A representative of Sydney’s Ivy Nightclub has apologised and said they are “mortified”, “deeply upset” and “extremely distressed” after a contractor’s “unauthorised” sound test disrupted this morning’s ANZAC Dawn Service in Martin Place.
Today marks the 75th anniversary of the first appearance of DC Comics supervillain the Joker in Batman #1, and to mark the occassion directory David Ayer has shared an image of Thirty Seconds To Mars frontman Jared Leto, in full costume as the Dark Knight’s archnemesis.
Whilst some corporations go out of their way to cash in on this year’s 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings with insidious marketing campaigns, that inevitably that go tits up *cough* Woolworths *cough*, it’s great to see the important day of reflection inspiring some actually beautiful, touching material such as Paul Kelly’s new song Letter .
Tame Impala might be going more electronic, but Chet Faker is going organic — “clean beats”, you could say.
After taking a hiatus last year, Adelaide’s Spin Off Festival — which has been run as a sister festival to Splendour In The Grass — will not being going ahead in 2015.
Adelaide singer-songwriter Jesse Davidson and his crew of merry men have taken to the triple j studios to perform his cover of Childish Gambino’s Sober, rivalling any guest to play Like A Version this year.
That’s right — Byron Bay post-hardcore troupe In Hearts Wake have released a video game inspired by the incredibly frustrating mobile app Flappy Bird, and they’ve hidden a brand-new track inside it.
System Of A Down have closed out their epic Wake Up The Souls world tour with a landmark performance in Armenia.
After teasing fans with a snippet of new music earlier this week, electro icons The Chemical Brothers have finally announced their long-awaited new album, Born In The Echoes, and have also shared a first taste in the form of new tune Sometimes I Feel So Deserted.
Years before they penned Good Riddance, which would go on to become one of the most overplayed songs at high school graduations ever, punk rock superstars Green Day were themselves high school students, and now there’s a video to prove it.
As you’re reading this, going about your daily routine, it’s easy to forget that there are people out there, just like you and I, who are suffering.