It’s a great time to be a Flume fan.
“A spellbinding body of work”
That’s two Aussie visits in one year!
Coincidentally, so is this song.
The album is expected later this year.
We know it’s happening, but we don’t know where.
It’s finally here.
One more sneaky name before the lineup drop this arvo.
It’s an amazing feat to sell-out two nights on the other side of the world simply based on the merit of your debut album but that’s exactly what London Grammar have done. The band have had a stellar 18 months, which has seen them transform from shy indie sweethearts into an act more than comfortable
As the country gets in full summer festival spirit there’s no time like the present for the unveiling of the 2015 Perth International Arts Festival’s full program and its complete music lineup. Held over 24 nights, the Perth festival music lineup boasts an eclectic selection of artists covering a variety of genres from pop to
London Grammar have announced they will be adding a second Sydney show to their run of Australian dates in March 2015, due to overwhelming demand and lengthy online waitlists. The band’s previously announced Hordern Pavilion show and their Melbourne date have now both sold out. The new, all-ages show will take place at Sydney’s Enmore
English popsters London Grammar have added a Brisbane date to their mini-run of Australian shows in 2015. The newly announced gig will take place on Saturday, 7th March at Riverstage, Brisbane, with the UK outfit’s preexisting Sydney and Melbourne shows having already sold out. In July, London Grammar were forced to pull out of Splendour
Tastemaking music database Hype Machine has compiled a special half-year Music Blog Zeitgeist, listing the most-blogged artists of 2014 thus far and giving music fans a hint as to who they should look out for over the coming months. One of those artists is Melbourne’s hirsute electronic impressionist, Chet Faker. Faker, whose debut album Built
UK pop trio London Grammar have been forced to postpone their 2014 Splendour In The Grass sideshows after they announced late last night that they would be pulling out of this weekend’s festival due to illness. The group were scheduled to play at 7pm on the main Amphitheatre Stage this Friday and have since been
Aussie electro duo sub in for UK indie popsters
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have beaten English indie rockers Arctic Monkeys to take home the Album Award at the 59th Ivor Novello Awards, which took place on Thursday, 22nd May at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. The group’s 2013 album Push The Sky Away beat out Arctic Monkeys’ 2013 effort AM to
Fresh off the recently concluded Groovin The Moo 2014 tour, Karnivool came in to Triple J to discuss how the band are heading “back to the drawing board” to craft material for a follow-up to 2013’s Asymmetry, simultaneously describing their somewhat convoluted songwriting process. “I think we’re going to head back to the drawing board
Following last week’s confirmations of Sky Ferreira and Wild Beasts for a series of Splendour In The Grass sideshows, the headline train has kept momentum with the announcement that UK trio London Grammar, long speculated for SITG, will charm fans with their own side-performances. While the band are relative newbies to live performances and only
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