After his recent tour of Australia, electronic soul singer / producer James Blake has put out a music video for ‘Can’t Believe The Way We Flow’ from his fantastically put together ‘Assume‘ album that was released at the beginning of this year.Read More
Our team had the pleasure of seeing the English multi-instrumentalist at one of his sold-out ‘Assume Form Tour’ sideshows at Enmore Theatre, the week after his weekend performance North Byron Parklands for Splendour in the Grass 2019.
Words and photography by Talica TamanitoakulaRead More
Splendour In The Grass has (unsurprisingly) sold out for another year, but there’s thankfully still plenty of sideshow action going down about the place for all of you snoozers who missed out on tix.
So far, we’ve got extra-curricular touring action announced from the likes of Foals, Catfish & The Bottlemen, James Blake, The Streets, Fidlar and more.
Check out the full list (so far) right here, right now.Read More
It’s one of the biggest live music celebrations of the year, it’s a rite of passage, and it’s going down this July for the 19th damn time. It’s Splendour In The Grass and the line up is out now. Click through to see who will be heading down our way.Read More
With the soundtrack out, and the film landing in theatres this week, Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar have just unleashed the official video for “Black Panther” cut, ‘King’s Dead.’Read More
James Blake has shared a video for his “The Colour In Anything” track ‘My Willing Heart.’
Starring Natalie Portman, the video was shot just a few days before she gave birth last month. She swims underwater and luxuriates in bed in a series of moody black-and-white shots. Watch it now.
This year’s line-up for Splendour in the Grass was major with headliners The Strokes, The Cure, The Avalanches and James Blake performing at the three-day festival in Byron Bay. We didn’t manage to grab any tickets to said festival, but we were lucky enough to be invited to a couple of sideshows.
One of the biggest names we could have hoped for was James Blake.
Now go on and read our review of his Sydney performance.
Yesiree; tickets for the elusive camping music festival in Byron Bay may have already SOLD OUT this year, but a string of sideshows from the amazing line-up of artists has just been announced.
Read on to see who you can see live (in a more intimate setting) in your city.
This year’s Splendour In The Grass line-up has been announced and it’s a year that shows a handful of significant comebacks.
Long-missed Australian outfit The Avalanches, responsible for “Since I Left You” will play together live for the first time in years. International headliners include The Strokes, The Cure, James Blake, Sigur Ros, The Kills and At the Drive-In. Click the pic for the entire line-up and get ready to be excited!
The dates this year are July 22–24, and it will again be held at the North Byron Parklands.Read More
From other sides of the world, music’s finest from Britain and Brooklyn come together as Ellie Goulding and Angel Haze team up to cover James Blake’s ‘Life Round Here’.
Soft, pretty, dreamy and haunting all at the same damn time.Read More