Stream all of FIDLAR’s set recorded at Splendour In The Grass for Live At The Wireless here.
Stoked and Broke
White on White
Max Can’t Surf
Got No Money
The Punks Are Finally Taking Acid
Wait for The Man
Wake Bake Skate
Listen to San Cisco’s entire set recorded at The Corner Hotel in Melbourne on 25/05/13 for Live At The Wireless here.
Girls Do Cry
Brisbane indie popsters Ball Park Music pulled out a set full of hits for triple j’s One Night Stand party in Dubbo.
Listen to the full set.
Sad Rude Future Dude
Rich People Are Stupid
Bad Taste Blues (Part II)
All I Want Is You
Great Display Of Patience
Pot Of Gold
Its Nice To Be Alive
Stream all of Alt-J’s Live At The Wireless set recorded at Sydney’s Metro Theatre, February 6th 2013.
Ripe And Ruin
Hear a snippet from Tame Impala’s amazing Enmore Theatre show recorded at the end of last year for Live At The Wireless.
You should stop whatever you’re doing and listen to highlights from The Black Keys’ Live At The Wireless performance recorded in October at Sydney’s Entertainment Centre.
What are you waiting for? Listen here.
Hear ‘Love Interruptuion’ and ‘Sixteen Saltines’ from Jack White’s killer Live At the Wireless set recorded at Splendour in the Grass.
YEAH! Come kick it and listen to highlights from Hilltop Hoods’ awesome set from Splendour this year, recorded for Live At The Wireless!
From the moment Lana Del Rey glided onto stage on Saturday night at Splendour 2012 she had the audience eating out of her hand. Backed by a guitarist, 3 string players, an immaculate white grand piano and decked out in a white veil + wedding dress combo - Lana had no trouble turning her crowd to mush. In fact, she spent at least a third of the set in the pit in front of the stage surrounded by adoring fans who sang along to every line of her Born To Die cuts. Enjoy the luscious sounds of ‘Blue Jeans’ and ‘Video Games’, the song that scored her the #6 spot in the Hottest 100 of 2011.
After an 11 year hiatus (and many a Mars Volta/Sparta album) At The Drive-In did the unthinkable and reformed in 2012. This much-hyped reunion sent the seminal Texas rockers around the globe to play at a handful of frantic, ear-shattering shows. One of these pit stops was the first night of Splendour In The Grass for their one and only Australian show - and it couldn’t have been further from their infamous 2001 Big Day Out meltdown. The triple j live music team were there to record it all, and now here’s your chance to hear them tear through classics like ‘One Armed Scissor’ and ‘Pattern Against User’ and the rest of the set in all of its glory.
Saturday night Splendour 2012 headliners Bloc Party were no strangers to the Byron festival, and their fourth appearance at Belongil Fields was nothing short of indie nostalgia bliss. An emotional Kele led the band through massive sing-a-longs and crowd faves like ‘Banquet’ and ‘Helicopter’, as well as treating the huge audience to some new tunes from their latest record Four.
One of the hottest tickets in town during the 2012 Vivid Festival was without a doubt Florence + The Machine, backed by the Ceremonial Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House. You don’t have to imagine what tunes from both of Flo’s records sound like when performed by over 40 musicians and singers, because the triple j Live Music team were kind enough to capture it for you.
New Orleans quartet Mutemath hit Australia for the first time ever last month, touring their triple j featured album,Odd Soul. The soul rockers cruised our country as part of the Groovin The Moo festival, plus slipped in a handful of hotly anticipated sideshows. The triple j live music team hit ‘record’ at very packed out Hi-Fi in Sydney and captured one heck of a show, featuring big favourites like ‘Blood Pressure’ and ‘Odd Soul’.
This week you’ll be front row for a truly unforgettable performance by Matt Corby, playing with his band at the triple j One Night Stand in Dalby. While you won’t feel as wet as those in attendance, you’ll definitely feel the same passion and power Corby sang with on tracks like ‘Soul’s A Fire’ and your #3 song in the 2011 Hottest 100, ‘Brother’. This guy’s been selling out shows all over the country, take a listen to hear why.