We’re not worthy!
Here come the memories.
“These songs will make you sing along, cringe along, and relive fashions that, depending on your persuasion, are either fondly remembered or best forgotten.”
\m/ Rage til you puke \m/
Some men just want to watch the world burn.
“It was just like being on the ‘Recovery’ set again.”
Six Unearthed artists will be chosen to make a video for one of their tracks come to life.
A music video by Melbourne rockers TTTDC has reportedly been rejected by ABC music program Rage, due to its very political (but super-entertaining) content. TTTDC released the video for their song Reiterate (below) in February, and, after sending it into Rage in the hope of picking up airtime, the band say the clip has was
Set your alarm clock, stock up on bacon and eggs and get ready to suck up that hangover, because you just got a reason to get up before lunchtime on the weekend. ABC’s Rage has just disentombed the old school countdown segment and it’s bringing it back to Saturday mornings. Many pre-millenials will look back
Continuing their annual tradition, everyone’s favourite 3am TV program, Rage have dropped their annual list of the year’s most popular videos, as voted by the public and not entirely surprisingly Sia’s Chandelier has nabbed the top spot. Chet Faker caps off a hugely successful year with his ode to roller-skating video for Gold being voted
Rage have dropped their annual list of the year’s most popular videos, as voted for by the public. Aussie talent reigned supreme with Perth’s own Birds Of Tokyo taking out the number one spot with their video for Lanterns, beating out the likes of Lorde, Arctic Monkeys, and Beach House. Kiwi songstress Lorde, whose hit
The music industry has once again become a plaything for the pollies in the lead up to the Federal Election, with Deputy Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, Julie Bishop and Adam Bandt – the deputy leaders of Australia’s three major political parties – set to appear as hosts for an special Election edition of rage, expected
ABC’s music programme, Rage, have released the most popular 50 videos of 2011 as voted by the public. The list includes all genres and styles, ranging from LMFAO’s painful singles, Party Rock Anthem and Sexy and I Know It to local hero’s Ball Park Music’s single It’s Nice to Be Alive.