Yes, it’s that time of the month again when the lovely people over at Triple J release their equally as lovely Triple J Magazine. And as always, it is simply bursting with musical goodness…as well as a brand new bigger size and bi-monthly circulation!
That special somebody that you use to know, Kimbra has recently announced a national tour.
Anyway, through the wonders of video recording technology, here’s what happened only hours ago on Jimmy Kimmel LIve when Gotye delighted millions of folk across the US with Somebody I Use To Know and Eyes Wide Open.
triple j’s Tom & Alex have just announced Gotye’s Somebody That I Used To Know (Feat Kimbra) as the number one song in the Hottest 100 of 2011, as voted by triple j listeners.
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.
Indie dance, electro punk, hip-hop jams – The Falls Music & Arts Festival has it all. Shuffling, spinning, stepping, shifting – whichever way you dance, The Falls Music & Arts Festival has the tunes to match your style more than covered.
Have you heard? The Falls Music & Arts Festival is cooking this year, adding An Horse, CSS, John Butler Trio, Kimbra, Scratch Perverts and The Head & The Heart to an already massive line-up. True to form, the Lorne event sold-out when tickets went on sale , and thousands of interstaters are now making plans [...]
This week marks the first time that Gotye has experienced the dark and sinister side of the music industry when his sinlge Somebody That I Use To Know was leaked nearly a week early. It’s one of those bittersweet moments, I suppose. Because as bad as we feel for Mr De Backer, we’re not going to lie and deny our joy at being able to share this amazing song and accompanying film clip with you all.
As you may or may not know, this weekend is your last chance to get in on the fun of the St Kilda festival. Starting last Saturday 5th, the festival comes to an official end this Sunday with Festival Sunday – an entirely FREE day of live music across NINE stages.