Tune-Yards: “Without Net Neutrality I Wouldn’t Be A Musician”

Merrill Garbus, known to fans as the drum-looping, ukelele-strumming Tune-Yards, has opened up about her defence of net neutrality, saying that without an open internet, she could never have become a musician. Garbus regularly takes to Twitter to speak up about the issue of net neutrality. “There’s no way that if the Internet wasn’t the […]


tUnE-yArDs Get Another Splendour In The Grass Sideshow

Aussies have really taken to this whole tUnE-yArDs deal, snapping up tickets to her upcoming Australian headlining shows at such a rate that organisers have announced another — Melbourne will get a second chance to see tUnE-yArDs at Howler. Tickets to the previously announced show, happening on Thursday, 24th July aren’t yet sold out, but […]


tUnE-yArDs Australian Tour Dates Announced

And the Splendour In The Grass 2014 sideshow extravaganza continues with tUnE-yArDs announcing they will be book ending their festival performance with headlining shows in Sydney and Melbourne. If you were fortunate enough to catch tUnE-yArDs on their previous Australian sojourn in the name of then current album w h o k i l l, […]


Record Roundup: Bo Ningen, Fucked Up, Tune-Yards, Glass Animals

Each of today’s Record Roundup artists occupy a league of their own in the great landscape of modern independent music. From Japanese five-piece Bo Ningen, to Toronto hardcore outfit Fucked Up, and from the always spritely Tune-Yards, to Oxfordshire four-piece Glass Animals. Bo Ningen – III One of the more acclaimed acts on the Big […]

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