Archive for: July, 2017

Suffolk Park’s Les Krills are Alain De Carne and film maker Nick Pollet. A band that initially came to fruition with the sole aim of providing backing music for some of Pollet’s videos. It comes as no surprise then, that with their debut EP In Another World, Les Krills present us with five highly cinematic tracks....

Queens Of The Stone Age brought their smooth Rock n Roll style back to Australian shores for a four date tour leading into the release of the bands forth coming album Villians (out August 25th). With Melbourne being a sold out show within one day it is clear there is so much love for Josh Homme and Co from Melbourne...

The week took off with an ecstatic vibe this Sunday at Revolver Upstairs as Spanish Dj, producer and tech house connoisseur Dennis Cruz graced his Melbourne fans with a four-hour set. That left the happy Melbourners reeling! Following an impressive line up of local talent consisting the likes of Boogs, Rhys Roberts...

It is not every day you’ll get to spend time within the inner sanctum of one of surfing’s iconic names. For over 50 years McTavish Surfboards has been synonymous with the progression of Australian surfing all over the world. With a team of dedicated craftsmen many of whom have spent countless years perfecting boards to...

The excitement was palpable as LCD Soundsystem took the stage at Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena. The audience was already moving to the booming synth when frontman James Murphy came out, dressed in his signature blazer and t-shirt. Our collective excitement exploded when Murphy reached the chorus of Yr City’s a...

When people realised the power of connecting through the web, it wasn’t long until people all around the world began to share their favourite music. As time rolls on and different online platforms and services get better. We evolve and keep finding new ways to create audio and visual that connects with others. Now,...

At only 20 years old, Thomas Aulagner is living and shooting in Biarritz where he found the perfect way of life, close to the ocean. Thomas’photography offers a glimpse into the essence of youth and natural beauty through skate, surf and portrait photography. From his first interest in street culture, endless source of...

In the midst of their Californian road trip, Diane Sagnier and Chaz Navarro captured in one long take the dreamy mystery of Joshua Tree at sundown. The soundtrack is blessed by an unreleased demo of Diane’s band: Camp Claude. There’s something about the song and video that which will absolutely melt your heart…....

Not all festivals are the same. There are some pretty significant differences between a festival during the day, where one must stay in a hotel, and a camping festival. Going further, within these categories lie differences. Here, we dive into some amazing music festivals across the U.S. to see what makes these...

Chicago noise rock band Melkbelly have just released a thoughtful yet fun music video for catchy track Kid Kreative. The clip clocks in at just under two minutes and thirty seconds, but despite its short length, it still manages to pack a lot of punch. Featuring a gluttonous kid chowing down on plate after plate of...