This is a party you want to be at.
Poetic, grand and raw as an open wound.
So much funk, so little time.
Sexy lullabies and Scandi-sound make for an enraptured audience.
Who wants to get mesmerised?
The man knows how to make a video. Also, magic.
AWWWWWW SHIT SON!!!
But wait, there’s a catch.
We asked the crowd “Why did you come to Meredith?” and got some surprising answers.
Don’t let solo-status stop you from having the time of your life.
The lowdown on Sydney’s best boutique festival
A beautiful banshee has stolen my heart.
Just take a deep breath and count to ten.
An ode to Wil Wagner and rough-as-guts romanticism.
Just in case you were wondering about the science behind sound, or if you wanted a child to make you feel like an idiot, this video serves both purposes.
Jonny Pierce and Jacob Graham have recorded all your unspeakable, unknowable, inarticulate anger with the world and thrust it back at you in this punchy, melancholic third album. What happened to wanting to go surfing with the jaunty whistling? Nope, The Drums have moved on.
“Wonder Where We Land” is, in a word, glorious. Keep listening, dip a toe in first before you submerge yourself in this singular soundscape. With so much talent crammed onto fifteen tracks, I am a cooler person for listening to this album.
“The Worry” is a different type of late-night electronic album, one that would never let you sleep and yet pulls you into its depths with inescapable hypnotism. A slow, graceful swan dive into uncharted waters, “The Worry” is an exciting new sound for Seekae.
This is music made for warm weather, dry grass under bare feet and good friends.
On stage Fractures confidence oozes into every song, the hushed harmonies of Embers washing over the crowd and lulling us into each other’s arms. This is bedroom music, no doubt about it.
No one understands you like Tom Iansek. Big Scary’s frontman has once again tapped into a part of you that you either didn’t know was there, or had forgotten existed, through his latest release as solo artist #1 Dads.
Thieves’ sound is rich and raw, filling the afternoon crowd with rambling nostalgia.
Fractures is a softly spoken heart-melter, with breathy falsettos, minimalist edging and electronic underlay that creates an ambience of introspection.
Shy Glow is a rare blend of fresh sound and well-practised production, an exciting vindication for all of us who’ve been telling people about Fishing for years.