Baltimore-based trio Future Islands have announced a return to Australia to play a headline tour and a handful of festival sets off the back of their steamy Splendour set. With six albums under their belt, the band are no strangers to the pressures of life on and off the road—their music a deeply emotional exposé on the trials and tribulations of being.
It’s been a massive year for Kim Churchill. With the release of his highly anticipated 6th album, Weight_Falls, the Merimbula native has skyrocketed following the success of his previous album, Silence/Win. We had a chance to check out his live set in Brisbane, and admire the full extent of the multi-instrumentalist’s endless talents.
Happy-go-lucky five piece, Grouplove, have just announced a huge return to Australia with three headlines alongside festival appearances at Mountain Sounds and Party in the Paddock. We had a chat to frontman Christian Zucconi about the upcoming tour, life on the road, their upcoming album, and the best and worst things about Grouplove.
Ahead of the release of British India’s sixth album, Forgetting the Future, we had a chat to frontman Declan Melia about the record, touring, and making music with your best mates. Continue reading “WHAT’S UP | BRITISH INDIA” »
As one of the headlining acts of this year’s Brisbane Festival, Angus and Julia Stone have sold out every night out of the national tour. It’s been over a year since brother-sister duo have played a live show, and the line outside the Tivoli, which turns three street corners by the time I join it, is a testament to how sorely they’v been sorely missed across the country.