They wanna be your Role Models.
The Griswolds, L-Fresh The Lion and more head up this year’s festival.
Prepare for some ‘strayan-made turntness.
After taking a brief vacation last year, Groovin The Moo offshoot music festival The Plot has just unveiled the official lineup for its big return in 2015. Heading up the bill for this year’s event will be an eclectic selection of artists from across Australia and the world, including Art Vs Science, Asta, Boo Seeka,
Indie pop four piece Walk The Moon are about to play sold out shows this week in Melbourne and Sydney and they’re so excited about it they’ve gone and announced they’ll be coming back to Australia next year to do it all again. The Ohio natives will take their live show across the country on
It looks like American indie pop act Passion Pit will be returning to our shores in August this year for a run of dates alongside our very own indie rockers The Griswolds. The Aussie visit will kick off on Friday, 21st August at Melbourne’s Forum Theatre and will then move on to Sydney’s Enmore Theatre
Walking into Secret Garden Festival feels a bit like walking into an 8-year-old’s fancy dress party. OK, so there are a few key differences — unless some of you started hitting the festival scene very early — but there’s definitely the right amount of superheros, clowns, face paint and fairies (and fairy bread!). The creative
The pressure on a successful music festival in its second year is almost expected. Will it be as good as last year? Will it be better? Will they have introduced anything new? Will it have fixed those niggling problems? Or will it join the long list of events that have failed in the floundering Aussie
The Aussies lead the charge…
Sydney indie festival Secret Garden has revealed another huge lineup, jam packed with over 60 international and Australian artists. Among the overseas guests are Parquet Courts, Sharon Van Etten and Lake Street Dive, while the likes of Remi, The Griswolds, Client Liaison, Velociraptor, Steve Smyth, Gang Of Youths, Willow Beats and Little May are among
The Espy’s infamous New Year’s Eve celebrations are nearly upon us, with illustrious Australian acts like Architecture in Helsinki, Kingswood and DZ Deathrays topping the final lineup of acts poised to ring in the new year at the St. Kilda venue this December 31st. Architecture in Helsinki will be bringing the tunes from their latest
The first artist lineup for Mountain Sounds Festival 2015 has officially dropped, and is led by DZ Deathrays, The Jungle Giants, The Kite String Tangle, Northeast Party House, Safia and The Griswolds. Returning in February 2015 after a successful inaugural event this year, Mountain Sounds’ lineup already looks promising, and more acts are still to
Hotter than hot Aussie indie group The Griswolds have covered Vance Joy’s monster single Riptide for the latest installment of triple j’s Like A Version. The cover is a smooth blend of both acts. Using their numbers to fill out the harmonies, The Griswolds gave Riptide a more drum and synth centred feel while still
Sydney-bred indie rockers The Griswolds have spent the better part of 2014 conquering stages in the US and recording their much anticipated debut full length album Be Impressive, which is out now. In celebration of their achievements, the band are now heading home for a string of national tour dates this September. It’s been an
Sydney-bred indie rockers The Griswolds celebrated a milestone last week, dropping their much anticipated debut full length album ‘Be Impressive’. The album was recorded in New York City with M83 and Phoenix producer Tony Hoffer and followed the band’s signing to US label Wind-Up Records. For an honest look into the process of putting together
Bands can make a pretty comfortable living after making it big in Australia. A talented band or muso can do well for themselves thanks to the loyalty of Aussie fans and their love of live music. But for many, you haven’t truly made it until you’ve managed to crack the coveted American market. To make
The Griswolds have unveiled their latest audio-visual exploit, following the release of the clip for their upbeat sing-along, Mississippi, and their collaboration with Chance Waters, Bonnie. The new single and video is titled The Courtship of Summer Preasley and features a somewhat unique cast. Viewing the clip below will treat your occipital lobe to a
Aussie rapper Chance Waters has returned with another taste of his upcoming new album, which is due for release early next year. The new song, Bonnie, is accompanied by a unique music video, while the track is an unlikely collaboration with Sydney-based alt-pop five-piece The Griswolds. Waters’ last single, Looking For Something, likewise saw the
Sydney-based alt-pop five-piece The Griswolds have released a psychedelic new music video for their single, Mississippi. The band are unveiling the clip fresh from a successful stint at CMJ Music Marathon in New York, performing at some of the event’s most in-demand showcases. The band are currently following-up the success of their CMJ run with
Like Jay-Z and Beyonce before them, Sydney pop chameleons The Griswolds and Aussie hip hip producer Chance Waters have found unlikely love, proving that they really are the jam and Vegemite of the music world – and what better way to celebrate than to hit the road together?! The two acts have been shacked up