Groovin The MØ
More like Crashmere Cat…
Huge shows. Huge lineup.
A local festival fave has stepped in.
A last-minute lineup change.
“I think and I hope and I pray that artists and musicians will start doing music that has a little bit more of a political message”
Now they’re BFFLs.
Plenty of delicious sideshow goodness to get around.
The single will drop this winter…
Sydney’s Boo Seeka are the most recent act to stop by triple j studios and try their hand at the Like A Version game. The electronic duo, whose new single Deception Bay has notched up some high rotation on the js recently, got their Holla on with a soulful rendition of Danish artist MØ’s 2014
Australian audiences have had a roller coaster of a week. A stage crashing fan in Sydney was shown who’s boss last week, copping a beating from Earl Sweatshirt and Trash Talk’s Garrett when he rushed the boys mid-song. We were given a better rap after our efforts at Splendour in the Grass, with authorities and
Splendour is a marathon. A three day, beautiful, musical marathon in which you only get out what you put in. Sure Day 1 is a pleasure. You’re there, you’re fresh, you’ve made it. Day 2, especially this year’s Day 2 was a treacherous, nearly impossible struggle with a magical Florence Welch shaped reward for those
Splendour In The Grass 2015 may have already sold out, but festivalheads who missed their chance to nab tickets to the Byron Bay camping spectacular still have a second shot to see some of their favourite acts this year, now that the sideshow parade has officially begun. Plenty of Splendour artists are giving punters a
MØ pretty much announced her own place on the Splendour lineup last month and now it’s been confirmed she will be playing a series of sideshows alongside Swedish undergroud pop sensation Elliphant. Scandinavia’s finest will be strutting their stuff on Sydney and Melbourne stages this July on top of their performance on this Byron Bay
“Can’t wait to play for you in July!”
Alt-J, Danny Brown, SBTRKT, Todd Terje and more!
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