Roughly three weeks ago, a plethora of the music industry’s elite took to a press conference to announce the re-launch of the music streaming APP - Tidal. The likes of
A few weeks ago we published Spotify head honcho Daniel (definitely not “the Man” and just an honest Swedish music loving entrepreneur trying to turn a crust) Ek’s reaction to Taylor Swift’s decision to take most or all her music off his service until she was paid properly.
Were you aware of the fact that there are around 4 million songs on Spotify that have never been played?!
Forgotify has been created to reduce that number and introduce people to a huge library of music that’s never ever been streamed.
So we herd you might be in need of some new music?
Well allow us to steer you in the right direction…
Up until now our TGIF series has predominantly focused on party JAMS, handpicked by the likes of Little Dragon, Royal Blood & Dune Rats that have all done their bit in helping kick start our weekends BUT every now and then a more chilled 2 day break is what the doctor ordered.
No one looks forward to the weekend more than party brat punks Dune Rats… actually… let’s be honest, the way these guys party it probably doesn’t matter what day of the week it is in order for them to get loose and cause a ruckus..
To celebrate the release their brand spankin’ new self titled album which dropped on June 1 we caught up with everyone’s favourite self-proclaimed hyperactive stoner c**ts and asked them to tell us what goes on the stereo when they party… and Jesus Christ, they can party.
UK duo Royal Blood’s stock has been on the rise ever since they exploded onto the scene late last year when they supported Arctic Monkeys on their UK tour dates.
The band have just touched down in Australia for a couple of sold out shows, which is sure to have a whole lot of people that missed out on tix with a heavy case of the FMLs.
Our buddies over at Maniacs recently caught up with Byron Bay metal band In Hearts Wake ahead of their tour with Dream On Dreamer, Being As An Ocean & Endless Heights and found out what goes on the stereo backstage at their shows.
There are definitely more than a few surprises in amongst the list, that features tunes from artists such as, Neil Young, America, Nick Cave, London Grammar & even Drake.