Party Dozen

Sampa the Great, Julia Jacklin and Camp Cope among finalists for the 2022 Australian Music Prize

The winner of the 18th annual AMP will be announced at Sydney's Oxford Art Factory in March

The 25 best Australian albums of 2022

Personal missives, passionate explorations of culture, fiery manifestos against the status quo… here are the records that took our breath away this year

INXS’s Andrew Farris joins SXSW 2023 line-up with CIVIC, King Stingray, Party Dozen and more

13 more Australian acts have been announced for next year’s roster, making for a new total of 22

King Stingray, Sampa The Great and Flume lead nominees for 2022 J Awards

Other names to cop nods include Gang Of Youths, Julia Jacklin, Spacey Jane and Courtney Barnett – all of whom have been NME Australia cover stars

Party Dozen: “There’s no way we were going to give Nick Cave notes”

Grinderman lives on ‘The Real Work’, the third album by Party Dozen. The sax-and-drums duo from Sydney tell NME about the Cave co-sign, the new record and much more

Party Dozen – ‘The Real Work’ review: bold, bracing noise rock with a rare assist from Nick Cave

On their third album, the sax-and-drums improvisers shine in the mellow, melodic moments amid the melee

What’s new this month? Here are 10 Australian release picks for July 2022

Rev yourself up for riveting records from Yours Truly, Tasman Keith, Alex The Astronaut, The Faim, Party Dozen, Beddy Rays and more

Party Dozen release pumping new single ‘Fruits Of Labour’

"Work can be fun, it can be dumb and it should always be undermined"

Party Dozen share new Sub Pop singles ‘Fat Hans Gone Mad’ and ‘Dog Plan’

The duo are only the second-ever Australian act to participate in Sub Pop's Singles Club
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