Itinerant, conman and genuine good bloke, Nathan Roche is one of the most prolific artists in the Australian underground right now – and he’s certainly the most flippant. He’s a self-published novelist, frontman of the... The post LISTEN: Nathan Roche – ‘In Dresden They’ve Been Dressing in Black Again’ appeared first on Who The Hell.
Olympia’s new track was inspired by photos of ‘red honey’ – the result of one Utah beekeeper’s idea to feed his bees cheap Candy Canes instead of planting some flora like any other sensible beekeeper... The post PREMIERE: Olympia – ‘Honey’ video appeared first on Who The Hell.
DRAKE ~ JUNGLE from OctobersVeryOwn on Vimeo.
Looptroop Rockers – Halos from Looptroop Rockers on Vimeo.
Photography by Bec Capp There are certain things that should be left unsaid in order to avoid conflict. At this year’s Sugar Mountain festival, Nas bulldozed through that rule with charming American gusto: “Man,... The post FEATURE: Sugar Mountain Festival 2015 appeared first on Who The Hell.
Sugar Mountain comes to us revamped this year, after a 12-month hiatus. It has a new location at the VCA Southbank campus, where the extra space has allowed for a bigger line up than ever... The post Who the Hell’s Guide to Sugar Mountain appeared first on Who The Hell.
HAM from Eric Wareheim on Vimeo.
WHORL from Bosh on Vimeo.
Dictaphone Blues is the bedroom project turned full band project of Edward Castellow, Auckland’s favourite southern adoptee. A new release is a reason to get excited, as Ed has managed to put out some of... The post INTRODUCING: Dictaphone Blues appeared first on Who The Hell.
Our feature act for November’s instalment of our monthly MAP series are pop stalwarts Open Swimmer. The band features members of The Harpoons, Seagull and Melbourne via Glasgow singer Ben TD. You can listen to all... The post MAP – November 2014 appeared first on Who The Hell.
Everybody loves a good local hero. Austria’s got Arnie Schwarznegger, Canada have Nickelback, and even bloody Belgium can hold up Gotye as their own. However, that’s not to say that Australia is lacking in the... The post WATCH: Charging Stallion – ‘Eddie McGuire’ appeared first on Who The Hell.
Newly signed to Two Bright Lakes and Remote Control, Total Giovanni last week released their debut single, ‘Human Animal’. The band’s reputation for outrageous live shows preceded them, and before the public got a taste of... The post INTRODUCING: Total Giovanni appeared first on Who The Hell.
Jeremy Neale seems to have a new hobby: releasing what are ostensibly novelty songs, but then making them too goddamn good to be novelty songs. With his solo band earlier this year he put out... The post LISTEN: Teen Sensations – ‘Monster Beach Party’ appeared first on Who The Hell.
Sakarias – Atlanten (Officiell video) from Sakarias on Vimeo. (Via PSL)
Brand new deep house track sampling INner City’s Good Life from Vancouver’s Kalibo. posted by @tristanorchard
SLIMZEE’S GOING ON TERRIBLE from Rollo Jackson on Vimeo. Beautiful documentary directed by Rollo Jackson about “the godfather of grime” and the founder of Rinse FM DJ Slimzee.
The second single from Oceans Apart, a 19-track compilation showcasing Melbourne’s diverse club scene, mixed and curated by Cut Copy, dropped last week. If the other tracks are anything like as good as this one... The post LISTEN: Ara Koufax – ‘Brenda’ appeared first on Who The Hell.
Savvy to the task of remixing, err….‘emo-bounce’? Super Magic Hats aka. local electronic producer Rob Masterton has done it. He’s covered Kitty’s ‘BrB’ (with vocals courtesy of Bonnie Morrison), minus the bad underwear and ‘bae’... The post PREMIERE: Super Magic Hats – ‘BRB’ (Kitty cover) appeared first on Who The Hell.
The moody beauty of Black Atlass’ Young Bloods EP standout “Jewels” gets a truly next-level video treatment from Woodkid, premiered today via The FADER. The clip features Black Atlass and supermodel Anja Rubik interacting in a surreal and completely artificial environment built frame-by-frame by the director. “The reality pictured in this video only exists in […]
Photos by Henry Johnson Boats is a music project by Melbourne’s Blake Paterson. ‘Spider’s Soul’ – a supine slice of acoustic electronica emerged earlier this year, but Paterson had been making music for a... The post SEQUENCE: Boats appeared first on Who The Hell.