The Guardian reckons he’s singing his outrage at US foreign policy, but it all sounds like cotton wool and bunnies from where I am.
A scuzzy disco grind, a glorious hark back to the 70s and a breathy French chorus to sing along to
Australia. You worry me sometimes.
Commercial radio is the same wherever you are: its playlist is severely restricted, and they don’t “break” bands
Folk are getting hot under the collar about the recent Jagermeister-sponsored AIR (Australian Independent Music) awards. Particularly the awarding of the “best independent album” category to Cloud Control for Bliss Release, an album distributed by Universal Music. And also particularly at the fact the host of the “independent” music awards was one of Nova 969 […]