New album. New Aussie tour.
Energetic horn lines, 90’s synths and Nile Rodgers-esque chinky percussive funk guitar, met by warm boppy disco bass and Nielson’s distinctive voice.
All the highlight from Meredith Music Festival’s silver jubilee year.
With each day bringing us all one day closer to Chet Faker‘s highly anticipated second album, the Melbourne muso (real name Nick Murphy) has cleared up some of those pesky collaboration rumours which have been swirling around in the rumour mill. Murphy’s forthcoming new album, the follow-up to 2014’s debut full-length Built On Glass, is
Frontal Lobe Therapy, Meteorite Sickness, Divine Intervention, you can expect all this and more from Dmitri Basil and Cooper Roussel’s wild new clip for Unknown Mortal Orchestra‘s latest single, Can’t Keep Checking My Phone. The clip’s absurd pile up of surreal scenes matches strangely well with the loved up tropical disco jam, at times feeling
Each week the Music Feeds team hunt down their favourite new tunes, bundle them up in some, often highly legible words and bring them to you. It’s Music Feeds Faves. Mt Warning – Collapsed Collage Collapsed Collage is the third single to be taken from Petrified Heart, the recently released EP from Mt Warning, led
Unknown Mortal Orchestra have already been announced on the lineup for Meredith and Sydney’s new Fairground Festival but now they have revealed they will be sharing the multi-love with the whole country. The Kiwi band lead by Ruban Nielson will perform four headline shows in Perth, Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne while they’re here in December
Brand-spanking-new Aussie event Fairgrounds Festival has named the very first acts to be added to its very first lineup, including the likes of American singer-songwriter Father John Misty, rockers Unknown Mortal Orchestra and New York rocktronica duo Ratatat. Hosted in the town of Berry on the NSW South Coast, Fairgrounds Festival 2015 will also see
Each week the Music Feeds team pick a favourite new song from the week that was, wrap it in a bunch of words and present it to you. It’s Music Feeds Faves. Milk Teeth – Vitamins In case you hadn’t noticed, the early-mid ’90s are very much back in vogue in the punk-rock scene, with
Unknown Mortal Orchestra are gearing up for the release of their third album Multi-Love, dropping the title track alongside album details. The band, started by Kiwi multi-instrumentalist Ruben Nielson, will release the nine-track Multi-Love at the end of May. It will follow their appropriately titled second album II which was released in 2013. Nielson explained
The genre-bending Unknown Mortal Orchestra are without a doubt one of the most celebrated acts to be making the pilgrimage to Byron Bay for Splendour In The Grass 2013. With a few weeks to go before the festival kicks off, Music Feeds caught up with one third of UMO, main man Ruban Nielson, to speak
Unknown Mortal Orchestra have released a video clip for single From the Sun from their latest album II. The upbeat, summery track is in strong contrast to the rather intense clip, which features a man relentlessly degraded in the name of art. Placed on a chair and surrounded by…art students? sadists?…the man is subjected to
Wavves and Unknown Mortal Orchestra will perform 2 co-headlining sideshows while both bands are in the country for Splendour In The Grass 2013. The co-headlining gigs will take place in Melbourne and Sydney, with Wavves also playing their own show in Adelaide. In March, garage stoner surf pop legends Wavves released their latest album Afraid
The last few days have seen a slew of Splendour 2013 sideshows announced and, to be honest, it’s been difficult just keeping track of them all, so here’s the entire bunch of SITG sideshow dates and venues in one easy to consume chunk! Everything Everything, Cold War Kids, James Blake, Haim, FIDLAR, Daughter, Jake Bugg,
Unknown Mortal Orchestra have covered Rà-àkõ-st by Norwegian producer Lindstrøm. The cover comes as Unknown Mortal Orchestra announce a second tour of The States in 2013, with the NZ/USA outfit continuing to perform behind their second album, II. For those unfamiliar with the Lindstrøm track we’ve included both the cover and original for the sake
New clip from Unknown Mortal Orchestra for their latest single So Good At Being In Trouble from the album II. Starring Christopher Mintz-Plasse from Kick Ass and Superbad.
Without a doubt one of the world’s most-watched rising stars Unknown Mortal Orchestra‘s Ruban sat down with the Music Feeds team prior to hitting the stage at Sydney’s The Standard. Part Kiwi, Part American, Unknown Mortal Orchestra has an international appeal even at its most basic level, though following the release of the self-titled album,
Unknown Mortal Orchestra have announced that February 5 is the day that they will be unleashing their second full-length album on the world. Titled ‘II’ the release will follow hot on the heels of their self-titled debut, which put the world in a frenzy. According to Some Kind of Awesome, ‘II’ will capture “the emotional