‘I’ll Try Till I Die’ is a 2015 release from songwriter and guitarist Phillip Foxley. The project is one that shows impressive variation in songwriting style throughout, with both the music and the subject matter changing and evolving as each song takes place – a real showcase of experience and skill. Immensely thoughtful, non-conformist lyrics, firmly place … Continued

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One of the most exciting new bands of recent years – Half Moon Run have gone from the mass sharing of their acoustic videos, to global alternative superstars. It all started with Full Circle, followed by a series of phenomenal live performances; their passion and chemistry on stage is unparalleled, not to mention that each … Continued

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When genre becomes irrelevant; when a vocal is so smooth and compelling, so stylish and sweet; so brand new sounding in a heavily electronic era. Just 8 seconds into ‘Keep us Together‘ and we were hooked. A bouncy, joyful, summer vibe; energetic and fairly organic – that genuine live band sound. A really great song. Then … Continued

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The 1st of October marks the long awaited release of a brand new track from Australia’s quietly bold gem, Matt Corby. Nothing has quite grabbed us for a while in the way that ‘Brother’ did some years ago, but ‘Monday’, his brand new release, is a beautifully crafted track, with a beautifully placed simple clap … Continued

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If you find yourself in the loop pedaling, beat boxing section of Youtube – you can be stuck there for weeks. It’s mesmerizing, the music a single person can now create; the possibilities are endless. The problem though, is that with such a saturated industry of similar skill sets, it can be a little difficult sometimes for an artist to … Continued

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Your favourite new sound. Pretty much everything you want in a live band. Reggae, ska, dubby rock, joy, dancing, melodies, big hair. A happy fusion of sounds from all over the globe, a little bit of an Incubus meets Sublime vibe, but with even more colour, and slightly less swearing. We expect festivals will feel empty without … Continued

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I haven’t been excited about a heavier sounding band since I scratched up all of my Papa Roach, Puddle of Mudd, Seether, and Audioslave CD’s in a low quality car system five years ago. What a poor sentence to open with, way too lengthy, I apologize. Anyway, five years is a long time to be without a … Continued

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People talk about the power of music; how it can change your day, heal your heart, mend your broken soul. It’s true. So true in fact, that we become addicted to music that works for us. We obsess over it, we don’t feel calm without it. If you suffer from anxiety, depression, panic attacks, or … Continued

We waited, he knew we would. Back with a bang is an understatement; this new track is better than ever. Mac Miller is a real guy, watch the interviews – he makes what he wants but he cares what you think. And that’s a good thing. You helped put him where he is today. This … Continued

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Some music is beautiful in such a way that it feels familiar, yet fresh, the very first time you hear it. Like those emotions haven’t been soothed in a while, and suddenly this stranger, this artist, knows exactly how you’ve been feeling, and sings it away for you. Such a kind hearted act. Thank you, … Continued

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“I was most wicked in those days; I stole a bun from my darling girl, and ran away with it. A most unpleasant experience – extremely unpleasant, I promise you.” Whatever your level of involvement in the world of Dubstep, or even Electronic Music as a whole – as the one giant, limitless genre that … Continued

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