Kids have access to all kinds of music these days, but their music taste is still so dependent on the grown-ups around them, so a new kid-friendly book called What Is Punk.
After making its Eurovision debut earlier this year, Australia has locked in a spot at the Song Contest’s kid-friendly Junior Eurovision competition this November.
Queensland-based singer-songwriter Eden Mulholland has announced a national tour in support of his upcoming second solo album Hunted Haunted.
Ever wondered what a mashup of God-complex rapper Kanye West and LA rockers Weezer would sound like.
Producer and DJ extraordinaire Jamie xx has extended his upcoming Australian jaunt by announcing his first ever (yes, ever) headline show in Adelaide, which is set to go down at Thebarton Theatre in January.
In one of the more interesting collaborations of 2015, Oxford indie-rockers Glass Animals have dropped a surprise single with Brooklyn MC Joey Bada$$, called Lose Control (and no, it’s not a Missy Elliott cover).
Michael Crafter, frontman and founder of Melbourne metalcore outfit Confession, has announced that after seven years, the outfit are calling it a day, adding that following the break up he is “done with being in a band”.
The full lineup for Sydney’s annual New Year’s Day music festival Field Day has been unveiled with the likes of UK duo Disclosure, Australia’s own Flight Facilities and English indie-rockers The Wombats leading the pack of artists helping punters kick off the first day of 2016.
Mini Mansions, the indie pop trio led by Queens Of The Stone Age bassist Michael Shuman, have announced a pair of Australian headlining tour dates in Sydney and Melbourne.
Auburn Deputy Mayor Salim Mehajer offering up his personal mansion to Bow Wow to film a music video is actually a thing that has happened.
Melbourne Music Week (MMW) has revealed its full program for 2015, adding the likes of Aussie rockers DZ Deathrays, the ever-experimental PVT, New Zealand singer-songwriter Liam Finn and local producer Banoffee to its lineup.