Canada’s hardcore punk stalwarts, SNFU, have announced their long-awaited return to Australian shores for their first headline tour since 1996.
The diverse and many-membered Xavier Rudd & The United Nations have unveiled the beautifully-shot new music video for Flag, the second single taken from their latest album, Nanna.
Because all the cool kids are doing it, A$AP Rocky went ahead and released his album At.
A whole bunch of new acts have just joined the Splendour 2015 lineup, courtesy of the Red Bull Music Academy stage, which will this year play host to the likes of hip hop DJ and producer Nosaj Thing, Jay Electronica, Sampology and many more.
Apparently, the era of “surprise” album releases is upon us and the reliability of “official” release dates is completely shot.
Muse are preparing to unleash their seventh studio album, Drones, and they’ve already started hatching a plan to tour it Down Under.
Florence + The Machine have announced two Australian sideshows in July in addition to their headline set at Splendour In The Grass 2015 in Byron Bay.
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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.