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
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
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
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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
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
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.
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
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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,
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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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