What could be a better start to the day than a new PREATURES track being released.
With their knack for hunting down new music talent through Triple J Unearthed and for just being really great people, Triple J have found a place in the hearts of Australia’s youth and well, just everyone in general now that we think about it.
Macklemore’s ‘Thrift Shop’ was the main winner of Triple j’s 20th annual HOTTEST 100, beating some major heavyweight artists for the coveted #1 spot.
From strength to strength to strength, the lad that has become the golden boy (pun intended) of the Australian music scene, the biggest cross over success since…I can’t remember when.
Brisbane has never truly been accepted as a hive of cultural progression with the same enthusiasm as Australia’s other great cities, and this is particularly true when discussion turns to music.
21 year old MATT CORBY is currently in the US of A and tonight is playing at the legendary Joe’s Pub in New York, an incredibly hip musical establishment that has previously hosted the likes of AMY WINEHOUSE, DOLLY PARTON, BONO, and ELVIS COSTELLO.
In a full-on year, Fremantle indie-pop outfit SAN CISCO have played Big Day Out, supported the likes of Jebediah and Architecture in Helsinki, and landed themselves a place in Triple J’s Hottest 100 — at number seven, no less.
We love LANCELOT here at Purple Sneakers.
NICE AND EGO have produced a very impressive six and a half minute Audio/Visual mashup extravaganza featuring every single track from this years Triple J: Hottest 100.
Sydney electronic outfit GUERRE has remixed MATT CORBY’S ‘Brother’, the track that everyone is talking about.
Loving this new track from Triple J darling LUKE MILLION.