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Posted 30 Apr 2012 @ 5:02pm
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What could you do, or even do without, every day for 21 days to help homeless young people? Take the 21 Challenge, that’s what. OFA’s 21 Challenge is your chance to help homeless youth by doing something you love, perhaps something you don’t love, or maybe something you’ve never done before, for 21 continuous days in June. Unlike similar challenges, it’s all up to personal preference...

Posted 26 Apr 2012 @ 6:54am
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Moroccan Kings are major up-and-comers on the Melbourne alternative rock scene. Though they fit fairly comfortably within our musical landscape, the outfit are doing things just a little differently. They’re set to release their brand new single, Grizzly Bear, with accompanying video, and while the song itself is ready to go, it's been a mad scramble to have the self-...

Posted 25 Apr 2012 @ 7:02pm
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You know what, fine. You want to have your little culture-decaying reality series, you go right ahead. Get middle Australia to boo and hiss and applaud like bunch of Pavlovian Hunger Games-watching bitches while you trot out inanimate goofball after inanimate goofball with the presumption that Australia’s Got Talent and Kyle Sandilands is the right pig to sniff it out. Go nuts, please...

Posted 17 Apr 2012 @ 4:04pm
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When Jonathon O’Neill, vocalist of Melbourne four-piece Loki answers the phone on a Friday night, he’s in the middle of reading a good book. While many through the city are gearing up to spend their hard-earned dollars on possible liver damage, O’Neill opts for My Heart Wanders by Pia Jane Bijkerk.

 

 

“It’s about a lady who’s traveled around and made homes around...

Posted 2 Apr 2012 @ 7:19am
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Define your genre in five words or less.

Fuzzy, goodtime, PsychRock.

 

If you could travel back in time and show one of your musical heroes your stuff, who would it be and why? 

Mozart, so we could give him LSD and he could arrange some strings for our next album.

 

When’s the gig and with who?

Tuesday April 3, with our very good...

Posted 24 Feb 2012 @ 7:30am
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Define your genre in five words or less:

Melodic pop/rock.

 

So, someone is walking past as you guys are playing, they then go get a beer and tell their friend about you... what do they say? 
Dude, that guy can sing!

 

How long have you been gigging and writing?
I’m 23, and I wrote my first song when I was 14...

Posted 15 Feb 2012 @ 1:50pm
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“It was lovely lying in bed, luxuriating in my curlers naked, talking to you.” Julie Atlas Muz manages to purr even when her throat is cigarette-style croaky after sleep. She’s on the phone in Sète, France, yawning constantly. From what I’ve gathered during our conversation, she’s really coming across as a reserved type.

 

Muz is an experienced burlesque performer with...

Posted 9 Jan 2012 @ 9:01am
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When soaring Portland, Oregon [by way of Alaska] rock collective Portugal. The Man (yes, the errant full stop is part of their title) touch down in Aus­tralia for the upcoming Laneway Festival, you can forgive them for being a little overcautious in regards to the storage of their instruments. You see, the band’s entire arsenal of gear went missing along with their tour van in Chicago...

Posted 6 Jan 2012 @ 11:43am
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Scotland’s hardest working merchants of distortion are back with a follow-up to their mostly acclaimed Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will. In typical Mogwai fashion, the five man band have taken what is perceived to be their sound on yet another detour. The Earth Division EP finds their tried-and-true aggression being expanded to explore all of its melodic scope. Hell, you...

Posted 6 Jan 2012 @ 10:29am
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Taking their name from the lead character of Jack Kerouac’s absolutely brilliant classic work On The Road, Moriarty, a six-piece theatrical old world musical troupe (with country underpinnings!), first formed in 1995 in France. Consisting of members born mostly to American parents, their music is nearly impossible to describe. Equal parts French pop, Irish folk, country and western,...

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