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Navigating Calicountry

Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace, Pioneertown, California

In Music+Travel Worldwide, Jessica Hundley is your guide to all things Calicountry. It’s the sound of the American West, of adventure and cowboys and the wide open spaces, a sound filled with the heartache of the great wide open. California’s brand of country music got its start with Roy Rogers, and by the 1960s L.A. acts like Gram Parsons had ... Read More »

Ask The Locals: Deloris

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Melbourne rockers Deloris are currently in the studio with a new line-up and a new sound. We’re eagerly awaiting the results, but in the meantime we chatted with the band’s singer/songwriter Marcus Teague about the state of the Australian scene. He gave us tons of insider tips — including his exhaustive guide to Melbourne’s venues and his picks for Australia’s ... Read More »

Behind The Scene: Brisbane

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The recipe for a rock ‘n’ roll explosion is simple: Take a bunch of frustrated teenagers. Mix equal parts isolation and desolation. Stir in a lot of boredom and add a conservative society for good measure. That’s exactly what gave birth to Brisbane, Australia’s mid-’70s art rock revolution.    From the moment The Saints released their genre-defining “(I’m) Stranded” — ... Read More »

Art Rock Confidential: Melbourne, Sydney & Brisbane

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Since the early days of punk rock, Australia has been home to musical experimentation. And the continent’s isolation has bred a closely knit music scene with a distinctly Australian vibe. Museyon Guide Mel Campbell traces the development of Australia’s singular brand of art rock from its Brisbane roots to its current-day epicenter, Melbourne. Journey Down Under for a tour of ... Read More »

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