“I pretty much stole pretty much every drum fill I do from this record”
Tap into your inner love God.
At First Sight returns to Sydney’s Carriageworks this month for a day of pop up record stalls, live music and more, and to gee us all up for the, no doubt killer day of tunes and vinyl-hunting we got the artists to tell us what album they’d take with them, on a one-way mission to
The 2016 Sydney Festival program has been released into the wild, boasting a healthy serving of music from acts like The Flaming Lips, Dirty Three and Joanna Newsom. Psych-rock icons The Flaming Lips are headlining Sydney Festival’s free and all-ages 2016 launch party as part of Summer Sounds in The Domain, in a show which
Next month Australia’s music types will descend upon Bris Vegas for BIGSOUND 2015, the country’s biggest annual industry conference and artist showcase. And to help twist the top off this year’s event, indie record labels Rice Is Nice and Spunk Records are hosting an official pre-party with FREE BEER. Their bonafide box social will take
FBi Radio have revealed the winners of the 2014 FBi Sydney Music Arts & Culture (SMAC) Awards, throwing praise to some of the city’s most highly lauded musicians, performers, artists, foodies, events and tastemakers. This year, the SMAC Awards saw over 50 finalists nominated across 11 categories, with FBi asking the public to vote for
The popular Surry Hills Festival is set for a triumphant 2014 return and organisers have now announced the music lineup for the September 27th event, headed by one-man disco machine Donny Benét and Sydney rock outfit The Laurels. Also making the first lineup announcement are local solo singer-songwriter SpookyLand, electro-pop duo Tales In Space, a
Secret Garden is all set to bring something a little green and a little quirky back to the fringes of Sydney in 2014, with The Rubens, Papa Vs Pretty and The Trouble with Templeton heading up the boutique festival favourite’s first lineup announcement of the bands and DJs set to rock your world come February.
The champagne is cheap but plentiful, the lighting dim with the air smelling faintly of musk as I sit down to a plate of antipasto with Donny Benet. We’re surrounded by a mixture of suited industry types and barely dressed women in their late thirties who fill his modest suite at the Intercontinental Hotel in
Indeed it would seem that Donny Benet is proving as popular with audiences as he is with the ladies, the lovelorn one-man disco explosion already embarking on his second national tour of the year, this time in support of Sophisticated Lover, the second single off his debut album and the follow-up to title track Don’t
Following on from his recent year long residency at the Las Vegas Airport Hilton Entertainment Lounge, one man disco explosion and son of famous Italian disco accordionist Antonio Giacomelli Benét Donny Benét has just announced that he will be releasing his synth laden masterpiece Don’t Hold Back on Rice Is Nice this July. In commemorating
One of Sydney’s newest bands to emerge from the murky depths of the city’s creative subconscious, Reckless Vagina have sent the buzz mill flying in their short tenure playing around Sydney, currently getting ready to play their first ever headline show at GoodGod tomorrow the 1st of April. Their oddball pop, rife with synth horns