Red Bull Sound Select has your pre-Splendour fun sorted.
You’re gonna wanna hit that Aussie BBQ.
Get ’em while they’re hot.
“It’s awesome to see how humbled and appreciative The Rubens are given their success.”
Thank you Sydney – it’s good to be back!
What’s more, a stack of them are free.
Splendour In The Grass-headliner Florence + The Machine is playing two small sideshows while she’s here and while they’re currently sold out, they have just announced another release of tickets for those who missed out. Tickets for the Sydney and Melbourne shows were originally sold through a ticket ballot which over 40,000 people registered for
After an all-too-brief stint here over the New Year’s festival period, England’s uniquely ‘alt’ indie rockers, alt-J, kicked off their biggest Australian tour yet last night in Brisbane. In an evening that seemed to celebrate delicate and distinct male vocals, it seemed fitting that the soulful-sounding Mansionair would be given the honour of warming up
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.
Icelandic crooner Ásgeir has been announced as the support act for Alt-J‘s forthcoming Australian tour. The singer will support the British band on all five dates of the tour which is due to kick off in Brisbane on Friday, 8th May. Ásgeir is no stranger to Australian shores having graced the stage at Splendour In
Prior to their set at Laneway Festival this weekend, Sydney three piece Mansionair stopped by triple j studio for Like A Version and delivered an ambient, down-tempo cover of one of 2014’s most loved songs Seasons (Waiting On You) by Baltimore’s Future Islands. The Sydney outfit slowed down the Future Islands favourite, which recently nabbed
The seventh year of FBi Radio‘s Sydney Music Arts & Culture (SMAC) Awards is upon us, the Sydney community station unveiling its 2014 nominees. On the music side of things, Caitlin Park, Seekae, Spookyland, Mansionair and Basenji lead all other nominees with two nods apiece. The FBi SMAC awards recognise the outstanding artists, musicians, performers,
Boutique festival Lost Paradise is going all out in its first year, adding 12 more artists to the almost bursting 2014 lineup. 12 new acts have been confirmed, including beat maker Slow Magic, Sydney buzz band Mansionair, Tropical Zombie, and Skegss. For those more inclined to gravitate towards the wheels of steel, plenty of DJ
Four more local acts have been added to the festivities of South by Southwest Music Festival and Conference 2015. Rocking Austin, Texas all Aussie-style will be Mansionair, Hiatus Kaiyote, Gang Of Youths, and Lenka. Sydney indie rock trio Mansionair have gotten plenty of attention and triple j rotation thanks to killer single Hold Me Down.
Their biggest-ever Australian tour!
Sydney’s beloved community radio station FBi has announced its live music venue FBi Social will be closing its doors this November and will be going out with a bang, announcing a final blowout to be held at the venue on Saturday, 1st November. Originally established as a 3 month pop up venue, FBi Social has
Danny Brown, Hermitude and more!