Soundwave Festival has announced UK prog-metal band, Monuments and ska punk outfit The Interrupters as the latest acts to join the ever-growing lineup for next year’s festival. They join Japanese metalcore act Coldrain, Patent Pending and Butcher Babies on the officially confirmed bill.
Young Aussie up-and-comer, Rachel Costanzo has unveiled her first single ‘Starlight’, from her debut self-titled EP.
‘Starlight’ is a fresh, poppy number from the young singer, and with lyrics like “Every time I close my eyes, we’re running out into the night, We’re gonna leave it all behind, Escaping in the starlight” it’ll be sure to have listeners moving and grooving in no time. Rachel’s impressive vocal range and delivery also brings a youthful and energetic feel to the infectious pop track.
Lights! Camera! Action! Sylvester Stallone’s explosive film The Expendables 3 has unveiled a new trailer, and it’s not holding back on the action.
It’s “the biggest, baddest action movie of all time.” Well, according to the film’s newcomer Terry Crews.
She might not have made it to the live rounds on last year’s X Factor, as part of the group Straight Up, but Sydney teen Latifa Tee is making a name for herself in the US.
The pop group initially impressed judges with their audition piece, performing the Jackson 5’s ‘I Want You Back’. However, they failed to make it further than the home visit stage.
After much speculation from fans, and the media alike, Japanese metalcore outfit Coldrain have been confirmed to join the Soundwave 2015 lineup.
Festival boss AJ Maddah has confirmed several acts for the hard and heavy festival, including local hardcore band Confession, and progressive metal act Ne Obliviscaris. However, the announcement of Coldrain is the first official confirmation for next year’s lineup.
Lorde volunteered as tribute to curate the soundtrack for highly anticipated film, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1.
The 17-year-old ‘Royals’ hitmaker, who covered ‘Everybody Wants To Rule The World’ by Tears For Fears for the Catching Fire soundtrack, will not only be the sole curator of the music compilation, but will also write an original song for the film.
Western Sydney teen rockers 5 Seconds Of Summer topped the US charts last week, with some of the year’s biggest numbers.
Released June 27 this year, via Capitol Records, the pop quartet’s self-titled debut album sold a massive 259,000 copies in its first weeks, giving 5SOS the highest selling debut by an Aussie artist in the US.
The Soundwave 2015 First Wave is slowly but surely coming together. On Monday, Japanese metalcore act Coldrain were confirmed to join the bill, and now, US pop-punkers Patent Pending and LA-based metal act Butcher Babies have been added to the ever-expanding lineup.
Gotye has revealed a progress update on his highly anticipated fourth album.
During a recent interview with Triple J’s The Doctor, Gotye, better known as Wally De Backer, let slip some recent developments on the forthcoming record.
Guardians Of The Galaxy director, James Gunn has revealed some of the secrets behind the soundtrack to the Marvel comic turned blockbuster.
“The songs that were used in the movie were chosen to be specific to those scenes so it’s not about what songs I like the best” Gunn said in a press conference.
He is only 19 years of age, and relatively unknown in the pop sphere, but Troye Sivan is dominating the Aussie charts with his debut single, ‘Happy Little Pill.’
‘Happy Little Pill’ debuted on the Perth singer’s Tumblr two weeks ago, and has already garnered over 2 million plays.
Local metalcore outfit Confession, are hitting Aussie highways this October to play 10 shows along the east coast.
Fronted by Michael Crafter, a key player in the hardcore scene, the national tour comes in support of the band’s latest album, Life And Death, which was released earlier this year by Resist Records through Cooking Vinyl.
A new clip from the highly anticipated Inbetweeners sequel has been revealed. The clip, titled ‘Fish Food’ sees the not-so-awesome foursome – comprised of Will, Simon, Neil and Jay – arguing over the fish-only diet of dolphins.
With the usual passive-aggressive, witty banter exchanged between Will and Jay, and lines such as: “no burgers, no KFC, no Nando’s on birthdays” from the token jester, Neil, The Inbetweeners 2 will undoubtedly be as hilarious as the last installment.
Having made their return home after a run of dates in the US, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have announced that they will be hitting Aussie highways for a national tour this August and September.
Fresh off the back of their debut North America tour, which saw the Melbourne lads perform as part of Austin Psych Fest, Brooklyn’s Northside Festival, and Canada Music Week, KG&TLW will play a string of shows on home soil.
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