DMAs

Arctic Monkeys, Lil Nas X, CHVRCHES and more announced for 2022/23 Falls Festival

The camping fest returns to ring in the new year in Birregurra, Byron Bay and Fremantle

DMA’S link up with MAY-A for ‘Junk Truck Head Fuck’ rework

“A friend sent us a [video of MAY-A] covering one of our songs and we knew we had to do a collab”

DMA’S announce one-off acoustic show in London

All proceeds will go to Teenage Cancer Trust

Courtney Barnett and DMA’S lead 2022 Day On The Lawn lineup

It’ll mark Barnett’s first performance on home soil since December of 2020

DMA’S share watercolour-tinted film clip for ‘Junk Truck Head Fuck’

Lifted from their recent EP, ‘I Love You Unconditionally, Sure Am Going To Miss You’

DMA’S postpone Australian tour to 2022 due to ongoing border restrictions

The tour, in support of 2020's 'THE GLOW', was set to kick off this month

DMA’s launch surprise EP with ‘We Are Midnight’ video: “It encapsulates everything we are”

Check out the new video here first, as guitarist Johnny Took tells us about their “return to roots” surprise EP ‘I Love You Unconditionally, Sure Am Going To Miss You’

Spacey Jane, DMA’S and more win at 2021 AIR Independent Music Awards

Jaguar Jonze also received an Outstanding Achievement Award for "courageously calling out unacceptable behaviour"

Five Things I Know: Johann Ponniah, I OH YOU

NME catches up with Johann Ponniah, who in 2009 founded I OH YOU, the label home to Hayley Mary, Jack River, DZ Deathrays and many other beloved Aussie artists. He talks keeping a small but potent roster, the differences between the pandemic album campaigns for DMA’S and Violent Soho, and being a person of colour in a predominantly white industry
Advertisement