Whether it’s the exciting atmosphere that makes you feel invincible or the painful reminder that you’re not over that ex-lover, pop-punk has the enthusiasm to draw it’s audience into an entirely different biosphere. That’s exactly what The Last 24 is all about. Continue reading “THE LAST 24 | STRANGER IN MY HEAD” »
Taking a more laid back, stripped down approach than any of their label-mates, including Bad Suns and Rubblebucket, Bear’s Den tend towards the introspective. Their new album could quite happily find itself accompanying a TV drama about attractive people in their mid-twenties trying to discover themselves. If a lucky producer did happen to “discover” Bear’s Den, then Think of England would probably be the song accompanying the scene where a plucky heroine goes for a job interview, then must reciprocate her potential boss’s lecherous advances. But I digress… Continue reading “BEAR’S DEN | THINK OF ENGLAND” »
Sydney four-piece alt-rockers With Confidence will be hitting the road on a five-date tour in support of their recently released EP Distance. The band have been touring relentlessly over the past year pushing their Youth EP out to the continent with a dedication that demands you listen to their music. Distance demonstrates some remarkable growth in terms of the band’s sound and is quickly cementing the Sydneysiders as an upcoming force in the local alt-rock scene. Continue reading “GIG GUIDE | WITH CONFIDENCE” »
The Curtin has undergone a bit of a rebrand recently. They’ve brought on Huxtaburger to feed the hungry mouths, jazzed up the band room and rethought the bands they book and we couldn’t be happier! They’ve injected some much needed life into a venue that seemed to be struggling for a little bit. The acts that have been added to the bill have been some of the best, freshest acts in the country. Last Thursday, the venue curated a lineup that consisted of two acts from our very own Block Party lineup, so we were super pumped to get to see Stax Osset and Milwuakee Banks again. Continue reading “FRONT ROW | BARO, MILWAUKEE BANKS, STAX OSSET” »
Unless you live under a rock you’ve probably heard about London based Electronica band Years & Years(AKA those three boys that won BBC’s Sound of 2015 and set the Internet abuzz). Well, if you haven’t, you might want to give them a listen because the trio’s latest track King is pretty damn cool.
There are only really two words you need when it comes to describe Groovin The Moo’s 2015 lineup, and each word should be said with great emphasis… HOLY COW!!!!! The guys and gals over at GTM have outdone themselves this year delivering a stellar cast of both local wonders and international superstars. Some highlights include Flight Facilities, Charli XCX, Broods, TKAY Maidza, The Preatures, Meg Mac, Hilltop Hoods plus a plethora of more amazing acts that are sure to set the regional towns ablaze.
It’s nothing new that vintage is all the rage!!!! Everyone loves a good throw back style and Storeroom vintage are the ultimate for rare and hand-sourced vintage clothing. Lucky for us Storeroom are joining the General Pants family. Created by the vintage-obsessed duo Wade Osborn and Lee Bob, the Storeroom Vintage team hand source every one-of-a-kind piece from the USA every few months to ensure that they have an un-matched and truly unique selection of predominately 90’s tees, denim, shirts and outerwear. Continue reading “STOREROOM VINTAGE JOINS GENERAL PANTS” »
A nice sunny day in Melbourne is really the perfect day for a festival. Heading into the Victorian College of Arts for this year’s Sugar Mountain, I wasn’t too sure what to expect as I’d never been before. Great start though – we were welcomed into the site with by an archway of trees decorated with tinsel bunting! And I love bunting, not to mention anything that shines!