Would You Play The Most Dangerous Gig in Music?

Would You Play The Most Dangerous Gig in Music?

While artists, fans, and industry commentators continue to debate the pros and cons of signing with a major label or remaining independent in the digital

Splendour In The Grass 2013 Lineup Announced

Splendour In The Grass 2013 Lineup Announced

The Splendour In The Grass 2013 lineup is finally here! We’ve had the leaks, the rumours, the speculation, but now the official lineup for Australia’s


Gay Paris Release New Album & And Tour Dates

Gay Paris Release New Album & And Tour Dates

Ready to mount their assault against the humdrum, Gay Paris announce the release of their incendiary forthcoming album, The Last Good Party, on April 19,


Achoo! Bless You & The Mountains Announce The Autumn Tour 2013

Achoo! Bless You & The Mountains Announce The Autumn Tour 2013

Two of Australia’s best up-and-coming pop-folk bands Achoo! Bless You & The Mountains both from Sydney are set to team up on a co-headline ‘Autumn


Cat Empire 2013 Australian Tour Announced

Cat Empire 2013 Australian Tour Announced

Melbourne’s finest genre-busting, multi-platinum collective The Cat Empire have today announced their biggest world tour to date, which will see them play almost 70 shows


Meet The Man Who Plays Light (Yes, Light) In How To Destroy Angels

Meet The Man Who Plays Light (Yes, Light) In How To Destroy Angels

It’s not often that you’d be happy to go see a band play behind a screen, but that’s exactly what How To Destroy Angels –


Apparently There’s Another Bowie Album In The Pipeline

Apparently There’s Another Bowie Album In The Pipeline

Following David Bowie’s surprise return in January with lead single ‘Where Are We Now’ from the musical chameleon’s first album in ten years, and his uncanny ability


Apollo Bay Music Festival 2013 Lineup Announced

Apollo Bay Music Festival 2013 Lineup Announced

The Apollo Bay Music Festival has just put the finishing touches on its most eclectic and vibrant lineup to date. If you’re a sucker for


New Youth Music Conference Announced As Part Of Vivid 2013

New Youth Music Conference Announced As Part Of Vivid 2013

Indent, the peak network for all-ages entertainment in NSW, present FEEDBACK – a full day of music industry guest speakers, panels, take-home resources, live music


Splendour 2013 Lineup Update, Who’s In & Who’s Out

Splendour 2013 Lineup Update, Who’s In & Who’s Out

As previously reported, the Splendour In The Grass lineup is dropping this week, but even with the official announcement now just hours away, that hasn’t


Tame Impala Headlining Modular Island Party In Croatia

Tame Impala Headlining Modular Island Party In Croatia

The Dalmatian islands have long been home to young Aussies escaping their winter for sun-soaked weeks of partying in Croatia. This year, backpackers can expect


This Year’s Most NSFW Video Explains Why You Should Never Leave A Teenager Alone

This Year’s Most NSFW Video Explains Why You Should Never Leave A Teenager Alone

Songs about ‘self-pleasure’ aren’t that hard to find: there’s the Vapour’s ‘Turning Japanese’, Billy Idol’s ‘Dancing With Myself’ and even iconic hit by the late,


Stone Music Festival Plans 2014 Return With “Muse, Kings Of Leon or Pearl Jam”

Stone Music Festival Plans 2014 Return With “Muse, Kings Of Leon or Pearl Jam”

The inaugural Stone Music Festival took over Sydney’s ANZ Stadium this past weekend with two days of rock from international and domestic veterans alike, including


The Delta Riggs Add WA Dates For Their ‘HEX.LOVER.KILLER’ Album Tour

The Delta Riggs Add WA Dates For Their ‘HEX.LOVER.KILLER’ Album Tour

Melbourne rockers The Delta Riggs have been on the road since the release of their debut album ‘HEX.LOVER.KILLER’ earlier this month.  Their unrelenting touring schedule has


Divinyls Singer & Aussie Rock Icon Chrissy Amphlett Dies, Aged 53

Divinyls Singer & Aussie Rock Icon Chrissy Amphlett Dies, Aged 53

Iconic Australian musician and female icon Chrissy Amphlett, influential singer of the Divinyls, has died age 53. As ABC News reports, she passed away surrounded by family and


Rush Inducted Into The Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame, “Blah Blah Blah”

Rush Inducted Into The Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame, “Blah Blah Blah”

The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame held its first induction ceremony in Los Angeles in over 20 years late last week. Held at LA’s


Aussie Protest Songs Remembered For Anzac Day Concert

Aussie Protest Songs Remembered For Anzac Day Concert

It’s arguably the most important day on the Aussie calendar – a day of quiet, mournful respect. But this year a little bit of music




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