Synth-riddled pop duo Raygun, consisting of vocalist Piri Eddy and multi-instrumentalist Jesse Miles, have just dropped new single 'Amelia', from their forthcoming EP 'Everything Happens For No Reason'. The song manages to pull at all of your heartstrings in just over four minutes, with a chiptune breakdown thrown in for good measure. The entirety of the EP was recorded and produced across a two week period at Mixmasters Studio with acclaimed producer Mick Wordley, who has worked with Amanda Palmer, Ben Folds and The Yearlings, just to name a few.
'Everything Happens For No Reason' will be released on October 28th through the Futuresounds Adelaide label, with a launch show at the Crown and Sceptre on the same day, with limited physical copies available at the venue. Local electronic brethren Kimonono and DJ Trip will also be supporting.
Throwing themselves the best fifth birthday ever, you can expect to boogie to some of our faves such as Ball Park Music, Alex Lahey and BROODS.
St Jerome’s Laneway 2019 Line-up has finally been released with a ticket date to pencil into our summer diaries and g-cals.
Sensitively adapted from Emily Danforth’s acclaimed coming-of-age novel, The Miseducation of Cameron Post delves into the strange and often confronting world of gay-conversion therapy for teens in religious America.
This year’s Lavazza Italian Film Festival looks set to be a big one with larger-than-life family comedies, sensual romantic dramas and darker tales of crime, corruption and murder in the country’s brutal underbelly.
Windmill Theatre’s new production Amphibian is no future canonical classic, but definitely has the potential to remain an enduring piece of theatre if the important issues addressed on stage aren’t addressed in the real world.
We chatted to band members Toby and Benny from Skegss about their upcoming Australian and UK tour to get a glimpse of life on and off the road.
The last day of August at the ever so tasty, Fat Controller, was a night filled with great tunes by bands Indiago, Sleepy Lizards and Contract Love that excelled our expectations.
2018/2019's lineup is looking like a god damn treat.
An honest, rather cathartic meditation on life, loss, and redemption.