Pants, prepare to be shat.
Turns out In Hearts Wake are massive Potterheads.
Victorian guitarist Sam Haycroft of punk rock act I Am Duckeye has been praised by police after he heroically paddled out to save a blind man whose boat had capsized in rough seas on Wednesday night.
Motörhead have been playing silly buggers with our emotions.
Shepparton rapper Briggs has weighed in on the saga surrounding Sydney AFL star Adam Goodes.
The 2015 Listen Out lineup is already bulging with exciting talent, but now organisers have upped the ante, adding 4 new acts to the bill courtesy of triple j’s unearthed competition.
New York City has officially declared 29th July John Lennon Day praising his “great courage and unwavering commitment to building a better world.
Zayn Malik, the man responsible for shattering the hearts and dreams of One Direction fans worldwide, has just signed a solo record deal and announced plans to make #realmusic.
American rapper/rocker Mod Sun was given a bunch of money from his label to film his latest music video for Free Love so what did he do.
Newcastle’s new boutique music festival This That has announced its maiden lineup, packed with the likes of RüFüS, Birds Of Tokyo, and Tkay Maizda.
Irish band The Riptide Movement are set to make their first trip down-under in August with a five-date tour.
Earlier in the week Tyler, The Creator tweeted that he had been “banned” from Australia placing the blame on Collective Shout director Coralie Alison, who has sinced faced some vile backlash from Tyler’s fans.
Boutique Sydney music festival OutsideIn has placed the cherry on top of the lineup adding an international act and a final few local names to the 2015 bill.
New Jersey rockers The Gaslight Anthem have announced that after eight years together as a band they are going on an indefinite hiatus.
What’s better than good times.