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Posted 1 May 2012 @ 10:58am

 

Anyone who had the first edition of SingStar will be familiar with the hit song I Believe In A Thing Called Love performed by British glam rock band, The Darkness. Any bona fide fans of The Darkness will also know that they have been off the map for damn near six years now. Throw in some rock star drama including drug addictions, band break ups and rehab; it is clear to see the hiatus...

Posted 5 Apr 2012 @ 4:56pm

 

Vincent Neff can finally spend some time reflecting. After four arduous years spent crafting Django Django’s self-titled debut in an east London bedroom with his old art school buddy, drummer David MacLean, Neff is happy to look back on the time spent building not only their incredibly catchy and eclectic full-length, but the expectations which the band had four years ago.

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Posted 15 Mar 2012 @ 3:18pm

It's been quite a while since Xavier Rudd has released a solo album. His last release was 2010's Koonyum Sun, credited to Xavier Rudd and Izintaba, and before that his most recent solo record is 2008's Dark Shades Of Blue. Rudd recently returned to the studio to record a new batch of songs and an interesting theme to knit them together, the first taste of which is Follow The Sun, a...

Posted 15 Mar 2012 @ 3:11pm

 

For Starsailor fans, it’s been a long time between drinks. Last gracing our shores nearly a decade ago, the wait for the UK four-piece to return has looked indefinite ever since the group went on ‘official hiatus’ a few years ago. Luckily, fans will get the next best thing this March when frontman James Walsh brings his solo show down-under. Still possessed of his genteel, vibrato-...

Posted 22 Feb 2012 @ 10:39am

 

Vanessa Amorosi’s story of discovery and rise to fame is fairly standard up to a certain point; Young Melbourne girl discovered singing in shopping centre by certified hit-maker, Mark Holden - success ensues. However, Amorosi’s subsequent annihilation of her ‘singing starlet’ image and break from Holden have over time resulted in some ‘serious artist’ allegations, and ‘good girl gone...

Posted 10 Feb 2012 @ 11:33am

 

What are your names? Oh. And the name of your band…
My name is Raul Sanchez... and my name is Elissa Rose and the Band is called River of Snakes

 

And what do you do?
Raul: I play fuzzed out guitar, sing, scream, jump around, and act like an idiot.
Elissa: I play Bass and sing.

 

When did you start doing that?
Raul: I think I was born...

Posted 2 Feb 2012 @ 7:57am

 

Amy Lee from American gothic rock outfit Evanescence turned 30 years old in December 2011. Her band formed in 1995, and so if you do the maths she was just in her mid teens when she put together the outfit that has gone on to sell records in the tens of millions, win Grammy Awards and gain all sorts of other awards, accolades and successes since. However, she tends not to view this in...

Posted 25 Jan 2012 @ 7:26am

Curator of Kling Klong and Session Deluxe's stellar roster of artists, it comes as no surprise that Martin Eyerer's skills behind the decks is similarly to-die-for. 

 

Spanning minimal techno, deep house and everything else you could possibly think of, Eyerer's twenty years as a DJ and producer have earned him respect from the likes of mates Gui Boratto, Oliver Koletzki, and...

Posted 17 Jan 2012 @ 12:58pm

It’s been a long time coming for California’s Aloe Blacc, from his humble beginnings as a rapper-singer hybrid to his current worldwide acclaim. An example of talent defying industry politics, his full skill set is now being realised by a wider audience. As we welcome the year of the supposed apocalypse the gathered masses at Trak Bar in Toorak kicked off things in care-free style with some...

Posted 5 Jan 2012 @ 9:34am

Steven Ellison’s role as an unofficial ambassador for the bass music scene that is rapidly gaining traction in the clubbing scene of Los Angeles as well as on an international scale is one many would recognize. As the owner of one of the scene’s most well-known labels Brainfeeder, which plays host to all manner of electronica luminaries including Martyn, Thundercat, Tokimonsta and an...

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