Each week the Music Feeds team picks a favourite song from the week that was, wraps it in a bunch of words, and presents it you. It’s Music Feeds Faves. London O’Connor – Guts Since everyone got good at Ableton, we’ve kind of lost that initial charm that bedroom productions had. They were unpolished and
After making their first full lineup announcement in April, organisers of Glastonbury Festival 2015 have unveiled this year’s full lineup, including main stage set times. Glastonbury’s initial bill of 75 acts has expanded, and now includes the likes of The Cribs, Frank Turner, FFS (the Franz Ferdinand and Sparks collaboration), and Australia’s own Chet Faker
Bluesfest 2015 act Frank Turner and producer Butch Walker have just finished recording Turner’s new album in a Nashville studio and, as goes the rule apparently, if you find yourself in a studio in December, you must record a Christmas song. Turner and Walker opted for the NSFW direction, covering The Breakdowns’ Merry Christmas You
Bluesfest 2015 act Frank Turner has announced six Australian sideshows happening throughout the month April. Playing with his backing band The Sleeping Souls, the UK singer-songwriter will headline Perth, Adelaide, Newcastle, Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne and Geelong, in addition to two New Zealand shows in Auckland and Wellington. Turner is touring behind his fifth studio album
Now almost a year since the untimely departure of No Use For A Name frontman, Tony Sly, plans have been made public about a tribute album featuring some of the biggest names in the scene. Fat Mike of NOFX has revealed a long list of bands set to pay their respects via the release, which
Dropkick Murphys and Frank Turner have announced a fusion of their incredble folk-punk powers for a run of dates to fill in the blanks while in town for Bluesfest. Joining the two on the highways of Australia will be the recently reunited punk kings Swingin’ Utters. You just know you’re going to have a great
Frank Turner is a name known the world over since his appearance at the Olympic Opening Ceremony, where he ushered in the London games with three tunes. However, the music we’ve heard from his new project Mongol Hodre couldn’t be more different. Casual Threats From Weekend Hardmen is the first song to be heard from
UK tabloid magazine The Sun has reported that American hip hop/pop diva Nicki Minaj threw a fit over the length of the grass surrounding her backstage dressing room during Scotland music festival T in the Park over the weekend.
That affable bloke from England is back with another album of catchy folk songs. England Keep My Bones is Frank Turner’s fourth studio album and hearing it for the first time, it sounds so familiar, so comforting, you can’t help but enjoy it. And that is the beauty of Frank Turner’s songs. They sound like
Frank Turner is about to release his new album “England Keep My Bones” but not before making another trip down to play a handful of gigs. Having been turned onto Frank’s music 18 months ago, I grew quite obsessed with his songs. There’s a honesty in his music that everyone could relate to. Speaking to
Folk punk troubadour Frank Turner will be returning to Australian shores for his first headlining tour in April.