Trial Kennedy is on its first ever headline tour of Australia, and nerves are a little jittery. Drummer Shaun Gionis tells FasterLouder they don’t need huge crowds, just enthusiastic ones.
After a decade hiatus, English trip-hop trio Portishead returns with Third. Over eleven intricately-crafted tracks, the album re-confirms why they’re masters of their genre.
French folk-pop artist Camille is back with a third album filled with unexpected uncommon and unusual sounds that make Music Hole almost indescribable. Almost.
Those who aren’t really into instrumental music always wonder what its point is. But don’t be surprised when the hypnotic sounds and words of M83’s new album Saturdays = Youth get to... More
Cosmic rock kids Rocket Science are heading out on a national tour to support their hyped single Psychic Man, from the new album Different Like You.
Combine the emotions of a gospel singer with modern, experimental sounds and Gnarls Barkley’s second album, The Odd Couple, becomes the final product.
With four albums out, including two mixtape remixes, Ratatat continue to give their fans what they want. Their modus operandi is simple but effective: “We don’t have a real genre that we s... More
On March 14, over 100 people attended Indent’s inaugural ISAAC Awards at the Redfern Community Centre, recognising the achievements of young people and support workers in the all-ages entertainm... More
Universal Music has signed Melbourne trio Children Collide, ending months of speculation and bidding wars from various record labels.