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Posted 15 Mar 2017 @ 2:34pm

The Hottest 100s And 1000s podcast will make its live debut this Sunday March 19 at Petersham Bowling Club, with special guests in triple j host Gen Fricker and muso Jack R Reilly.


The four-piece podcast has set out to review every single song ever featured in the triple j Hottest 100. The live show will focus on songs from iconic '90s acts like Metallica, Garbage and Björk.

Posted 18 May 2016 @ 10:00am

Guitars no longer dominate the popular music landscape the way they once did.


They don’t rule experimental music or political music either, and the world is better for it – the ongoing diversification of music has given us much entertainment and critical stimulus. But guitars are still at the root of plenty of captivating songs, uniting rooms full of people all over the world,...

Posted 16 Dec 2015 @ 11:51am

1. The First Song I Wrote


The first song I ever wrote was titled ‘Will You Be Waiting’, when I was around 14 years old. I am sad to say I can definitely still remember how to play it! An insight into the quality of the lyrics: “I guess I’ll be lost in this labyrinth of love / And you’re the only one who can save me…”! It had an epic key change too.


2. The Last...

Posted 30 Oct 2015 @ 12:08pm

Don McGlashan has announced he will tour his latest album around the country, including a show in Sydney, this November.


Only his third solo album in a career spanning 30 years, Lucky Stars is his first album in six years and follows on from his work with bands The Mutton Birds, The Front Lawn and Blam, Blam, Blam, as well as working on a number of film and TV soundtrack and...

Posted 27 Aug 2015 @ 3:29pm

1. The First Song I Wrote

Oh, God… I think the first song I wrote was about a break-up when I was 17. I don’t recall the title, but I know it was a super cheesy lament in the key of G. I may or may not remember how to play it. Maybe if you get me drunk.


2. The Last Song I Released

I’ve recently put out ‘Heaven’ – the first single from my forthcoming album. It...

Posted 13 May 2015 @ 3:56pm

Acclaimed songwriter Davey Craddock is venturing out of his home state of Western Australia and heading to New South Wales to do some shows.


Craddock and his band The Spectacles recently won Group of the Year at the WA Country Music Awards and received WAM nominations for Song of the Year and Best Country Act. This year has seen Craddock and his band break onto the national...

Posted 14 Jan 2015 @ 12:25pm

Brisbane instrumentalists Ghost Notes have confirmed a Sydney date in January as part of their album launch tour.


Moonlight State is the third album by the band, which draws comparisons to acts such as The Dirty Three and The Necks. The band will be joined by a mixed bill of dreamgaze outfit Cull and The Seaport & The Airport, a solo electronic project from Sydney.

Posted 30 May 2014 @ 12:54pm

The No Good crew are set to warm you up for winter.


Fresh off a bunch of successful events, Sydney-based label No Good has announced a solid bunch of acts for its upcoming all-day party, No Good: Winter, held over the June long weekend. They've assembled some of Sydney's most inventive bands, DJs, rappers and producers, fusing together a broad spectrum of genres and providing a...

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