ATTENTION MELBOURNE: The Pier Street Party is back for its second year.
Art Vs Science
Featuring a stacked bill of local talent.
Happy 420 day, m8s.
“LOCKOUTS AREN’T THE ANSWER. We need our freedom back this isn’t footloose.”
The ‘BYO Booze & Couch’ festival is back with another stellar lineup
The month-long party is returning to raise money for Oxfam Australia’s fight against poverty.
Waverly Council want to turn the community studio into restaurants and cafes.
The dance & hip-hop heavy Super Sundae Fundaze will take over the foreshore next month.
Here’s what went down at today’s huge ‘Keep Sydney Open’ rally.
With performances by Royal Headache and Art vs Science, a mock funeral for all the businesses that have shut since the laws were brought in and of course, speeches, Keep Sydney Open rally the city against the lockouts.
RED HOT FAVES COMING AT YA!
“Mike Baird, we wrote a song about the frustration we felt from your government’s lockout laws.”
Coming to a venue near you, next March.
Sydney dance trio Art Vs Science have teased heavy metal purists everywhere by dropping a discofied version of Metallica’s Enter Sandman for this week’s Like A Version. Art Vs Science’s take on the Metallica classic (below) sees the band replace those thrashing guitars and raw James Hetfield vocals with synths, some vocoder work and some
Frenzal Rhomb guitarist and former triple j radio host Lindsay “The Doctor” McDougall married his love Jen Owens last weekend, before holding the reception at a local pub and having their first dance to Iron Maiden‘s Blood Brothers. As the Illawarra Mercury reports, McDougall and his now wife held a full vegan reception at Thirroul’s
After a sell-out event in February, Mountain Sounds Festival is returning in 2016, and has just dropped its first lineup, which includes The Strokes’ guitarist Albert Hammond Jr., Melbourne indie outfit Alpine, dance trio Art vs Science and the event’s headliners, The Jezabels. Other acts announced on Mountain Sounds’ first 2016 lineup include English electronic
After taking a brief vacation last year, Groovin The Moo offshoot music festival The Plot has just unveiled the official lineup for its big return in 2015. Heading up the bill for this year’s event will be an eclectic selection of artists from across Australia and the world, including Art Vs Science, Asta, Boo Seeka,