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Posted 18 Apr 2012 @ 8:19am

Define your genre in five words or less:

A soul/roots sound with a raw feel.


What do you love about making music?

Like all original artists/bands, we love that when we discover a song, it’s ours. Playing some chords or singing a melody, when a song arises and it feels right, in that moment, there’s something special when you realise it’s yours....

Posted 3 Apr 2012 @ 2:48pm

Port Fairy might sound like a quiet hamlet of elderlies, but a few weekends ago, more than 150,000 folk fans spilled through the little town for the annual Port Fairy Folk Music Festival. And it would seem, from the turnout on Thursday March 15, that a large portion of them were floored by London four-piece ahab. Hailing from the borough of Hackney, ahab’s sound is straight from...

Posted 23 Mar 2012 @ 3:53pm

Having recently established their own label Works the Long Nights together, the duo that are Pariah and Blawan will certainly have some late evenings working together – especially on the back of the announcement that they’ll be making their first excursions down to Australia together in the next few months.


Originally from Scotland, Pariah relocated to London to pursue a...

Posted 8 Mar 2012 @ 9:48am


Any team that’s been referred to as ‘Tom Waits meets The Mighty Boosh’ by The Guardian are a group we should all want to get to know. As luck would have it, they’re in Melbourne right now, on the brink of performing their first show down under in two years. You read right folks – The Suitcase Royale is back in town – and they’re about to kick off their Australian tour of their...

Posted 7 Mar 2012 @ 2:47pm

Sorry, friends – we were looking forward to South London rapper Tinie Tempah, BBC Radio One’s Zane Lowe and dubstep powerhouse Chase and Status taking over Festival Hall, too.


Unfortunately, as Future Entertainment have just announced, it seems it’s no longer to be – due to circumstances beyond their control, all Australian sideshows have been pulled at the eleventh hour. What...

Posted 9 Feb 2012 @ 12:02pm


Whether you’re a fan of the underground or the mainstream charts – if you haven’t heard Tinie Tempah’s mentioned over the past few years, you clearly haven’t been paying attention. The South-London born and bred rapper, known to his parents as Patrick Chukwuemeka Okogwu,  might only have released his debut single early in 2010, but that hasn’t stopped him from shredding through the...

Posted 6 Feb 2012 @ 5:26pm


Effortless, laidback cool is something that seems instinctive to London-born and New York-based Ninja Tune stalwart Simon Green, better known through his production alias Bonobo. With ten years worth of expansive, breezy electronica to his name that’s much-lauded by fellow musicians and music critics, it’s no wonder that news of his first live tour of Australia was met with enough...

Posted 30 Jan 2012 @ 2:50pm


How do you finish a banner year after releasing a critically-acclaimed sophomore record? Well, if you’re contemporary folk act The Unthanks, by releasing a live album of covers, of course. An eclectic one at that.


Doing exactly what it says on the tin, Diversions is an unedited audio document of a one-off performance at the Union Chapel in London, in which the baroque...

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 11 Oct 2011 @ 10:04am

When the stakes are high - what would you do for your family? This is the question UK playwright Dennis Kelly explores in the Victorian premiere of the psychological thriller Orphans . Presented by Red Stitch Theatre, lead character Danny - played by actor Philip Hayden - takes the audience on an emotionally-charged journey that makes us think twice about how far we would go to...


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