Americana-themed Out on the Weekend Festival coming to Sydney and Melbourne
Sydney and Melbourne are gearing up for a festival that celebrates all things Americana this October – with incredible tunes, finger-licking food, vinyl, denim and whisky to bring the good time American vibes down under. Out on the Weekend will return to Melbourne’s Seaworks in Williamstown on Sat October 17 after a successful first-run at […]
Legendary Hammersmith Palais brought back to life…
Under their shouty #STAYLOUD banner, audio brand Skullcandy is creating a series of music shows around Europe  which celebrate the memory of once great music venues with one off special shows in spaces that have been redeveloped in to spunky flats, bistros that serve burgers in brioche buns and other faceless monochrome delights. Last month, […]
Green Man Rising – call for talent
Green Man Rising is the unsigned talent arm of arts and music event, Green Man Festival which takes place in Wales in August. Since 2008 the festival has been helping aspiring musicians by giving them the opportunity to open the Mountain Stage in front of an audience of 10,000 people. This year Jamie xx, All […]
Tinder for music lovers
I stumbled across this app today and being a fan (actually if I’m honest, hater) of Tinder, it struck me that this is genius idea. Why the hell didn’t I think of it? Choosic is a music discovery app that recommends new music based on your personal preferences. One swipe at a time it learns […]
Jack Garratt – The Interview
JACK GARRATT talks to us about schmaltzy chords, bringing back the guitar solo and um, being a loser… Our culture is hung up on labels, definitions, personality and stereotypes. But what the hell does it matter anyway? You can’t stick a genre on Jack Garratt’s creations and his personality doesn’t fit into a box either. […]

Rose Betts live at Servant Jazz Quarters

The intimate surrounds of Dalston’s Servant Jazz Quarters played host to some wonderful music on Wednesday night. Rose Betts and her band headlined the show with ...

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Haelos – Separate Lives

With echoes of Moby's 1999 track Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad I couldn't help but fall for Haelos' haunting Separate Lives.  The London three-piece rule dark ...

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If you thought you'd heard enough moody, electro-soul to late you into the next decade then you'd better re-think your play button strategies 'cos these boys are very, ...

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Lee Eller – Blood Bath

NYC songstress Lee Eller has handle on what bass can do to your emotions. Bloodbath is powerful ode to heartbreak and memories that showcases Eller's lungs as much ...

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HONNE – Woman

Ahhh, heavy-weight love champions HONNE bring an acceptable swoon so the world's gushiest day. In fact, you can even catch them tonight in London...and on March 3rd if ...

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Cameron A G – Way Back Home

These are fragile vocals of Oxford multi-instrumentalist Cameron A G. Gathering a host of attention from the likes of Mahogany and Annie Mac, this guy is right up there ...