Aussie hipster record label Modular and its co-owner, Universal Music, are being taken to court for not paying their royalty bills. Specifically, the label’s founder Steve “Pav” Pavlovic is being sued for allegedly ripping off homegrown psych rockers Tame Impala, to the tune of more than 500 large. As News Corp reports, German entertainment behemoth
Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) has hooked up with record label Modular to create the winter festival Dark Mofo. In its inaugural year, Dark Mofo will overrun Hobart from Thursday, 13th June to Sunday, 23rd June. Celebrating music, art and nakedness, Dark Mofo will provide concerts, performance, art exhibitions and a nude
Modular are at it again! From the same people who brought you a Thom Yorke DJ set comes another super secret surprise that won’t be announced until closer to tomorrow night. The Modular party is set to have some international flare, but can you guess who? Much like they did with the Yorke DJ set,
Rumours spreading about a certain guest DJ tonight.
The Vivid LIVE Parties a a series of different themed events all held in The Studio from May 25 – June 2. Today the Sydney Opera House revealed that this years Vivid LIVE Parties will be presented by local labels and music promoters. Over 5 nights Future Classic, Modular, Penny Drop/FBi Radio, Niche Productions and
If you’re needing a new place to get the best out of your recordings, Jay Watson recommends you try recording vocals in the toilet.
Melbourne five piece Architecture In Helsinki are set to be the next horse brought into the Modular stable joining such acts as Tame Impala and Cut Copy on the local Steve Pavlovic led label. Having already burned through several labels over their tree album career, even releasing on their own label Tailem Bend, let’s hope
Following from previous years which saw luminaries like Brian Eno and Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson curate the festival, next year’s Vivid Festival will be curated by none other than Modular People founder Stephen “Pav” Pavlovic. In an announcement released today by Sydney Opera House Head of Contemporary Music, Fergus Linehan, we were told that