Archive for: March, 2016

This double length animated music video for Adult Swim features Big Grams Born to Shine and Run for Your Life. The video transforms Big Boi, Sarah & Josh (along with Killer Mike and El-P from Run the Jewels) into characters that face all manner of vices and threats from gambling to a group of threatening leprechauns....

This short documentary follows German artist Thorsten Brinkmann as he creates his site-specific installation, The Great Cape Rinderhorn, at Rice University Art Gallery. Working primarily from objects found in Houston, Brinkmann turns Rice Gallery into a place where the familiar is made strange as castaway goods are...

Skip Netflix and cut straight to chill with thirty minutes of audio euphoria from Mayfair Kytes. New album Animus is a subtle sculpted landscape of halcyon days, displaying a solid amalgamation of each individual counterpart to wield musical skill beyond the accumulative years of each singular. This is a...

An epic detour of neon flavoured noise grows to entangle your dissolving brain. Savagely mutant energies bubble through the air. Your body is out of reach, turning itself into a sponge as your mind floats towards another dimension. A few minutes ago, you decided to throw on High Visceral {part 1}, Psychedelic Porn...

When the seductiveness of the advertising world loses it’s charm. Working with those big brands, perceived to be cool people and the lifestyle brings you to the feeling of being a slave, what do you do? Quit everything! Take your art to the streets and no matter if people want to see your art or not. You will have the...

The Drones seventh studio album, Feelin Kinda Free is out this Friday, March 18 and with their national tour set to kick off at the end of April, The Drones are excited to welcome a bunch of the country’s finest, along for the ride. Melbourne’s Harmony will be joining them everywhere except Perth and Wollongong and in...

Once again Leo Kalyan is showcasing his boundless ability to draw upon close to the bone emotions and wrap them perfectly in an infectious soulful R&B pop sheen. His latest offering Daydream marks the start of an advantageous year for the London-native, having been hand-selected by BBC 1Xtra, to bring his oceanic...

While I Hate Your Band may be the answer to a common source of angst, this latest single from raucous Melbourne rockers The Naysayers definitely doesn’t apply to its creators. This two-minute surf punk assault sees The Naysayers on the offence, capturing the shared experience of being pissed off by music mediocrity....

NY-based indie band, Joywave recently dropped SWISH, an exclusive and unique digital only release primarily focused on their current single Destruction but also features an unreleased b-side bonus track Life In A Bubble I Blew from their debut album How Do You Feel Now? The band also announced that they are set to...

“RY X was a seed that was planted, gently watered and nurtured. And it has grown, and blossomed. It has already grown beyond what I initially imagined.” Elaborates Australian artist RY X on his rise to notoriety following his standout debut EP, Berlin released late 2014. Benchmarking his return is his new offering...