So. Much. Wisdom.
More treats than tricks this Halloween.
There’s four sets labelled as “Very Special Secret Guest”. Who could they be?
Secret Garden festival are whetting the appetites of punters with a teaser announcement of the first ten artists from the bill.
More secrets have been revealed about the impending 2015 instalment of Melbourne Music Week, including a new flagship venue and a handful of homegrown artists on the lineup announcement for Opening Night. An all-Melbourne lineup will kick off proceedings at this year’s main venue – the Former Royal Women’s Hospital on Swanston Street – on
Rising neo-soul star Ngaiire was a clear standout at BIGSOUND’s Official Closing Party. The petite Papua New Guinean-born singer shows what could happen if Mary J Blige and Erykah Badu brought their voices to a collaboration with M.I.A.’s genre-bending sensibility. Ngaiire’s Rabbit Hole has shimmering pianos and subtle dubstep, whereas the track that she declared
Love is in the air this Friday morning, at least for Melbourne mega-band Dorsal Fins, who just delivered a rowdy cover of Australian ’90s jam Pash by Kate Ceberano for triple j‘s Like A Version. Eight ninths of the band — one’s gallivanting in Europe somewhere — packed into the triple j studio to play