In a good way.
“Buy that shit.”
An octopus by Grimes, a dolphin by Rustie or a sandwich by The Rubens could be yours.
Two clashing international festivals have dropped some ‘in-your-face-Splendour’ lineups.
Musos seize the day after Southbound was cancelled due to the bushfire threat.
Mac attack in Melbourne.
Your mate and ours, Mac DeMarco, is geeing the world up for the launch of his brand new release, the aptly titled Another One, this Friday August 7th and Music Feeds is frothin’ to be able to bring to you the Australian exclusive pre-stream. Recently in the country for an expectedly rowdy round of Laneway
Along with this morning’s Falls Festival 2014 lineup announcement, the official first lineup for Western Australia’s Southbound 2016 has now been unveiled, with big-name acts such as Disclosure, Bloc Party, Foals, Courtney Barnett, Gary Clark Jr and even ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic. Elsewhere on the lineup you’ll find Halsey, Django Django, Kurt Vile And The Violators,
It’s here — Falls Festival has made its first lineup for its 2015/2016 shenanigans, and has dropped big names like Bloc Party, Foals, Disclosure, Courtney Barnett and Gary Clark Jr. Other esteemed international acts on Falls’ first lineup announcement include Halsey, Django Django, Kurt Vile And The Violators, Mac DeMarco, Young Fathers , Toro y Moi,
He is no stranger to the unconventional, but Mac DeMarco may have surprised fans and delighted fans and barbecue-goers alike with the release of a new instrumental album Some Other Ones, yesterday. DeMarco described the album as a ‘BBQ soundtrack’ as he released it on Bandcamp, coinciding with his own barbecue and listening party in
Hailing from the extensive King Gizzard family, Victorian five-piece The Murlocs certainly fit the bill tonight with their hairy, surfer vibe. Lanky frontman Ambrose Kenny-Smith rocks the maroon corduroy shirt as well as the outfit’s two key instruments, tambourine and harmonica. Paired with sprawling vocal harmonies, their brand of rocky blues already makes fitting into
Temperatures have soared and lineups have dropped — summer festival season is well and truly here. After humble beginnings in the back lanes of Melbourne a decade ago, St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival has grown into an international event, as well as arguably becoming one of the most anticipated and acclaimed music festivals in Australia this
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
Never, ever underestimate how bizarre, creepy and surprisingly loaded fans can be. In the latest installment of ‘Totally Random Celebrity Items To Be Auctioned Off On eBay’, Mac DeMarco is selling a pair of very old, scuffed up, once-red and, frankly, unwearable Vans sneakers on eBay. The best part: the bidding price has managed to
A prelude for Laneway?
Tickets to Mac DeMarco‘s Laneway Festival 2015 sideshows have already begun to fly out the door, with his first Melbourne show already sold out. Victorian fans needn’t worry though, as DeMarco has just announced a second sideshow in the city. On top of his sold out show on Wednesday 4th February, Mac DeMarco will now
We’ve got a whole new batch of Laneway Festival 2015 Sideshows that have been announced today, with east coast headline shows scheduled for many of the exciting acts named on the Laneway Festival 2015 lineup. Acclaimed LA native Banks will play just one headline show in Sydney, the charismatic Mac DeMarco will play extra shows
Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq has claimed the $30,000 Polaris Music Prize for 2014, awarded to the best Canadian album of the past year, beating former winners Arcade Fire as well as Mac DeMarco and Drake. Tagaq was awarded the prize for her third album Animism, beating out her arguably higher-profile competitors Arcade Fire, nominated
It’s going to be a family affair…
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