They’re going to need a bigger island…
Recorded in LA with a stacked list of producers.
The Living End tackle Chisel, The Delta Riggs cover Tame Impala, San Cisco does Courtney Barnett & more.
Courtney and Kev continue their domination of Aus music.
Less than a month out, two internationals have cancelled and been replaced by two big-name locals.
*Starts Googling flights to Chicago*
Because the only thing more Straya’n than listening to the triple j Hottest 100 on Australia Day is having a punt on the result.
Meg Mac, Jarryd James and Kita Alexander scored a trifecta.
10 acts have been named for one of the biggest musical nights of the year.
2015 is drawing to a close, which means it’s time again for the annual allocation of J Awards, triple j‘s crowning Ausmusic month event, which celebrates the best music being brewed in our own backyard. The broadcaster has just announced the full run of this year’s nominees, with local heavyweights the likes of Courtney Barnett,
Two of this year’s most successful breakout talents Jarryd James and Meg Mac will be joining forces for an alliterative co-headline tour of Australia’s east coast this December. The short tour will see the two young artists take in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, sharing the stage on all three stops with opener Kita Alexander. It’s
Brisbane’s very own chart-climbing singer-songwriter, Jarryd James, has revealed he once gave up on a career in music because of how difficult it is to tour Australia as a rising young artist. Speaking to triple j, James has said that Australia’s dispersed population and the costs involved in touring the country helped to kill his
Three new acts have been added to lineup for Southbound 2016. 19 year-old Irish prodigy Soak, Aussie singer-songwriter Jarryd James and Swedish rapper Elliphant have all thrown their hats in the ring, joining party pals Disclosure, Bloc Party, Foals, Courtney Barnett, Gary Clark Jr, ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic and loads more on next year’s bill. The
The already stacked Falls Festival 2015/2016 lineup has just grown, with more international and local artists joining the summer festival family. Joining team Falls this year will be 19 year-old Irish prodigy Soak, soulful Brisbane singer and songwriter Jarryd James and Swedish reggae-pop maverick Elliphant. They’ll join previously named acts like Bloc Party, Foals, Disclosure,
English indie-rockers The Wombats have taken to the triple j studios to cover Aussie singer-songwriter Jarryd James‘ hit single Do You Remember for Like A Version. Fresh from performing a handful of sideshows around Splendour In The Grass, The Wombats layered guitars over some gritty bass synth for their Do You Remember cover, but stayed
Brisbane muso Jarryd James has followed up his Splendour In The Grass debut with a new single called Regardless, featuring the one and only Julia Stone from brother-sister duo Angus & Julia Stone. Premiered on triple j, Regardless (below) sees the vocals of Stone and James intertwine around a luscious concoction of slow beats, guitars
2015’s breakthrough Australian artist Jarryd James is kicking goals left, right and centre this year and today he’s finally announced the arrival of his much anticipated debut album. Titled Thirty One, the album will be released on 11th September this year. Jarryd James has also shared some info on the album itself. Thirty One was
Owner of the most soothing falsetto in Australia right now, Brisbane muso Jarryd James dropped by the triple j studios this morning to spice up your Friday morning with a super soulful cover of Weezer’s hit Say It Ain’t So. True to form, James imbued the original guitar-driven jam with his aforementioned smooth as silk
No, it’s not Friday morning, and no, a certain youth radio station didn’t just finish their weekly cover segment, but nonetheless we’ve got a slick little Aussie-on-Aussie cover to share with you, this time from another single-letter-based media outlet. Birds of Tokyo have just finished up a run around the country flaunting their new Anchor
Brisbane muso Jarryd James has followed up his hit Do You Remember with another silky smooth single, Give Me Something, a track which he says will feature on a forthcoming debut album. Once again featuring the signature production styles of Lorde, Broods and Daniel Johns collaborator Joel Little, Give Me Something is awash with the