A list of 50 albums that never really received the recognition – whether critically or commercially – they deserved.
Brisbane’s version of The Falls Festival, sans tent and road trip, Sunset Sounds rolled into town for a third instalment in 2011.
Hot Hot Heat have always been erratic, scattergun songwriters and But while the album rewards repeat listens, it doesn’t do much to encourage them.
Hot Hot Heat is strongly tipped to play at Falls and FasterLouder caught up with the band to chat tours and love between bandmates.
From thousands of entries, Samatha Milford and Maree Anderson were the lucky winners in our V Festival competition. This pair of FasterLouder fans won side-of-stage access for Hot Hot Heat, and even got to meet a rather sweaty Steve Bays.
The thinking man's indie band plays Sydney and brings fellow alliteration-appreciators Hot Hot Heat along.
Melbourne's V Festival proved itself as a worthy contender in the Australian big name festivals, with enough highlights to immediately rival Big Day Out.
Indie rock royalty descended upon Brisbane, bringing with them their expansive sound and penchant for yelling stuff.
Music, mud, malt liquor and merriment as thousands of punters rock up to rock out at V Festival...
"I think you spend your whole life trying to reflect who you are a little bit more every time, but it's tough because who you think you are is changing all the time," explains Bays.
Yep - it's true - Johnny Marr will be coming to town with Modest Mouse for this year's V Festival. The Washington based alt rockers will also be delivering a series of sideshows whilst in town.
With Smashing Pumpkins and QOTSA headlining, V Festival was already shaping up to be one of the must see events on the musical calendar - the second round artist announcement which includes indie faves Modest Mouse makes buying a ticket imperative.
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