Flume – Let You Know ft London Grammar

Flume is really making up for the almost three-year gap between his second studio LP Skin and now and has really spoilt us a hell of a lot in 2019. Earlier this year we were treated to a stunning kaleidoscopic journey of a Mixtape Hi This Is Flume, and then a week later a single…

AURORA INTERVIEW: ‘A Different Warrior’

Artist like AURORA come about once in a lifetime. A free spirit who was allowed to grow up in the wild mountainscapes of Norway AURORA is unburdened by the normal drawl of modern life, which allows her to speak more freely and emphatically about the world that she exists and has been allowed to create…

Grapevine Gathering 2019 – The Lineup

Name for me if you will anything that is better than a summers afternoon roaming through a vineyard, glass of Moscato in hand, shawl draped over your shoulders as the sun kisses the nape of your neck delicately… normally I’d say nothing, that is a perfect game over go home, but what if you added…

AURORA wants you to feel your own emotions in ‘The River’.

Artist like AURORA come about far and few in-between. At the age of 22 her unique blend of self-produced electro-pop and striking visual storytelling continue to stun and amaze with their intricacies and profound message. Following from her last single ‘The Seed‘ a wild and angry call to arms to fight for the health of…

Favourite Music Videos of All Time with Phil from Crooked Colours

Perth trio Crooked Colours have their finger on the pulse and have yet to put a toe wrong in their career. The trio found the sweet spot combining atmospheric beats, soft vocals, synths and guitars that move harmoniously throughout their arrangements in an addictive bliss during their 2014 debut ‘In Your Bones‘ and then catapulted…

WE HAD A VERY GOOD ‘BAD FRIDAY’

On the Australian public holiday ‘Good Friday’ the 10th Anniversary ‘Bad Friday‘ festival took over Marrickville. The festival was stacked with three stages of emerging talent as well as hard-hitting headline acts of all genres, making sure there was a bit of something, for everyone. Despite the festival name, we did not have a bad…

MID CITY Interview – Happy-angry-sad

Melbourne group MID CITY have been making waves with their fast and furious approach to their music, combing adrenaline fuelled choruses with jet-propelled verses the group are taking no prisoners when it comes to their meteoric rise. With the release of their debut EP last week after playing a muddy set at The Hills Are…