Melbourne producer Muscles has cancelled his I Believe In Unicorns national tour after announcing it less than two weeks ago. And no, ice cream is not gonna save the day. Muscles, who was set to play shows in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth this August, has taken to Facebook this evening to tell fans, “Unfortunately
He’s been away from the scene for a while but Melbourne producer Muscles is finally returning, announcing a short headline tour of Australia this August. Muscles unleashed his banging new track Unicorns last month and he’s named the four-date tour “I Believe In Unicorns” after that single. He was also announced on the huge lineup
Sydney beatmaker Kilter and future-folk artist Ngaiire have taken to the triple j studios this morning for a soulful cover of Muscles‘ fun-loving 2007 hit, Ice Cream, as part of the broadcaster’s Live A Version covers segment. Flexing their musical muscles (pun very much intended), Kilter and Ngaiire paired slow-swelling synths with electronic percussion, guitar
Three of Australia’s coolest acts have lent their talents to breathe new life into tracks from one of the coolest TV shows to hit our screens in recent years. Triple j favourites Thundamentals, Muscles and DZ Deathrays have done new versions of various tracks that were made famous in Chris Lilley’s hit 2007 mocumentary series
In celebration of the 30th anniversary since Icehouse’s Great Southern Land hit the airwaves, Tourism Australia has invited a small crowd of buzzworthy Australian artists to breathe new life into the unofficial anthem.
Muscles has gained a rep as one of the most energetic and contagious live acts both in the club, and also at the festivals. Having recently dropped his latest album, Muscles has now debuted his new music video.
Producer, songwriter and dance floor filler one-man-show Muscles is back with a new record, a new tour and a new mixtape for your downloadable, listening pleasure.
Five years since the release of Guns Babes Lemonade, Muscles is back with his second album, titled Manhood. This album is promised to be less pop than his debut, and is being released through Modular, home to other Australian dance/electro artists, including Cut Copy, Sneaky Sound System and The Presets. Manhood is described as a
Muscles has a straight-to-the-point message for those who are curious about his upcoming second album – don’t expect Guns, Babes and Lemonade Part 2. But then again, when it’s taken you five years to churn out a follow-up to your debut, you’d be kind of expecting it to sound a tad diffferent, right? “It’s been
Muscles has announced that his new record Manhood will be released on June 15, 2012 via Modular.
3630 is the postcode of a small town in Victoria called Shepparton. 3630 festival is the first festival named after a postcode I’ve heard of but the line-up is looking pretty awesome.
Having kept a low profile of late, our favourite ice cream enthusiast Muscles returns with a national tour in support of his forthcoming EP of the same name, playing shows across the country throughout November and early December.