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Posted 24 Apr 2017 @ 11:51am

4B is bringing his bass-heavy trap and EDM combination to Melbourne for a special show.

 

New York-born and New Jersey-raised, 4B has grown up alongside some of the world's pre-eminent electronic artists. Once his explosive show had caught the eye of heavyweights DJ Snake, Diplo, Skrillex and the like, there was no turning back.

 

His ability to break down and morph...

Posted 22 Apr 2017 @ 10:08am

After 20 years, The Dillinger Escape Plan announced they'd be calling it quits once touring commitments for new record Dissociation were completed.

 

Announcing their first Australian tour since 2015 and inevitably their last-ever venture Down Under, Melbourne fans showed their love and faith in the band selling out their show in four hours.

 

Don't fret if you...

Posted 19 Apr 2017 @ 1:03pm

Dillon Francis is an entertaining soul, not just musically with his pioneering Moombahton genre but he has a dopey sense of humour, unabashed and unapologetic.

 

He’s a busy, busy man – between collaborations, positions in the charts, his stream counts, and ceaseless touring it’s amazing he finds the time to accomplish so much. Francis’ upcoming Australian tour won’t be his first...

Posted 19 Apr 2017 @ 1:00pm

With the dawning of social media and increased connectivity, the public’s voices have never been louder. As the political climate changes, and the everyday citizen becomes increasingly dissatisfied with the status quo, it’s sometimes hard to know how best to use your voice. 

 

Affectionately labelled as pub rock, Bad//Dreems encompass so much of what makes quintessentially...

Posted 19 Apr 2017 @ 12:14pm

There are few bands in Melbourne – and, indeed, all of Australia – that are as busy a touring act as Cash Savage and the Last Drinks. Hell, there are probably some bars and pubs that don't even bother taking their name off the “What's On” chalkboard, as they know they'll be right back.

 

The folk-rockers have been on and off the beaten track since the release of their third...

Posted 19 Apr 2017 @ 12:41pm

Canadian rock duo Japandroids will be heading to both Australian and New Zealand shores this July for an exciting pair of national tours.

 

The dates mark the band's first return to Australia since their appearance in December last year. On top of their intimate fan shows in Sydney and Melbourne selling out in under three hours, Japandroids roared through much-loved sets at both...

Posted 12 Apr 2017 @ 2:22pm

 

It was an evening of bands sharing members, with Cough at the centre of the web. The first of three bands from Virginia, Sinister Haze opened the night, taking to the stage on short notice after Melbourne's Inverloch had to pull out due to a medical emergency. Sinister Haze features two members of co-headliners Cough, guitarist Brandon Marcey and live organist JK. Sinister Haze...

Posted 11 Apr 2017 @ 1:25pm

Hooley fuckin' dooley, how's this for a lineup? 

 

All-female movement Electric Lady is pulling together a certified collection of badass women, featuring some leading names on the Australian music scene. 

 

The ridiculously solid lineup features Ali Barter, Alex Lahey, Gretta Ray, Bec Sandridge, Rackett, Jack The River, and Body Type. 

 

Along with...

Posted 5 Apr 2017 @ 12:08pm

There's always beauty in the unknown. Whether it's exploring a city you've never been to, experimenting with things you've never tried, or wearing a black baseball cap on stage to hide your identity – it's anonymity that can force us to seek new experiences. 

 

Matthew Kopp, better known as Running Touch, has taken part in all of the above, and although not the enigma that he...

Posted 5 Apr 2017 @ 11:55am

David Novak, frontman of the increasingly sought-after Polish Club, isn’t one to mince words.

 

Though the Sydney duo have only just dropped their debut album Alright Already, they’re already long-accustomed to the struggles of life in the music industry – including the necessary evils of talking to the press – and know that the best way to get their music out there is to be as...

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