His first guests are from Friendlyjordies, Dappled Cities and Art Vs Science.
Happy 420 day, m8s.
He’s back to funk shit up.
Cheers to that!
Adelaide rockers Grenadiers have taken to the triple j studios to knock out a blistering cover of the Bluejuice classic Vitriol, as part of the broadcaster’s weekly covers segment Like A Version. Grenadiers’ take on the bouncing rhythms of Vitriol (below) saw the three-piece drench the song in their raw punk rock style and smash
triple j have released a short film, of sorts, detailing a top-secret meeting which took place between Breakfast hosts Matt Okine and Alex Dyson, and 40 notable triple j acts including the likes of Lorde, Skrillex and Diplo, to write “the ultimate triple j Hottest 100 song”. The clip shows the unlikely bunch, which also
Today marked triple j’s final Like A Version for 2014 and to farewell the beloved segment for another year, beloved homegrown act Bluejuice, who are about to play their final shows as a band, stopped by the studio to finish off the year in style with a cover of Boyz II Men’s 1992 Grammy winning
Just days after new footage surfaced of 360 shaming two brawling punters during an Adelaide show last month, a video has now surfaced (via FasterLouder) of Bluejuice frontman Jake Stone lambasting two “meatheads” during a Melbourne show after the singer caught them in the middle of an altercation near the stage. The incident occurred during
Boutique music festivals are a plenty this year and now there’s another to add to your party calendar. The brand new Drop In festival will take place in sunny Queensland this November and has already sured up a handful of homegrown favourites to perform. The inaugural Drop In lineup features recently reformed The Beautiful Girls,
Despite previously stating that Bluejuice‘s dissolution was spurred by a desire to go out “on a high note”, frontman Jake Stone has insisted he doesn’t want the band to end. Speaking in a recent interview, the irreverent frontman revealed that it was the decision of fellow vocalist Stav Yiannoukas to end the group. “It wasn’t
Bluejuice are making sure that their currently-touring Retrospectable Farewell Tour sends them off in style, and they’ve employed some buddies to support them along the way. Those friends include none other than Thelma Plum, The Aston Shuffle, Tyler Touche, Tkay Maizda, Deep Sea Arcade and The Love Junkies, and that list may even expand. Adelaide
The announcement of Bluejuice‘s dissolution was sad news to music fans nationwide, but now you can see to it the band go out on top. Before the Sydney rockers make their egress, they wanna see their Retrospectable greatest hits album scale its way to the top of the charts on its 26th September release. “For
The news that Bluejuice, one of Australia’s most beloved and irreverent homegrown bands, would be breaking up at the end of 2014 came as a shock to many Aussie music lovers. To help us cope a little better, Music Feeds caught up with singer Stavros Yiannoukas and got the inside story. “Our manager had a
After this morning’s Falls Festival 2014 lineup announcement, the official lineup for Southbound 2015 has now been announced, with big-name acts such as alt-J, Milky Chance, Jamie XX, SBTRKT and Glass Animals set to bring in the new year in style at the West Australian festival in Busselton this January. Southbound 2015 will be UK
Alt-J, Röyksopp & Robyn & more!
The response to Bluejuice‘s recent Farewell Tour announcement has been overwhelming, with fans eager to see the quirky Sydney act do their thing one more time before calling it quits. Giving fans another chance, the band have added extra dates in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, as well as a new North Queensland leg and some
Bluejuice are officially calling it quits at the end of 2014. The ever-so-quirky Sydney group have announced a new single, a greatest hits compilation and the national Retrospectable farewell tour to celebrate their 13 years together. Speaking with triple j‘s Matt Okine and Alex Dyson, Bluejuice’s Jake Stone and Stavros Yiannoukas said that the time
Remember the good times
Sia leads the list of winners in this year’s APRA Music Awards, making history as the first artist to win the coveted Songwriter Of The Year award two years running. APRA AMCOS announced the winners, who also included Vance Joy and Lorde, at their annual marquee event in Brisbane overnight, as they celebrated Australian songwriting
“That’s some fine detective work, Soundcloud”