Ratatat’s sound doesn’t age, and they proved it at the Metro Theatre in Sydney, playing a mix of old and new jams that left the crowd enamoured.
They weren’t brave enough to part with their 11,831,543 Facebook likes, but they’re definitely up to something…
Dylan Rieder curates the latest playlist on the Monster Children Apple Music Channel.
Watch Chris Cohen singing along to album title track, “As If Apart”, with the vivacity of a snail. Song’s a kicker, though, and the whole album is a pop treasure trove waiting to be discovered.
Fiona is back, bitches. It just took someone like Andrew Bird, and his new single, ‘Left Handed Kisses’ to resurrect her.
Chicago’s finest ratbags, Twin Peaks, are only a few weeks away from hitting our fine shores for the first time, so we asked them a couple of Australia-centric questions before they land.
We caught up Jennifer Herrema as Royal Trux prepared to play their third show in 15 years to talk about the surprising reunion, and what comes next.
The Kills are back with their second single from their upcoming album, Ash & Ice. If you’ve ever wondered what Alison and Jamie get up to behind the scenes, watch the video here.
Joining the likes of Pitchfork, NME and Rolling Stone USA, we are thrilled to announce our very own Monster Children curator channel on Apple’s international digital music streaming service, Apple Music.
Monster Children now have a curator channel on Apple’s international digital music streaming service, Apple Music. Listen to it here.
Your Friend is Taryn Blake Miller, a Lawrence, Kansas-based musician who opens her mouth and white peace doves made of 7K thread count fly out.
Mossy’s poetic track ‘Ginsberg’ is a perfectly executed idea that sounds even better in practice than it did as an already flawless theory.
Good morning. The Splendour in the Grass lineup is here, and you’re going to want to be there. The Strokes, The Cure, The Avalanches, At The Drive In, Sigur Ros, and The Kills, and so on and so forth.
Tom Curren’s son leads this surf-pop quartet, spinning childhood yarns through salty guitar strums and vacation vibed vocals.
Autolux just dropped one of the best albums you’ll hear this year, called Pussy’s Dead. Prepare the rocketship for take off.
A Couple of days ago, Newcastle’s Lewie Buddons quietly dropped this catchy, melodic, heavily vibing debut EP, and we haven’t been interested in much else since.
It makes us gleam with delight to announce that we, along with Budweiser, will be presenting the band when they grace our shores for their first ever Australian Tour.
Even now, eleven years after their self-titled debut, IV is just as refreshing and powerful as ever. The new album introduces synthesizer and…is that accordion?
We don’t know all that much about the London-based trio, Yak. One thing we do know is that we like them. So Grab the mechanical bull by it’s stuffed horns and watch YAK’s “Harbour The Feeling”.
For this, episode twelve of Monster Children’s web music series, Everybody In, we visited Jonny Pierce of New York duo, The Drums.