Prepare your ear holes.
Ocean Alley, The Rubens, Cloud Control and more will be making appearances.
Turn up the Reverb.
Touch Sensitive, Odette, Cloud Control and more.
Featuring The Jezabels, Cloud Control, The Preatures, Mount Kimbie and more.
It’s never quite as it seems…
So much local talent.
Cloud Control are officially back in the proverbial ZONE.
Get in the ‘Zone’.
Soho are out of hibernation!
And there’s a new album on the way!
Including a triple j Hottest 100 runner-up…
REMI, Northeast Party House and more have joined headliners Cloud Control and Dope Lemon.
Lock em’ in.
Enter the House Of Voodoo.
With the 5th annual Yours & Owls Music & Arts Festival kicking off in less than a week now, the time has come to look over the recently announced set times and make a plan of assault. Set to take over Stuart Park in North Woolongong from Friday to Sunday on the October Long Weekend,
2015 has been a massively massive year for Courtney Barnett, and it looks like 2016 will be no different, with the Aussie singer-songwriter locking in a national theatre tour around her appearances at Falls and Soundbound festivals. Buoyed by the success of her debut album Sometimes I Sit and Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit,
Yours & Owls is back for its biggest year yet. The fifth instalment of the Wollongong music and arts festival has just dropped the lineup for 2015, which includes the likes of The Preatures, Cloud Control, The Delta Riggs and The Rubens. This year’s event has also chucked a Soundwave and expanded into a two-day
The recording process for Cloud Control‘s third studio album has hit a snag, with the band being turfed out of their makeshift studio in the Sydney suburb of Redfern. The indie act, who’ve had their noses to the grindstone tracking the follow-up to 2013’s Dream Cave, have been asked to vacate the premises, due to
Brother-sister duo Angus & Julia Stone continue to expand their 2015 Australian Tour, today adding new (and final) shows in Wollongong, Newcastle, Coffs Harbour and the Sunshine Coast. The new additions bring the siblings’ tour to a total of 15 shows, set to begin in early February. In support of their Rick Rubin-produced self-titled third