6 Local Councils Doing Great Things For Aussie Music

6 Local Councils Doing Great Things For Aussie Music

In case you’ve never paid attention to who exactly is hosting that killer free local event happening down the road,  you may be surprised to learn more

Sydney Rock Heroes Pick Each Other’s Favourite Tracks

Sydney Rock Heroes Pick Each Other’s Favourite Tracks

A group of unlikely friends and musical mercenaries. Somewhere between the Miles Davis Quintet and Cold Chisel, these outsider virtuosos traverse the full spectrum of

The Aussie Bands You Should Be Watching In 2016

The Aussie Bands You Should Be Watching In 2016

We all agree that 2015 was a stellar year for Australian music, yeah? Good. Well, if our calculations are correct, 2016 is poised to be

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Inside The Art Of triple j’s Like A Version

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Inside The Art Of triple j’s Like A Version

There’s no greater highwire act for a musician like attempting a cover version. Many have sat in bars or walked past buskers in streets who

The Best Aussie Music Festival Lineups Of All Time

The Best Aussie Music Festival Lineups Of All Time

The Australian music festival market is a volatile beast, with events both old and new disappearing seemingly every month. There’s only one thing we can

A Guide To The Best Bowie Tribute Parties Happening Around Australia

A Guide To The Best Bowie Tribute Parties Happening Around Australia

As you’ve no doubt heard by now, this week saw the tragic passing of David Bowie. A bona fide legend of popular music, the 69-year-old

UNIFY Gathering: Reinventing The Aussie Heavy Music Festival

UNIFY Gathering: Reinventing The Aussie Heavy Music Festival

As is pretty clear in today’s live music landscape providing a festival that caters to a heavy music fan base can be a bit of a

The Guitar Gear City & Colour Couldn’t Live Without

The Guitar Gear City & Colour Couldn’t Live Without

Having already been announced as part of the rapidly expanding lineup for Byron Bay Bluesfest, City and Colour announced a string of headline shows set

A Guide To The Many Faces Of David Bowie

A Guide To The Many Faces Of David Bowie

Now in light of his untimely passing, more than ever it’s important to remember that there isn’t nor will there ever be anyone quite like the

The Essential Albums Every Rock Lover Should Own

The Essential Albums Every Rock Lover Should Own

Rock dogs nations wide get ready to party because one of Melbourne’s best celebrations of rock n roll, Rock N Load is back on Saturday, 23rd January at Corner

5 Things That Could Be Done To Make Aussie Music Festivals Safer

5 Things That Could Be Done To Make Aussie Music Festivals Safer

It’s safe to say that Australians love themselves a music festival, almost as much as they like a drink or perhaps even the sneaky pill.

Inside GiggedIn: The New Aussie Gig Subscription Service

Inside GiggedIn: The New Aussie Gig Subscription Service

It’s fair to say that when it comes to enjoying (and just as importantly paying) for music, subscription services are the future. Freedom to explore new and

A Tribute & Intro To Music Icon Nardwuar The Human Serviette

A Tribute & Intro To Music Icon Nardwuar The Human Serviette

How does anyone know whether or not a musician is a wanker unless they check if they’re nice to Nardwuar? With news coming through late

The Aussie Albums We Can’t Wait To Hear In 2016

The Aussie Albums We Can’t Wait To Hear In 2016

Pat yourselves on the backs, readers, we made it through 2015 and in one piece, no less. Having survived a month’s worth of end-of-year lists,

Inside The Aussie High School Supergroup That Have Their Own TV Show

Inside The Aussie High School Supergroup That Have Their Own TV Show

For those uninitiated The Sweethearts are a rotating 30 piece all girls soul music juggernaut who have been playing across Australia, Europe and the US

Let Them Eat Cake 2016: This Is How To Create The Perfect New Years Event

Let Them Eat Cake 2016: This Is How To Create The Perfect New Years Event

It’s not really a groundbreaking acknowledgement that New Years Eve for most (especially dance music fans) sucks. Queues, overpriced tickets, gigs with shitty line ups trying to

2015: The Year Australian Albums Broke & What It Means For 2016

2015: The Year Australian Albums Broke & What It Means For 2016

While I’d hate to disagree with Courtney Barnett, it seems we were wise to put her, and many other Australian acts, on a pedestal this



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