Featuring TISM, Public Enemy, You Am I + more
For Aussie music lovers, nothing got much better than waking up (or kicking on) to watch Recovery on a...
Featuring Silverchair, Magic Dirt, Tumbleweed + more
If there's one era in music Australians tend to fetishise more than any other, it's the 1990s. The...
We unpack the grooves that made Ringo an understated genius
One of the best running jokes in all of music is that of Ringo Starr's underwhelming prowess behind the...
Multi-Effects and Sound Modules
Recording and Interfaces
Triggers and Hardware
Hardware and Accesories
Lighting and Stage
Benjamin Malament of The California Honeydrops chats with Mixdown about his most prized possession.
After a couple of comparatively quiet years, Melbourne-via-Adelaide’s Summer Flake has returned to the fold with a batch of songs...
We enter the scene with an old school vdub convertible cruising the suburban streets of Sydney. It’s packed to the rafters with...
James Alex of Beach Slang sits down with Mixdown to show us his most prized gear.
You Am I’s tenth album, Porridge & Hotsauce, contains a range of stylistic reference points. There are hints of Big Star in ‘...
At the 2015 Carlton Dry Australian Independent Music Awards last week, Milk! Records was awarded the best independent Label for...
As the drummer for the Devin Townsend Project, Ryan Van Poederooyen has toured the world, played some of the heaviest tracks...
Thy Art Is Murder are no strangers to controversy. For instance, they were booted off the 2014 Soundwave tour for allegedly...
Much is made of Dave Lombardo’s pioneering work in Slayer - and rightly so - since he helped to write the manual on what it means...
Up until quite recently, to be speaking with Dallas Green you were effectively talking to City and Colour. The project began...
Brisbane’s Caligula’s Horse have announced an October 16 release for their third record Bloom, just in time for their run of...
Coming from a highly respected music family, Aine Tyrrell has drifted from Ireland to Australia in recent years, bringing a...
It’s Monday night in Melbourne’s north. A decent turnout fills the newly renovated Northcote Social Club – the venue’s Monday...
There is no doubt that Melbourne’s The Charge are one of the hardest working bands in the business. With their second full-length...
Punk rock music has often been a vehicle for voicing opinion, and Anti Flag has long been touting their views through power chord...