Get the tissues.
In honour of the anniversary of Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch’s passing
Just in time for their supporting tour of Violent Soho next week
Because the party doesn’t stop at the festival.
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,
We had a quick chat out of the band’s lead singer & guitarist, Zac Carper
Like any kid that grew up in the ’90s, I have a lingering affection for bratty, immature punk rock. And over the last decade I’ve seen the effects of that nostalgic influence of bands like Blink 182 and NOFX rear its pimply, bleached haired head in a number of fantastic acts – from Wavves, Cloud
LA band FIDLAR are back with a super-meta music video parodying some of the most famous clips of all time, including iconic shots of Devo, Eminem, Jamiroquai, Soundgarden, Green Day and, of course, Britney Spears. FIDLAR’s video for new single 40oz. On Repeat (below), manages to cover a total of 15 famous clips from a
Only on Music Feeds!
The festival gods smiled upon Splendour In The Grass for a third consecutive day, delivering blue skies and warm weather for a pleasant morning. The opening group of bands delivered the tightest choice thus far – a toss up between PVT, The Growl and The Jungle Giants. Seasoned local experimental trio PVT felt like the
TONIGHT after 7:30pm AEST!
Oh, my lord – new stuff from FIDLAR twice in one week! The LA slacker outfit, not content with just bringing you the video for Cocaine, starring Parks & Recreation‘s Nick Offerman, have dropped their killer new track Awkward. The song isn’t entirely new for the quartet, with another version called AWWWKWAARRRDDD, featuring British singer
FIDLAR’s new video for their song Cocaine features the comedic stylings of Parks & Recreation actor Nick Offerman. The very NSFW video is a collaboration between the band, Will Ferrell’s Funny Or Die website and Offerman, best known for playing moustachioed man’s man Ron Swanson. In the video, Offerman is fired from his woodworking job
The last few days have seen a slew of Splendour 2013 sideshows announced and, to be honest, it’s been difficult just keeping track of them all, so here’s the entire bunch of SITG sideshow dates and venues in one easy to consume chunk! Everything Everything, Cold War Kids, James Blake, Haim, FIDLAR, Daughter, Jake Bugg,
Adelaide’s own mini-version of Splendour In The Grass, Spin Off festival, has just dropped its 2013 lineup, with Of Monsters And Men, Passion Pit, FIDLAR and more making their way to the City of Churches. It was already confirmed last week that Icelandic indie folksters Of Monsters And Men would be headlining the proceedings, with
Fuck It Dog, Life’s A Risk, or FIDLAR as they are known amongst civil company, have been the latest Splendour In The Grass feature to announce a run of sideshows, as well as their presence at the Adelaide sister event Spin Off Festival. Compared to some of the other SITG side attractions, FIDLAR’s headlining run
All the bands from this morning’s announcement!
LA skater punk outfit FIDLAR have taken a swing at East Coast enemies Vampire Weekend, labelling the indie act as ‘dicks’ during an interview at SXSW 2013. Speaking with Consequence Of Sound’s Rock It Out Blog, FIDLAR used the platform to air their gripe with Vampire Weekend, which traces back to Japan. As the band
Wavves have recently announced that their American surf rock-pop duo will be coming to Australia sometime in 2013. A few hours ago Wavves posted both on their Twitter account and Facebook page that they’re “very excited to go back to Japan/Australia this year!!! details later”. The band and fans alike are currently awaiting the release
FIDLAR are the freshest punk band out of LA right now. So fresh in fact, that they caught the attention of tastemakers Pitchfork, who landed them a feature and fuelled the kind of hype that money can’t buy. Australia has jumped on board, with the band landing the coveted triple j Feature Album for the