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She said yes.
Yep, we need to edit our AOTY lists now...
BLUNT showcases a bunch of local and international up-and-comers that we think you ought to know about. Get 'em while they're fresh.
"This is a record that you can place on the same shelf as Australian indie-rock bands such as Motor Ace, Kisschasy or Something For Kate."
We've found it. We've found the story that will make you say, “Me as a parent”.
Real Friends vocalist Dan Lambton was on hand to give us a guided tour through The Home Inside My Head.
With their sophomore full-length How To Survive An Atomic Bomb now out in the world, we caught up with Columbia Buffet's vocalist Daniel Rogan.
A little bit of awkwardness aside, it was hard to find fault with We The Kings' pop-punk grand slam.
Violent Soho are ready to emerge from hibernation with the first taste of their fourth album.
Funeral For A Friend frontman Matthew Davies-Kreye tells BLUNT about his Jade Tree years, and the band’s complex history with the ‘emo’ tag.
Ahead of their appearance at the 2014 Unfun Festival, we quiz Kisschasy's Joel Vanderuit on his favourite albums.
Want to get the most out of this year's Soundwave line-up? Here’s your comprehensive list of all the sidewaves on offer for 2014.
It's finally here in all of its glory! Green Day! Avenged Sevenfold! Stone Temple Pilots! Click on through to see the full first line-up announcement...
What’s a bunch of Californian pop-punk superstars to do when the tenth anniversary of their career-defining breakthrough opus rolls around?
As their biggest tour thus far comes to an end, we caught up with one of the country's most promising pop-punk acts.
Your new favourite band to get drunk, cry a lot and them scream along to indecipherably is here: they’re called The Hard Aches, they’re a two-piece...
Against Me! are more real than all the others, and, of course, more real than all the rest. As such, we had a chat with...
“This is a band that is literally playing as if their world is ending.”
Feeling dismayed by what you heard in this year’s Hottest 100? You’re not alone. The “world’s biggest musical democracy” left a lot to be desired,...
When Gallows’ frontman Frank Carter creatively hooked up with former Hope Conspiracy guitarist Jim Carroll they swiftly realised that they had something special going on.