The 2015 Splendour In The Grass festival lineup was announced this week, and as expected it. is. big.
#1 Dads, 2015, A Flourish and A Spoil, About Face, Airling, Another Earth, Byron Bay, Chrome Sparks, Dark Red, Dipz Zebazios, Elizabeth Rose, Festival, Forces, Japanese Wallpaper, JJJ, Meg Mac, music festival, North Byron Parklands, Purity Ring, Push Pull, Shlohmo, SITG, splendour, Splendour In The Grass, The Delta Riggs, The Districts, Triple J
Following on from their massive 2014 album 'The Inevitable End', electronic masterminds Röyksopp have dropped the glorious remix bundle for record highlight "I Had This Thing" (feat. Jamie Irrepressible).
Andre Bratten, Gener8ion, I Had This Thing, Jamie Irrepressible, Joris Voorn, Kraak, Man Without Country, Monument, Pod, Remix, Robyn, Royksopp, Sebastien, Smaak, The Inevitable End, The Presets, Wolfgang Gartner
Sydney bedroom producer turned pop songstress, Elizabeth Rose, returns with a new single to be released on Inertia's newly unveiled imprint, Midnight Feature.
Some of Inertia's best Australian bands are heading out to Austin this week, and if you can get yourselves to any of their shows, we can guarantee it'll be a perfect night out.
Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders have announced an Australian 'Playdates' tour for May 2015. If you missed out on their shows last year, now's your chance for redemption.
Amplifier Bar, Brightside, Brisbane, Donny Benét, FBi Radio, Howler Bar, Inertia, Jack Ladder, Kirin J Callinan, Melbourne, Moshtix, Music Feeds, OAF, Oxford Art Factory, Perth, Playdates, Playmates, Select Music, Self Portrait, soundbutt, Spotify, Sydney, The Dreamlanders, To Keep and To Be Kept, Tour
To cap off the massive year that was 2014 for super songstress Sia, she took to the stage at the 57th Grammy's and wowed the world with a performance of 'Chandelier'.
Scottish trio Young Fathers are already back and already better than ever. Yes, we're aware that their 2014 album 'Dead' won the Mercury Prize, but just wait until you treat your ears to new single 'Rain Or Shine'.
...but seriously she couldn't even if she tried. You'd think after making one of 2014's favourite albums 'Are We There', that when booked to play on Ellen DeGeneres Show the obvious choice would be to play a track of said album. Well Sharon Van Etten is different. Gloriously different.
A Festival Called Panama, Are We There, Chevron Festival, Ellen, Ellen Degeneres Show, Factory Theatre, Golden Plains, I Don't Want To Let You Down, Jagjaguwar, Secret Garden Festival, Sharon Van Etten, The Hi-Fi, The Zoo, womadelaide
2015 is shaping up to be a massive year in music, and here are four albums to prove it.
2015, 4th and Roebling, A Flourish and A Spoil, Bored In The USA, Do It, Father John Misty, I Love You Honeybear, Jake One, Mayer Hawthorne, New Music, No Cities To Love, Pod, Sleater-Kinney, Stones Throw Records, Sub Pop, Surface Envy, The Districts, Tuxedo
If you haven't already heard of the excellent KUCKA (pronounced Coo-ch-ka), let us tell you a bit more. The delightful chanteuse has released a new single, 'Divinity'. And may we just say WOW.
Georgia Fair have decided to bless the rest of us mere mortals with their fantastic new song 'Break'.