And it’s all free!
It’ll take you riding with the horses.
“A plethora of dabbers, indie kids and fans of cricket memes called the campsite home – the festival felt like a cross-section of the Australian national music psyche. “
BnE’s first Brisbane show in yonks!
“I just started writing furiously and more passionately than I’ve ever written for the last five years”
‘Frankie Sinatra’ gets a swingin’ rework.
A very impressive all-Aussie lineup.
Drapht is hitting the road with his new album.
Back and bigger for its second year
From the Perth MC’s imminent comeback album.
And there’s a release date!
Don’t forget your deck.
And a return to the one-day format.
The Darwin music festival has delivered the goods once again.
There’s something very liberating about screaming, “I am a fuck up, I am a let down” at the top of your lungs. It feels good to shake off the pressure for three minutes or so with an almost-at-capacity Metro Theatre crowd. I mean, we’ve all made mistakes, and let’s be honest, it’s Friday night –
After the success of his ARIA award-winning album The Life of Riley, Perth MC Drapht has made a long awaited return to the Aussie Hip-Hop scene with the seriously catchy single Dancin’ John Doe. We caught up with the Jimmy Recard rapper to chat inspiration behind the new track and upcoming album 7 Mirrors ahead
One of Australia’s most beloved MC’s, Drapht, has just polished off a brand new album. But before he releases it to the masses, he’s decided to take the new material for a spin cross-country as part of a national tour in honour of its first single, Dancin’ John Doe. The Jimmy Recard beatsmith’s new tune
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
Triple j turned the big 4-0 this week and rather than hosting a respectable and intimate dinner party, our national broadcaster decided to throw a massive, public concert at Sydney’s Domain featuring performances from a number of their friends who also happen to be some of Australia’s most loved musicians. Around 25,000 people descended upon