On the same day as his TV series premiere.
Feat. a bunch of special guests.
‘Kiss From A Sandstorm’ was truly majestic.
Hold on to your little lunch.
Accompanied by five up-and-coming female DJs across 17 huge dates
Big Scary, DMA’s, The Living End, Ball Park Music, Tkay Maidza and many more.
The Nothing But Air tour will kick off in May.
Two Aussie gems together at last.
Each Friday the Music Feeds team share the tunes they’ve been frothing on this week to give you the ultimate weekend playlist. It’s Music Feeds Faves time. Minor Victories – A Hundred Ropes Slowdive’s Rachel Goswell, Editors’ Justin Lockey, Mogwai’s Stuart Braithwaite and filmmaker James Lockey of Hand Held Cine Club just announced their debut album
With a whole host of local talent, the festival held in the shade of one of our biggest faux fruits looks to be living up to its namesake.
What’s more, a stack of them are free.
The Hills Are Alive with the sound of rising Aussie talent.
“I didn’t feel great reading that list of people”
Troye Sivan, KLP, Tuka, 5 Seconds Of Summer, Birds of Tokyo and more.
Coming to a venue near you, next March.
Each week the Music Feeds team hunt down their favourite new tunes, bundle them up in some (often highly legible) words and bring them to you. It’s Music Feeds Faves. GL – Number One Get. Into. The. Groove. Because Melbourne duo GL have gathered up all those residual 1980s Madonna vibes and packaged them together
Happy campers heading to this year’s Splendour In The Grass festival will be able to pop the cork early, thanks to the return of the Red Bull Music Academy’s official pre-party. The shindig will push the play button the night before the sold-out festival officially kicks off, dishing up a fresh batch of first-rate electronic
Bouncing onto stage in fringed skirt and leather jacket, singer and DJ KLP delivered an intensely energetic set at the Newtown Social Club. Bubbly and friendly, she chatted candidly between numbers, explaining the stories that came with each of her songs. Not wasting a moment warming up or finding her groove, KLP went full-on right
After a successful run last year, the University of Technology Sydney have announced the return of their annual music festival, Winterfest, and today organisers have announced the festival’s 2015 lineup. Sydney’s Andy Bull leads the esteemed pack and he will be showcasing cuts from his 2014 album Sea Of Approval. He will be joined by