Frontal Lobe Therapy, Meteorite Sickness, Divine Intervention, you can expect all this and more from Dmitri Basil and Cooper Roussel’s wild new clip for Unknown Mortal Orchestra‘s latest single, Can’t Keep Checking My Phone.
Living pickle and finely aged piece of albino leather Keith Richards has lash outed wildly at the music industry again, a change from lashing out wildly at his liver and sense of coherence.
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.
We had a quick chat out of the band's lead singer & guitarist, Zac Carper.
Leaving Sydney’s frosty winter for a warm European summer, MC Tuka made his maiden trip to Europe as one third of hip hop outfit Thundamentals, and captured some of the highlights for Music Feeds.
Oozing a brooding intensity, the new single 'Turpentine' from singer songwriter Deena sees the artist back on radar, ahead of a national tour in late September and October.
The Soundwave 2016 drip feed continues, with Refused becoming the fourth act to be officially locked in for next year’s heavy music spectacular.
South African-born Aussie YouTube star turned pop musician, Troye Sivan, sat down with Music Feeds presenter Luke to chat about his whirlwind journey through the music world.
Melbourne outfit Storm The Sky are set to support Sleeping With Sirens during their upcoming Australian tour, which includes the Florida band’s first Aussie headline shows in over two years.
Best known for her indie-pop project Airling, Brisbane’s Hannah Shepherd has stepped into the triple j studios this morning to throw down a cover of Usher’s U Got It Bad for this week’s Like A Version segment.
Dorky dads are magical, tremendous creatures, and two of the world’s dorkiest — celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and Blur bassist Alex James — have teamed up to embarrass their children by belting out Oasis‘ Wonderwall as part of a DJ set.
Metal masters Black Sabbath are set to return to Australia in April 2016 as part of their The End farewell tour, which will be the band’s final jaunt around the world.
In 2015, the legitimacy of the so-called millennial generation, their musical tastes, their idols, their means of communicating with one another, is a constant discussion point amongst those slightly older cultural crusaders, who are adamant that it is really them who know what’s worthy of our collected attention and respect.
For those not yet familiar with the hilarious animated death metal project featuring Batman as lead singer, it’s called Batmetal.
Kanye West Is The President Of Comedy In New Video Reimagining His VMAs Speech As The Seinfeld Intro
Now it all makes sense.