It seems everyone can’t stop talking about the new Mad Max: Fury Road movie, whether it’s about Charlize Theron’s short hair and lack of an arm, the (ridiculous) claim by men’s rights group of being tricked into seeing feminist propaganda or whether there’ll be a follow up to the film that racked up over $100million […]
In sadder news for In the Know blues icon and guitar legend B.B. King has passed away at 89 years old. To celebrate what he achieved – which was a lot – the musician was credited for opening the blues genre worldwide and influencing many, many musicians over the years. He was inducted into the […]
The innovator and genre transcender that is Chris Cornell has just announced his solo acoustic tour dates for November/December. Known for his work with Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog, the multi-Grammy award winning artist will be hitting the Palais Theatre in Melbourne on December 4.
You may know him as Geelong’s local hip hop artist, but he is also known to frequent many of Geelong’s eateries. With his finger on the pulse and a hand in the cookie jar – Phew puts down the mic and picks up a fork to tell us his Top 5 places to eat in Geelong.
If you haven’t played a prank, you’re not a true Aussie larrikin. Dylan and Mitchell are as Aussie as it gets as they’ve garnered a massive following from pissing off their Dad and posting it on YouTube. We had a chat to the pranksters about their clips, the fame and just how angry their Dad really is.
The announcement of Infected Mushroom as the headliner was reason enough to head down to the music, lifestyle, culture and arts experience that is Earthcore. Now with the international line up completed, we’re surprised you haven’t got tickets yet!
So remember how Tame Impala were being super secretive of their upcoming album? That was until there were leaks about its release via Japanese iTunes. Well the questioning is put to rest as their newest album Currents, will be released worldwide on July 17. If you pre-order now you can get yourself four extra singles (‘Let It Happen’, ‘Disciples’, ‘Cause I’m a Man’ and ‘Eventually’).
There are certain songs that set of a fire in your belly, spark an uncontrollable urge to dance and really make you think. Ash Grunwald’s new track ‘River’ is one such song, as it forces us to realise that we all live together and we all live downstream.