A new study has found that festival headliners are getting older and older. Take, for example, AC/DC headlining Coachella 2015, or The Who closing out the final night of this year’s Glastonbury Festival. So, in the name of all things up-and-coming, we’re gazing into the music festival crystal ball, and pondering 12 rising acts who
#1 Dads, the side project of Big Scary frontman Tom Iansek, has this morning graced triple j‘s Like A Version with a sterling cover of FKA twigs’ 2014 single Two Weeks, as well as an original track. First up, Iansek and his pal Ainslie Wills performed So Soldier, a cut from #1 Dads’ latest studio
Fans of British singer and producer FKA twigs rejoice, today the singer has unveiled both a brand new song and video, titled Glass & Patron. Glass & Patron was written and produced by FKA twigs and producer-songwriter Boots. Twigs also self-directed and choreographed the new dramatic and compelling video for the song, as part of
Bliss N Eso have released a “new banger” — well, they’ve rapped anti-drug messages over FKA twigs’ hit single Two Weeks and released it as a free download. Bliss N Eso’s take on Two Weeks (below) opens with a sample of Willy Wonka’s famous line, “We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers
FKA FKA twigs?
For a moment, forget everything you know about FKA twigs. Forget that her 2014 Mercury nominated debut, LP1, received rave reviews from every major music critic; that her whispery, sensual vocals has categorised her as part of an “alternative RnB” movement (far from it in fact); and more importantly, forget that she’s dating Robert Pattinson.
Temperatures have soared and lineups have dropped — summer festival season is well and truly here. After humble beginnings in the back lanes of Melbourne a decade ago, St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival has grown into an international event, as well as arguably becoming one of the most anticipated and acclaimed music festivals in Australia this
After selling out both Laneway Festival sideshows in just hours, the high-in-demand FKA twigs has announced two more headlining gigs in Melbourne and Sydney. Both new dates will take place in the same venues as the sold-out shows, with the second gig at Melbourne’s 170 Russell taking place on Thursday, 29th January and Sydney’s Metro
FKA twigs is on her way to perform in Australia for the first-time ever as part of Laneway Festival 2015. While in town the English artist will play two sideshows, an 18+ gig taking place at 170 Russell in Melbourne and an all-ages date at Sydney’s Metro Theatre. The 26-year old, British-born FKA twigs, real
British singer and producer FKA twigs, real name Tahliah Barnett, has said she’s she’s “shocked and disgusted” by racially abusive comments she’s been receiving online, which are largely coming from fans of ex-‘Twilight’ couple Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart (aka “Robsten”). Barnett is now dating Pattinson. “I am genuinely shocked and disgusted at the amount
Royal Blood, FKA twigs, and Bombay Bicycle Club are among the shortlist nominees for this year’s esteemed Barclaycard Mercury Prize. The shortlist is almost an even split of old guard vs new, with seven exciting debut albums nominated by buzzed about acts including East India Youth and Jungle. The remaining five LPs belong to already
When you take two of the UK’s most singular and talented young up-and-comers and put them together, you know you’re going to get something… weird. At least that’s the case if you pit the unique electronic stylings of FKA Twigs against the heartfelt, neo-soulful words and melodies of singer Sam Smith. The may-or-may-not-be Laneway-bound FKA
FKA Twigs has hit out at her music being labelled “alt-R&B,” saying the comparison only arises because she is mixed race. The London artist recently unveiled her debut full-length album, which Music Feeds reviewer Tom Williams called “her most intricate and gripping work to date.” “It’s just because I’m mixed race,” the singer, real name
FKA twigs is the performing moniker of British dancer-turned-producer Tahliah Barnett, whose music works at the intersection of pop, RnB, trip-hop and glitch. Building on two very strong EPs, twigs’ debut full-length release, LP1, is her most intricate and gripping work to date. The relationship between the bass-heavy spaces and breathy vocals in twigs’ music
FKA Twigs will reportedly appear on the lineup for the 2015 instalment of St Jerome’s Laneway Festival. The news comes via News Corp journalist Mikey Cahill, who interviewed the critically acclaimed UK electronic artist last week and tweeted that she “will play” Laneway Festival 2015. According to FasterLouder, Cahill, who pens News Corp‘s weekly Rock
The annual BBC guide to music’s next big thing has been unveiled with Chicago native Chance The Rapper, soul-singing Londoner Sampha and Swedish-Australian twin sisters Miranda and Elektra Kilbey of Say Lou Lou among the 15 names announced for the BBC Sound of 2014 longlist. The list is compiled each year by a panel of