Watch :: Suburban Dark’s ‘What Ya Know About’ Video
Let local hip hop stalwarts Big Village educate you on what it takes to become a rapper with the terrifying new film clip for Suburban Dark’s ‘What Ya Know About?’.
Album Of The Week Review :: Mac DeMarco ‘Salad Days’
Mac DeMarco is your new favourite Canadian, if he wasn’t already. But don’t write off this purveyor of fine slacker-rock as the lazy type. He’s worked his arse off to make you forget about every commitment in your life with his third album, ‘Salad Days’.
Interview :: Killer Mike – Run The Jewels
Ahead of his St Jerome’s Laneway appearances and sideshows as one half of Run The Jewels, Atlanta heavyweight rapper Killer Mike talks working with musical partner El-P, and the coincidence of being born on 4/20.
Review :: Matmos
‘Weird’ isn’t a satisfactory term to describe the Sydney Festival performance of electronic duo Matmos. Backed with over twenty years of pure experimentation, even a party balloon was a fair game as an instrument.
Review :: Gudirr Gudirr – Sydney Festival
This reviewer can barely distinguish contemporary dance from twerking, but one woman show, Gudirr Gudirr, ensured that anybody present would be touched by the masterful combination of dance, acrobatics, comedy and oral history.
Album Review :: Scott & Charlene’s Wedding ‘Any Port In A Storm’
Much like a season of Flight Of The Concords, Scott & Charlene’s Wedding’s second album deals with the comedy & isolation of trying to make it big in NYC, except this time it’s the real deal.
Album of the Week Review :: New Gods ‘Beloved’
“I don’t mean to preach when I tell you that New Gods’ debut album Beloved is a gift sent straight from up on high.” Anthony Wallace reviews the (free!) new album born from the ashes of Little Red.
Album of the Week Review :: Day Ravies ‘Tussle’
Whether it’s the distorted guitar symphonies, hypnotic rhythm grooves, or droned out lyrics, every track of Day Ravies debut album, Tussle, takes you by the hand into an adolescent summer where time no longer exists.
Album of the Week Review :: Four Tet ‘Beautiful Rewind’
UK producer and giant of intelligent electronic music, Four Tet, has just released his seventh album ‘Beautiful Rewind’, and it is a more serious statement than anything he has released yet.
Album Of The Week Review :: Danny Brown ‘Old’
Eccentric Detroit rapper Danny Brown doesn’t care what you think. Over the course of his new album ‘Old’, Danny Brown is a hipster, a father, a former drug dealer, a party icon and a true poet.