“In a world where a lot of people are losing interest in albums, this is an absolute work of art and the most solid two fingers up to those who have given up on the format.”
The War On Drugs
Catch him supporting Ziggy Alberts on tour next month!
Get ’em while they’re hot.
“Police are very concerned.”
“This is about protecting lives.”
The first single is trademark epic.
“Police remain disappointed that some people continue to risk their lives.”
Only thing is, it doesn’t work.
“It’s the highest number of overdoses we have seen at a music event for some time.”
But investigations are continuing.
While 18 people have been charged with possession.
“It’s totally disconnected to what’s happening in the real world.”
For an epic new tribute album curated by The National.
A veritable justice league of politicians, doctors, public health and drug experts, criminologists, lawyers, policy writers, researchers and police have joined forces at a Parliamentary Drug Summit this week in an attempt to figure out how Australia can improve the way it tackles illegal drug use. And their political think tank yielded one key realisation:
Abstinence or death.
With a little help from their friends, folk rockers Mumford & Sons became ‘Mumford & Sons & Friends’ at Bonnaroo on Saturday night, 13th June, as they were joined by My Morning Jacket, The War on Drugs’ saxophonist Jon Natchez, Hozier and more for a cover of The Beatles’ classic, With A Little Help From
Rockers lead a strong Aussie showing
UPDATE: Triple J’s Hottest 100 is underway! Keep up to date with live updates and milestones here. It’s still over a month until triple j‘s Hottest 100 of 2014 countdown takes place on Australia Day, but online bookmakers are already fuelling debate over which act will top the countdown this year. Melbourne producer Nick Murphy,