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Having recently announced their 56-strong long list, the organisers of the annual Australian Music Prize (AMP) have now completed the weighty task of whittling the
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The organisers of Stereosonic have issued a statement in the wake of bankruptcy proceedings for SFX, the global EDM concert giant that acts at Stereosonic’s
If you haven’t heard, last weekend saw a disastrous public event unravel in Sydney. This time, locals are incensed about the mismanagement of the Yaks
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The Palais Theatre Management Company, which has overseen the operations of the iconic St Kilda venue for eight years, has been dumped by Port Phillip
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Following the success of this year’s sold-out UNIFY Gathering, Team UNIFY’s Luke Logemann has issued a statement celebrating the festival’s achievement and dispelling some of
When Legion Festival, Australia’s first ever fan-funded heavy music festival, was announced, it was instantly met with excitement. For a while there, it seemed as
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Legion Festival founder and Devil You Know drummer John Sankey has announced that after “a number of discussions with industry partners, bands and the Legion
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