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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #113: The Living End

After lunch is “rock ‘n roll o’clock” for Living End drummer Andy Strachan, who took the morning to drop the kids off at school and the folks at the airport before getting down to business with Music Feeds.
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Alt-J: “It Might Sound Ridiculous But We’re Just Normal People”

It’s easy to forget that English ‘intelligent’ rock band alt-J are still relative newcomers to the world stage.
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Many Things: “We Approach Our Live Shows Like A Celebration”

It’s been some time since Australian fans have had their Michael Tomlinson fix, after indie rock favourites, Yves Klein Blue, which he fronted, called it a day back in 2010.
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How Gough Whitlam Changed Australia’s Music Landscape

He gave us Triple J, and that’s just the start.

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Patrick Carney On What Defines The Black Keys

If someone asked you to list all of the hallmarks that make a Black Keys songs, it wouldn’t be much of a struggle.
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What Even Is A Blurst Of Times?

If you’re a fan of guitars and food, life’s staples, you’re no doubt excited, as are we, about Brisbane’s impending Blurst Of Times festival, set to venture down south for the first time this year to Sydney and Melbourne for the event’s sophomore instalment.
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Northlane Have Found Their New Frontman, And It’s One Of These Guys

It has been just over one month since Sydney metalcore favourites Northlane announced the departure of vocalist Adrian Fitipaldes along with the news that they were opening up auditions for potential new frontmen.
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Quench Your Thirst With Hamjam’s New EP

Perth’s hazy pop rock outfit Hamjam have just released their self-titled debut EP, and we’ve just premiered the clip for new track Love.
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A Photographic Tour Down Memory Lane With The Meanies

Australian punk rock stalwarts The Meanies have this year approached a rare milestone in the world of music, celebrating 25 years of existence in which time they have weathered many a storm to still be not only around but hungrier now than ever before.
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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #110: Ministry

It’s been a long time between drinks for Australia and Ministry, but speaking to the band’s legendary frontman, Al Jourgensen, he still has fond memories of our fair land.
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The Kooks: “Everyone’s In A Good Place. That Is A New Thing For Us”

If you’re a fan of British band The Kooks then you’re undoubtedly well aware of the change in direction the Brighton boys have taken on their newly released fourth studio album, Listen.