Forget the flower headbands and put the gun show on hold – Come Together Day 1 is all about your sneaker and sweater game. When hoodies count as occasion wear you know you’re at a hip-hop festival. And when Vodka Cruisers are competing with Vodka Red Bulls for highest selling beverage you know it’s a
The Pilbara’s North West Festival is back for another year, and has dropped an impressive lineup featuring Birds Of Tokyo, Peking Duk, Angus & Julia Stone, Drapht, Seth Sentry, British India, The Preatures and more. Other acts set to perform at the Western Australian event this August include singer-songwriter, Clare Bowditch, New Zealand musician Tiki
Usually the realm of sneaky nudes sent after one too many bevs and Drake trying to pick up porn stars, Instagram direct messages, it turns out, can also be used to conduct an insightful, hilarious and unexpectedly deep interview between Australian hip-hop contemporaries. Which is exactly what we did with 360 and his current tour
The 2015 Come Together Festival lineup is here, bringing an all-Aussie roster of hip hop and indie including the likes of rapper Seth Sentry, Sydney trio Thundamentals, Horrorshow, festival favourites Ball Park Music and Brisbane four-piece The Jungle Giants. Other acts on this year’s Come Together lineup (below) include Remi, SAFIA, Elizabeth Rose, Montaigne and
Perth’s biggest drug, smoke and alcohol-free all-ages festival, HyperFest, has announced the lineup for this year’s event, featuring Melbourne hip hop artist Illy as the headline act and WA locals including electronic duo Slumberjack, rising star Coin Banks and kings of heaviness Make Them Suffer. The festival is focused on upcoming Australian artists, and has
360 has announced the names of the acts he has hand-selected to support him on the road for his upcoming 16-date Utopia regional tour, running across the country throughout January next year. Joining 360 as main supports on all dates is Perth rapper and J Award nominee Coin Banks who topped off an epic 2014
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West Australian Music Festival has revealed its first round of announcements for this year’s event, and there’s a whole butt-load of ’em. In addition to the usual music awards and conference speakers, WAM Festival 2014 will be introducing a Block Party headed by Perth band The Love Junkies. WAM Festival 2014 will get underway on