Fresh from dropping his brand new single, he's also revealed the details of his forthcoming album and tour.
New track In Motion features electro wunderkind Japanese Wallpaper getting in on the action, who will also be joining the rapper on his upcoming tour. It's the latest track to be released from his highly...
Old time singer/songwriter Archer has announced his new single My Little Sweet Aussie Sweetheart, a beautiful rediscovery of Mike O'Malley's original ballad from the 1950s.
Archer was honoured to put his spin on the classic stating, "It feels damn good to bring an old fair dinkum forgotten Australian love song out again. It's a huggin your Grandma kind of a song - livin and...
Neo-soul act New Venusians have dropped their latest track before hitting the road.
A slow builder, Game Change sees the seven-piece taking a few twists and turns, with opening soul-fueled minimalist grooves paving the way for a midway guitar-induced break that builds to a crescendo of synths and percussion.
Boogie is nearly upon us, but there's still surprises left in store.
Joining the already heaving lineup are Dan Baird & Homemade Sin getting down from the US, Oh Pep!, Drug Sweat, Jarrow, Baby Blue, DJ Rainbow, DJ Mermaid, Andee Frost, Ginger Light, Manchild, !Breechboy!, James 'Hound Dog' Young, Larry Kronick Jr, and BT's Country Moanings.
Boomerang Festival is returning to Bluesfest for 2017, bringing a diverse array of music, dance and conversation.
This year's lineup features Leonard Sumner, Oka, Yirrmal, Airileke and Rize of the Morning Star, Emily Wurramara, Tenzin Choegyal, Te Kopere Maori Healers, Excelsior, Jannawi Dance Clan and Bundjalung Artists.
Ministry of Sound are getting the class of 2005 - 2008 back together for a special reunion tour.
Throw back to a time when you were putting your hands up for Detroit with performances from Sneaky Sound System, Bang Gang DJs, Goodwill, John Course, Kid Kenobi, Mark Dynamix, Riot In Belgium, Stafford Brothers, Tonite Only, Van She Tech and more.
After smashing it at Golden Plains on the weekend and selling out their second Melbourne show in just two hours, Confidence Man have announced a third and final performance to whet the appetite of amazed newcomers and excited fans alike.
Well and truly warmed up for their national Hard Candy Tour, the...
After selling out their first show, The Smith Street Band are giving the people want they want by adding another Melbourne date.
Joined by certified legends Joyce Manor, Ceres and Allison Weiss, they'll be tearing through tracks from their forthcoming record More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me - due for release on their own label, Pool House Records, on April 7.
Emerging Australian songwriter Gretta Ray has unleashed a brand new track, capping the news off with details of a Melbourne launch show.
Clocking in at just over four minutes, Towers is a shimmering slice of guitar-driven alt-pop that twists and turns with melodies characteristic of Ray. A slow burning tune, the chorus opens up to something seriously anthemic.
Hard-rock group Shortfall have been hard at work, passionately organising a special charity event for a truly worthy cause. Together with the likes of Melbourne heavy-hitters Schikain, Arakeye and Headtorch, the band hope to raise as much money as they can for donation to the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation.
Every year, around 1600 people are diagnosed with brain cancer in...