“Playing a bunch of tiny, weeny, shmeeny little venues.”
Prepare for some ‘strayan-made turntness.
Shaping up as the biggest FOTSUN to date.
And we mean a real national tour
The dance & hip-hop heavy Super Sundae Fundaze will take over the foreshore next month.
Seth Sentry has undertaken a “purging” of his fan base.
Sha’us ya tips!
Courtney and Tame have cleaned up at the 2015 ARIA Awards
2015 is drawing to a close, which means it’s time again for the annual allocation of J Awards, triple j‘s crowning Ausmusic month event, which celebrates the best music being brewed in our own backyard. The broadcaster has just announced the full run of this year’s nominees, with local heavyweights the likes of Courtney Barnett,
Along with this morning’s Falls Festival 2014 lineup announcement, the official first lineup for Western Australia’s Southbound 2016 has now been unveiled, with big-name acts such as Disclosure, Bloc Party, Foals, Courtney Barnett, Gary Clark Jr and even ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic. Elsewhere on the lineup you’ll find Halsey, Django Django, Kurt Vile And The Violators,
It’s here — Falls Festival has made its first lineup for its 2015/2016 shenanigans, and has dropped big names like Bloc Party, Foals, Disclosure, Courtney Barnett and Gary Clark Jr. Other esteemed international acts on Falls’ first lineup announcement include Halsey, Django Django, Kurt Vile And The Violators, Mac DeMarco, Young Fathers , Toro y Moi,
Whether it was scraping together enough shrapnel at big lunch to afford a sausage roll from the tuck shop, or a Caramello Koala from one of those kids/drug barons who always seemed to be peddling boxes of Freddo’s for some reason. Or sneaking into the toilets to try to pick the remnants of said snacks
Forget the flower headbands and put the gun show on hold – Come Together Day 1 is all about your sneaker and sweater game. When hoodies count as occasion wear you know you’re at a hip-hop festival. And when Vodka Cruisers are competing with Vodka Red Bulls for highest selling beverage you know it’s a
The Pilbara’s North West Festival is back for another year, and has dropped an impressive lineup featuring Birds Of Tokyo, Peking Duk, Angus & Julia Stone, Drapht, Seth Sentry, British India, The Preatures and more. Other acts set to perform at the Western Australian event this August include singer-songwriter, Clare Bowditch, New Zealand musician Tiki
Come Together Festival 2015 is just a few weeks away, and festival organisers have now dropped official set times so punters can get even more excited about who they’re going to see at the Sydney event. Come Together organisers have taken to the festival’s two official Facebook event pages to share the event’s official set
Fresh from announcing his new album Strange New Past last week, rapper Seth Sentry has revealed he’ll be taking the album out on the road and across the country for his biggest tour ever. Speaking on triple j this afternoon, Seth Sentry announced the massive 47-date tour which has been billed as the country’s biggest
Aussie rapper Seth Sentry has announced a brand spanking new album, titled Strange New Past, along with the news that you’ll be able to hear the first cut from it Hell Boy as soon as this Sunday, May 3rd. Strange New Past will hit shelves both physical and digital on Friday, June 5th and will
The 2015 Come Together Festival lineup is here, bringing an all-Aussie roster of hip hop and indie including the likes of rapper Seth Sentry, Sydney trio Thundamentals, Horrorshow, festival favourites Ball Park Music and Brisbane four-piece The Jungle Giants. Other acts on this year’s Come Together lineup (below) include Remi, SAFIA, Elizabeth Rose, Montaigne and
Seth Sentry (real name Seth Marton) was repping Australian hip hop in the US before that Southern rap wannabe Iggy Azalea blew up bigtime. Marton, “this kid from Brunswick, Victoria”, won a battle at SxSW to perform on the late-night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live! in 2013 – a first for an Aussie MC. The
Triple j turned the big 4-0 this week and rather than hosting a respectable and intimate dinner party, our national broadcaster decided to throw a massive, public concert at Sydney’s Domain featuring performances from a number of their friends who also happen to be some of Australia’s most loved musicians. Around 25,000 people descended upon