A few weeks ago it was revealed that Kanye West would be premiering his new video at the Los Angeles Count Museum of Art – and now we have some bootleg footage of the screening surfancing online. While the studio version fails to be nearly as exciting as the live premiere at the BRIT Awards (after all, it did include flamethrowers), the real excitement arrives with a new track in ‘I Feel Like That’.
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‘Lean On’ has become Major Lazer’s most successful single to date – going platinum and sitting on the UK charts for a commendable 20 weeks – and while we don’t think that ‘Powerful’ holds that same dancefloor appeal, it’s still a very enjoyable slice of swinging, soulful pop, courtesy of vocals from Ellie Goulding & Tarrus Riley. The video sees the pair sit in a cafe, using their apparent superpowers to bend forks and float condiments through... read more
FRIDAY ILLUMINATI TRILLIONAIRES: NACHO POP & DJ LEON SMITH @ THE CLIFF DIVE ... read more
Forget the Stretch Hummer, there’s only one way to arrive at Splendour In The Grass this weekend. It’s completely free, holds a shitload of people and will presumably be blaring one of the best Australian albums to be released this year. All aboard the Tame Impala bus!
Yes, that’s right – the Perth rock crew continue being legends by offering a shuttle service to and from Splendour In The Grass on all three days of the festival. Running from 12pm-6pm, the red double-decker... read more
Florence & The Machine are currently gearing up for their headline slot at Splendour In The Grass tomorrow night, but they’re already planning a return to Australia – and it’s sooner than you think. While Splendour In The Grass sold out in a matter of hours, Florence & The Machine introduced a ballot system to meet the demand for their July theatre headline shows. Now, it has been announced that the UK faves will be performing a more extensive headline tour in November,... read more
Vance Joy took out the illustrious Triple J Hottest 100 back in 2013 with his inescapable single ‘Riptide’, and so it’s only right that the station premiered his latest single ‘Fire And The Flood’ this morning. It’s more acoustic pop that sounds like it should be sung around a campfire, with the single arriving with the news that he has received an MTV VMA nomination for ‘Riptide’ in the ‘Artist to Watch’ category, going up against internationals... read more
Local label Remote Control Records recently held their first Remote Control Session in Melbourne, where blazing sextet Saskwatch played their album Sorry I Let It Come Between Us for friends and family. Now, we are very proud to premiere footage from the intimate show, with Saskwatch delivering all the vibes with current single ‘In Your Arms’. Shimmering riffs... read more
The Weeknd’s been stealing spotlight everywhere as of late. If he’s not appearing onstage with Taylor Swift, he’s breaking records on the Billboard charts – becoming the first artist ever to hold the Top 3 spots on the R&B charts. That should tell you that the hype for his next album Beauty Behind The Madness is reaching boiling point, and now he’s debuted a new track which will presumably appear on the project.
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How much would you pay for a piece of The Simpsons history? A trillion dollar bill?
Well, it turns out that you don’t need to fork over nearly that amount – with ‘Do The Bartman’ from the animated series selling for just $38,500 to an anonymous buyer. Even more astonishingly, the track features Michael Jackson, and hit Number. 1 on... read more
Just days before Splendour In The Grass is scheduled to kick-off in Byron Bay, the popular festival’s lineup has suffered a casualty. Welsh rockers Catfish And The Bottlemen have announced that they’re cancelling their appearance, along with their Australian sideshows.