Attention all lovers.
An Aussie singer/songwriter/producer.
Drinking wine, feeling fine.
From Desiigner rapping for Anna Wintour to Metro Boomin performing with Drake.
The third cut from her debut LP.
Not enough girls around for lineups? Yeh that’s some BS right there.
“I’ve always been a little more bold with what I’m doing because I don’t want people to get bored. That’s my fear.”
It might be their most ambitious collaboration yet.
“I’ll be exploring the whole ‘sex money power’ theme in full effect.”
One of the most impressive music lineups the Sunshine Coast has ever seen!
“If the NSW government could have its way, Groovin The Moo would have been attended by a small family of virginal puritans who love playing catch-the-cross and hymn-karaoke.”
Lost Paradise barrels into it’s second year with a sell out event
The inaugural SunSets Festival will hit Fremantle on Saturday, 16th January.
Our organs are struggling painfully with the excitement
The Adelaide MC has teamed with George Maple, What So Not and Baauer for this one.
If your idea of a perfect summer party includes a picturesque island setting, the Australian sun and a host of good music, then you might want to hoist the sails and head out into the ocean blue because the lineup for December’s appropriately named Castaway music festival has just been announced, and let’s just say
Last night marked the sold-out Melbourne leg of MS MR’s Splendour sideshow tour. Openers Tigertown pierce another chilly evening with a sunny disposition. The likeable five-piece do vocal harmonies in a big way; meshing high-octane, riffy punches with soaring, sugary-pop vocals. Armed with blue strobes and disco balls; leather jackets and sequined leggings, Tigertown manage
There’s a reason why George Maple is riding on a wave of success right now. Maybe it’s her blend of seductive, electro R & B vibes that’s becoming this decade’s defining genre (think The Weeknd or FKA twigs). Perhaps it’s because she’s fresh from epic performances at SXSW and Coachella. Or maybe it’s simply because
It’s all too easy to be blinded by the, uh, splendour of all the shiny international acts crammed onto this year’s epic Splendour In The Grass lineup. I mean, Mark Uptown Funkin’ Ronson is gonna be there, not to mention Royal Blood, The Dandy Warhols and Spiritualized giving their only Aussie performances of the tour.
It was easily one of the saddest divorces of the past few years (sit down Gwyneth) when What So Not recently announced that the duo was set to become a one-o, with Harley Streten, aka Flume, leaving the WSN legacy in the more than capable hands of partner in grime Chris Emerson, aka Emoh Instead.