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Celebrations for triple j’s 10th J Awards are underway and the winners of this year’s awards have just been announced with Melbourne producer Chet Faker taking away the prestigious Australian Album of the Year award for his debut Built On Glass. The award caps off a mammoth year for the Melbourne artist, whose real name
The very first nominees up for the inaugural Double J Artist of the Year prize at the 2014 J Awards has been announced, with the broadcaster singling out works by reunited Melbourne rockers Augie March, Brisbane-bred singer Kate Miller-Heidke, NSW musician Steve Smyth, Sydney singer-songwriter Caitlin Park, roots-rocker Mia Dyson and Brisbane indie darlings Blank
Woodford Folk Festival have announced their New Year’s 2014 lineup and it’s another huge one. Over 400 acts, across 35 performance venues, over six days and nights, with highlights including Violent Femmes, guitar annihilators Sticky Fingers and recent Music Feeds LIVE performers Husky. Lior, Hiatus Kaiyote, Bertie Blackman, Kate Miller-Heidke, The Cairos, Mia Dyson, and
The Mullum Music Festival has unveiled its diverse 2014 lineup, with alt rock legends The Church, Melbourne nine-piece Saskwatch and indie folk darlings Husky leading a line-up of over 80 international and national acts. Held over four days, the Mullum Music Festival will take over the halls, clubs and streets of Iggy Azalea‘s home town,
Today’s Tour Guide features some veteran Aussie talent. Rock group Thirsty Merc have announced new tour dates in celebration of a 10-year milestone, singer-songwriter Mia Dyson has announced a tour and unveiled a new music video, whilst alt-rockers Screamfeeder have added some new tour dates to their schedule. Thirsty Merc’s Acoustic Anniversary Album And Tour
Australia’s own Mia Dyson has unveiled her latest rock and roll self-portrait, When We’re Older, premiering the track on US industry bible Billboard earlier today. The track is the first taste of Dyson’s forthcoming new album and carries on from where the ARIA nominated The Moment left off. “The world seems to ignore people as
It’s ARIA week and music is currently the key focus of many Australians who are soon to find out who of our native talent has exceeded in their field. Many of our leading musicians have used the current focus of the nation to draw attention to a dire situation. For those previously unaware, Australian Music
Mel Gibson, Rupert Murdoch and Rick Springfield are the first names on my list of Australians Who I’m Prepared to Lose to America.