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The earth has music for those who listen

The earth has music for those who listen

Avani Dias spoke to house producer Late Nite Tuff Guy about Adelaide, career changes, and the Australian dance music scene

These chicks don’t even know the name of my band: Okin Osan

These chicks don’t even know the name of my band: Okin Osan

Meet the band that took out third place in this year’s band comp

Interview: The Preatures

Chelsea Reed had a chat with singer and guitarist Gideon to get the story behind their latest release.

Iceland is a place Of Monsters and Men

Samantha Jonscher spoke to the Icelandic band about their hometown, visiting Australia, and their time at Splendour in the Grass.

This album is Sharpe and rates more than Zero

Georgia Kriz went along to the album listening of the self -titled release by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes

These chicks don’t even know the name of my band – The Posse

These chicks don’t even know the name of my band – The Posse

Avani Dias met some musicians from the Con that like to work hard and play hard

This charming man (or: Morrissey is an asshole but whatever)

This charming man (or: Morrissey is an asshole but whatever)

Bryant Apolonio knows how Joan of Arc felt.

These chicks don’t even know the name of my band: Harriet Whiskey Club

These chicks don’t even know the name of my band: Harriet Whiskey Club

Honi Soit sat down with USYD band Harriet Whiskey Club.

Putting on a show

Putting on a show

Adam Disney thinks you should see live music, even when it isn’t Bruce Springsteen

These chicks don’t even know the name of my band – Ocean Alley

These chicks don’t even know the name of my band – Ocean Alley

Meet Ocean Alley, a psychedelic reggae band that came third in last year’s band competition.

Top 5 Disney Songs to Have Kinky Heteronormative Sex To

Top 5 Disney Songs to Have Kinky Heteronormative Sex To

Rafi Alam ruins Disney for you… and probably sex as well.

Mixtape 002 – Wonderful remixes of trashy pop songs.

Mixtape 002 – Wonderful remixes of trashy pop songs.

This mixtape gives you incredible versions of all those songs that you are too embarrassed to admit you enjoy. These artists have made something you hate to love, into something you can tell all your friends about.

These chicks don’t even know the name of my band – Sydney Uni band of the week

These chicks don’t even know the name of my band – Sydney Uni band of the week

This section helps you get to know an up and coming USYD band that we think can make it in the big smoke. This week we’re talking to blues, rock and jazz three-piece, The Rider. You heard ‘em here first.

Uni-Verse: Time to face the music

Uni-Verse: Time to face the music

Georgia Behrens reports on dissonant reforms at the ANU School of Music

Interview: Katie Wighton

Interview: Katie Wighton

Apparently good singer-songwriters still exist in Sydney. Chelsea Reed interviews Katie Wighton to find out what motives her and her music.

No Homo(phobia)

No Homo(phobia)

“Come take a stab at it faggot, I pre-ordered your casket” doesn’t really paint a very welcoming image… under, well, any circumstances whatsoever. The Odd Future collective, particularly their de facto leader, Tyler the Creator, have been lambasted for the use of such blatant homophobia in their music (fun facts: Tyler’s album, Goblin, contains a […]

A new maestro for the Conservatorium

A new maestro for the Conservatorium

Rosie Marks-Smith and Paul Meo make music with Dr Karl Kramer

Just a Penrith girl in a Defqon.1 world

Just a Penrith girl in a Defqon.1 world

I came, I saw, I gabbered, writes Bernadette Morabito.

Night-time economy must deliver the goods

Night-time economy must deliver the goods

Young Sydneysiders want good music and great times when we go out – give that to us or we will make it happen ourselves.

Splendour in the Grass

Splendour in the Grass

Honi Soit editors, Jack Gow, Paul Ellis, and Bebe D’Souza make the pilgrimage to hipster Mecca.

Born to work? Not for the Boss

Born to work? Not for the Boss

Wayne Swan’s emphasis on employment as a core value sells Springsteen short, writes Shaun Crowe in Canberra.

Ocean’s outing makes few waves

Ocean’s outing makes few waves

Frank Ocean’s confession marks change in hip-hop’s sexuality, writes Victoria Lui.

Review: Groovin’ The Moo

Review: Groovin’ The Moo

Justin Pen was Friesian cold in Canberra as Honi’s man on the ground for Groovin’ The Moo.

Grimes: emerging indie girl

Grimes: emerging indie girl

Avani Dias discovers the woman behind the indie scene’s emerging ‘it-girl’.