“The album title is all about reclaiming the term “B*tch” and not accepting it as an insult.”
Ahead of the big Oils reunion.
In a segment of new ABC comedy series ‘DAFUQ’.
Winning the Archibald Prize is hands down the most brag-worthy thing an Aussie portrait artist can achieve their own country. The competition has been running in Australia longer than Dawn Fraser has been swimming in it, and she’s, you know, quite old. Since 1921, the coveted prize has been awarded by the Art Gallery of
The 18-day Darwin Festival will return to Australia’s north this August, and has unveiled an extensive and super-eclectic music lineup featuring the likes of Canberra lads SAFIA, Xavier Rudd & The United Nations, rockers The Drones and Brisbane indie act Holy Holy. Other acts confirmed for this year’s lineup include singer-songwriters Thelma Plum and Abbe
One of Australia’s most respected songwriters, the inimitable Abbe May has returned with her latest release and a gripping accompanying video, titled Perth Girls. The clip is a unique tribute to Robert Palmer‘s oft-imitated and even more often parodied rage-staple, Simply Irresistable. Earlier this year, May released her album, Kiss My Apocalypse, to rave critical
The cats behind triple j’s prestigious J Award have revealed the final list of artists and their albums eligible for Album Of The Year. The competition was already pretty stiff, but with the announcement of the new batch of nominees, shit’s gotten real. Joining the pack will be metalcore heroes Northlane with their impressive album
The Coopers AMP has delivered the first round of finalists vying for the 2013 prize, which comes with bragging rights and $30,000, seeing some of Australia’s most prominent talent recognised, be they up-and-coming, current or legendary. The Australian Music judges have today revealed 6 albums from the year deemed worthy of the recognition – The
It’s not long now until Australia’s music royalty commandeer Melbourne’s Convention & Exhibition Centre for the APRA Awards 2013. Taking place on Monday, 17th June, the ceremony will see the whose who of contemporary Australian music all gathering under one roof with the best of the best selected to present and perform. First, the performers:
Western Australian songstress Abbe May will be bringing her insights to Music Feeds Studio for a live-streamed interview this Friday. The recent month has been a busy one for May who just released her new album Kiss My Apocalypse along with the video for the single Sex Tourette’s. Abbe May’s 2011 full-length offering, Design Desire,
Western Oz songstress Abbe May is now in full motion. This week saw the release of her brand-new record Kiss My Apocalypse opening the flood gates to high praise for the album and its creator. To celebrate the good news, and the great press, May has released the video clip for the third single from
The West has always been a hotbed for talented musicians. It seems like every new artist to emerge comes from W.A. Abbe May has been making music for the last few years, touring extensively throughout Canada and Europe and fine tuning her brand of dirty rock n’ blues.