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Eat ALL of the chocolate this weekend friends – we won’t judge you

What have the Friendly Fires been getting up to in their basement with The Asphodells?

Disclosure premiere a music video for ‘Grab Her’

Overnight Disclosure unleashed a dark, heavy house jam called ‘Apollo’ and we think that you Disclosure fans are really going to enjoy it.

Sydney four-piece Convaire are back and they have a fantastic new indie-pop, disco inspired jam, ‘Talk In Technicolour.’

A few months back, UK collective Clean Bandit dropped their latest EP, Dust Clears. The EP’s title-track features the beautiful vocals of Swedish songstress Noonie Bao.

Au Revoir Simone’s new single ‘Somebody Who’ is a soft, whispy love jam. Easy to listen to, easy to fall in love with, all thanks to its synthy sweetness and Erika Forster’s warming vocals.

Newcastle’s “six headed musical beast,” Seabellies, emerge from hibernation with brand new single ‘Paper Tiger,’ and news of a sophomore album titled Fever Belle.

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Dine on the synth. Grind to the beat.

I imagine when this year’s heat wave hits, Panama’s It’s Not Over is going to be a perfectly timed, refreshing blast of sweet, summertime pop.

Peats Ridge festival will return to NSW’s Glenworth Valley this New Year’s Eve weekend (December 29 to January 1). Closing the festival’s main stage and welcoming the new year will be Australian natives John Butler Trio.

Sydney-based indie-electro newcomers Convaire have just this week dropped debut EP The New You.

Future Entertainment‘s pride and joy returns for another year with a line-up that’s oozing amazing electro talent. Next March, Future Music Festival will be headlined by DJ mega-house Swedish House Mafia i.e. Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso and Axwell. It’s the first time they’ll be lighting up an Australian festival main-stage, in unison! They’ll be joined by […]

Melbourne-based indie-dance crew Strange Talk joined forces only in February this year. The guys formed due to a shared interest as to what would result from their combined creative juices.

Without a doubt, Pala, the sophomore album from Friendly Fires was one of our most anticipated albums of 2011. By now, you would have already heard first single and opening track ‘Live Those Days Tonight’. More recently, ‘Blue Cassette’ and ‘Hawaiian Air’ were released for our aural pleasure. The vibes their tracks give off somehow manages to make […]