After beginning a crowdfunding campaign to support his cancer treatment in April, Surfer Blood guitarist Thomas Fekete has reportedly been robbed of cash donations he has received along with his band’s personal items, after their van was broken into.
In a match made in rock n’ roll heaven, Beatles legend and disturbingly frequent Kanye West collaborator Paul McCartney has enlisted the help of Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl to perform a rendition of the Fab Four’s early-era classic I Saw Her Standing There.
Shogun, the frontman of Sydney band Royal Headache, says he didn’t want police to storm the stage during the group’s recent performance at the Sydney Opera House because they are “even dumber” than drunk, rock-loving punters.
The long-awaited follow-up to Lana Del Rey’s acclaimed sophomore album Ultraviolence will reportedly reach our eardrums this September.
Stonefield — that’s Victoria’s Findlay sisters — have announced a national tour in support of their latest track, Golden Dream, and in preparation for their second studio album.
Let the record show that there is only one band that can open their set with a song that was voted by a group of their peers as the greatest Australian song of all time.
Sydney indie-pop outfit I Know Leopard have had a pretty spectacular start to 2015, taking out the Unearthed comp to open Sydney’s Laneway festival, and a hugely well-received Like A Version performance of TLC’s Waterfalls earning them a slew of new fans.
The already huge Soulfest 2015 lineup just got a whole lot bigger, with the announcement that soul and r’n’b heavyweights like Lauryn Hill, Miguel, and hip hop duo Black Star – made up of Talib Kweli & Mos Def – have all joined the Soulfest 2015 family.
Police brought Royal Headache’s Sydney Opera House show to a halt last night after they stormed on stage to clear out punters who began to climb the stage during the bands performance of Down The Lane.
When Sufjan Stevens announced his intention to produce albums based on all 50 states of the US – beginning with the release of Michigan in 2003, followed by the much acclaimed Illinois in 2005 – it was seen as eager and not to mention impossibly ambitious.
Splendour headliner Mark Ronson has revealed the star-studded band and guest lineup who will accompany him on his impending visit to Australia as part of his Splendour In The Grass tour, including the accompanying three sideshows.
The countdown is on to the audiovisual glitter-bomb that is the Eurovision 2015 final.
After recently cancelling a string of UK tour dates, Sydney’s alternative rock sons Sticky Fingers have announced they will be postponing the rest of their European tour so they can take some time off.