American rapper/rocker Mod Sun was given a bunch of money from his label to film his latest music video for Free Love so what did he do.
Melbourne post-punk newcomers Gold Class have released a brand new video for track Life As A Gun, as well as news of their forthcoming debut album and an east coast tour.
American indie-rockers Cold War Kids have dropped a video for One Song At A Time plucked from their Record Store Day EP Five Quick Cuts.
American producer Porter Robinson stopped by the Music Feeds tent at Splendour In The Grass 2015, and delved into how he and his music have developed over the past few years.
Two thirds of Brisbane indie outfit The Grates stopped by the Music Feeds tent backstage at Splendour In The Grass 2015, for a quick go on the emoji compatibility test.
Swedish singer and rapper Elliphant dropped in for a chat following her Splendour In The Grass performance, and had some strong words for the people who attended the festival’s pre-party.
Rising Aussie artist Eves The Behavior sat down with Music Feeds shortly after her Splendour In The Grass 2015 set, and said she didn’t expect the midday festival crowd to be so impressive.
Caleb Hodges and Patrick Silver from Brisbane’s Art Of Sleeping took some time out to chat with Music Feeds backstage at Splendour In The Grass 2015, and discussed everything from debut album Shake Shiver to Thai beef salad.
Sydney electro wizards Carmada crashed the Music Feeds campsite backstage at Splendour In The Grass to chat about the goings-on at the festival, and the “loose” pre-party that went down the night before.
Day one of Splendour In The Grass 2015 was a muddy affair, but it was also a playful one at Music Feeds’ festival headquarters, where interviews with the likes of Carmada, Death Cab For Cutie, San Cisco and Porter Robinson had us lapping up the fun.
Electronic duo Peking Duk stopped by Music Feeds’ Splendour In The Grass headquarters ahead of their festival set, and lost their shit as they took our emoji compatibility test.