It was the best of times, it was The Blurst of Times… and it’s back. This year’s festival will be taking over not one, not two, but three venues across Brisbane – The Brightside, The Zoo and The Foundry – on Saturday April 16. Venturing to the deep, dark depths of
Ok people. It’s time to put down your too cool for school, double shot, soy, extra hot, no foam latte’s. It’s business time. All the way from California, music legends Cold War Kids have announced they will tour Australia in 2016. The news comes right off the previous announcement that
Wafia’s ‘Heartburn’ doesn’t have us offering her a Quickeze, rather it has us reaching for her newly released EP, XXIX. Prior to ‘Heartburn’ we had been tickled by Wafia’s vocals on some smashing collaborative work in various original and cover tracks with Ta-ku, Le P, and on Japanese Wallpaper’s breakout
Everyone’s been told “if at first you don’t succeed try try again” waaay too many times at the most inconvenient times in their lives. Like we get it, but sometimes we just can’t fucking be bothered. But if you’re looking to get into the entertainment industry, then it’s totally true.
Triple J has announced this morning the long list of artists and albums nominated for their famous J Awards. As always, the nominations are reflecting the musicians that have marked the Australian musical landscape of 2015 in a way or another. The winners of the 11th edition will be announced
Alright you good folk of the Central Coast, you better strap your tanned little butts in for this one. We have a huge announcement that will make you forget that Christmas is just around the corner. Our friends at Sounds Like have just announced the launch of a new indie-electronic
When one looks at the history of the world, you can tell a lot about the time by the music trends. Don’t worry, this isn’t going to be all deep and historical and academic; you haven’t accidentally clicked on the link that’s hiding behind this because you’re putting off working.
Sometimes, there’s a celeb that pops up who’s doing really well in the US, but have some questionable antics that make us not want to associate ourselves with them. They might be tearing up the charts, making millions of dollars on movies, winning awards, or collaborating with some of the biggest names
Okay friends. You may or may not know the feel-good/eye brow furrowing commemorative days such as Free Slurpee Day, Spanish Paella Day and What If Cats And Dogs Had Opposable Thumbs Day (all legitimate occasions, we swear. We looked them up.) Now in its third year, Cassette Store Day celebrates
There’s no way to really define fame these days. But, you can have an Instagram account with 100k followers and you’re just as famous as someone that has made 100 movies and worked on their “craft” for 50 years. Makes the work we’re doing here seem kinda pointless. Fuck this,