Listen to all the 2012 Mercury Music Prize nominees including the bookies favourites Richard Hawley, Plan B, Alt-J and Django Django. Plus the obligatory jazz nominees - Roller Trio.
The last GTM in Bunbury was made of mostly comeback acts who've been dearly missed by everybody who kept grooving through the ice cold night in singlets and shorts.
The festival was an udder triumph and hopefully it doesn’t moove on anytime soon.
This year Canberra celebrated Mother’s Day in a with the fourth leg of *Groovin’ The Moo*, at the University of Canberra. Once again gracing the nation’s capital for its fourth year, the line up of some of the finest local and international acts inc
Kaiser Chiefs headed up a stellar line up at Groovin the Moo, Bendigo - an entirely successful and enjoyable event full of ripper sets.
Ahead of their first ever tour Down Under we chat to The Maccabees about changing sounds and rat-infested studios.
It will be difficult for The Maccabees to have an indelible impact without first defining a unique aesthetic of their own - an aesthetic they have begun to shape with this creation of this record. Given To The Wild creates a beautiful contrast between its
More Groovin' the Moo sideshows with The Maccabees adding a run of headline shows to their first Australian tour.
It looks like we'll soon be adding tours from The Maccabees, Azealia Banks and return visits from Coldplay and Soundgarden to our gig lists.