Today’s your lucky day budding producers, because we’ve got a pair of ROLI Seaboard Blocks on our hands and we’re giving them away to two very lucky winners.
Guns N’ Roses guitar icon Slash will be bringing his band featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators to Australian shores in January 2019 and we may just have your ticket in!
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Party like a rockstar when the Dutch dance fest returns down under.
One of the most hotly-anticipated international acts making his way down under this winter is producer superstar Mark Ronson, who will be bringing his full band our way to play the hits off his recent epic album Uptown Special at a string of headline shows. Set to feature on-stage appearances from collab-mate Kevin Parker from
It’s not long now before the epic combo of Mötley Crüe and Alice Cooper commence tearing up arenas across Australia, with the logically titled The Final Tour kicking off May 12th. To celebrate the tour to (literally) end all tours, we’ve got our lucky little hands on a bunch of tickets and signed Mötley Crüe
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Western Australia’s leading blues music festival, West Coast Blues ‘N’ Roots, is set to return for its fourth year in 2015 this March, headlined by the likes of John Butler Trio, Paolo Nutini and Jurassic 5, and we’ve got two VIP passes to the event ready to give away! The 2015 West Coast Blues N
Las Vegas rockers Imagine Dragons are returning to Australia for a one-off exclusive show in support of their new album Smoke + Mirrors. We don’t want you to have to imagine the show so we’ve got a few tickets to give away so some lucky fans can check it out in real life. Smoke +
Chicago rapper Vic Mensa is set to perform around the country as part of Laneway Festival‘s insanely good 2015 lineup. What’s more, the young hip hop MC is slated for Laneway sideshows in both Sydney and Melbourne, and we’ve got a double pass to each show ready to give away! Mensa’s two Laneway sideshows will
British indie lads The Kooks are coming back to Australia to play their biggest Australian headlining shows yet, and we’re giving away a bunch of double passes to all shows on the tour! Starting off in Perth before travelling along the East Coast, The Kooks will be joined by special guests The Griswolds and Welsh
Ray-Ban’s sort-of-not-really-secret society The Order of Never Hide has descended upon Sydney, and in celebration the inventors of the Wayfarers and Music Feeds have teamed up to give readers the chance to nab not only a double pass to the secret society’s secret party but also a very special Ray-Ban prize pack. As the folklore
As part of this year’s ARIA Week celebrations, Sony Music and yours truly have teamed up to present an ARIA showcase which will celebrate the discovery and development of our great nation’s rising talent. Taking place on November 24th at Sydney’s Beresford Hotel, the Sony ARIA showcase will feature performances from Sydney indie outfit and
DJ Mag’s number one DJ in the world Hardwell will soon take to Australian stages for his I AM Hardwell tour, playing three massive shows in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane this October, and Music Feeds is giving you and a friend the chance to get up close and personal! The 26-year-old Dutch megastar has been
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When the epic Listen Out 2014 lineup dropped only a few weeks ago, lovers of electronic music were given a slew of names to cheer about, including Australia’s electronic golden boy Flume, who’ll be performing his only shows for 2014, as well as Chet Faker, Schoolboy Q, and Four Tet. The highly anticipated sophomore instalment
Having spent some time on the stages of some of the world’s most prestigious festivals, including Lollapalooza, All Tomorrow’s Parties, Pitchfork Festival, Bonnaroo, and our own Laneway Festival, New York duo Cults have sharpened their chops considerably since their 2011 debut. In fact, guitarist and percussionist Brian Oblivion recently told Music Feeds Podcast that when
“We’ve always put the pressure on ourselves to do something really cool. The difficult second album – it comes from bands that have basically have no material,” a confident Sam Lockwood, guitarist of Australian indie favourites The Jezabels, told Music Feeds’ own Mike Hohnen back in January. It’s no wonder he speaks so defiantly, the