Their first show in forever!
The Oils are heading back to a venue they performed at in their early days.
They’ve come good on their promise.
How do we sleep while our pockets are burning?
Oh, the power & the passion!
Read About It.
He’s unhappy that Peter Garrett called Pauline Hanson’s policies “ugly”.
The time has come!
Need an oils top-up?
Let’s Get Political.
“Of course we have asked. We’ll let you know the answer when we get it.”
Ahead of the big Oils reunion.
The heroes we need.
Aussie rockers Midnight Oil disbanded in 2002, but rumours of another one-off reunion have now begun to swell around the forthcoming Live Earth concert, which will call for global action on climate change in June. According to Triple M‘s admittedly hit-and-miss music reporter Nui Te Koha, the Oils might be getting back together to perform
Aussie artists Megan Washington, Josh Pyke, Rob Hirst of Midnight Oil, Glenn Richards of Augie March, and Julian Hamilton of The Presets are set to perform at Music For Mercy, a Sydney concert and candlelit vigil conceived by Australian artist Ben Quilty, set to take place on Thursday, 29th January in support of convicted Bali
Iconic Aussie rockers Midnight Oil have just launched a major exhibition chronicling their band’s extensive history and, as drummer Rob Hirst explains, it also tells the story of a time in Australian music that’s long disappeared. The iconic rocker called into Music Feeds Studio, in fact his old stomping ground, for a very special instalment
Iconic Aussie rockers Midnight Oil say they are considering the possibility of a reunion tour, with the band’s drummer remarking on his excitement over the prospect. There’s just one catch Peter Garrett‘s still a little busy. Speaking to theMusic.com.au, Oils drummer Rob Hirst, has said the upcoming Midnight Oil art exhibition, set to open 20th
There has been a lot of buzz surrounding the future plans of Midnight Oil following Peter Garrett’s departure from politics, but a statement from the band’s camp is set to douse the reunion fire. The band’s long-term manager Gary Morris has addressed the rumours, announcing he will be ending his current arrangement with the band
Iconic Aussie rockers Midnight Oil are being offered big bucks to reform and play the American festival circuit, according to the band’s manager, despite the fact they broke up more than 10 years ago and haven’t had a hit since the ’90s. According to The Herald Sun, Oils manager Gary Morris says the band has