But nobody really cares if you don’t go.
Fraser A. Gorman
Home of the head-banging Blue Banded Bee
Part-Last Waltz, part travelling circus, part all-in jam.
Milk! was a good choice.
“What a fantastic way to celebrate our incredible music scene.”
The Something For Kate frontman is taking his new material on the road.
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
News team, assemble! A group of Melbourne’s finest tunesmiths have gone full Anchorman in Fraser A. Gorman‘s new music video for Shiny Gun. The country/folk singer-songwriter has recruited Courtney Barnett, Davey Lane and Angus Agars to portray a ragtag group of TV news anchors in post-hippie era Canberra (which of course as we all know,
The Great Escape – the UK festival which prides itself on supporting exciting new artists – will be graced by a strong Aussie contingent in 2015, thanks in part to the efforts of the Australian music development initiative Sounds Australia. A variety of Australian talent will spend a day at the British seaside for the
Fifteen more Australian acts have been added to the South by Southwest Music Festival and Conference 2015, joining an already strong local contingent. Tkay Maidza, San Cisco, The Delta Riggs, DMA’s, Meg Mac, Remi. and plenty more will head to Austin, Texas in March, alongside a plethora of international hype acts. The new Aussie additions
Melbourne outfits The Getaway Plan, Saskwatch and Fraser A. Gorman are amongst the recipients of the latest round of Arts Victoria grants which will provide $1.4 million to artists and arts organisations across the state. The State’s Minister for the Arts Heidi Victoria today announced the VicArts Grants program, revealing that The Getaway Plan will
Melbourne rockers Augie March have announced the five artists who will open for the band on their string of five hometown reunion shows, set to take place at Melbourne’s Howler this October and November. Playing alongside Augie March on the first sold out show will be fellow Melbourne artist Oliver Mann. On the second night,
The fourth annual Riverboats Music Festival is set to return to the banks of the Murray River over three music-filled days in February 2015 with an impressive roster of home-grown talent, led by the likes of Dan Sultan and Sarah Blasko. Taking place from Friday, 13th until Sunday, 15th February 2015, from lunchtime until late
The organisers of Melbourne’s White Night 2014 have unveiled the full music programme for this year’s event, offering an impressive lineup of local talent, including Client Liaison, Beaches, The Murlocs, Baptism Of Uzi, and Black Cab, as well as an interactive tribute to rock legend Prince. The event will run from 7:00pm to 7:00am on
Melbourne musos Stonefield, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and Fraser A. Gorman have had a bunch of equipment stolen, including a unique hand-painted guitar – check out the picture below to see if you recognise it. Stonefield drummer and vocalist Amy Findlay and her partner, King Gizzard drummer Michael Cavanagh, returned home to find