Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day is coming!

The legen-dairy (geddit?) day is almost upon us. Yup, prepare your tastebuds because Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day is back! That’s right, FREE ICE-CREAM! Surely there are no three better words in the… Read More


Score a Double Pass to see Peace!

Following the release of their new LP English quartet Peace are heading to Australia! They’ve recently announced Groovin The Moo Festival sideshows, including a gig at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory on Friday 8th May. Excitingly, we’ve got… Read More


Review: East India Youth, Culture Of Volume

Bobby Townsend considers the sophomore LP from London-based East India Youth: When William Doyle, better known as East India Youth, dropped his solo debut, Total Strife Forever, in January 2014, it was deservedly nominated… Read More


Celebrating 20 Years of Wilco – Top 10 Tracks

Adrian Pedić considers the Chicago-based group’s ten finest offerings: Wilco might not be the most recognisable name in music today. However, progressing from their alt-country roots into the more ambiguous, subtle sound they’re… Read More


Album review: Apostille, Powerless

Chloe Mayne checks out the new LP from Glasgow’s DIY electro magician, which hits the shelves later this month. Here’s the lowdown on it: Apostille is the solo stepping-out of musician and DIY protagonist Michael Kasparis,… Read More


Interview: Little May are surprised and elated

Australia-based three-piece Little May have a new single out and are heading to Europe to perform at the Great Escape Festival in May. We grabbed vocalist Liz Drummond for a chat: Who/what is Little May?… Read More


Album review: Shlohmo – Dark Red

Liana Gow-Killingbeck checks out the new offering from the LA-based producer: I stumbled across Henry Laufer, aka Shlohmo, by chance late one wintery evening in 2011 while wrapped up in my blankets, blazed… Read More


Interview: Them Bruins Get Raucous

Rowdy Melbourne-based four-piece Them Bruins have been storming 2015 with the release of ‘Walk A Line’, the first taste of their upcoming debut. Chloe Keung caught up with the band to talk tunes,… Read More


Music: Tame Impala Let It Happen

An inherent and at times frustrating characteristic of stoner/psychedelic rock is its artists’ apparent inability to adapt and evolve; often a psychedelic band’s follow-up album shares the same creative postcode as its predecessor.… Read More


Lifestyle: Why I Love Crochet

As autumn begins to creep between the sheets of the southern hemisphere, Chloe Mayne (re)discovers a woolly way to fill the time: After a long summer of luxuriating in sandy toes, salty hair… Read More


Review: Death Grips, that powers that b

Chloe Mayne checks out the epic new record from Sacramento-based industrial electro-hoppers Death Grips: My relationship with Death Grips feels like it’s in an odd sort of flux. Ever since the day that… Read More


Life imitates art: David Walsh and Dan Yack

A Dedication By Nathan Roche Modern Australia doesn’t have such a good track-record of successful moneymakers and tycoons directing their money to a worthy cultural or even tasteful cause. Frankly, most of the… Read More


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