Thanks to the release of definitive Kurt Cobain documentary Montage Of Heck, many of the late grunge legend’s unreleased recordings and lost demos have been unearthed from the vault.
Eminem has written a moving open letter about Tupac calling him a “superstar in every aspect of the word.
Each week the Music Feeds team hunt down their favourite new tunes, bundle them up in some (often highly legible) words and bring them to you.
New Zealand’s annual Rhythm And Vines festival is back in action for 2015, and a whole crop of new acts have joined the party, including US rapper Mac Miller and electronic heavyweights Sub Focus and Nero who’ll both be playing some DJ sets at the NYE festival.
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It’s not even been two weeks since Sydney festival The Plot announced their jam-packed lineup but they’ve already bolstered it, adding triple j Unearthed winner Sampa The Great.
The masked metal masters over at Slipknot are selling replica copies of their own masks less than a month out from Halloween, in an ingenious move for freaky mask marketing.
James Blake has used his radio show on BBC Radio 1 as a platform to debut his tearjerking cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s The Sound Of Silence.
Tame Impala are currently in the US for Austin City Limits before they return back to Oz for a run of headline dates, and while in the country they stopped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert for a disco-tinged performance of The Less I Know The Better.
Dear Sir/Madam, You are cordially invited to take part in the third annual Mountain Sounds festival, taking place on Saturday, 20th February 2016 at its ancestral home of the Mount Penang Parklands in Kariong, NSW.
British indie-rockers The Vaccines arrive in Australia this November to support Mumford & Sons down the east coast, but the band have finally announced a headline show during their upcoming Aussie trip.
Philadelphia based soul-pop musician Son Little has already reached some pretty killer heights in his fledgling career, touring with the likes of Kelis and Mumford & Sons and playing at the huge Bonaroo festival in the states, all before having released an LP.
Influential US psych-rockers The Flaming Lips are the first act to be announced for MONA FOMA 2016 — Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art’s (MONA) Festival of Music and Art (FOMA), or Mofo for short.
Adelaide rocker Bad//Dreems took to the triple j studios this morning delivering a bare-boned rendition of The Weeknd‘s mammoth hit Can’t Feel My Face for the station’s weekly Like A Version segment.
Sugar Mountain‘s full 2016 lineup is set to arrive next week, but one festival act has already announced their spot on the roster, and it’s none other than New York rapper Le1f.