Gunfire has erupted at a Toronto nightclub where Drake was hosting an official music festival afterparty, leaving a man and a woman dead and three others critically injured.
The annual four-day artistic gumbo that is the Mullum Music Festival has lifted the skirt on its 2015 festivities, revealing a bill of over 80 national and international acts from the music world and beyond.
Frank Ocean fans have fallen victim to a cheeky online troll who is actually the muso’s younger brother, Ryan Breaux, as they wait for the highly anticipated follow-up to 2012’s Channel Orange.
Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell says he “would always be open” to reuniting and making new music with American rock supergroup Audioslave, which he founded with former Rage Against The Machine members Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk.
Aussie hip hop troupe Horrorshow wrote and recorded “a rallying cry to the nation” over the weekend.
After announcing its 2015 return late last month, Sydney’s Sounds Of The Suburbs Festival has announced a packed lineup featuring local acts like Brisbane indie duo Holy Holy (pictured) and punk outfit Skegss, as well as US bands The Garden, White Fang and The Memories.
US rapper Wiz Khalifa (real name Cameron Jibril Thomaz) and Aussie electronic duo Peking Duk are set to headline this year’s Optus RockCorps event, which fans can earn free entry to by donating some of their time to charity.
Sydney’s harbourside music festival, Harbourlife, has unveiled its 2015 lineup, boasting the likes of German house duo Booka Shade, English producer and DJ Eats Everything and German DJ and producer Tensnake.
Now that he’s scorched the earth beneath Jimmy Fallon’s feet, Aussie rapper Ur Boy Bangz has set his sights on hip hop’s biggest names, calling out the likes of Drake and Eminem in a fiery new diss track called Hip Hop Is Dead.
The Australian promoter who duped a Perth venue into believing he’d booked Mark Ronson to play there has now got the fuzz on his tail.
Brissie pysch-rockers Moses Gunn Collective have this week released another rip-snorter of a track, Hot Mess and to celebrate the scintillating 2 minutes of glory, and their upcoming tour (deets below), the guys have picked for us their six favourite hot messes.