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Byron Based Jewellery label, Pirates Dreaming, creates sharp and exhilarating pieces for the exiled and the outsiders in all of us.  We caught up with founder/creative director, Adelaide Friday, to talk about work, play and the inspiration that drives this incredible brand.First things first, who is Adelaide Friday...

Internationally-adored trio The xx returned January 13th with their highly-anticipated third album, titled I See You. The record, recorded over the course of two years in multiple locations from Reykjavik to Los Angeles, is an incredibly moving portrait of various stages of love and loss. It’s vivid and full of...

Rennen is the highly anticipated second studio album from London born SOHN. After the success of his debut album, Tremors and working with the likes of BANKS, Lana Del Rey and Rhye, fans and critics have high expectations for his follow up album. The album opens with the theatrical Hard Liquor, which initially...

Colossal Hardcore legends, Raised Fist, are about to return to Australia in support of their latest release, From the North, yet another brutally tight and crushingly accurate album. I caught up with front man Alexander ‘Alle’ Hagman to have a chat about music, passion and life. You are about to hit Australia again in...

Pete Doherty, frontman of well-loved UK band The Libertines, has returned with an incredible follow-up to his first solo album, Grace/Wastelands. The sophomore record, out on December 2nd, comes almost eight years after the release of his well-received debut. Hamburg Demonstrations is an eclectic collection of...

With the end of Jinja Safari still lingering, acclaimed artist Pepa Knight‘s solo effort blooms a brilliant new single Company and music video along with it. Both recorded and produced by the man himself, Pepa Knight finds a middle ground between mainstream anthem and indie-pop, walking the tightrope with extreme...

Darcys, Toronto’s most-loved duo, has returned with another record to please us all. Their latest release is a vivid, danceable, and imaginative record by the name of Centrefold, and it’s the perfect comeback for a duo that has been gone for what feels like a century. If there’s anything we could all use right now,...

At the turn of the millennium, a group of 4 college kids decided to mess around with trumpets, Wurlitzer’s, and french horns and decided to make one of the most influential if not most influential emo albums of all time. This group of friends was of course the legendary American Football. With their debut self-titled...

Foxygen had taken a bit of a hiatus with their last song 24 Hour Lover Man, being released over a year ago. Earlier in the week there was a bit of commotion on the band’s social media pages with updates of their avatars and a teaser video of their new song America to say the least fans were eager to find out what all...

Mapping the Rendezvous is the latest studio album by Manchester indie rock group The Courteeners. After receiving mixed reviews for their two previous albums ( 2014’s Concrete Love and 2013’s Anna), the pressure was on for the band to redeem themselves and deliver a strong, entertaining album. The second track; Kitchen;...