A rising Australian act has joined the tour.
The Hill just got bigger.
South By Southbest.
The festival’s getting a real, legal marriage.
Go down the rabbit hole.
The Plot is back and it’s bursting with Aussie talent.
One for the triple j fans.
Taking his full band on a national tour this coming August.
Predictable, they’re not!
M83 will be back in Australia soon. Like – really soon!
Because the party doesn’t stop at the festival.
Nick Hill opened the night laying down some super sweet, deep and basey beats. His DJ pal seemed to have a different groove going through his cans, or else just thinks frenetic dance moves are the jam for slower numbers – either way, he added a great element to the set, and the duo are
One of the brightest young guns the Australian music scene has thrown forward for a long time, beatmaker Japanese Wallpaper, is riding high after releasing his debut EP last month and to continue the good times of 2k15, he is heading into the Music Feeds studio for a live stream this afternoon! Otherwise known as
Before completing his final high school exams, Japanese Wallpaper has decided to gift us with a final headline tour and a self-titled debut EP. This fully-fledged sound-sculptor has really produced a layered and glassy piece of art. Sometimes it sounds like a hybrid dance between Active Child and Oliver Tank; at other points it has
Teen indie electro whiz Japanese Wallpaper is about to release a new EP, and to celebrate, he’s hitting the road with art pop act Montaigne for an East Coast run. 17-year-old wunderkind Gab Strum will perform five dates across Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane this July in the lead up to his set at the now
Walking into Secret Garden Festival feels a bit like walking into an 8-year-old’s fancy dress party. OK, so there are a few key differences — unless some of you started hitting the festival scene very early — but there’s definitely the right amount of superheros, clowns, face paint and fairies (and fairy bread!). The creative
It’s a determined crowd of people gathered at The Metro, and they’re clearly reluctant to let the festivities of the triple j Hottest 100 long weekend go. Who can blame them when their dedication is rewarded with such a stellar performance? Japanese Wallpaper kicks things off by taking everyone to a very happy place. With
Perth’s biggest drug, smoke and alcohol-free all-ages festival, HyperFest, has announced the lineup for this year’s event, featuring Melbourne hip hop artist Illy as the headline act and WA locals including electronic duo Slumberjack, rising star Coin Banks and kings of heaviness Make Them Suffer. The festival is focused on upcoming Australian artists, and has