Posts Tagged ‘rock’

Billabong released this week Iggy Pop x Billabong LAB collection, an exclusive apparel and accessory collaboration with one of the world’s most legendary and iconic musicians. The collaboration with Billabong, whose Spring ’18 collection is inspired by the punk soundtrack of the late ’80s and ’90s is fitting as...

“We do that at every gig. It’s been part of our show for years now because its important man.” Said Frank Carter as we spoke about the 2016 Australian tour where Frank made headlines with talking onstage about Gender Equality and calling for an all-female stage dive. At a time where more and more A-listers are finally...

Local Northern Sydney indie-punkers Crocodylus unleash their new single Christian Syrups to the masses. The tune boasts the classic Aussie garage-rock sound akin of Drunk Mums and The Pinheads, that the band is renowned for. Vocalists and bandmates Josh Williams and Stephen Sacco craft the track with “contrasting,...

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...

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...

Metz have returned with new single, Cellophane. A welcome interlude to the group’s forthcoming album, Strange Peace; a venture which comes as a result of four days tracking, live-to-tape, with producing legend, Steve Albini. “The songs on Strange Peace are about uncertainty” The Toronto trio explain....

Fiercely independent and at risk of blowing a fuse, Sydney’s Wild Honey comes through today with new single Break Away, the first track off their upcoming debut full-length album. Recorded with Jack Moffitt (The Preatures, Mosquito Coast) and mixed by Doug Boehm (Girls, Dune Rats), Break Away serves as an anthemic call...

Victorian rock outfit Gold Class have been making waves across the world, having just come off of a European tour and recently announcing an expansive nationwide tour off the back of their new single, Twist in the Dark. The band took some time out to have a chat about the new single, their upcoming album, and various...

Radiohead have premiered I Promise, the first previously unreleased track to be unearthed from their forthcoming OK Computer reissue. OKNOTOK will also house previously unreleased tracks Lift and Man of War as well as a remastered version of the original album and eight B-sides. Each song is newly remastered from the...

There’s something so homely about Dappled Cities recent outing Five. Everything feels in its right place; ebbs and flows so elegantly that you feel like you’re a part of the album. And maybe that’s what makes me love ‘Five’ so much. All the bass lines, the high-pitched vocals, the reverb, oh god that reverb. It’s an...