Brad Pitt & Jimmy Fallon have just released a hilarious skit where they engage in a ‘breakdance conversation’, which is obviously far superior to all forms of verbal communication. Both members strike key poses and pull off some truly impressive tricks, all with an urban soundtrack blasted from an old-school boombox. Throw on your suede Pumas and a matching Adidas tracksuit and watch the clip below. Oh yeah: ... read more
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Over the past few years, Flight Facilities have earned themselves a reputation for delivering killer collaborations with a wide range of vocalists – but this might be their biggest yet. Australia’s own queen, Kylie Minogue has stepped in for a short acapella rendition of their hit ‘Crave You’, which originally featured local star Giselle Rosselli. The track comes with a distorted clip which just dropped via YouTube. Watch it below, while both versions... read more
Get your tin foil hats out, people! Forget Dead Prez and Immortal Technique – Chris Brown is the latest hip-hop star to hit us with his own conspiracy theory. The R&B singer took to Twitter to make the following statement about the Ebola virus: I don’t know … But I think this Ebola epidemic is a form of population control. Shit is getting crazy bruh. — Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) October... read more
Over the past few months, the Corona SunSets music festivals have been bringing amazing house and balearic music to beaches around the world — from Ibiza, Spain, to Acapulco and Playa del Carmen, Mexico, and the UK and Canada. At the same time, the brand was scouring the globe to find the DJ that best embodies the character of the drink — perfect for summers spent by the beach, enjoyed with mates and good tunes.
Corona SunSets ‘Sound Of The Beach’ is a new web... read more
Indie-pop duo The Drums just released their album Encyclopedia, and like most things from Brooklyn, it’s on the forefront of all things cool. The band are currently on tour throughout the United States – they’ll duck down to South America and trek all over Europe before making their way to Australia for three headline shows! In preparation for the tour Down Under, they’ve put... read more
It feels like forever since this year’s Future Music Festival. Since it started way back in 2006, the festival has become one of Australia’s top annual music events, and something we look forward to year after year.
After having received so much international and local electronic, dance and pop goodness back in March, it’s been rough not knowing when we’d get our next Future Music fix. Thankfully, the good folks behind Future Music Festival have finally released... read more
If you’re a musician, giving away free music is cool. However, inserting your album automatically into millions of Apple accounts is a little forceful. This is especially true if you happen to be a member of U2 – a band who have achieved countless accolades over the years, yet are still considered dogshit by many music fans across the globe. How would you feel if someone placed a steaming pile of dogshit on your front doorstep without asking? That’s the feeling many Apple users... read more
London Grammar broke a few hearts when they cancelled their Splendour In The Grass appearances earlier this year due to illness. However, it didn’t take long for them to reschedule their trip Down Under, locking in a handful of dates in March 2015. With two of those dates now sold out, London Grammar have announced a new show in Sydney at The Enmore Theatre on 9 March. It’s all ages, so younger fans are invited to join the party. Yes, this will sell out, so jump on it ASAP if you want... read more
Jack White has cancelled the remainder of his Mexican tour after his keyboardist Isaiah ‘Ikey’ Owens was found dead in his hotel room. The cause of death is currently being investigated.
Owens played a gig as part of White’s band just one night prior to his death. A statement from Third Man Records states that “It is with great sadness that we tell the world of the passing of the incredible... read more
Back in his early days, WWE wrestler John Cena also went by the nickname ‘The Doctor of Thuganomics’ – he was a hip-hop inspired character who would rhyme in between matches and don heavy chains on top of oversized jerseys. While his character has moved on since then, his love of hip-hop may be real – after all, he did release his own full-length rap album You Can’t See Me, and he’s also collaborated with underground heavyweights like Murs and Esoteric.... read more