If only all one night stands could be this good…
An incident on Friday night left Plum feeling “very shaken”.
Tweets and followers were deleted before hackers tried to sell the account back to her.
Feat. Nick Cave, PJ Harvey and a whole lot more.
How is this even still happening
The Plot is back and it’s bursting with Aussie talent.
Big Scary, DMA’s, The Living End, Ball Park Music, Tkay Maidza and many more.
“You should 100% be ashamed of yourselves adding to the issue of thinking Aboriginal people don’t have a voice.”
Seth Sentry has undertaken a “purging” of his fan base.
“It’s 2016 and in Australia you still have to explain to people why blackface is racist.”
The likes of Briggs, Thelma Plum and Hilltop Hoods have slammed the pair.
Big Jet Plane like you have never heard it before.
Aussie hip hop troupe Horrorshow wrote and recorded “a rallying cry to the nation” over the weekend. It’s called Any Other Name, and it features the talents of local MC Urthboy, singer-songwriter Thelma Plum and Adelaide producer, MC and vocalist Jimblah. In a statement, Horrorshow’s Nick Bryant-Smith, aka Solo, says Any Other Name (below) calls
Briggs, Dan Sultan & Jessica Mauboy win big!
A new Aussie music festival called The Lock-Up is set to bring homegrown tunes to the big house, with acts such as singer-songwriter Josh Pyke, local rockers The Basics and Brisbane muso Thelma Plum named on the event’s lineup. Heading to Maitland Gaol in the Lower Hunter Valley on Saturday, 10th October, The Lock-Up will
Shepparton rapper Briggs and singer-songwriter Dan Sultan lead this year’s list of NIMA (National Indigenous Music Awards) finalists, having picked up multiple nominations for the awards, which will be announced later this month. Briggs leads all artists with a massive five nominations, including National Song, Album of the Year and National Artist of the Year.
The 18-day Darwin Festival will return to Australia’s north this August, and has unveiled an extensive and super-eclectic music lineup featuring the likes of Canberra lads SAFIA, Xavier Rudd & The United Nations, rockers The Drones and Brisbane indie act Holy Holy. Other acts confirmed for this year’s lineup include singer-songwriters Thelma Plum and Abbe
Daniel Johns has been announced to perform at the 2015 APRA Music Awards heading up a jam-packed lineup of old and new Aussie talent. Johns, who has been away from music for almost eight years, will make the live debut of Preach from his Aerial Love EP which was released last Friday. A host of
This Australia Day public holiday The Rocks precinct in Sydney will be transformed into a live music hub featuring free performances from some of Australia’s best bands and entertainers including Thelma Plum, Saskwatch and Dustin Tebbutt. From midday to early evening on Monday 26th January the precinct will come alive with live performances and events.