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2006 albums

Posted 18 Apr 2012 @ 3:19pm


If you’re looking for slick production, atmospheric soundscapes or catchy pop hooks, you best look elsewhere. If you dig fat, bawdy grooves, lots of exuberant hollering and music that’s generally free of spit and polish, then Sherriff are your bag.


This is the Melbourne three-piece’s debut EP, and it’s a raw and beer-soaked as it is fun. This band’s music sounds like...

Posted 10 Apr 2012 @ 10:40am


Forming only a couple of years ago, this Melbourne based pop-rock four piece have literally dreamt up a very unique and different way of marketing their music and getting it out there to music loving punters across Australia and the rest of the world, as lead vocalist/guitarist/keysman Ryan Wodson explains.


“We were burning two of the tracks off our EP [for people],...

Posted 3 Apr 2012 @ 3:00pm

Cat's out of the bag, thanks to a sneaky tweet some of us at the Beat offices were sharp enough to catch!


Stereosonic - the yearly festival synonymous with the beginning of the summer party season for many a clubber in Australia is one we all look forward to year in and year out, and with none other than Tiesto taking out the headline slot, it should be a non-stop party. Many...

Posted 3 Apr 2012 @ 10:59am


Has it really been a full twelve months since we’ve heard or seen from Yacht Club DJs, Australia’s leading purveyors of mash-ups par excellence? Having spent nearly three solid years touring Australia, in both regional headline tours as well as a regular fixture of major festivals like Big Day Out, Splendour In The Grass, Parklife and Falls, the partners in crime – Gareth ‘Gaz’...

Posted 30 Mar 2012 @ 4:35pm

This April, writer, director, cinematographer and artist, Warwick Thornton, will join the team at ACMI as he reveals his top five films of all time in ACMI’s popular Desert Island Flicks program. 


Having developed an extensive body of work as a cinematographer and short film director, with titles such as Green Bush and Nana, Thornton made a splash with his debut feature, Samson...

Posted 15 Mar 2012 @ 3:18pm

It's been quite a while since Xavier Rudd has released a solo album. His last release was 2010's Koonyum Sun, credited to Xavier Rudd and Izintaba, and before that his most recent solo record is 2008's Dark Shades Of Blue. Rudd recently returned to the studio to record a new batch of songs and an interesting theme to knit them together, the first taste of which is Follow The Sun, a...

Posted 13 Mar 2012 @ 2:59pm


So then, what’s the band name and what do you ‘do’ in the band? 

The band name is The Bearded Gypsy Band. We draw sounds and influences from around the world, and throw them together to create an eclectic sound.


Bearing the terrible clichéd nature of this question, what do you reckon people will say you sound like?

People often have mixed responses, but...

Posted 7 Mar 2012 @ 2:47pm

Oscar Mulero's enduring presence in the world of techno is a testament to his continued relevance as a passionate collector of timeless techno classics with a finger on the pulse of electronic music - from the end of the eighties all the way up to today.


No stranger to the endless crowds of Sonar and Movement, last year saw him release his debut full-length album Grey Fades to...

Posted 29 Feb 2012 @ 9:39am


I like Graham Coxon. When I was eighteen, he told me I my life was full of possibility. It was 1997, and we were having a drink in the bar of a shitty hotel in Adelaide and I was complaining about having a small life in a small town, my fear of being trapped in a small town forever, and he told me I shouldn’t assume anything about the future. He also said be careful what you wish for...

Posted 24 Feb 2012 @ 10:16am

Molly Meldrum has publicly released a statement expressing his appreciation for the support he's received throughout his recovery from a horrifying fall while putting up Christmas decorations in December last year.


"Although I am not ready yet, I can't wait to go home, to look after Ziggy, to see my friends, and to properly thank them, my family and the hundreds of people who...


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