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Splendour in the Grass 2014: REVIEW

Splendour in the Grass 2014 was a success in every way. The weather was incredible, the sets were outstanding, the crowd were (for the most part) brilliant and the main problem was that we now have to wait another year for the next one. There were five lucky Scenewavers who attended the Byron Bay festival […]

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Live Review: Lily Allen, July 25 @ The Hordern Pavilion

Words by Clancy Gibson Lights, big bass, girls and bottles; baby bottles, that is! It’s been a while since Lily Allen has set foot on Aussie soil. She’s spent the last four years out of the spotlight, bringing up a young family. Now, her latest album Sheezus is a strong reflection that Allen has really […]

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Introducing Stewsday Night at the Movies: Brisbane’s newest film (and stew) night

Tuesday nights can be a bit dull, especially for Brisbane. Too close from the weekend just gone, too far from the weekend to come, and most places are actually closed. Not anymore! The cool dudes behind Saturday night staple Trainspotters are here to save the (Tues)day, one cheesy horror movie at a time! Stewsday Night […]

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Jonathan Boulet has an awesome new video, and is going on tour!

He’s baaaaack! Jonathan Boulet returns to home soil this year with his third album, Gubba. After a year abroad in Germany, Boulet’s follow up to 2012’s We Keep The Beat, Found The Sound, See The Need, Start The Heart is as energetic and noisey as you’d expect if you’ve had the privilege to witness the […]

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Live Review: Ásgeir, July 23 @ The Metro Theatre

Words by Clancy Gibson I was talking to my housemate before I left for the show on Wednesday night at the Metro Theatre. ” Ásgeir ?” my housemate questioned, “I haven’t heard of him, what he like?” I racked my musical memory bank for something reflecting his sound. I replied by saying,  “It’s a little […]

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Album Review: Sticky Fingers ‘Land of Pleasure’

Words by Robert Thornton It’s here as last: one of the most anticipated Australian albums of the year! If you enjoy bourbon, reggae and chillin’ in the land on a real (or is it royal?) sunny day, you’ll have known for a while that five-piece Sticky Fingers from Newtown have had a sophomore album on […]

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Beck has released a beautiful new video clip

Beck has unveiled a new video, to accompany single ­­­ Heart is a Drum from his highly acclaimed album Morning Phase, which was released in February this year. The stunning video is really worth a watch. Directed by Sophie Miller, the grainy black and white clip is a nostalgic journey through a rural landscape, encountering […]

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Q&A: Mammals

Dreamy, ethereal and lush – three words that sum up Sydney’s next best thing: Mammals. All round good vibes, beautiful lyrics and the perfect soundtrack to drifting off on Sunday with a beer and a sunset, Guy Brown’s brainchild is my latest hot tip of who you should be listening to right now! We asked […]

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Interview: Gang of Youths

Words by Bob Thornton Originally from Sydney, Nashville based five-piece Gang Of Youths have been home in the last few weeks. With a few dates supporting Foster The People and a handful of their own shows as well, they’ve been able to back up the new video to their larger-than-life alt-rock anthem Poison Drum. I […]

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Q&A: Nussy

Nussy has certainly hit the ground running. The Australian pop starlet has dropped her debut EP, a four-track taster of what is to come. With a startling original look and smooth vocals, her electronic pop has already achieved a big Aussie fanbase. We had a chat to Nussy about everything music and what is to […]

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