New album. New Aussie tour.
Attention those who can’t make it to Falls Festival.
Footscray isn’t necessarily the first place you think of when looking for culture. Perhaps better known for best-of editions of The Footy Show’s “Street Talk” than underground arts, the unassuming suburb by the river nevertheless put on a display to be remembered with Saturday’s 2015 edition of St Jerome’s Laneway Festival. The crowds braved the
Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival will return in May 2015, with, as usual, a ridiculously impressive and incredibly eclectic lineup of quality artists from around the globe. Here’s just a selection of the huge names who will be taking to the stage in Spain: The Black Keys, James Blake, JUNGLE, The Replacements, Sun Kil Moon, alt-J,
Laneway Festival have announced some massive official after parties for those that want to kick on after the jam-packed main event. Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney will all get after parties, which among them feature DJ sets by Jungle (going by the name of Jung Le DJs), Violent Soho, Perfect Pussy, Mac DeMarco and more. Melbourne
A tantilising batch of Laneway Festival 2015 sideshows have arrived, with east coast headline shows set for a number of exciting buzz bands who line the festival’s 2015 bill. Modern soul collective Jungle have announced two headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne, while New York noise-punks Perfect Pussy have revealed that their Australian live debut
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
Our favourite SITG Sideshow so far!
The final day!
Jungle have been an enigma for the better part of their short career. Best friends since they were 10, Josh and Tom, as they’re simply referred to, kept their identities a secret until recently, as they’ve begun to play live shows. Even so, they’ve opted to do it behind a thick blanket of smoke. Without
Secretive London-based duo Jungle will bring their electronic grooves and bittersweet melodies to Melbourne and Sydney for two very special Splendour In The Grass 2014 sideshows in July. Jungle members J and T, who expand into a captivating seven-piece live band when performing their modern soul tunes, were the talk of the town during this
In case you hadn’t already made up your mind about who you’re going to see when you roll up to the North Byron Parklands in Byron Bay this July, we’ve decided to put together a quick list of the bands and artists from the 2014 Splendour In The Grass lineup that we personally can’t wait
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