Melbourne’s music community joins forces.
His only Aussie headline shows for 2018.
A tasty new music festival is coming.
Some of the best Aussie albums of 2017 are up for the $30K prize.
Taking her stunning self-titled album around the country.
This thing just keeps growing.
Encouraging Aussies to vote ‘Yes’.
The countdown is ON.
And it’s already got a huge lineup of guests.
“And now you, love – do you know how to turn on your amp?”
“Oh, it’s for you…”
Part-Last Waltz, part travelling circus, part all-in jam.
Milk! was a good choice.
Turns out Courtney Barnett is one hell of a screamer.
Singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett is set to help mentor young girls at Australia’s first-ever Girls Rock music camp, which is finally coming down under in 2016 after the first camp took place in Portland, Oregon back in 2001. Designed to empower young women through music, Girls Rock camps have been held everywhere from Japan to Iceland
Organisers of the exclusive The Hills Are Alive festival have today announced the first lineup for the event’s seventh edition, which includes some of the country’s best up-and-coming talent like Melbourne MC Remi, Canberra trio Safia, Tassie punks Luca Brasi and alt-country artist Jen Cloher. Also amongst the 23 names kicking off the lineup for
Melbourne rockers Augie March have announced the five artists who will open for the band on their string of five hometown reunion shows, set to take place at Melbourne’s Howler this October and November. Playing alongside Augie March on the first sold out show will be fellow Melbourne artist Oliver Mann. On the second night,
Next Australia Day weekend the Beechworth Music Festival will take over the historical Victorian town of Beechworth. For the second year running, festival organisers have curated a stellar lineup of artists who will provide the tunes for the sunny January 2015 event. Taking place at the Madman’s Gully Amphitheatre on the farmlands of the former