Whether you’re a die hard fan of The Velvet Underground, are a proud owner of Between Thought and Expression or are only aware of ‘Walk On The Wild Side’, I place no doubt in my mind that we’ve all come across the work of LOU REED at some point or continuation of our lives.
LOST VALENTINOS were an electronic act from Sydney, consisting of a total of 11 people at various stages of their career.
Forming in 1983, Aberdeen bred band MELVINS have seen not only frontman Buzz Osborne’s hair grow bigger and wilder, they’ve also produced and nurtured a rambunctious post-punk sound over an impressive 30 years.
Cult band BIG STAR were a group who never really found success during their four-year lifetime.
With the HARVEST FESTIVAL lineup freshly announced, we now know that Californian band EELS will be dropping by our Australian doorstep, alongside the hugely exciting MASSIVE ATTACK, THE DRONES, NEUTRAL MILK HOTEL and a whole lot more.
We were sad to hear the news that as of 2013, PARKLIFE in Australia will become a thing of the past.
With various spots of a few Hottest 100 lists, countless festival appearances such as Laneway, Big Day Out and as of July this year Splendour In The Grass, ARCHITECTURE IN HELSINKI have been knocking out heavy synthesized tunes to the world for a few years now.
Synthesizer pioneer and inventor BOB MOOG was probably the coolest nerd on the planet.
Legendary bands are the ones who surpass time by still popping up in our music libraries decades after their so-called “hey-day”.
Today we flash back on another of our favourite labels: SUB POP RECORDS.
DFA RECORDS is one of the most well respected labels in the world.
Regardless of the members fleeting in and out, THE BREEDERS will always best be remembered as the four who appeared on the 1993 record Last Splash.