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Californian indie rockers Grouplove have rapidly earned a reputation for raucous live shows and crowd-pleasing antics on their back-to-back headlining tours. The band will be hitting our shores once again in support of their Splendour In The Grass 2014 set, playing sideshows alongside the ever-charming Mikhael Paskalev. Along with their critically acclaimed debut Never Trust
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
Outkast, Two Door Cinema Club, Lily Allen, Interpol & more confirmed!
For a man that had yet to release his debut album, it must have been a promising sign to see a packed room on the other side of the world enamoured by your barely-heard tunes. Norwegian newbie Mikahael Paskalev’s album has since seen its Australian release, but it was the strength of his ad-worthy debut
You might recognise Norwegian-Bulgarian singer Mikhael Paskalev as the trouserless figure channeling Tom Cruise in the video for the irrepressibly catchy indie-pop cut, I Spy, but did you know that he regularly eggs a music school in his hometown or what the first LP he bought was? There’s probably a few things you didn’t know
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UPDATE 28/04/14: Three major new acts added to the Splendour 2014 lineup including Childish Gambino — full details here! UPDATE 23/04/14: The full Splendour In The Grass 2014 lineup has been announced! Full details here.UPDATE 19/04/14 6pm AEST: A Splendour headliner has leaked details of their appearance at this year’s festival! More details here. Following
UPDATE: The entire Hottest 100 has been revealed! Winners and details here! 50 down, 50 to go – things are beginning to take shape in the Hottest 100 2013, with Queens Of the Stone Age, Disclosure, Bring Me The Horizon, Cloud Control, Illy, Bliss N Eso and Andy Bull leading the pack, each with two
Norwegian folk-pop hero Mikhael Paskalev has announced the release of his debut album, What’s Life Without Losers, due out Friday, 7th March, with an accompanying new single and music video. Titled Jive Babe, the track is the latest from the man behind the impossibly catchy I Spy. I Spy was the launchpad for this witty
Things got a little crazy for Mikhael Paskalev this year. After the 26-year-old singer-songwriter dropped his catchy single I Spy, along with its Risky Business inspired music video, the track proceeded to blow up all around the globe, turning the young Norwegian into an instant star. Mikhael awoke at the crack of the Liverpool dawn
Norwegian folk-pop authority Mikhael Paskalev has been called “the best thing to come out of Oslo since fjörds,” and now this unique and charismatic singer-songwriter is bringing that momentum to Australia with a run of East Coast shows that kick off in Brisbane in March. The story goes that Paskalev played his first gig at
Brisbane indie label Dew Process are getting set to introduce Scandinavian singer-songwiter Mikhael Paskalev to Australia, having signed the young Norwegian/Bulgarian and now unleashing his debut single, the captivating I Spy, upon us. I Spy first attracted attention after Paskalev won a Best Unsigned Act award in his native Norway, getting the wheels in motion
Mikhael Paskalev is a half Norwegian/Bulgarian export who makes upbeat, folksy rock that is sure to get toes tapping. His single I Spy has gathered some 500,000+ hits on YouTube, although I think that’s mostly down to the “smash Ikea” fantasy most of us dream of. Paskalev will release a full-length album later in the year, but