There are so many ambient albums that could be considered Impossible Vinyl, but there is one that leaps out in particular.
Sound is political — it is living, breathing and disturbing all at once. There’s music in silence and revolutions brewing in everyday sounds we encounter. Come traverse over lands with us listening to revolutionary music from different struggles around the world. I hope you enjoy listening to this playlist as much as I enjoyed making it!
Despite popular revivals in the 80s and 90s, rock today lives largely away from the mainstream. It exists mostly in pubs and bars, and that's okay — it needn’t be widely commercially successful to be good or to have a point. Wherever it goes, its rebellious aura will live on.
If you want to know how to navigate life: look to the music of Joni Mitchell.
In conversation with artists and organisers from Sydney’s rave and dance music scenes.
From union hymns to neoconservatism, country’s political history is turbulent but profound.
All main stage acts on the first day of the festival have been cancelled at the last minute due to wet weather. This comes after the previous night’s camping entry process left festivalgoers waiting for over nine hours with no accommodation or communication from the festival.
The Melbourne/Naarm-based experimental-electronic artist recently played two sold-out solo shows at Phoenix Central Park.
Hyperpop (as we know it) is a myth, but who is telling its story?
Art music in Sydney is seeing a much-needed shift away from Eurocentrism.