In the spring of 1976 David Bowie left the hedonistic mayhem of LA for a haunted French chateau to make what would become his 1977 masterpiece 'Low'. Here is the story of a man trying to become a ghost.
We caught up with Melbourne's Running Touch to discuss his musical journey so far and also dig into the influences of his new tracks.
Have a listen to what we had on high rotation on the office boombox throughout the month of January.
In May 1979, David Bowie did a two hour radio show on BBC called 'Star Special' in which he played some of his favourite records. Tune in here.
Before he hits our shores for the upcoming Laneway Festival, rapper GoldLink blessed us with his fave jams to chill the f**k out to...
2016 is shaping up to be an EPIC year for new music, check out the 20 albums we're most pumped for.
DUNE RATS welcoming RAT BOY to the Ratbag Records crew makes a helluva lotta sense.
Mr David Jones. Such a plain, common name for a man who ended up changing the entertainment world. Not long after Brixton-born musician Jones changed his surname to Bowie, he began turning pop music on its head...
We delve a little further into the enigmatic mind of Kiiara, the 20 year old singer-songwriter who is setting up to become one of the next big things in 2016.
Perth's Koi Child have dropped another track from their forthcoming debut album and it's another Kevin Parker produced doozy that we're all about.
Listen to one of the most underrated songs of 2015 courtesy of Rhythm & Blues gun: Aaron Livingston aka Son Little and his feel inducing Lay Down.
"David Bowie was the epitome of unique. No one sounded like him, looked like him, acted like him. He was a truly amazing human being. I believe, wherever he is now, he’s still the rarest of his kind. Goodnight, you beautiful soul."
We got Wishes, one of our fave musical discoveries of 2015 to e-a-s-e us in to 2016 by curating a 'Songs To Chill The Fuck Out To' playlist.
A best of 2015 mix to soundtrack festival roadtrips or arvo bevvies as this year winds down.