Jonah Hill is a longtime hip hop fan, once covering ‘Martians’ by Drake live, and going one step further on SNL when he stood in for Drizzy and rapped ‘Jumpman’ with Future. It wasn’t the best, but it wasn’t the absolute worst either. Now it would appear he has collaborated with Danny Brown, with the

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A program which monitors waste water for drug use has shown a regional area in Tasmania as having the highest usage of MDMA anywhere in Australia. According to the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, this could be due to a dance music festival coinciding with the sample period in which results for the ominious-only-if-you-think-about-it National Wastewater

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Jeff Buckley is perhaps second to only T-Rex’s Marc Bolan when it comes to the indiscriminate dredging of his vaults for anything resembling a recording to package and release to the public. The dude only had one album — a ten-song set featuring three covers — yet since his untimely death in 1997 we have

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Earlier this month, PETA penned an open letter asking Hunters & Collectors to change their band name to a more animal-friendly option. It was a cheeky, non-serious request, made to draw attention to the agonising slaughter of thousands of Australian waterbirds during duck hunting season, but it was met with scorn by many, who felt

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We’ve seen some pretty awful performances from Metallica on the big stage (we’re looking at you, Grammys), but Metallica bounced back from that with an epic gig on one of the biggest of all. Filmed at Brazil’s massive Lollapalooza festival mere days ago, this footage shows off the whole band at the peak of their

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Having made his way to Australia to play Brissy rock fest Mojo Burning as well as a couple of headline shows, Nick Oliveri is tonight grabbing a local band to help him run through a surprise set of Queens of the Stone Age and Kyuss classics. Sydney stoner rockers Sumeru have received the call-up to

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Having shot into everyone’s minds and ears last year with her breakout hit ‘Adore’, Hottest 100 runner-up Amy Shark certainly won’t be working in a supermarket any time soon – and that’s probably for the best, if this new clip is any indication. Directed by Jude Kalman, the clip finds Shark channeling the disaffected and

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Blondie have released a new single, the insanely catchy ‘Long Time’. The hooky single is the latest taste from their forthcoming album Pollinator, released on May 5. ‘Long Time’ was written with Dev Hynes, and is basically a rewrite of their 1979 classic ‘Heart Of Glass’. The similarities were supposedly intentional; the song “channels a

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Mötley Crüe biopic The Dirt has been in production hell for many years, bouncing from studio to studio, without a release date in sight. And while we still don’t have an official release date, The Hollywood Reporter has reported (as they do) that the film will land at Netflix. The director of the Jackass films,

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Frenzal Rhomb have announced a national tour in support of their forthcoming album, Hi-Vis High Tea, which will be out on May 26. Hi-Vis High Tea is “a concept album about a whole bunch of different concepts”, according to the band, and was produced by Bill Stevenson from Descendents, who worked with the band on

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Sib Hashian, former drummer for the band Boston, has collapsed and died on stage while performing in the Carribbean on the Legends Of Rock Cruise. He was 67. Hashian’s son Adam confirmed his father’s death, saying he suddenly collapsed mid-set. Efforts to revive him were unsuccessful. Hashian drummed on the first two Boston albums, which

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Cat Stevens announces Australian tour

Par dans Music le March 27, 2017 à 12:50 am

Cat Stevens aka Yusuf has announced an Australian tour, to mark 50 years since his first album, 1967’s ‘Matthew and Son’, was released. This will mark only his third tour of Australia, despite his huge success in the country; his 1972 album Catch Bull At Four spent a remarkable 15 weeks on top of the

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It’s been a solid two days since Kendrick Lamar dropped his newest track, ‘The Heart Part 4′, in which he warned everyone that we’ve “got ’til April the 7th to get your shit together”. Fans were instantly intrigued as to whether this means we’ll be seeing his newest record coming at the start of April, but now,

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At this point, seeing the words ‘Ed Sheeran on top of the charts’ might seem less like news and more like a report on the status quo, but with less of his tracks appearing in the singles charts for this week, could we finally be seeing the Englishman’s stranglehold on the charts starting to diminish? This week’s

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For all but a few superstars, celebrity status and career success is a fickle thing. From messy nights on the town to social media rants, it can take just one wrong move for a musician’s career to take a serious hit. Sure, heaps of artists have had small slip ups in the public eye, but

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Michael Angelakos from Passion Pit has been a little quiet over the last little while. With Passion Pit’s 2015 Aussie tour being cancelled due to Angelakos falling ill, fans have been waiting anxiously for something new from Angelakos, whether it be a new tour, or new music. Well, the good news is that Passion Pit

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May 14th marks four years since Vampire Weekend released their third record, Modern Vampires Of The City, and a lot has changed for the group in that time. However, frontman Ezra Koenig has taken to Instagram this morning to outline the group’s previous movements and their current plans. In an Instagram post this morning, Koenig outlined

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Marilyn Manson has spent the last few decades as one of the most divisive figures in rock music, but since the release of his group’s ninth album The Pale Emperor in January of 2015, he’s been relatively quiet, but could all of that be about to change? Back in November of 2015, Manson announced that the

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It seems like the only thing that people in the music world are talking about right now is the new Gorillaz album, but considering we’ve been treated to a preview of the star-studded lineup of guests on the album, and the fact we saw a total of four new songs dropped yesterday, it’s sort of understandable

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Now that Prince’s music has been allowed onto streaming services, Tool are one of the most prominent holdouts against the platforms, not appearing on Spotify or Apple Music, or even for download on iTunes. But, with their first album in over a decade apparently coming together as we speak, a report from Bloomberg indicates that

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