Wild Honey will be hitting The Lansdowne with their jangly indie pop, and shoegazers EGOISM will be performing their final show of the year at Brighton Up Bar, Darlinghurst. Read More
When Australian rock band Jet returned with an electro-rock collaboration courtesy of The Bloody Beetroots, it’s fair to say that everyone with sound judgement and good taste had a small lump of vomit rise up the back of their throats. Read More
Thursday nights for me are usually an unremarkable affair; they’re either spent having quiet drinks with friends, or binge-watching whatever Netflix series I’m hooked on at the time. Read More
Vivacious, sensuous and occasionally sordid – Melbourne’s Sex On Toast drifts in a limbo of self-proclaimed 80's pop, yacht-rock, RnB, and synth-funk. Read More
Introducing a blend of monotone drum breaks and synchronised sub-bass for this week’s edition of Mix of the Week.
This Friday get loose to the psychedelic pop of Aegean Sun at the Botany View Hotel in Newtown, or shudder to the seductive sounds of Tinpan Orange at the Hudson Ballroom in the CBD. Read More
Comprised of members of The Drones and High Tension, new Aussie outfit Tropical Fuck Storm commands a whirlwind of psych-infused art punk, delivered with a kick to the teeth only Gareth Liddiard – The Drones infamous founding member - could muster. Read More
Electronic Dutch duo Peter Kriek and Ariaan Olieroock have come a long way in electronic music. Gaining respect through popular hits like “Nobody seems to care” and “Deep in my soul”. Read More
Hear what happens when American rock band Bully take the discordant guitars of grunge and mash them with the incisive lyricism of post-punk on their latest release, Losing. Read More
This week get up close and personal with indie electronic group PANAMA (Syd) on Thursday 2nd at The Hotel Steyne, Read More
Merrill Garbus – better known as the mastermind behind experimental art pop project Tune-Yards – has one of those voices that seems like it would be better suited for someone with a completely different physical appearance (see: King Krule or Dusty Springfield). Read More
Sydney based trio, Tyrone Lindqvist, Jon George and James Hunt who go by their stage name Rufus have been no stranger to the Aussie electronic music platform. With their deep house pseudonym Juan Du Sol which provides a taste for deeper house music, Cooking with Juan Du Sol gives us a taste of exactly that.
After months of teasers MGMT have released the title track from their upcoming album Little Dark Age. Read More
To celebrate women in music catch GIRLS ROCK! at Tokyo Singsong, which will be featuring artists from post-punkers Mere Women to shoegazers EGOISM.
To celebrate Halloween this year, Red Bull Sound Select Sydney announces a Halloween-themed spectacular curated by Laneway Festival’s Travis Banko for this Friday, October 27. Read More
To kick off this week’s mix, we present to you, American electronic duo Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight who are profoundly known by their stage name Odesza. Read More
Heavy metal band Trivium first appeared on the Metal scene circa 2005 with their sophomore album Ascendency. Read More
Contemporary jazz funksters BadBadNotGood have made a name for themselves over the years through their electro-infused, acidic compositions, as well as collaborations with various big-named artists. Read More
Back for another weekly hit – this time introducing dance music producer/DJ, Theo Kottis who comes from a humble upbringing in hometown Edinburgh and is a resident DJ at Glasgow’s Sub Club. Read More
Dim the lights, take the phone off the hook and prepare to float in the nostalgic haze of Jersey Devil – the sixth full-length from Ducktails, the solo project of Matt Mondanile. Read More