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Posted 18 Apr 2012 @ 6:38pm


The Feckers Cover Maiden

The Feckers have recorded an acoustic version of the Iron Maiden classic Wasted Years, featuring Irene Slade on lead vocals, Mathew Szkup on guitars, Chris Szkup on guitar and bass, and Dennis Leeflang on drums and mix. The track was mastered by Maor Applebaum and the artwork is by Dan Verkys. This is the second in the...

Posted 12 Apr 2012 @ 10:22am


Speaking from his hotel in Turin at The Big Snow – a snowboarding festival where he is playing – Zomboy explains that he is working on new music and looking out onto one of the most amazing views he’s ever experienced. “In fact, let me take a picture so you can see,” he says. Before I know it, there is a picturesque snow covered chateau with beautiful tinges of green and brown in my...

Posted 10 Apr 2012 @ 2:10pm


What started out as jamming in the family shed soon turned into something extraordinary for Stonefield. Coming from a tiny rural town just north of Melbourne, the four Findlay sisters – Amy, Hannah, Sarah and Holly, were just coming to the end of recording their first EP, Through The Clover, when their mum mentioned that they should apply for triple j’s Unearthed competition....

Posted 10 Apr 2012 @ 10:48am


Winning a band comp can certainly kick-start a career. It worked wonders for Silverchair, Grinspoon and Killing Heidi, and local metal/hardcore troupe Blood Line are hoping it will happen for them too. They recently took out first place in the prestigious Gunn Music Showcase at the Espy in St Kilda, and bigger and better shows and some serious notoriety are sure to ensue. Guitar...

Posted 5 Apr 2012 @ 4:52pm


First off, the obligatory list of nouns that may be used to describe this person; musician, traveller, actor, spoken word artist, humanitarian, author and self confessed workaholic. I can only think of two people who fit this description, and this article does not feature William Shatner (although the two did collaborate on a track). Henry Rollins is definitely a unique human, and the...

Posted 27 Mar 2012 @ 2:03pm


Back for its third year, The Aussie BBQ has become something of an institution at South By Southwest: a day party put together by Sounds Australia and featuring over 30 home-grown acts. This year it was held on one of the last days of the conference, and if the queue out the front was anything to go by, Australians had fared damn well in Austin.


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Posted 15 Feb 2012 @ 2:24pm


So then, what’s the band name and what do you ‘do’ in the band?
We're called TV Snow and I play guitar.


Bearing the terrible clichéd nature of this question, what do you reckon people will say you sound like?
A mix of Bombay Bicycle Club, and Silversun Pickups, plus a sprinkle of awesome.


What do you love about making music?

Posted 14 Feb 2012 @ 2:49pm


Normal bands first get together, maybe release an EP or two, then unleash the ever-important debut album... Floating Me is not a normal or average band in any sense of the word, with its members opting to do things the opposite way by conceptualising their first record, then officially proclaiming themselves a collective. Frontman, and ex-Scary Mother vocalist, Andrew Gillespie...

Posted 19 Jan 2012 @ 1:11pm

Toronto-based duo Zeds Dead – made up of the high energy duo DC and Hooks – have been making beats together since 2004, but a massive year has seen their international profile skyrocket. Zeds Dead's numerous productions have garnered millions of views on YouTube, topped the charts on Beatport, and earned them the support of the world’s top DJs, all in a very short time.



Posted 11 Jan 2012 @ 10:36am

After speaking to Vengaboys' Kim Sasabone from her hotel in Norway and sadly not from the Vengabus where I imagine she became tired of constantly picking up strangers and occasionally stopping to perform synchronised dance routines around the bus, I can confirm that the group still like to party. The Dutch group were once worldwide pop music icons, selling 15 million albums and reaching number...


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