Melbourne MC Pez has admitted he was “a bit offended” by fellow rapper and close friend 360‘s recent comments on ABC’s television program Q&A last Monday, during which he suggested that “racist bigots” in Australia have led him to identify the country’s flag with racism.
Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea has revealed the band are almost done writing their 11th studio album and hope to release the “super danceable” and “introspective” record in 2015, along with a world tour.
English alt metal act Enter Shikari have unveiled their latest track, The Last Garrison, the first single to be taken off of their upcoming fourth studio record, The Mindsweep, due out in January 2015.
Australian hip-hop vanguards Hilltop Hoods have been taking their Cosby Sweater Tour all across the country this month, stopping in both capital cities and rural centres alike, but their latest gig in Queensland’s Gladstone has copped some criticism with some residents lashing out at the trio for subjecting them to “horrific noise pollution”.
Sydney Festival has announced its full program for 2015, and, being the musically inclined folks that we are, we looked immediately to which acts will be rocking across the city from January next year.