Hobbledehoy x Monastery Coffee collaboration

Introducing the first Monastery Coffee x Hobbledehoy collaboration; Deri Kocha – an unusual, sweet, Ethiopian bean ideal for espresso or filter methods (we recommend Aeropress!). After a long cupping process, Erin and I, together with Adam from Monastery, finally nailed this one down and…

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TOUR: Kevin Devine joins Manchester Orchestra Australian dates

After many years, KEVIN DEVINE is returning in November to Australia for the third time supporting stateside friends  MANCHESTER ORCHESTRA. Melbourne’s APES are also joining the run of dates. Kevin is touring his latest two releases, a dual album release Bulldozer and Bubblegum, both out…

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TOUR: Blueline Medic / Bodyjar / Samiam / Clowns

Blueline Medic are dusting off the road cases and joining old mates Bodyjar and Samiam (USA) on a run of national dates this month to help the Jar fellas celebrate their 20 years. Support coming from Clowns.

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RESTOCK: Hobbledehoy Black Text Logo T-Shirts

This is probably my favourite of the classic Hobble logo tees, and it’s finally back in black… universal colour of fashionistas, punx/metalheads, goths, batman and other social misfits. Unisex to fit both guys and girlies across plenty of sizes (XS – 2XL), on super soft premium…

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This Will Destroy You announces new album and shares ‘Dustism’

ORDER NOW – 2LP/CD/Digital Hobbledehoy 2LP vinyl first press limited to 500 Navy Blue. Deluxe gatefold with copper foil printing. Since 2004, THIS WILL DESTROY YOU has been forging some of the world’s most brutal, dynamic, and precariously visceral instrumental rock. In addition to a…

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VIDEO: Ceres – Syllables

If you’ve ever wondered which colourful characters you might encounter at a CERES gig, they’re all represented here in the brand new video for their rocking tune ‘Syllables’ – and it’s nice to see they’ve got at least one superfan…

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AUDIO: Kevin Devine – Redbird (Sombear Remix)

Sombear (Bradley Hale of Now, Now) remixed “Redbird” from the Kevin Devine album Bubblegum, and it’s excellent, takes liberties, becomes its own standalone animal, maintains some 90s inflections but from a totally different side of the decade.

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