Every musician knows that putting on a gig isn’t cheap. Even once you’ve forked out your hard-earned on the best instruments you can get your hands
You may have noticed before clicking on this article that the title says AC/DC but the header image features only Angus Young. This may prompt
It’s the 25th anniversary of the classic Red Hot Chili Peppers album Blood Sugar Sex Magik, and Melbourne’s rock hub Cherry Bar is celebrating the occasion.
Community radio music coordinators often have an encyclopaedic knowledge of local music and an insatiable thirst to keep their ears ahead of the curve. So
If you haven’t heard, we’ve kind of declared war on the use of electronic drum pads in triple j Like A Version Covers. It’s not
Studio time isn’t cheap and, when you’re spending so much time in there, you want it to be a comfortable space. So, for some bands
We listen to a lot of music here at Tone Deaf HQ, and we’re the first to admit we’re perhaps a little biased towards sounds
As with a lot of jobs in the music industry, the role of the music promoter has changed a hell of a lot in recent times,
Melbourne’s NGV has just become an ideal place to catch live music every Friday night with the introduction of a new weekly event: ‘Friday Nights at NGV’.
The excitement of another Splendour In The Grass has come and gone. As Splendour 2016 begins to recede into our collective rearview mirror, those of
Our writer Nick Cheek managed to make it through to the end of another Splendour unscathed to bring us his take on the final day
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If you ask us, one of the biggest draws on this year’s Splendour In The Grass lineup are Band of Horses. It’s been a minute
Every band has their bad days. Rock starts especially are known for being hot-headed, and some fans are genuinely asking for it. We’ve taken a
Making music comes naturally to a lot of people. Learning an instrument, writing some tunes, and maybe even playing them live – it all makes sense. But
Community radio music directors often have an encyclopedic knowledge of local music and an insatiable thirst to keep their ears ahead of the curve. So
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