I’M LIKE A BIIIIIIIRD, I’LL ONLY FLY AWAYYY.
Guess who’s back?!
The Aussies lead the charge…
German duo Milky Chance just capped off a busy Australian festival tour including stops at Field Day, Falls Festival, Southbound and their own headlining sideshows, but before jetting off they squeezed in one last performance for triple j, delivering a hypnotic cover of Taylor Swift‘s smash hit Shake It Off for a special early edition
Straight off the back of their appearance at Falls Festival, German duo Milky Chance played their first headlining Aussie show last night, in front of a sold-out crowd at Melbourne’s 170 Russell (formerly Billboard). Falling somewhere in the realm of electro-reggae-soul-funk the pair may very well have created a new mash-up genre with their debut
Wedged in amongst the Sydney metropolis, the Domain was yesterday host to the annual New Year’s Field Day Festival. The stellar line-up delivered on what was a sweaty Sydney Thursday filled with epic performances and staggeringly overpriced drinks. After emerging artists Moon Holiday, Accaddamy and Kilter kicked off at midday, Thundamentals began dropping the first
UPDATE: Triple J’s Hottest 100 is underway! Keep up to date with live updates and milestones here. It’s still over a month until triple j‘s Hottest 100 of 2014 countdown takes place on Australia Day, but online bookmakers are already fuelling debate over which act will top the countdown this year. Melbourne producer Nick Murphy,
German duo Milky Chance made international waves this year with their debut album Sadnecessary, led by the hypnotic lead-single Stolen Dance. Now, before the duo head to Australia for their first ever headline shows and a run of festival dates, they’ve shared an acoustic performance of their song Stunner, which you can view exclusively on
Chart-topping German duo Milky Chance will play their first ever Australian headline sideshows when they hit Melbourne and Sydney in January 2015 while they’re in the country for three summer festivals, starting with Falls Festival, then Field Day and Southbound. Milky Chance will head to Melbourne’s 170 Russell on Tuesday, 6th January and then hit
Alt-J, Danny Brown, SBTRKT, Todd Terje and more!
After this morning’s Falls Festival 2014 lineup announcement, the official lineup for Southbound 2015 has now been announced, with big-name acts such as alt-J, Milky Chance, Jamie XX, SBTRKT and Glass Animals set to bring in the new year in style at the West Australian festival in Busselton this January. Southbound 2015 will be UK
Alt-J, Röyksopp & Robyn & more!
Chart-topping German duo Milky Chance have been making serious waves both at home and Down Under, with their single Stolen Dance soaring up the iTunes chart to steal the Number One spot. Australian fans can now finally feast their ears on the pair’s debut album, Sadnecessary, below. The album came out in the band’s native
Clemens Rehbein, one half of German duo Milky Chance, sounds like he’s just woken up. One can only imagine what his trademark afro-like hair would look like in a bedhead state. But his groggy demeanour dissipates quickly, and suddenly there’s an endearing and charming Rehbein on the other end of the phone, a guy who
German duo Milky Chance say that they’re looking at heading our way early next year to showcase songs from their debut album Sadnecessary. Speaking recently to The Doctor on Triple J Drive, songwriter Clemens Rehbein said the pair are eyeing festivals in January to make their debut. Clemens said fans will be able to hear