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Posted 25 May 2014 @ 11:04am

The legendary Bob Dylan will return to Australia later this year.


Upon the celebration of this legend’s 73rd birthday, Dylan is returning to Australia and New Zealand for a month-long tour, performing in some of the most iconic theatre venues in the country.
Update: a third show has been added.
Update #2: a fourth show has been added.

Posted 2 Oct 2012 @ 4:09pm

Ever since he gave the proverbial one-finger salute to his precious folkie audience almost 50 years ago, critics, punters and any half-witted industry type has been condemning Bob Dylan to the garbage bin of musical history. But still Bob keeps coming back, sometimes good, sometimes strange, always intriguing. 


So what does Bob Dylan have left to say in 2012? Judging by Dylan’s...

Posted 25 Jul 2012 @ 1:40pm

Gearing up to hit Australia for the first time with the Tim And Eric Awesome Tour, Tim Heidecker has released a 15-minute-long song about the Titanic.


The track preempts a track from Bob Dylan's upcoming LP, which reportedly contains a track of similar length on the same topic. 

Here's Tim's statement on the release.


"Last month I read that Bob Dylan's...

Posted 20 Jun 2012 @ 12:52pm

Somewhere around 1965, Bob Dylan morphed from folk pop star to perpetually contrarian artist. Born Robert Zimmerman in Minnesota in 1941, by the early '60s, the middle-class Zimmerman had reinvented himself as Bob Dylan, a hokie folk singer channelling the radical spirit of Woody Guthrie. By 1965 Dylan, tired of the inherent limitations of traditional folk music, had teamed up with a crack...

Posted 1 May 2012 @ 11:14am

So then, what’s the band name and what do you ‘do’ in the band?
The band is called earl and you've got all of us. Troy – guitars and all things tech. Tom – drums. Jackson – slappin' the bass, and myself, Mark – vocals and guitar.

Bearing the terrible clichéd nature of this question, what do you reckon people will say you sound like?
Pop-rock. No one has told us we sound like...

Posted 27 Apr 2012 @ 3:37pm

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Bob Dylan’s debut The Basement Birds, Eskimo Joe’s Kav Temperley, Josh Pyke, Jebediah’s Kevin Mitchell, Holly Throsby, and Patience Hodgson will be accompanied by a six-piece band under the musical direction of Even’s Ash Naylor, are teaming up for a tour in honour of Bob Dylan, performing an array of songs from right across...

Posted 25 Apr 2012 @ 10:13pm


In a very cosmic turn of events, it was a visit to a psychic some ten years or so earlier that informed singer Troy Lempriere that he would end up writing songs and performing in  Sound Of Troy with its creative brains trust, guitarist Sam Labruna, as he explained to us recently from his home in Melbourne.



“I'm not spiritual...

Posted 24 Apr 2012 @ 10:19am


That one day in, uh, June that we like to remember is back in full force this year, with the much-loved Reclink Community Cup returning to Elsternwick after a cameo visit in Sydney earlier in the year.


Just as last year's theme was the dark prince Nick Cave, this year's motif will be that of The Cramps.


Each band performing on the day will slot a...

Posted 18 Apr 2012 @ 2:00pm


Taken from their forthcoming sophomore album, Gun Has No Trigger sees the Dirty Projectors folding an crooning soul rock melody – something Simply Red might have toyed with, back in the day – into an increasingly strident harmony by the band’s idiosyncratic female vocalists. Such a strange brew I had to hear it a few times before I realised it was genius.



Posted 5 Apr 2012 @ 4:38pm


Director of Bombay Beach, Alma Har’el, has a genuine love of the desert. Born in Israel, the commercial and music video director comments that she feels most alive where everything is dead. As a child she left the city just to “hear my thoughts and feel my heart” escaping to Armon. Her first feature film, Bombay Beach, demonstrates Har’el’s fascination with the desert through her...


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