Set to open the brand new album NOW (due in September, on Shock Records), first single ‘River’ is a song to fill the belly with fire, the heart with integrity and the limbs with the energy for action.
Armed with fast flow, bossy beats and hella high shoes Adelaide emcee Tkay Maidzacontinues to stomp her way to the top of the rap-game today premiering her new single ‘M.O.B.’ from her highly-anticipated debut album dropping in 2015 via Dew Process/Universal Music Australia.
Historically notorious for being a tough one to interview, it was with prudence that Music Editor Dazz Hassan accepted the challenge to speak with Macy Gray about her latest album and upcoming ‘The Way’ Australian Tour.
Mangan’s poignant lyrics and haunting baritone carries across all eleven songs on this unique album. Soulful, indie-rock melodies perfectly elevate the philosophical “Mouthpiece”, with lyrics: “I want to breathe in all the ashes of the books they tried to burn
ANGUS & JULIA STONE will return to Australia in February 2015, touring nationally in support of their latest release, the captivating self-titled third album, ‘Angus & Julia Stone’.
Slicker than their namesake the E-type Jaguar, Etypejazz deliver the sophistication and sexiness of the sixties with their tenth album, Martini Blue.
Get ready T-Swizzle fans, the 1989 pop superstar is making her way to Australia in December, 2015!
Over the next 24 hours, two of the world’s favourite pop stars Olly Murs and Ricky Martin, will be chatting directly with their fans via exclusive Q&A sessions on Twitter, the one place that connects you directly to celebs from across the globe.
Humdrum Star, the debut album from Brisbane six-piece Mosman Alder is a layered affair that blends a range of sounds and influences. Sitting in the producer’s chair is Something for Kate front-man Paul Dempsey, who achieves a sense of cohesion and clarity, skilfully bringing together the many elements of the work. With twenty years of experience in the industry, it is great to see Dempsey using his talent to mentor younger musicians. And while Mosman Alder occupies a different musical space to Something for Kate, there are similarities in the contemplative tone and layered structures of the song-writing here.
Sydney-based outfit “Bluejuice” have announced their retirement as of the end of 2014. Heading towards that, they have embarked on a “lap-of-honour” tour, which included a recent, sell-out gig at Adelaide Uni Bar. They have also released this retrospective album, “Retrospectable”, which is a “best of”, plus a couple of newies.
The day before boarding a flight back to Australia from his current home in L.A, Rai Thistlethwayte is happily munching on Jalapeno flavoured chips and is as laid back as ever about the upcoming Thirsty Merc 10 year Anniversary tour and their new & aptly titled ‘Acoustic Anniversary Album’ (AAA)
It’s a new era for the multi platinum, award winning global superstar, Redfoo.
In an era where artists are increasingly turning to crowd funding, local chanteuse and soul power house Jayne-Anne Power is appealing to fans and supporters to help finish her fourth album.
Since their inception in 1997, Augie March have released four albums. Debut album Sunset Studies is now almost gold, and includes ‘Asleep In Perfection’ and ‘There Is No Such Place’. It scored an honourable mention in Q Magazine's (UK) Readers Poll for the Best 50 Albums of The Last 15 Years
Jennifer Lopez A.K.A. JLO has been serving up a series of fan friendly appetizers like “Same Girl” and“Girls” and the rhythm radio hit “I Luh Ya Papi.” Now the main course has been served
Formed in Adelaide in 2010, Triple J Unearthed winning indie band The Aves are a band who have travelled far and wide.
Andrew Jackson Jihad have a way with words. That’s pretty obvious from their near endless catalogue of songs like ‘The Michael Jordan of Drunk Driving’ and ‘Love in the Time of Human Papillomavirus’. But on their new album, Christmas Island, the Phoenix folk-punk weirdos seem intent on upping their eccentric lyric game.
Matthew Hegarty of Matthew and the Atlas has been making music with the folk of Communion Music since circa 2010 - a label founded by Ben Lovett (Mumford & Sons), Kevin Jones (Bear's Den) and acclaimed producer Ian Grimble. Hegarty has released two EPs of dreamy, textured Americana on Communion - two of the label’s first ever releases back in 2011, paving the way for the likes of Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, The Trouble with Templeton and Daughter.
Echo and the Bunnymen have returned, with front man Ian McCulloch’s solo written album ‘Meteorites’, the band’s 12th, which is due for release on 25th April 2014.
Dawn Golden, a solo electronic production and songwriting project by Dexter Tortoriello has slated May 16 as the release date for his debut LP “Still Life” in Australia and New Zealand via Create/Control | Downtown.