Victorian Government Is Paying To Soundproof Live Music Venues

Victorian Government Is Paying To Soundproof Live Music Venues

Victoria has once again shown it’s the best friend Australia’s music lovers have ever had with the launch of Good Music Neighbours, a new grants

Daryl Braithwaite’s ‘The Horses’ Went #1 25 Years Ago Today

Daryl Braithwaite’s ‘The Horses’ Went #1 25 Years Ago Today

Earlier this year we celebrated one of the biggest milestones in Australian music history when Lee Harding’s timeless single ‘Wasabi’, which reigned atop the ARIA


The Amity Affliction New Album Details Leaked Online

The Amity Affliction New Album Details Leaked Online

On Friday, as the workers of Australia raised their arms to rejoice and ‘Thank God it’s Friday’, fans of homegrown metalcore heroes The Amity Affliction


Travis Barker Just Revealed The Grossest Big Day Out Story Ever

Travis Barker Just Revealed The Grossest Big Day Out Story Ever

When you get a bunch of the world’s biggest rock bands together in the same place at the same time, there’s bound to be a


King Gizzard Have One Of The Highest Selling Vinyl Albums In The World

King Gizzard Have One Of The Highest Selling Vinyl Albums In The World

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard recently celebrated a Top 20 debut on the ARIA Albums Chart, a milestone for the band, whose famously rabid


You Can Buy Random Books Signed By Chet Faker

You Can Buy Random Books Signed By Chet Faker

If you think goon-themed punk is the randomest thing you’ve seen this week, think again. Charity initiative Two Buck Books is celebrating the opening of


Matt & Alex Have Unveiled A Truly Terrible Play School Remix

Matt & Alex Have Unveiled A Truly Terrible Play School Remix

As we’ve previously covered, beloved and iconic Australian children’s television staple Play School is celebrating an incredible 50 years on the air and no one’s


Melbourne’s King Of The North Are Officially Going Global

Melbourne’s King Of The North Are Officially Going Global

Melbourne’s beloved former two-piece King of the North are officially going global after signing to German indie label Rodeostar Records, which will see their forthcoming


One Of Australia’s Classic Music Festivals To Be Resurrected

One Of Australia’s Classic Music Festivals To Be Resurrected

Narara Music Festival holds a special place in the annals of Australian live music history. It’s one of our homeland’s original mega-festivals, occupying the same


Sia Announces Her First Tour In Five Years

Sia Announces Her First Tour In Five Years

Sia has appeared on more than her fair share of talk shows over the past couple of years, but she’s remained famously performance-shy, keeping her


Violent Soho’s ‘Covered In Chrome’ Just Went Gold

Violent Soho’s ‘Covered In Chrome’ Just Went Gold

Violent Soho are currently ripping it up with the boys from DZ Deathrays and Dune Rats on their national WACO tour, which has seen every


What Does Usher Listen To On His Helicopter? Ball Park Music

What Does Usher Listen To On His Helicopter? Ball Park Music

Brisbane indie outfit Ball Park Music are one of Australia’s best loved young bands. A staple on the live circuit, they’re just as well known


Australia’s Best Indie Labels Are Throwing A Mini-SXSW

Australia’s Best Indie Labels Are Throwing A Mini-SXSW

After a stellar series of events last year, the Shadow Electric Bandroom has announced the return of its Label of Love concert series, which brings


Everybody Is Talking About Rapper Kate Tempest On Last Night’s Q&A

Everybody Is Talking About Rapper Kate Tempest On Last Night’s Q&A

For the second week in a row, ABC’s live Monday night staple Q&A has proved to be a cultural flashpoint for Australia. We needn’t remind


Aussie Company Unveils Ridiculous Adaptive Headphones

Aussie Company Unveils Ridiculous Adaptive Headphones

For some, finding just the right headphones is an endless struggle and countless manufacturers claim to be able to end this struggle with one fell


The Smith Street Band & More Pay Tribute To Aussie Muso Adrian Slattery

The Smith Street Band & More Pay Tribute To Aussie Muso Adrian Slattery

Adrian Slattery, best known as the frontman of Melbourne band Big Smoke, tragically passed away this weekend after a year-long battle with cancer. The Smith


The Rubens Recruited SPOD & The Meeting Tree To Make Them A Music Video

The Rubens Recruited SPOD & The Meeting Tree To Make Them A Music Video

The Rubens, in addition to being this year’s triple j Hottest 100 winners and a swiftly rising property on the international live music scene, are




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