By Rocky Bhardwaj 23rd Jun, 2008
When Dutch outfit Kraak & Smaak released their debut album, the world stood up and paid attention to their brand of electro future-funk. And in 2008 they're back with their followup 'Plastic People'.
By Tim Hardaker 14th Apr, 2008
After developing a very strong following in Australia with their 2005 debut album ‘Boogie Angst’, the Dutch trio Kraak & Smaak release their even funkier (if that was possible!) sophomore album, ‘Plastic People’.
By Jaymin Doe 7th Mar, 2008
If there is one event breaks lovers must pencil into their calendar, Breakspoll is it. Bring on next year!
By Tarquin McElvenny 22nd Feb, 2007
With a weather report that looked ominous, the lead up to Good Vibrations was filled with trepidation- would it really be cloudy with a chance of a shower?! As if Good Vibrations Day would really disappoint! The day dawned sunny, warm and full of pro
By Natasha Hecher 16th Feb, 2007
All in all, I had a great day, but I can understand why others wouldn’t have. It was simply too hard at some points.
By Rachel Huber 9th Nov, 2006
Dutch trio Kraak & Smaak are right on the money with 'Boogie Angst'. Highly respected scene magazine Blues & Soul have dubbed the trio “the funkiest thing to come out of Holland, ever”.
By Tim Hardaker 2nd Nov, 2006
Certified hip hop legends the Beastie Boys have been added to the lineup for the Good Vibrations Festival. If that wasn't reason enough to get your tickets, we don't know what is!
By Tim Hardaker 1st Nov, 2006
The first round of acts for the 2007 Good Vibrations Festival have been announced, so if you've been waiting with baited breath to hear who'll be featuring at the popular summer-time event, you can now breath a sigh of relief as the lineup is here!
By Callum Critch 5th Dec, 2005
Well we all saw/felt/heard those crazy-crazy happenings above us in the skies last Saturday night did we not. The flash-flash lightning. The boom-boom thunder. In every conceivable direction on the horizon. Apparently it was all a little TOO freaky fo
By Tim Hardaker 1st Dec, 2005
Chinese Laundry and Slip Inn's December schedule of guests looks set to make the month one of their biggest yet, with top quality headliners appearing at the club on both Friday (Mint) and Saturday (Laundry) throughout December in the lead-up to New Years
By Tim Hardaker 12th Oct, 2005
Dutch trio Kraak & Smaak, currently riding high on the successful of their debut album 'Boogie Angst', will tour Australia for the first time in late November and early December.