Butterfingers are greasing up the tour van once more.
After some time hibernating, Butterfingers are back with a fat injection of new tunes. Their new single Big Night Out is an upbeat summer anthem, guaranteed to crack a smile on even the grumpiest of facades.
Dwarves are heading back onto the stage for a heavy-hitting Melbourne show.
Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, the Dwarves' chaotic shows and incendiary interviews drew the attention of both underground and mainstream press. Now, they're heading back onto the stage to teach a new generation how to worship Satan.
The full program for the 31st Melbourne International Comedy Festival has landed.
Featuring 556 shows across 100 venues, the streets of Melbourne are set to erupt with laughter as a huge lineup of local and international comedians join forces for one of the most hotly anticipated events on Melbourne's cultural calendar.
Legendary Australian film critic David Stratton is coming to Melbourne to discuss his life's journey.
It comes in support of his upcoming documentary, David Stratton: A Cinematic Life. The film explores his first boyhood cinema experience in England, moving through his migration to Australia and into his illustrious film career.
Filmmakers Jake Lloyd Jones and Thomas Hyland were blown away by China’s rich musical melting pot.
Relaxed cultural policies of the Chinese Communist Government have allowed for greater artistic exploration and a flurry of outstanding rock music talent has come to the fore. Chinese record label Maybe Mars have been at the heart of the transformation and now they’re bringing a...
Local photographer extraordinaire Zo Damage committed to photographing a band or more, every day for a year. That's 365 days of live music photography. Now, all this dedication will pay off in a stellar exhibition bolstered by some killer bands.
"The project itself has been a massive journey into live music, culture and community," said Damage. "That I have manage to achieve...
Two independent Australian record labels – Melbourne’s Milk! Records and Brisbane’s Bedroom Suck Records – have announced that today they are launching a collaborative vinyl subscription service. Pooling the talents of both rosters, which between them include Courtney Barnett, Cable Ties, Blank Realm and Jade Imagine, will be launching The Split Singles Club – six 7” singles delivered directly...
Don't worry, you're not getting shipped across the Tasman.
It’s beer drunk where you never knew you wanted to drink it with an imaginative twist – a visual concoction of projections and avant-garde graffiti surround a watering hole offering what’s best in craft beer, cocktails, boutique wines and great food.
It’s titled Whitehart because that’s where it is – at...
One of the most hotly anticipated moments of the 2017 Grammys was Daft Punk's dramatic return to the stage alongside The Weeknd. Watch the action yourself before the internet overlords take these down. We've embedded a few of them for good measure.
The Grammy-nominated comedian is returning Down Under with his hilarious live show.
He’s the funnyman who’s done it all – when he’s not on stage, he’s behind the camera, wielding the ball pen or producing. Amongst all of that he's had five children and has etched his name in Madison Square Garden history - becoming one of only ten comics to sell out the venue.
Rocket Science are set to take over Ding Dong for their first show of the year.
Since 2015, the band have reemerged from the grave to play rare handpicked events that suit them all individually. The show at Ding Dong Lounge is no exception and will see the band play both old material plus new songs for their upcoming fifth album.
After being pulled from streaming services in 2015 bar an exclusive deal with Tidal, Prince's music has returned to the likes of Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play and more.
"Prince recorded his most influential and popular music during his time with Warner Bros. and we are deeply aware of our responsibility to safeguard and nurture his incredible legacy," said Warner Bros. CEO...
Japan's Fuji Rock lineup is here, which means one thing for us Down Under - some good old fashioned Splendour In The Grass lineup speculation.
More often than not, acts booked for Fuji Rock appear on the Splendour lineup. Although this year Splendour will be going down one week earlier than Fuji, what's the point of breaking with tradition now?