One of Australia’s most trusted promoters has welcomed a new addition to their company and a former higher-up for one of Australia’s biggest festivals has
2015 was a stellar year for Australian music. We saw the rise of new talents like Courtney Barnett, the continued ascension of established favourites like
If you just so happen to be an Aussie songwriter who’s looking to be inspired and join a community of like-minded artists, there’s only one
As Tone Deaf reported yesterday, the crowdfunding campaign to finance the inaugural Legion Music Festival, which aims to replace the cancelled Soundwave 2016, has officially
Members of the New South Wales government are threatening to shut down music festivals in the state who fail to comply with boosted safety standards.
Potentially up to 50,000 ticket holders are currently sitting out of pocket from the collapse of Soundwave Festival and the cancellation of its 2016 event.
New developments have emerged in the ongoing stalemate between Soundwave founder AJ Maddah and ticketing company Eventopia in the wake of the cancellation of the
If you have been anywhere near music media in the past day or so no doubt your newsfeed and been flooded with rumours and speculation
Remember how the Wu-Tang Clan announced a secret album that’s being released as a single copy and will be toured around the world like a piece
To say the upcoming Soundwave festival has been dealing with controversy would be an understatement. Between mixed and vocal reactions to line up announcements, ongoing
Splendour In The Grass has copped its second fine in as many years for breaching noise limits during its 2015 event in June. As the
The future of iconic Melbourne haunt The Espy and the role live music will be playing in that future has finally been revealed. As The
Australian pop legend Tina Arena gave us two of our favourite ARIA Awards moments last month when she put on a powerhouse performance of her
The nominations for the 2016 Grammy Awards have been unveiled and it’s simply more proof that the international music scene cannot get enough of our
While we’re accustomed to seeing Australian music festivals, no matter how highly anticipated, cancelled at the last minute, the recent cancellation of new Melbourne event
According to recent data received by the Sydney Morning Herald, 16 licensed venues inside the Sydney lockout zone have been granted exemptions from the state’s
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