Ridiculous or Genius? We track a bunch of key moments in the short but memorable career of our fave pop-punk bratz FIDLAR.
West Coast neo-punk twins, moonlighting models and provocateurs - The Garden made us a mixtape that's as odd, awesome & eclectic as the duo themselves.
OUCH... UK duo Honne have gone and hit us right in the feels with their track No Place Like Home feat. JONES
At the VMAs yesterday everybody made a point of saying it was all about the music but let’s be honest - with beefs, nudity and drugs aplenty not much of it was about the music. So, we thought we’d bring it back to the music by soundtracking the looks of the evening - pairing each outfit with a song that might help us better understand what they were trying to say through their fashun.
"Part Kabuki theatre, part sexually-deranged dystopia and part psychedelic odyssey". Wax Volcanic recalls his week away from earth, haunting the 'Bowie Is' exhibition.
It’s an exciting time for Australian hip-hop. While the original masters continue to draw huge audiences here in Australia, there are heaps of young artists diversifying the genre. Whether they be drawing inspiration from the US or fusing together hip-hop with Australian electronic sounds, they’re making hip-hop in this country evolve.
Hot damn. The new Macklemore & Ryan Lewis sounds like Uptown Funk and Thrift Shop had a baby that was delivered by Freddie Mercury and IT'S GLORIOUSLY EPIC.
Is it just us, or does Daye Jack's newie Save My Soul sorta sound like what you'd get if Flume hit the studio with Kendrick Lamar or Childish Gambino??
As far reaching as Aussie hip-hop's sound currently is we haven't heard anything like Sampa The Great.
Here are a handful of artists who aren’t allowed to throw down a drink in their country of residence but do have a licence to make banging tunes.
Tracking the Brits transformation from indie rockers to full blown superstars.
For me most of my vinyl collection was a cool accident. Mainly because I knew a few amazing record selectors at various record stores or labels across Australia who gave me these following gems.
12 months ago, for the first time in forever, it looked like US R&B wasn’t leading the pack. It seemed like urban music was scrambling behind a bunch of MJ influenced, EDM based, self-interested “black pop” stars and had nothing to say but the tragic events of Charleston, Staten Island and Ferguson have changed all that.
Enter the chill zone thanks to our 'music to chill the f#*k out to' playlists.