Only three Australian albums have made the list of the 200 best albums released since Pitchfork began shaping our album collections back in 1995.
No luck for Cut Copy at the Grammys as Skrillex, Foo Fighters and Kanye West grab the awards.
It’s time to take a good look at the timetable and start planning your day and dashes between the stages.
Get your hands off me you dirty stinking ape!
Could Australia’s electronic darlings fill the epic-ness that is the Sydney Opera House?
It’s been a while since Cut Copy’s debut long-player Bright Like Neon Love hit our soundwaves way back in 2004. Now another album later and as veterans of countless shows and almost as many awful scissor and paste puns, Cut Copy made a return to Adela
Electro dance giants Cut Copy performed a mediocre show with support from World’s End Press.
If you can think of a better way to spend a Thursday night, I’d like to hear it.
Cut Copy return to their hometown of Melbourne for their first show in three years, to play a visually and aurally mesmerising set at The Palace, with The Holidays in support.
The University of Canberra became a stomping ground for musicians and fans alike when Groovin' The Moo pulled into Canberra on Sunday.
Groovin' the Moo seems to have found its happy place with a largely unchanged format for 2011.