By The Meadow is one of those out-of-the-way type music festivals that you’ve probably never heard of.
When I was 17 I used to plan my weekends around sneaking past security to see THE SMITH STREET BAND play pubs and bars in every pocket of Melbourne.
New years is notorious for being a little bit of a ‘let down.
Australia is pumping out some seriously talented bright young things at the minute, so it comes as no surprise that Brisbane’s vocalist and producer prodigy JOY is only 17 years old.
Melbourne electronic producer and vocalist MEGAN KENT performs under the moniker STAX OSSET, and I’m calling it early, this girl is going places.
The Meredith eye completes its last majestic rotation for the weekend and piles of tinnies lay in defeated heaps around the campsite.
Off the back of his success as a solo artist with his last album ‘The Boxer’, KELE delves further into the world of dance music with his upcoming LP ‘Trick’ due for release in October of this year.
Sydney duo SET MO are on the rise, with their debut EP ‘The Crush’ set for release in the coming days, these two self confessed sexy disco and deep house loving individuals are destined for great things.
If I were to have written a bucket list as a kid, I’m assuming it would go a little something like this; 1.
Since 19 year old MICKEY KOJAK dropped his track ‘Feel My Pain’, the world seems a slightly better place for it.
Not too long ago it was revealed that CARIBOU would be releasing his new album ‘Our Love’ on October 3rd through City Slang and Inertia.
CHAZ BUNDICK is a man of many talents.