News: SPILT MILK REVEALS HUGE 2018 LINE-UP

FEAT. CHILDISH GAMBINO, THE WOMBATS, PEKING DUK, VERA BLUE, JACK RIVER, RL GRIME, THE JUNGLE GIANTS, MISS BLANKS AND MORE PLUS ART BY GERMAN VISUAL ARTIST STEFANIE THIELE, EATS BY CHUR BURGER, DIRTY BIRD & MANY MORE PRESENTED BY KICKS & TRIPLE J HOMEGROWN LOCALS TICKETS (ACT) – 12PM, SUNDAY JULY 1 PRE SALE TICKETS ON SALE – 12PM, […]

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Interview: LIFEHACK

The Hungarian band LIFEHACK was formed in 2016. Their music is filled with energy, exuberant choruses and it’s hinted with alternative post-rock elements. We caught up with the Hungarian band to talk about the new album and the challenges they faced when writing an album in another language.    What part of Hungary are you from? We’re from different parts of Hungary. Our drummer Adam’s from Sopron, our guitarist David […]

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Live Gallery: RECLINK CUP

Reclink Cup, Victoria Park Melbourne It was on for young and old at Victoria Park for the annual Reclink Cup. Reigning champs the Rockdogs defended their title against the mighty Megahertz, while some of the country’s best musicians took care of the pre and post-match entertainment. Whilst the Mighty Megahertz […]

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News: LIFEHACK DEBUTS WITH THEIR FIRST EP AND MUSIC VIDEO

  LIFEHACK DEBUTS WITH THEIR FIRST EP AND  MUSIC VIDEO    The Hungarian band LIFEHACK was formed in 2016. Their music is filled with energy, exuberant choruses and it’s hinted with alternative post-rock elements. They target a young audience who are open to new things. The first album contained seven songs, written in their mother tongue, which was followed by two music videos and two live sessions. At the end of 2017 the band decided to make an English EP from three of their already published songs which they can showcase in front of the international audience too, plus a music video was also made for “Brave”.    “Back when our band was starting off and also during the making of our first album we were thinking a lot about whether we should publish our songs in English or Hungarian. You have many great bands with English lyrics who don’t want to debut in front of a worldwide audience. But in our country you’ll have a better chance becoming successful if your lyrics are in Hungarian. One thing is for sure: if you ask the professionals here, they’ll immediately say you should write in Hungarian. And they won’t have high hopes for you if you were to say you want to debut abroad. Anna and I have been working together for 6 years now and we dared to dream big even from the beginning. I think our band has the persistence to get our music to as many places as possible and have a wider audience, plus we pushed ourselves, and have reached a level in our music and style which we’re proud to show(case) to the world. Hope you’ll enjoy it!” – said Ádám Tarcsai, the drummer of LIFEHACK.     

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27 Listicle Series: FRITZ

  Fresh from a national support tour with fellow DIY-til-you-die Ruby Fields, young FRITZ is steadily gaining a legion of followers thanks to her quirky on-stage banter and infectious laugh. With momentum like this, ‘Pointless’ social events may be a thing of the past.  Since heaps of people think she is […]

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Live Review: Sarah Blasko

Sarah Blasko, 170 Russell Melbourne Sarah Blasko is one of those musicians that has a rare gift. With the ability to write songs that take the listener on a beautiful sun-drenched journey through her world she is a delight. Dressed in a cute black and white dress, she floats on […]

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