The Laneway 2016 floodgates are open and a torrent of sideshows has come gushing out. Those who can’t make next February’s Australia-straddling festival (or just want to catch a bit of extra action on the side from their fave acts) can now do just that, with sideshows announced from the likes of CHVRCHES, Majical Cloudz
If you’re busy spinning Beach House‘s fifth album Depression Cherry in preparation for Laneway Festival, you’re going to have a new one to brush up on next week. Depression Cherry was ony released in August but the Baltimore duo have taken to Twitter to announce that their sixth LP Thank Your Lucky Stars will be
UPDATE 14/09/16: The 2017 Laneway Festival lineup has now been announced. ORIGINAL STORY: Your official Laneway Festival 2016 lineup announcement has arrived, with the likes of Grimes, Flume, CHVRCHES, Beach House and Violent Soho set to take the stage at next year’s event. Other acts announced on the festival lineup include Fidlar, Big Scary, DMAs,
Rage have dropped their annual list of the year’s most popular videos, as voted for by the public. Aussie talent reigned supreme with Perth’s own Birds Of Tokyo taking out the number one spot with their video for Lanterns, beating out the likes of Lorde, Arctic Monkeys, and Beach House. Kiwi songstress Lorde, whose hit
Beach House have released the official video for their latest single, Wishes. Taken from the dream pop duo’s 2012 album Bloom, the new single is adrift in blissful synths and plays with Beach House’s signature weightlessness. As for the clip, the music video was directed by Eric Wareheim, of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great
Sydney’s loved-up community station FBi Radio has pulled back the sheet, revealing the 100 most played artists of 2012. Following in the footsteps of ARIA and triple j, who have released similar lists, FBi’s collection stands alone from the other two, strongly reflecting the tastes of their listenership as well as their unwavering dedication to
The sultry summer breeze of a year gone past blew a generous crowd into the Enmore Theatre for the performance of American dream-pop band, Beach House. Intimate and air-conditioned, the Enmore Road showhouse provided the perfect venue for the American duo to ease in another year, beginning with an honest and emotional supporting set by
Baltimore chillwave duo Alex Scally and Victoria Legrand, more commonly referred to as Beach House, have announced a series of headline theatre shows that the pair will embark on while in town for Falls Festival 2012/2013. Beach House will be returning to our shores in support of their fourth album, Bloom.
Beach Houses’ fourth studio album Bloom hit shelves May 11 this year through Inertia, and today the band has debuted the clip for Lazuli, the second track to be released from the album.
American indie duo Beach House have posted an informal statement on their Facebook page regarding a British Volkswagen advertisement that used music eerily similar to their song Take Care.
Bloom is the long-awaited fourth album by Baltimore-based duo, Beach House. It has been more than two years since the band released their last album Teen Dream and, needless to say, it doesn’t disappoint. Willowy vocalist Victoria Legrand’s angelic and raspy harmonisation is alluring and soothing. Backed by guitarist Alex Scally, Bloom is full of
Baltimore duo Beach House have revealed the album cover for their next release Bloom. A new track from the album titled Myth was revealed last week along with the confirmation of the album after its details were originally revealed without any word from label Sub-Pop. The new album will have 10 tracks (below), and is
Baltimore duo Beach House have released a new track from their upcoming new album Bloom. The track called Myth was revealed along with the confirmation of the new album after its details were originally revealed without any word from label Sub-Pop. The new album will have 10 tracks (below), and is the follow-up to the
Baltimore duo Beach House will be releasing the follow-up to popular 2010 release Teen Dreams on May 15th via Sub Pop. The new album will be called Bloom, and will have 10 tracks (see below). So far label Sub Pop has not confirmed it, but at the same time they haven’t denied it either. Two