Featuring Aussie rock legends from bands like Grinspoon and The Superjesus.
Performing as part of A Fist Full Of Rock.
“Oh, it’s for you…”
Iconic Australian artists iOTA, Tim Rogers and more performing Bowie’s music.
Featuring a huge tribute show to the late David Bowie.
Also includes three of Australia’s best acts.
Backed by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, a host of Aussie performers are set to pay tribute to the legendary David Bowie.
Turns out Courtney Barnett is one hell of a screamer.
The AFL has copped it from pretty much all directions since unveiling its 2015 Grand Final lineup featuring X Factor Judge Chris Isaak, British electro-pop star Ellie Goulding and your mum’s teenage crush, Bryan Adams. You’ll note there that not one single homegrown artist made the cut, even though we’re talking about the Australian –
Triple j turned the big 4-0 this week and rather than hosting a respectable and intimate dinner party, our national broadcaster decided to throw a massive, public concert at Sydney’s Domain featuring performances from a number of their friends who also happen to be some of Australia’s most loved musicians. Around 25,000 people descended upon
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The Espy’s infamous New Year’s Eve celebrations are nearly upon us, with illustrious Australian acts like Architecture in Helsinki, Kingswood and DZ Deathrays topping the final lineup of acts poised to ring in the new year at the St. Kilda venue this December 31st. Architecture in Helsinki will be bringing the tunes from their latest
Triple J are turning 40 in style!
The fourth annual Riverboats Music Festival is set to return to the banks of the Murray River over three music-filled days in February 2015 with an impressive roster of home-grown talent, led by the likes of Dan Sultan and Sarah Blasko. Taking place from Friday, 13th until Sunday, 15th February 2015, from lunchtime until late
Cult kid’s television show, Yo Gabba Gabba!, whose indie music pedigree also manages to draw in the adults, kicked off in Perth this weekend. Ahead of their Australian tour dates another slew of hot Super Music Friends have been locked as part of the Yo Gabba Gabba experience. Local emcee Tkay Maidza will be getting
Two weeks out before the 10th annual Gum Ball takes place in the exquisite Hunter Valley, festival organisers have made three exciting new additions to the impressively diverse program. Australian grunge rock icon Adalita, famed surf film producer Andrew Kidman and his band The Windy Hills, as well as spectacular local troubadours The Lairs will
For many, Golden Plains is more than just a music festival. It’s the sister festival to Meredith Festival and although younger in age it’s often referred to as the more mature sibling. A smaller ticket allocation makes for a more intimate experience. Some of this year’s headliners, including Public Enemy, and LA-based beat making extraordinaire
The Creases were tasked with kicking off Laneway Festival‘s 2014 celebrations in Brisbane, and they performed admirably. They were loud, unabashedly fun, and “Louise” the scantily clad tambourine (wo)man was gallivanting across the stage in a way that all in attendance would have, given the chance. The perfect kick off for a festival. On to
The inaugural The Age Music Victoria Awards took place at Billboard in Melbourne last night, and Paul Kelly and The Drones were the big winners, taking home two awards apiece. Kelly won the best male award, as well as outstanding release of the year award for his latest effort Spring And Fall, as voted by