Having had a good run of 7+ years blogging my favorite music, I’ve decided that it’s time to pursue other interests and take a break. There have been heaps of good blogs that have done exactly that lately… perhaps the streaming services have all the hits now… definitely the age of the independent blogging scene is on the wane.
I never intended this to be anything but a hobby, an outlet for my passion for artists and their craft, and a love affair with Australia’s every growing music scene. I will continue to follow and support new and upcoming talent but not in the same way. If you haven’t yet please like my page on Facebook where I will continue to share my new music discoveries from time to time. Thanks again to all those who supported and followed Music From Go to Whoa and formerly You Are the Music over the years. Cheers! Get Happy!
Drones are becoming a very effective tool for photographers like Paul Borrud aka “The Bird” who captures live surfing video feeds on coastal locations throughout Sydney, Australia and in the above video Fijian Islands.
Sydney, Australia’s Sticky Fingers are busy working on new material following up on their successful debut LP, ‘Caress Your Soul“. They quickly caught our attention with their DIY video production of their track “Australia Street” which many claimed was reproduced in some way by Coldplay’s video for “A Sky Full of Stars“, which like AS was filmed on location walking while performing their songs through the streets of Newtown.
Stream the newest single, “Velvet Skies“, the 2nd taste of their upcoming sophomore LP, following “Just for You” from their upcoming release ‘Land of Pleasure’ out August 1st worldwide.
Well, while we are anxiously waiting to hear the new Self Title LP from the awesome Australian brother and sister duo, they have put it out there for us a week before it drops. Check out Angus and Julia‘s S/T LP courtesy of Triple J Radio here.
Don’t wait, this stream will end soon!
1. A Heartbreak
2. My Word For It
3. Grizzly Bear
4. Heart Beats Slow
5. Wherever You Are
6. Get Home
7. Death Defying Acts
8. Little Whiskey
9. From The Stalls
10. Other Things
11. Please You
12. Main Street
13. Crash And Burn
Mark Lanegan, joined by Jeff Fielder and Johnny Sangster, performed live in the KEXP studios while on tour on the West Coast opening for Nick Cave in a handful of shows at which he premiered a few new tunes from a forthcoming LP entitled Phantom Radio.
Judgement Time (new song)
The Cherry Tree Carol
I Am The Wolf (new song)
Reaching for the Moon
“You know, we as black people have to come to grips that hip-hop is a contagious culture,” Questlove continued. “If you love something, you gotta set it free. I will say that ‘Fancy,’ above any song that I’ve ever heard or dealt with, is a game-changer in that fact that we’re truly going to have to come to grips with the fact that hip-hop has spread its wings.”
And that is exactly what is occurring Down Under with bands like Illy and DT3, check out their song below:
Sydney-born, Melbourne-based songwriter Laura Jean first came to national attention in 2006 with the release of her debut album Our Swan Song. Lush and pastoral, adorned with strings, woodwind and beautiful modal harmonies, Our Swan Song was a critical and popular favourite, gaining Triple J high rotation and introducing Laura Jean as a powerful, exotic new voice in Australian music. “First Love Song” is the first single from Laura Jean’s self-titled album, released by Chapter Music on August 22, 2014.