a/k/a Kieran Hebden, Four Tet’s DJ sets have a legacy of their own, masterfully weaving his imprint through moments of intoxicating transcendence, gummy pop explosions and bass bin mayhem. Traversing the history of British dance music and anointing the future, while pulling in everything from Bollywood funk to DC hardcore. On-sale now!


Your new favourite band (and ours) Chimers, have landed in the big time with a whole slew of support slots to Mudhoney confirmed for this April. Expect a new single released ahead of time and a new album’s worth of post-hardcore, hi-energy jams readied just for the occasion. Dates here


On YTILAER Bill is backed by three choice ones: long-serving, quietly pyrotechnic guitarist Matt Kinsey, Dirty Three’s peerless sticksman Jim White, and, on bass, newbie Emmett Kelly, currently wowing in Ty Segall’s Freedom Band. In places they’re joined by Austin keys player Sarah Ann Phillips, and assorted brass players (“because horns are heralds, triumphs”) – Planets even concludes with three minutes of gleefully searching improv. Overall, though, this dream team summon Callahan’s most delectable sound since 2009’s Sometimes I Wish We Were An Eagle. Coyotes rolls blissfully like Neil Young in tender Harvest mode, topped off by another joyful, whistle-able refrain: “Yes, I am your loverman. – UNCUT


Due to overwhelming demand Osees are chuffed to announce a venue upgrade in Sydney swapping out The Factory in Marrickville for The Metro in the CBD. R.M.F.C retains the support slot and all previously bought tickets remain valid. In Melbourne too another 50 tickets have been released to meet demand. Tickets for all shows available via


In exactly two weeks time, eleven years on from their glorious 2012 live return, Sunnyboys will commence The Last Dance; their final EVER tour. No animosity, no musical differences, just the satisfaction of a job well done and knowing that it’s time.

In the period since their return Sunnyboys arguably achieved as much if not more as their original life-span. They co-headlined a sold-out A Day On The Green, sold-out multiple nights at Sydney’s Enmore and Factory Theatres, Brisbane’s The Tivoli, Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, Melbourne’s The Forum, Corner and Croxton Hotels, Perth Festival plus Thirroul, Byron Bay, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast; re-released all three studio albums, released a live DVD and a live album, recorded and released four new tracks and sold countless t-shirts, beanies, caps, hoodies and badges and watched their eponymous debut reach double platinum sales. A remarkable achievement for a band still largely ignored by the mainstream.

But now it’s all coming to a close. No reason to be sad though, lets consider it a celebration of a fantastic career – or even better, a celebration of a fantastic band. Hip hip!