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No Doubt

Posted 25 Oct 2012 @ 2:48pm

Push And Shove is No Doubt’s comeback after nearly a decade away, but it doesn’t make any concessions to current pop music trends. There are no Nicki Minaj guest spots to be found here, and there’s no talk of party rock anthems or being on the floor – this is a No Doubt album through and through.


A collection of shiny dancehall and new wave-inspired pop songs, Push And Shove...

Posted 2 Dec 2011 @ 9:12am

Are you an ACMI member, or do you want to be? Well, if so you'll need to know the new way to purchase tickets online. 


The national hub has just launched a new online ticketing system insisting faster and easier purchasing. In similarity to many online ticketing services, ACMI's new system enables purchasing at home, printing the tickets and avoiding the queue. If you're...

Posted 18 Nov 2011 @ 10:54am

Better get your move on!


We’ve just got word that Brazillian party-starters CSS have plans to head down to Australia to give us another taste of their refreshingly twisted, hypercolour dancefloor fodder. Having toured with the likes of Gwen Stefani, Ladytron and Diplo as well as their own headline shows across the world, their self-titled debut release (featuring singles such...

Posted 16 Nov 2011 @ 1:02pm

The second single from Skying is a dull rehash of New Order's New Romantic/proto-electronic sound, with a middling hook and some limp sonic explosions.

Posted 4 Oct 2011 @ 1:20pm

Sick of all this drip-feed lineup announcement bullshit? Well we have good news for you, the first lineup announcement for Soundwave 2012 will be served up in one single meaty serving this Friday.


Though promising not to drip-feed the official announcement, many hints and pseudo-confirmations have taken place over the past few months.


Soundwave Revolution...

Posted 27 Sep 2011 @ 12:43pm

The FReeZACentral Mentoring program, a Victorian government initiative to help young Victorians break into the music industry, was quite sadly axed by the current Liberal administration in a frenzy of budget cuts that deeply affected the arts community. The last compilation of music, the appropriately named Mixtape, was released in August, featuring a veritable smorgasbord of  emerging and...

Posted 21 Sep 2011 @ 9:30am

“It’s just one of those CDs that if you love NRG then you will love it. If you don't really know about NRG, then I'd say it’s just the perfect sound for everything – the barbecue, training and it’s the perfect mix for in the car.” Having gained a fanbase for his work on Wild FM back when he was 17, superstar DJ Alex K (which slips off the tongue slightly quicker than Alex Karbouris) has since...

Posted 8 Jul 2011 @ 1:02pm

Miami Girls leans very heavily on the sound of The Strokes, with its bouncing rhythm and guitar-driven disco-rock melody, but it's a worthy homage. A tidy little dancefloor-filler from this new Melbourne five-piece, with an infectious little hook.

Posted 13 May 2011 @ 9:58am


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