The short film selected for this year’s APRA Tropscore musical scoring competition has come under fire for its use of domestic violence as a punchline.
Just when you thought the Australian government couldn’t be more out of touch with young people, music, and just about everything and everyone else, they
Talented 17-year-old Central Coast native E^st stopped by the triple j studios this morning to perform a cover for Like A Version, tackling what is
This morning, Tone Deaf reported on the launch of Auckland City Limits, an expansion of the iconic Austin City Limits brand set to hit the
If you’ve been paying attention, you’ll know the AFL has been copping some serious flack for the lack of Australian acts on their Grand Final
Earlier this month, Entertainment Assist, with the help of Victoria University, unveiled the largest ever mental health study conducted on industry workers anywhere in the
Yesterday, Tone Deaf reported on a campaign targeting posters advertising Chris Brown’s forthcoming Australian tour. Posters promoting the R&B singer’s Melbourne show at Rod Laver
Earlier this week, Canberra dance duo Peking Duk unveiled their twisted but hilarious music video for their latest single, the massive ‘Say My Name’, which
With the arrival of the annual summer festival season nearing, some punters are once again mourning the absence of the Big Day Out, which was
Now in its third year, Beechworth Music Festival have announced an absolutely jam-packed for 2016, with appearances from Briggs, King of the North, The Public
Sunbeam Sound Machine were recently announced as one of the stack of Aussies headed to New York to play the city’s famous CMJ Music Marathon
Festival Of The Sun 2015 will mark the dawn of a new era for one of Australia’s longest-running and most beloved music festivals and they’ve
Australia has a brand new summer music festival and it’s bringing some big names with it. This January, Sydney will play host to Electric Gardens,
You know Jon Toogood from Shihad, the band he’s fronted for over 25 years, or maybe you know him from his collaborative project The Adults.
Australian rock outfit Thirsty Merc were involved in a fatal car crash while en route to a Victorian concert yesterday. As News Corp reports, the
This November will see the return of Face The Music, two jam-packed days of panel sessions, keynote presentations, networking opportunities, workshops, and master classes, bringing
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