Well, how bloody convenient! So here we were, musing about how Triple J has gripped the Aussie music industry so tightly that even writers are falling all over each other to sound exactly alike – when along comes this compilation. Fantastic! Now we have here a bona fide aural coffee table book – 25 tracks, […]
ABC's youth radio station Triple J has contributed to the success of many local media outlets but has it become so influential that it's led to the homogenisation of Australian music websites?
As the editor of a popular Australian music website, the articles he publishes have garnered hundreds, maybe even thousands of page hits. When he created a new website recently, he was eager to see it equal or better his past successes. So he doctored his content to specifically feature the acts played on ABC’s popular […]
Beaches have chosen to exist as a small, heavily populated planet in a universe of infinite possibilities and sounds. And that is never a cause for celebration.
Why do music fans have to be so reductionist. Does everyone HAVE to think the same way?
If Street Press Australia is still inviting discussion about sexism in its papers, I would like to let them know that I think Fred Negro’s Strip included in Time Off edition 1611 is sexist.
It’s the best week of summer vacation you ever had
If you want to be immortal, have them play Dirty Three at your funeral.
Swap the bible for an iPad and he could have passed for Steve Jobs unveiling his vision for the exciting next phase of the company.
The reason Splendour hasn’t sold out instantaneously, as it normally does, is that the line-up doesn’t justify the price.