Courtney and Kev continue their domination of Aus music.
Watch a 1,600-strong crowd deliver an unambiguous message.
The Duk boys have put in some studio time with the likes of Elliphant, Julia Stone, Jarryd James and Daniel Johns.
“A high flying ride to adventure!”
Parkway Drive were digging Chvrches, Peking Duk loved Tame Impala and Tkay Maidza was all about Kendrick Lamar.
The Stereosonic main-stagers say enough is enough
We salute you.
10 acts have been named for one of the biggest musical nights of the year.
With New Year’s Eve drawing ever closer, Falls Festival and Southbound Festival have announced some very special additions to their year ending parties, with a whole swathe of artists just announced. Leading the ranks of new additions are The Wombats, the indie rock darlings joining the Southbound and Falls Marion Bay and Byron Bay line-ups,
You’d probably better recognise Matt McGorry as the lovestruck prison guard in Orange Is The New Black but now he’s got another character to add to his resumé – a monobrow and mullet-sporting love god. McGorry plays the character in the video for Peking Duk‘s latest single Say My Name which features the vocals of
The unique friendship between Canberra electronic duo Peking Duk and breakfast TV badass Karl Stefanovic continues to blossom, with the Say My Name tunesmiths issuing a bizarre challenge to the Today host. The mighty Duks, aka Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles, appeared live on Nine’s brekky show this morning to lay down the gauntlet to
Sea ‘N Beats, Australia’s cruise ship festival which will set sail in March 2016, has just bulked up its lineup with an impressive list of new names set to jump onboard. Aussie duo Peking Duk, homegrown rapper Allday and firecracker Tkay Maidza head up the large local contingent which also includes Wave Racer, Cosmo’s Midnight
New Zealanders and travellers alike, your New Years plans just got sorted. The annual Rhythm And Vines festival is back in action for 2015, and packing a killer first lineup announcement. Folk darlings Angus and Julia Stone headline a bill that contains a healthy injection of Aussie talent from the likes of Peking Duk, Pendulum,
If you thought Peking Duk hit the celebrity endorsement jackpot when they got Karl Stefanovic to star in their Stereosonic hype video last year, strap yourself in because it looks like the duo may have just one-upped themselves. Soz Karl. Yep that’s right, Peking Duk have recruited none other than David Hasselhoff, THE HOFF HIMSELF,
US rapper Wiz Khalifa (real name Cameron Jibril Thomaz) and Aussie electronic duo Peking Duk are set to perform at this year’s Optus RockCorps event, which fans can earn free entry to by donating some of their time to charity. Wiz Khalifa’s headline performance at the Optus RockCorps concert will come in the middle of
With Splendour in the Grass swiftly becoming a wonderful, hazy memory and as we return to a sparsely populated Australian winter and await the glory of summer and it’s bevy of musical offerings, we must once again turn our gaze to the northern hemisphere and its ridiculously jam-packed festivals, and luckily for us one of
If you’ve missed out on Splendour In The Grass this year, or just want to relive Peking Duk‘s huge Mix Up Stage headline set, a new 360-degree video of the duo performing their hit single High has made its way online, and it’s super intense. Presented by Telstra, Splendour In The Grass TV’s 360 Peking
UPDATE 15/07/15 Midday: We have now confirmed the legitimacy of the leak. Details here. UPDATE 15/07/15 1:00pm – Stereosonic has released the official lineup. Yes, yes we know we literally JUST pulled your leg with a fake Stereosonic 2015 announcement a couple of hours ago, but we’ve just got our hands on a supposedly legit
Aussie electronic duo Peking Duk have unleashed a brand new banger, dubbed Say My Name (not to be confused with the Destiny’s Child song of the same title). The infectiously singable and lyrically bossy tune features guest vocals from fellow Canberrian Benjamin Joseph, whom the fellas describe as, “A man of mystery, an enigma”. “He’s