Tag Archives: Hip-hop

Death Grips-The Money Store

When Death Grips’ dropped their debut LP, The Money Store, earlier this year, it was instantly met with wide spread acclaim from the musical spheres. Cries for “Album of the Year” and “most important hip hop album ever” were thrown around, giving it exactly one whole buttload of hype. That’s a lot of hype. It’s […]

News:Big Day Out 2013-The Lineup Revealed

After much build up over the previous couple of weeks, it’s finally arrived. The Big Day Out 2013 is set to be massive. We’d had some hints in the previous months, coming in the form of a partnership between West and C3, the promotion company behind Lollapalooza. About an hour ago the Red Hot Chili […]

My Final Big Day Out Prediction

In less than 12 hours, the anticipated Big Day Out 2013 lineup will have dropped and I will finally be able to stop writing abut this Australian icon. Without further ado, here is my final prediction on the Big Day Out Lineup for this year. Main Stages Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band Red Hot […]

Falls Music and Arts Festival-A Mammoth Lineup Revealed

Oh my god. Just. Yes. Whilst all of my predictions were incorrect, I can safely say that I am happy they were as the first bout of Falls acts is massive in every way! Last year we played host to The Arctic Monkeys, The Kooks and Crystal Castles just to name a few acts, and […]

News: New Muse Track “Survival + Prelude” Unveiled, Album Details and More!

At about 4:30 AM EST, 7:30 PM in London, Zane Lowe of BBC1 had the honour of debuting the first track of Muse’s new album, number six, The 2nd Law. If you were expecting a quiet acoustic follow up to 2009’s The Resistance prepare to be disappointed as the first single from the album “Survival […]

Harvest 2012: My Predictions

Earlier this morning, promoter of successful festivals Harvest and Soundwave, AJ Maddah revealed through the Harvest Twitter account that Australia’s premier indie festival would announce its line up on Thursday. There has been a bunch of speculation as to who is going to play the festival and Maddah hasn’t kept his cards held too tightly […]

Regurgitator-Unit

Ah yes, the gurge. A classic Australian punk band, some would say the last true ‘aussie punk’ band. In an era of the Beastie Boys and Oasis, Regurgitator’s 1997 album Unit prided itself on being radically different. This album was explosive in the Australian music scene, it took the best bits of the 80’s synth […]