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Melbourne-based singer-songwriter delivers guitar-only rendition of haunting ballad.
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"Rock is on life support now, but I want to reinvent it."
Solo-project-turned-foursome pulls no punches with millennial angst filtered through nineties indie-rock: "The whole theme of the album is me taking myself to task."
Classic rock revivalists introduce themselves with thunderous, chart-topping debut single 'Highway Tune'.
"While 2017 was fun and cute. 2018 is all about making it my bitch."
Melbourne duo on their fast rise, full-length debut and the "overwhelmingly positive" support they received from fans when vocalist Miller Upchurch revealed his struggle with depression.
Sydney duo's as-yet-untitled fourth LP will feature guest appearances from DZ Deathrays, Kirin J. Callinan and Touch Sensitive.
"So much of my life turned upside down around that time that I wanted to make use of every opportunity and kind of delve into imagination," New Zealand avant-garde pop star says of forthcoming 'Primal Heart'.
As factual reporting, it's dubious, but as insight into the thinking of high-level right-wing intellectuals like Steve Bannon, it's subtle – and maybe valuable
Inside the inventor's world-changing plans to inhabit outer space, revolutionise high-speed transportation, reinvent cars – and hopefully find love along the way.
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How a midcareer band – with roots in Sarah Palin's hometown – got out of their own way and scored one of 2017's biggest hits.