap: Courtney Barnett, Kevin Parker, Sia & more recognised in Sydney!

Last night, Carriageworks hosted the 2016 APRA Music Awards, where the likes of Courtney Barnett, Kevin Parker, Peking Duk and Sia walked away with awards recognising some stellar songwriting through 2015, while Cold Chisel and songwriter Phil Barton were both acknowledged with special awards commending their work and contribution to the industry both in Australia and abroad. Performances on the night brought some unique highlights…

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The 3rd Annual AU Review SXSW Music Awards!

Another year at SXSW is behind us once more. From March 15th through until March 20th, we’ve seen Australian bands take their international profiles up another notch with impressive showcase performances. We’ve fallen in love with new artists and bands, and old favourites even more. We’ve participated in the classic SXSW traditions of waiting stupidly long in…

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Music Video of the Day: Troye Sivan “Youth” (2016)

Troye Sivan is one of those artists about who there can’t really be much more praised or unearthed. Living in an age of social media, Sivan is possibly one of the perfect examples of the ways in which young musicians can harness the opportunities at hand now with the various platforms available, in forming and cultivating a brand and…

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Bloc Party, Troye Sivan, MSTRKRFT & more to play the Pandora Discovery Den at SXSW!

Pandora have unveiled a good chunk of their 2016 program for the popular Pandora Discovery Den set to put up shop at SXSW this year! An incredibly popular fixture of SXSW Music in 2015, Pandora have once again come through with a diverse range of artists programmed to bring the party over four nights, showcasing…

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Album Review: Troye Sivan – Blue Neighbourhood (2015 LP)

Australia’s sweetheart Troye Sivan has finally unleashed his talents into the stratosphere with his debut record Blue Neighbourhood. Primarily known for his YouTube channel, Sivan is not just another vlogger who earns an income from doing the Chubby Bunny challenge – he has expressed his personal journey into adulthood in a collection of songs that prove the…

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Troye Sivan announces debut headline Australian shows for November!

Probably one of the breakout internet sensations of the last year, Perth’s Troye Sivan has become an international chart topping musician with a fan base enviable of many emerging pop artists at the minute. With his debut album Blue Neighbourhood to be released in December, this young talent will be performing his first ever headline Australian shows next month. Not a…

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