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Posted 23 Feb 2012 @ 10:31am

R&B megastar Frank Ocean has cancelled his Australian appearances at the eleventh hour.

 

A statement released from Future Entertainment reads:

 

"Future Entertainment are sad to announce that due to the delay of his debut album, Frank Ocean will no longer feature on the Future Music Festival bill this March.

 

Information received from his...

Posted 26 Jan 2012 @ 6:56am

 

First Aid Kit often get compared to Fleet Foxes, perhaps due to them getting their big break via their YouTube cover of Tiger Mountain Peasant Song. Aside from I Found A Way having the same romantic urgency and wavering flutes of Your Protector, Johanna and Klara Soderber’s assured second album cementstheir sound as something quite different - younger, subtler and leaning a lotcloser...

Posted 25 Jan 2012 @ 4:19pm

I think ONJ is probably a nice woman, but the disaster of her Toni Basil cover is only paralleled by the disaster that is her plastic surgery. Lifted from the soundtrack to A Few Best Men –a terrifying return to filmmaking by Priscilla director Stephan Elliot – this queer-as-fuck electro house interpretation of the tongue-in-cheek classic is as tacky as the film’s premise.

Posted 18 Jan 2012 @ 3:02pm


The first cut from the third Children Collide album is aggressive and psychedelic, with a steady ticking rhythm that evokes Madchester-era dance rock. Think Primal Scream with a dash of Porno For Pyros, and epic, strutting lyrics.

Posted 24 Nov 2011 @ 9:15am

Justice's † earned them a legion of fans, won over by their dance floor-friendly electro-disco tunes. Their second album Audio, Video, Disco will divide them.

 

Instead of producing another album of easily digestible club bangers, Gaspard Augé and Xavier De Rosay challenge the listener with a harder, prog-rock sound. While this will not please everyone (and perhaps for this...

Posted 11 Nov 2011 @ 1:07pm

Swiss duo In Flagranti have been front and centre of the recent disco revival with remixes for WhoMadeWho and Black Devil Disco Club thrusting them into the spotlight of the blog era circa 2006-2007. After cutting their teeth on the Internet they gained further accolades with their 2008 album Sounds Superb and thus solidifying their reputation as dirty disco...

Posted 27 Oct 2011 @ 11:16am

HEY BRO... HOW IS LIFE IN THE E37 CAMP?


All's well my friend. Currently hatching a plot for the release of our up coming DVD, film clip and writing for the new album.

 

YOU ARE A PRETTY DYNAMIC FRONT PERSON, WHO WERE THE TWO MAIN FRONT PERSON'S THAT MADE YOU THE PERFORMER THAT YOU ARE TODAY?

 

Firstly my Dad. I started touring the South...

Posted 26 Oct 2011 @ 3:26pm

We get dropped into Why I Love You right at the chorus. Why fuck around with all that delayed gratification business when the Jay-Z/Kanye machine can open with a hearty stab of adrenalin? Dulcet, creepy, distorted adrenalin! Followed by taffy-pulled samples that sound vaguely like Abba and gunning, tripping, masterful rhymes. Amazing.

Posted 18 Oct 2011 @ 9:52am

Did you know there was once a time when Melbourne was to be called Batmania? How fucking awesome is that? Instead, we're left with The Fearless Vampire Killers' equally awesome new record Batmania. To celebrate the album's launch, TFVK are hitting East Brunswick Club for a massive headline show.

 

The album launch comes after the lads' support slot on Lanie Lane's sprawling...

Posted 4 Oct 2011 @ 1:45pm

Four years on the scene has been long enough for RvP to rid themselves of a few extraneous influences, and as a result their second effort is a much more cohesive whole than 2009 debut Daughter of Sunshine. All those late night gigs have helped recalibrate their sound, and Let Music & Bodies Unite is testament to the gradual toggle of the switch from melody to party. The mess of...

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