Dark Mean – Happy Banjo Part 2

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Splendour In the Grass 2014 Full Lineup

Splendour in the Grass rolls around again with another huge list of artists gracing the Byron Bay stage. This year’s bill is a musical Mecca, headed up by recently-reformed hip-hop superstars Outkast in what will be their only Australian show. Joining them at the top of the bill are acts like Two Door Cinema Club, Lily Allen, Foster The

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Lyon Apprentice

Australian brother duo ‘Lyon Apprentice’ will digitally release their debut EP ‘Be Honest, Be Wild, Be Free’ worldwide on Friday April 4th through Canvas Sounds. The EP was co-produced by Mark Myers (The Middle East, Emma Louise) and mixed by Catherine Marks (Foals, Death Cab For Cutie), which showcases an impressive debut across the five tracks. <>Their

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Dustin Tebbutt’s new single ‘Bones’

Following the release of his acclaimed debut EP, ‘The Breach’, triple j unearthed artist & j award nominee, Dustin Tebbutt delivers another tenderly sculpted song with his new single ‘Bones.’  Earlier this year Dustin’s debut single, ‘The Breach’ was embraced with heavy rotation on triple j, and entered in the Top 50 on the station’s Hottest 100 annual poll. The song also felt love abroad receiving spins fromZane Lowe at BBC Radio One, along

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Lorde Australian Tour

Australia’s favourite artist/adopted daughter Lorde is pleased to announce a run of huge dates around the country next month. Since emerging just 18 months ago, the 17 year old’s achievements have been numerous and significant, thanks to a string of instant-classic singles (Royals, Tennis Court, Team) and a classy debut, Pure Heroine: 350 million+ Youtube

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OS Watch: Nick Mulvey

2014 starts as 2013 concluded for young Nick Mulvey, as he prepares his third release in the lead up to the release of his debut album. Since parting ways with his former band Portico Quartet to focus on this solo venture, the journey couldn’t have been kinder in such a short space of time, and the year

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Art vs Science – Create//Destroy Video

Directed by long-term collaborator Alex Roberts (Magic Fountain, Parlez-Vous Francais?) and his new co-conspirator, Sally Roberts, it tells the tale of a young boy and his efforts at winning the heart of a girl in an oddball suburbia. Art vs Science – The Create/Destroy Tour Presented by Channel [V] and FasterLouder Tickets on sale now. Fri 4th April: Adelaide Uni Bar

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James Bennett – Colorful Kites

I’ll state this first just so everyone is thoroughly aware, I’m a sucker for a harmonica. They radiate good vibes and should be compulsory for Monday’s. Hence when I stumbled across 23 year old, James Bennett’s latest single ‘Colorful Kites‘ I thought it needed to be shared. His flowing vocals are reminiscent of his influences Bob Dylan and Angus

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OS Watch: RAMS’ Pocket Radio’s – Love is a Bitter Thing

In the first of our Overseas Watch we take a look at RAMS Pocket Radio. RAMS Pocket Radio is the alias of Northern Irish performer Peter McCauley.  A multi-instrumentalist, RAMS¹ takes inspiration from sources as varied as Beethoven and brutalist architecture to construct smart pop songs with a sharp progressive twist. His debut album Béton ­ (French for concrete) ­

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Matthew and the Atlas feat. Matt Corby – Another Way

I spent a number of years in London, weaving my way in and out of cosy pubs watching incredible British artists make their way in London’s harsh yet collaborative music scene. My favorite times were spending Sunday’s at the Notting Hill Arts Club where I was fortunate enough to see Matthew and the Atlas a number of

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