Playing intimate shows.
Some folky vibes on a version of ‘If I Could Change Your Mind’.
At the Drive-In, The 1975, James Blake & more!
It’s finally here!
Shut up and listen to these ok?
The Fuji Rock 2016 lineup has dropped & traditionally shares a number of its acts with SITG.
Wet and wild in Sydney’s Domain.
Business is booming for Mumford & Sons following the release of their less banjo-y new album Wilder Mind, and to celebrate, they’re coming down to peddle their wares right here in Australia. And bringing some shit hot interns along to help out. Fellow Brits Jake Bugg, The Vaccines and American buzz band Future Islands will
Jake Bugg has recounted an interaction with personal hero Don McLean, the singer-songwriter best known for performing the 1971 classic American Pie. Speaking in a recent interview, Bugg said that he received a surprise telephone call from McLean five years after leaving him a message on a fan site. “When I was young there was
Jake Bugg certainly isn’t one to do things in half measures. Only 19-years-old and already the Clifton lad has two highly successful and critically acclaimed albums to his name, several tours, a reputation as one of today’s best young singer-songwriters, and a devoted global following. None are more devoted than his Aussie fans, who Jake
Nominations for the 2014 Brit awards have been revealed in London with English electro duo Disclosure and pop rock outfit Bastille topping the nominations list with four nods apiece. They are followed closely by pop singer Ellie Goulding and dance collective Rudimental, who each scored three nominations. Other acts up for the prestigious music award
If you got hooked on Jake Bugg when he brought his super smooth and yet eternally dirty rock ‘n’ roll our way back in July for Splendour In The Grass, we got some good news for you – the British boy wonder is returning to our shores for Bluesfest 2014, and now he’s doing his
Byron Bay Bluesfest 2014 has become what one can only refer to as the biggest lineup in the history of the event. The fourth lineup announcement cements Bluefest’s 25th Birthday as the music event of the year, adding Buddy Guy, Jake Bugg, Booker T Jones and more to the roster! The first lineup started strong,
To celebrate the release of his new album, the Rick Rubin-produced Shangri La, UK singer-songwriter Jake Bugg has announced he will be playing a special show in Copenhagen to be live-streamed all across the world, and the only place you can see it live in Australia is via Music Feeds! Jake’s previous, self-titled album was
Singer-songwriter Jake Bugg has criticised the UK’s music education curriculum for being overly didactic and too centred on musical theory, instead of allowing students to freely express themselves. Speaking to NME, the acclaimed singer admitted he failed his senior music theory test. “I failed my GCSE music theory test. Teachers should be giving kids guitars,
During an interview with BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe, Jake Bugg has unveiled his latest single What Doesn’t Kill You, a peek inside his upcoming sophomore album, Shangri La. Bugg has released the official visuals for What Doesn’t Kill You, which might be simple but is sure to be pleasing to his legion of adoring
The 2013 nominees for the prestigious Mercury Prize have been announced, with the award that seeks to recognise “recorded music of all genres by British or Irish artists” shortlisting David Bowie, Arctic Monkeys and Laura Marling among its 12 finalists. The award, which has been running since 1992 as an alternative to the Brit Awards,
UK singer-songwriter Jake Bugg has revealed that he’s almost finished with the recording of his second album and that we could even expect to hear it later this year. The Nottingham native has been working with super-producer Rick Rubin on the follow-up to his self-titled debut. Speaking to Rolling Stone, Bugg revealed that he’s not
Jake Bugg has revealed the details of a last-minute secret gig, set to go down at 1pm TODAY (Friday, 26th July) at The Rocks Square in Sydney. That leaves you with just under two hours to get your folk-lovin’ butts into the CBD for what’s guaranteed to be a brilliant performance ahead of Bugg’s Splendour
Who are you going to see?