Music

The electronic music industry as a whole is filled with many forks in the road. Knowing which way to turn as an artist can be the difference between aligning yourself with your new family. To, on the other hand, being exploited by the sharks. Ahead of their upcoming sets at Strawberry Fields, we caught up with Tim...

Aside from the announcement of an imminent Australian tour set for the beginning of 2018, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have recently unveiled their first new track, Spray Paint Love, since dropping the sophomore album Modern Ruin back in January. Modern Ruin itself was a step above debut album Blossom, and Spray...

Darkness fell on North Melbourne’s Meat Market before DMA’S arrived on stage. The show opened with Tommy O’Dell’s distinct vocals and Johnny Took’s acoustic guitar on the quiet opening of So We Know. At the song’s crescendo, guitarist and backing vocalist Matt Mason and the three members of DMA’S touring band joined...

Contemporary indie music often adopts a sense of creative ambiguity which leaves it open to various interpretations. This is often the endearing characteristic of the genre which has been cultivated over the years. However, UK based indie artist YUNGBLUD introduces an intriguing familiarity to a diverse yet young...

Every month thousands of killer albums release and we are dedicated to keeping you up to date with the best. At the end of each month, a Savage Thrills writer will recap on what is worthy of a listen and why you should give it a spin. Savage Thrills writers take turns trawling for music and offering it up. Courtney...

In the sunshine city, it was time to catch up with Jeremy Neale to discuss his new solo debut album. Sitting in the warmth of the valleys premier brunch cafe the Pony Cat it immediately became apparent at how much love Neale puts into the art of creating music. The passion that Neale has put into his solo effort is...

An Audible Over the last few years, Listen Out has grown to be a favourite on the Australian festival music scene. With worldwide acts and many local, Listen Out proves to balance out nicely. This year’s lineup consisted of acts such as Future, Getter, SAFIA, and Mac Miller. However, with Future pulling out,...

Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory was the place to be last Saturday night, as here, Lakyn was performing one of the last shows on his Australia-wide ‘for my amigos’ tour. Heading in, the venue was filled with the psychedelic, grungy sound of New Zealand duo, Dual. With boundless energy, impressive vocals and a clear sense...

From the darkest of shadow’s, Shaolin’s finest ninjas are back from the boroughs after three long years. For over twenty-five years the Wu Tang Clan have spit rhymes like lyrics get hard quick cement to the ground. Conjuring up some of the grittiest hip-hop tracks throughout the 90’s and long into the 2000’s Wu...

Oscar & Tim better known by their stage name Holy Holy sold-out national headline tour earlier this year performing their biggest venues to date, Holy Holy has today announced the Love Is For Amateurs Tour alongside a series of festival dates. With a growing reputation for their virtuosic and dynamic live show, this...