One last time round the country, before starting work on their next album.
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
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The 2015 lineup has been announced for the Australia Day Weekend Fundraiser Shows, and it is a cracker. The Reverence Hotel and The Corner Hotel in Melbourne will feature the likes of punk veterans Frenzal Rhomb, the sweet soul of Saskwatch, and local rock favourites The Smith Street Band. Now in its fifth year, the
The 10th Coopers Australian Music Prize (AMP) longlist continues to brim with Australian talent as even more local artists including The Amity Affliction, Jane Tyrrell and Joelistics go in the running to win the $30,000 prize donated by PPCA. The Amity Affliction, who recently announced their split with Guitarist Troy Brady mid-tour, have been nominated
Today’s Tour Guide features some of the countries hardest working and most eclectic outfits, including a headlining tour from Sydney MC Joelistics and an EP and tour from Brisbane duo The Ninjas. Victorian outfit The Murlocs have announced they will support mates King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard on tour and 60s-influenced rock outfit Burn
Sydney MC Joel Ma first hit the scene as a member of Melbourne-based hip-hop crew TZU, turning out phrases under the moniker Joelistics. Continuing to wow audiences with his ability to meld Australian narratives with funk inspired beats, Joelistics’s latest single Say I’m Good is getting its video premiere right here on Music Feeds. The
Elefant Traks, the legendary Aussie hip hop label is celebrating 15 years worth of glorious business, which has seen them unleash the talents of Urthboy, Horrorshow, Mista Savona and Hemitude (just to name a few) on to the national and global stages, and of course they’re doing it in style. Taking place over two nights,
Melbourne duo, Diafrix, released their latest single, Running It, today. The indie/hiphop/drum-and-bass genre mashers have an LP scheduled for release mid 2012, after 2011 catapulted them into the public eye and saw them play at the legendary Glastonbury Festival. Diafrix, along with Joelistics, also announced their ‘Running to Shine’ national tour today, which kicks off