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Patrick Carney’s ‘BoJack Horseman’ Theme Is The Opposite Of The Black Keys

BoJack Horseman is US-based streaming service Netflix’s first foray into the world of adult animation.
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One Day Sundays National September Dates Announced

One Day, the Inner West Sydney hip-hop collective comprised of Aussie rap favourites Horrorshow, Spit Syndicate, Joyride, and Jackie Onassis, will finally bring their monthly block party, One Day Sundays, interstate this September, as they tour nationally in celebration of their full-length studio debut, Mainline.
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What Aussies Can Expect From Kanye West’s Upcoming Tour

Kanye West‘s recent performance at the Philadelphia leg of the 2014 Made In America Festival bodes well for his Australian fans, with a universal consensus that the performance was one of the rapper’s best ever.
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YG Drops Out Of Listen Out 2014 Lineup

The organisers of Listen Out 2014 have confirmed that West Coast rapper YG, best know for his 2013 hit My Nigga, will no longer be appearing at the upcoming festival.
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Kele Talks Future Of Bloc Party, Fifth Album Prospects

Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke has opened up about the possibility of another Bloc Party album in the near future, saying the best way for the band to honour next year’s 10th anniversary of debut studio album Silent Alarm would be to “make more records”.
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Tumbleweed To Honour Jay Curley At Sydney Festival

Tumbleweed have announced they will dedicate their November performance at Young Henrys’ Sydney street festival, Small World, to their late bassist Jay Curley, whose sudden death they announced last week.
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Every Time I Die 2015 Australian Tour Announced

Touring January 2015, with Touché Amoré!

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Blurst Of Times Sydney, Melbourne Lineups Announced

The blurst bill we’ve ever seen!

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We Could Hear Brand-New Faith No More At Soundwave

Influential Mike Patton-fronted genre-pushers Faith No More could be preparing to debut more brand-new material at Soundwave 2015, after the group’s bassist Billy Gould revealed that the band are “considering doing something new” with their music.
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Pussy Riot Criticise Australian Justice In Sydney Talk

Members of the Russian activist band and feminist collective Pussy Riot, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alekhina, have criticised Australia’s justice system and human rights record during a talk at Sydney’s Festival Of Dangerous Ideas over the weekend.
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Craig Nicholls Opens Up About The New Vines

The Vines‘ frontman Craig Nicholls has broken the lengthy media silence in a rare interview following the release of the band’s new album Wicked Nature.
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Miley Cyrus Criticises Double Standard For “Original Twerker” Elvis

Miley Cyrus has made a case for Elvis Presley as the original twerker while criticising the media’s double standards when it comes to scrutinising male and female behaviour.