Having taken you under the hood of what drives creative minds like The Temper Trap, Angus Stone, The Delta Riggs, and Liam Finn, Corona Extra decided to set themselves the tough challenge of uncovering the common threads that link creative souls in different fields. Hint: it’s beer. To complete their mission, Corona Extra assembled a
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Corona Extra, who took you into the creative minds of The Temper Trap, Angus Stone, and The Delta Riggs, have loaded into a van and put their latest Artist Residency on the road by sending Hanni El Khatib cruising through Mexico with a crew of fellow creatives, surfers, and skaters. Joining Hanni on his travelling
New Zealand by way of Australia singer-songwriter and son of Australian music nobility, Liam Finn recently dropped by Corona’s La Casa retreat to take up an Artist Residency, during which the former Betchadupa member allowed stir craziness to overcome him while laying down some tracks. “This has been my first time just hanging out on
New York-based indie rock duo MS MR, made up of vocalist Lizzy Plapinger and producer Max Hershenow, recently stopped by Corona’s La Casa retreat for an Artist Residency, amidst a hectic tour schedule, to discuss the genesis of the band and a few details about their next record. “We’re excited to start writing again for
Corona are helping you escape the daily grind on every front imaginable including digital with the launch of their brand-new Corona Extra Website. Corona estimate that visiting their dynamic new site for just five minutes a day will improve your life by at least 53% (results may vary). The site will play host to a
Melburnian rock outfit The Delta Riggs have released footage of their stay at La Casa where they began the writing process for their latest single America, as well as announcing a bunch of tour dates in the process. “We really wear our hearts on our sleeves when it comes to the music we enjoy playing,”
To celebrate Kelly Slater‘s recent win in the Volcom Fiji Pro at Cloudbreak, La Casa has posted a tune written and performed by the world’s number 1 surfer called So Long Ago, which was recorded alongside Australia’s own Angus Stone. You can also see how the track came together in the video below. So Long
Currently holed up in the La Casa in-house studios in Byron Bay with Frank Ocean’s Channel ORANGE producer Malay (no biggie), The Temper Trap are chipping away at the block that is their third studio album. Popping their head up for just a moment, the band have featured in a clip documenting their progress so
La Casa Artist Residency is fast becoming the place to be for creatives with a need to get away from it all. Already the digs have housed the likes of Goons Of Doom, Donavon Frankenreiter, Alpine and photographer Ryan Heywood, not to mention the small crowd of artists who stopped by for a cheeky surf.
Who is Ryan Heywood, you ask? Well, he’s more than just a dude in desperate need of a haircut, and the latest episode of La Casa Artist Residency proves just that. This short but cool clip allows us access into the inner workings of Heywood’s mind as he continues to explore his life passion of
The summer vibes are still pumping from the team at La Casa Artist Residency, as evident in the latest video released from the oasis documenting the 1st Annual Corona Party Wave Invitational. Many people will be familiar with the idea of a party wave, but put $1,000 on the line and things get way more
The Goons of Doom have checked in from Corona’s own utopia, better known as La Casa. While crashing at the brand new digs, the band have been hard at it with all the musical equipment at their disposal – much to the delight of fans. But they have also found themselves caught up in a
Is there anyone more chill than the iconic surfer singer-songwriter Donavon Frankenreiter? I’m sure that if there is, none of us want to know about them. A regular feature on the Australian touring circuit, Donavon will be returning to Australia in the coming weeks thanks to the La Casa team, bringing with him a swag
Donavon Frankenreiter is headed back to Australia courtesy of Corona Extra and La Casa Artist Residency. Playing a massive string of shows around the nation, often more than once on the same date, Frankenreiter’s positive tunes are sure to spread good vibes across the country. After a successful series of packed-out gigs at the beginning
Corona Extra have unveiled their latest enticing campaign. On Mexico Time takes you through the streets and on the roads and beaches of Mexico as we follow a group of friends hitting every break from Baja to the Caribbean and Pacific Coasts.
Offering an online haven for all those creatively inclined, La Casa Artist Residency offers a platform for artists quite unlike anything else.