After leaving us with Havilah in 2008 and with Gareth Liddiard’s solo outing Strange Tourist from 2010 it was beginning to feel like time..
The Drones’ sixth album, I See Seaweed is sprawling, superbly orchestrated and more universal than anything they’ve produced to date...
Touring the country for the first time since 2011, The Drones will hit the circuit once again this coming April in support of upcoming..
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Curated by The Drones and All Tomorrow’s Parties, the I’ll Be Your Mirror festival sauntered into Melbourne last weekend, with..
Margaret and David will be hosting Rage this weekend. Putting their skills as unrelenting critics of the big screen at work, this special..
Another Australia Day long weekend, another Hottest 100 Countdown whereby listeners express their outrage at the winner via social media,..
Considering there’s only one month to go before All Tomorrow’s Parties makes its return to Australian shores, you shouldn’t need any..
“My advice to bands who are starting out: don’t be a shit band!” Truth nuggets such as this from The Drones front-man Gareth..
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Melbourne trio Pony Face, but they’re back with more facial hair than ever and a brand new..