This week’s playlist was created by none other than prolific artist Mike Giant. Not only does Mike have one of the steadiest hands in the tattoo game, turns out he’s got a steady ear, too.
Over the weekend, some 27,500 people descended on Byron Bay for a weekend of mud and music. Check out our recap here.
Californian songwriter Day Wave just dropped the video to his first single, ‘Drag’, from his debut EP. It’s a sweet, sugary little number that loops in your head long after the song ends, as if your memory just learnt how to whistle.
Goldberg’s 1974 album, Misty Flats, was just reissued, and thank god for that. We’ve all been given a second chance to discover something really special.
Ratatat’s fifth studio album, Magnifique, drops July 17. We got on the ringer with one half of the band, Evan Mast, to discuss the new record, but mostly ended up talking about Jackie Chan instead.
The most anticipated/hyped/attempted to be torrented album drops July 17. If you didn’t already listen to it on NPR, here’s what you can expect.
Glasgow band Holy Esque have released their new EP, and it’s a party for the ears. Think Clap Your Hands Say Yeah dating Future Islands. One thing leads to another, and nine months later; Holy Esque. Listen here.
What you up to today? Hard cruising? Nice try. Mac Demarco just dropped this new little sparkler, and it’s cruisier than thou.
My petrified heart won’t stop thinking of you / Frozen with the view from the day that it met you / The static on the phone is nearly killing you / I’ll be home soon.
If I could be 0.01% as badass as High Tension’s vocalist, Karina Utomo, I’d be untouchable. Also, holy shit, this song is good.
Best Coast just dropped their new video to ‘Feeling OK’ via Apple Music Connect. Watch it here.
Recently, 15-year-old Bruno Cowen completed a work experience stint at Monster Children in Sydney. We realised his music taste was well beyond his years, so we asked him to make us one hell of a playlist.
The making of Tame Impala’s new album Currents. Watch it here.
In perhaps the most chilling admission of all, Amy remarks in an interview that her fame was not worth all the sorrow that it had brought, saying, ‘If I could give it back, I would.’ I guess she found a way to. Go and see this film. It will make you feel angry, it will make you feel sad, and it will make you miss Amy.
Beach House just dropped the first single, “Sparks”, from their upcoming new album, Depression Cherry. Listen here. Bring a cushion.
For this, our tenth episode of Everybody In, directed by Eddie Obrand and presented by D’Blanc, we surf the radio airwaves with Chicago four-piece Twin Peaks. Watch the full ep here.
To celebrate the 15th Anniversary of The Virgin Suicides film, Warner dropped a deluxe Edition of the soundtrack today, scored by Air. Enjoy an eerie walk down memory lane.
This Friday at The Ace Hotel Palm Springs, the Kona Surf Film Festival takes place. What can you anticipate? Sweating balls, for one. But you can also expect to see some damn fine films. Here are our top picks.
Been wondering what Refused has been up to the past 17 years? Turns out the band started a hardcore apocalyptic cult in a cluster of caves in a remote part of northern Sweden. Here’s their new video/recruitment ad.
Music was Szymon Borzestowski’s life. He loved it, lived it, breathed it. A bright, brilliant talent, the young newcastle artist would happily lose himself in his bedroom studio for days. Sadly, Szymon lost his life at just twenty-three.