The Meredith Music Festival has been and gone, and now it’s time for festival friends to recount fond memories of the Supernatural Amphitheatre. Day one, aside from being the start of the festival, was also the beginning of scepticism from the majority of the festival goers towards commonplace meteorology. The cataclysmic thunderstorms that were a popular call for professional weather types eventuated [...]
With only a little while to go until the Australian music industry gathers for the 25TH Anniversary ARIA Awards, the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) today announced the final five finalists in the Public Voted categories.
That’s right, Splendour In The Grass is almost here. And to get you all into the spirit we’ve got a little video showcasing some sights and sounds you’re likely to come across on your ‘Splendour’ journey.
The Holidays have just returned from their first ever shows in the USA, where they gave the Northern Hemisphere a taste of the Australian summer. The band made a huge impact at shows in Austin at SXSW, NY, LA and the pre-party for Cee Lo Green and The Ting Tings Redbull Soundclash in Vegas.
Australia’s own princes of the dance-floor Cut Copy are back with their most ambitious, and I dare say, most polished album to date with Zonoscope.
This May, Cut Copy will galavant Australia unleashing upon audiences their brand new live show that will surely see the masses with hands-in-the-air rejoicing in a choir of unison to these future-pop gems.
Melbourne’s finest Cut Copy are proud to unleash Take Me Over, the first official single from their third and most ambitious long-player to date, Zonoscope. The new single is also available to buy NOW from all fine digital retailers and will be dropped on 12″ vinyl in the very near future.
There’s a lot going on in the Cut Copy world. The band have been hard at work finishing their new, as-yet-untitled third album (due early 2011) and will mix the much-awaited opus with Ben Allen (Gnarls Barkley, Animal Collective) this coming August.