Further cementing the sonic shift from Chet Faker, Nick Murphy returned to the Opera House under his own name, mixing past and present influences with heavy beats and soulful jams.
Throwing back to their famed LP Moon Safari of 1998, the enigmatic French duo performed twenty years worth of space-rock classics.
Breaking their hiatus for a string of special Vivid Live appearances, Fleet Foxes reclaimed hearts throughout the Concert hall stalls.
Remix the House returns this year featuring atmospheric sounds captured within the walls of the Sydney Opera House. Hear tracks from Severed Heads, Dro Carey, Lucy Cliche, FAKE and Nite Fleit.
The brains behind Newtown’s Repressed Records dropped in to chat memorable record sales, unconventional business models and the start of it all in Western Sydney.
Bringing their colourful, sample-heavy sounds to the tip of Bennelong Point, The Avalanches made their triumphant return to Sydney, joined by Briggs, DJ Shadow, DJ JNETT and Spankrock.
“Getting Wildflower out of the way and following up Since I Left You feels like a weight’s been lifted… The [new] music is really light, it’s some of the best stuff we’ve done.”
We spoke with New Order guitarist Phil Cunningham and bassist Tom Chapman about balancing rock, funk and electronic dance sounds on their latest album and how rules like Sydney’s lockout laws were “meant to be broken.”
Listen to a beautifully tender live rendition of ‘Dream Wave’ by New Zealand’s Hollie Fullbrook, aka Tiny Ruins, on Lunch with Samantha Groth.
Our music director nerds out with Pitchfork founder and editor-in-chief Ryan Schreiber, discussing the significance of online music journalism a whopping 20 years after Pitchfork’s creation.