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Cheeky Chinwags With Alex Lahey

Alex Lahey is a champion for the under-valued, student-budgeted millennial who studies some form of an arts degree and lives off a diet of two minute noodles and canned beer. Her debut EP B-Grade University is a five track anthem to the student lifestyle and a favourite here in our little red-doored office. Hot off the back of her 'Let's Go Out' Single Launch and a killer Splendour In The Grass set, our resident rascal Tom Bloomfield, sat down with the Melbourne native for a cheeky chinwag on everything ranging from her cat to heading out on the town. Read More

CANARY RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘CHAMELEON’

With innately relatable themes, intricate melodies and impeccable production, Canary’s I Am Lion album has resonated with a lot of people since its release a few weeks ago. Today they offer up a compact radio edit of… Read More

GYPSY & THE CAT ANNOUNCE FINAL ALBUM AND ALBUM TOUR

Following a hugely successful flurry of singles for their forthcoming third album Virtual Islands, electro-pop purveyors Gypsy & the Cat are ready to take the tunes on the road, today announcing a five-date national album tour. Kicking off in Thredbo and traversing four states, the Virtual Islands Tour is the final album tour for the duo who announced yesterday on their Facebook page that this upcoming album release will actually be their last.  Read More

SCHOOLBOY Q TO PLAY THIS THAT

THIS IS NOT A DRILL. Following his huge world tour announcement today, Grammy & BET Nominated hip-hop pacesetter ScHoolboy Q will play Newcastle’s THIS THAT this November. Read More

ROBBIE MILLER COVERS ODESZA FOR TRIPLE J’S LIKE A VERSION | ‘ROAD’ OUT NOW

  Robbie Miller's star continues to rise and this morning's performance for triple j's Like A Version certainly won't deter the rapidly-swelling audience he's attracting with every step of his seemingly-effortless career. Covering 'Say My Name', originally by Seattle EDM duo Odesza he moved out of his comfort zone with song selection, but soon made it his own, delivering the once d-floor anthem as a haunting and beautiful soundscaped piece. Read More