The spirit of the alternative 90’s is well and truly still thriving today.
Alex Cameron made his energetic and highly anticipated return to Australia for a selection of headline shows alongside his appearances at Wollongong’s Farmer and the Owl Festival and Brunswick Music Festival in Melbourne.
A lineup to die for, Nina Kraviz and FJAAK at Sydney’s best club Universal.
On Sunday, March 1st, Brisbane history was made with the first NINE LIVES FESTIVAL.
At the turn of the decade, Fremantle’s Kevin Parker was relatively unknown.
When people think of underground electronic music in Australia, Brisbane isn’t exactly the first city that springs to mind.
Another summer means another festival season, and once again St Jerome’s Laneway Festival delivered an experience unlike its competitors.
Sydney’s first lockout free weekend was granted with one of the strongest local line ups of the Summer.
The last show in a whirlwind tour across the country, BRAINFEEDER labelhead FLYING LOTUS touched down in Brisbane on January 26th for an unforgettable show.
Soft Centre is unlike any music festival I’ve ever been to before in my life.
It’s crazy to think that Los Angeles’ CHANNEL TRES was only out here for the first time in November last year and even more crazy to think that when he was first out here, he only had a few singles to his name.
The inaugural Winter Dance kicked off at Sydney’s UNSW Roundhouse on Saturday night.