Posts Tagged ‘Music’

People say “do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life,” – man of many talents Sean Dwyer seems to be the living embodiment of this mantra. The Melbourne-based photographer, graphic designer, guitarist for bands The Deloraines and Dozeys, and (occasional) booking agent must be one of the East Coast’s...

Bordo, who is made up of French residents Matt and Vinz among other commonalities share a love of wine and Italy, indicating why the name of their act is derived from the colour of a mutually appreciated drink and the Italian translation for on board (as they want to invite people to come cruise with them). The...

In the midst of a near sold-out Australian tour, today James Vincent McMorrow premieres a new video for his latest single One Thousand Times, from his ground-breaking 2016 album We Move. The third official single to be released from critically acclaimed album, it follows in the footsteps of the massive singles Get Low...

A year ago the french electronic duo composed by Guillaume and Jonathan Alric The Blaze emerged with a terrific single Virile and an emotional music video into the sleepy parisian suburbs which ended up symbolising what a bromance is pretty well, an ode to friendship between two men. The Blaze are back with a second...

2017 is shaping up to be another exciting year for New Zealand music. After laboring away for more than half a decade, artists such as Nadia Reid, Fazerdaze and Aldous Harding are finally receiving due attention from well regarded taste makers and music publications alike. One name not to be ignored from this pool of...

France’s most world renown electronic music act Daft Punk has just turned heads from all corners of creativity with the announcement of the duo’s first ever pop-up effort, that will take place next week in Los Angeles. As mentioned, the pop-up experience will be held in the sunny City of Angels, at a unique...

Somewhere between London’s zebra-striped mists electric blue and the blinding brightness of the Malian atmospheres. Somewhere between the cities night-spleen and the heavens, Alice Roosevelt takes its own road. The french band found its inspiration on the surface, where everything becomes confused and faint. Their...

FRENCH WAVES has made the history of French electronic music come alive through its documentary, web series, international tour, and immersive website. Starting in the 1990s with the genre’s creation in Detroit and Chicago, followed by an exploration of rave culture and the French Touch movement, and ending with the...

While the rest of us mere humans wrestle with our creativity, Coolangatta’s Jay Jermyn wipes the floor clean with multiple mediums that he rides like one big artistic wave. Ever changing and shifting, much like the ocean tides under various moons, his work spans from fluid visual works of exploration to musical...

Love to Praise You is the latest track from Melbourne-based  indie rock group Postblue. The trio are renowned for their creative  and diverse sound and have been dubbed as one of Australia’s most exciting up and coming bands. The track adopts a dreamy psyche rock tone; akin to the likes of The Brian Jonestown Massacre...