Aussie bands and artists have had a strong sales year, with more Australians buying local albums and singles in 2014 than last year, but there’s
What’s the worst music camping festival nightmare you can think of? Forgetting your tent pegs? Rocking up to the event realising you’ve forgotten your ticket? Pretty annoying,
Back beat, the word is on the street that Liam Gallagher’s New York apartment is for sale. I’m sure you’ve seen rockstar homes before, but this
It’s sometimes said that the strength of a song is how it can survive being adapted to alien settings. Case in point: Violent Soho’s signature
The Melbourne-based 123 Agency has had a very fruitful 12 months since it first launched, and hot on the heels of celebrating their one year
How much does artistic license justify controversial decisions? And how far is too far? That’s the central question that’s hovering over an incident in which
Sia has scored her first ever #1 album as her latest LP, 1000 Forms of Fear, sees the Adelaide-bred singer-songwriter debuting at the top position on the Australian
It’s official, 10 days out from kick-off, the Splendour In The Grass 2014 lineup has lost one of its headlining acts, Two Door Cinema Club.
Triple J should be privatised and sold “immediately,” according to a Liberal senator who has argued that the Government-funded national youth station is popular enough
A Bombay Bicycle Club Australian Tour 2014 has been announced, with the UK indie returning Down Under this Spring. Regular visitors to Australian shores, this time
Just days on from organisers sorting out a new band for the Splendour In The Grass 2014 lineup to replace The Wild Feathers pulling out,
The BIGSOUND Live 2014 lineup already lived up to its name when more than 80 of the best emerging Aussie artists were locked in for
It seems that party-starting electronic trio Art Vs Science and a panel of drug safety and policy experts are in agreement: trialling a ban on
It used to be that landing a blockbuster record deal with a major label was the be-all and end-all for young bands, but as anyone
It’s always been a long stretch between Tool albums, you’d assume it would take considerable time and effort to craft prog metal masterpieces like Ænima and Lateralus but
It’s that time of the year again, when the jewel of Victoria’s music calendar is ready to reveal the first of its very enviable deck.
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