God dammit we’re good at this.
The Meeting Tree, 3D babies, bananas and models.
Sydney crew Palms have accrued a bunch of musically-inclined pals to join the lineup for the inaugural Mates mini-festival, set to take Sydney by storm this coming January with all the proceeds going towards the non-profit organisation, Support Act. Palms themselves, fresh off the stage of The Blurst Of Times festivals, will take one of
“What an oversight!”
Many punters across the country were delighted by the artists announced this morning on the lineup for St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2015, but according to Sydney’s SPOD, organisers left off one key name — his own — and now he wants them to pay for it. “I noticed with your announcement of the 2015 line
For those of us who are prone to reminiscing about the year 2003, in which Jay Z released The Black Album and we were treated to Arrested Development‘s first season, SPOD has given you an excuse to trek back into the recesses of the past with the announcement of the “Year of Radness.” SPOD’s seminal
Unsung Aussie hero SPOD has marched back to the forefront of our attention with his tasty, bubbly, refreshing ode to a good brew, well, a couple of good brews that is. But not too many. Such is the premise of the song Couple of Drinks. The track is kinda rocked-out, kinda rapped-out, but it all
Sydney’s famed fitness fanatic SPOD is bringing hyper-palpitation to the people with: FANTASYZE (a weekly fitness podcast)
Spod’s cat is called Robby. It’s got long black fur and it’s “rad as all hell.”
In this issue: The Drones, Silversun Pickups, Young + Restless, Mary & Max, Little Red, Spod, Cloud Control
FBi Radio and Time Out are excited to announce the nominees for the inaugural Sydney Music, Arts & Culture Awards to be held at The Marquee at the Sydney Opera House on Sunday December 7th.
Boundary Sounds announce final line up.. A couple of months ago Boundary Sounds launched a campaign somewhat mysteriously named ‘Choose Your Own Purple Sneakers New Years Eve’.
Spod has been around for a lot longer than most of us realise, always pushing in from the fringe, helping break in the electro-spazz sound before it went bezerk. Bringing in all your fave elements of crazed white-boy knob’n’button funk-pop for Superfrenz, his long, long, long awaited second album. Despite the fact you can barely