The dankest day of the year is fast approaching, and The Bennies are putting on an April 20 party for the ages.
As well as a live set from The Bennies, Dedmedics will also be along for the ride. Capping it off comes a special live art show from long time Bennies artist Trog, who'll be delivering his specific brand of stoner art.
Common Kings are heading back to Aussie shores in support of their long-awaited debut LP.
Last in the country to support Justin Timberlake on his 20/20 tour, Common Kings have since pushed through a relentless touring schedule that has taken them to stadiums across the globe - both supporting world-renowned artists and as headliners in their own right.
Whether you’ve got a tatt or a tan, love your jacket denim or trench all differences are put aside when Best of Both Sides takes over the in-between.
Brought to you by Lucky Coq and Bimbo Deluxe, BOBS celebrates Melbourne’s best talent embracing not scorning the geographical divide. With 77 artists and 24 events sprawling five stages the spicy margharitas won't be the only...
The new initiative is designed to give a leg up to artists who have built significant initial career momentum off the back of their BIGSOUND experience.
The $100,000 prize is the largest of its kind in Australian music history and comes in collaboration with Levi’s. The likes of Courtney Barnett, Flume, Rufus, DMAs, Gang of Youths, The Temper Trap and Tash Sultana have all used...
In the wake of the Greyhound's closure, it's good to see more bars opening up and bucking the trend of LGBTI venues closing down. Meet Pride of our Footscray - or P.O.O.F for short - Footscray's new community-owned LGBTI+ bar.
Still celebrating the revered album’s 15th anniversary a few months on, the Latin metal pioneers are thrashing through top to bottom.
Ill Niño have made they’re names bringing a flair and ethnicity not invested by many heavy rock outfits. Revelling in their consistent, unflinching stage energy, their following is embodied by trust and loyalty.
More drum and beat-driven than ever before, Pete Murray finds new ground on his sixth studio LP.
Take Me Down is the first slice from Camacho which sees him enlist a raft of musical visionaries from AB Original’s Trials to Grammy-award winning wunderkind Eric J Dubowsky (Flume, The Chemical Brothers) for production.
The acclaimed King Cannons frontman has also revealed a mini-documentary into the making of the LP.
A successful crowdfunding campaign enabled Luke Yeoward to traverse the United States fossicking for inspiration. Ghosts sees the return of the musician’s much-loved explosiveness yet uncovers a new design, encasing everything to have influenced Yeoward over his lifetime.
The Grampians has become a hotbed for musical adventure and once again a first-rate lineup comes to the region for the next incarnation of the Grampians Grape Escape.
A fusion of blues, roots and folk talent is fronted by the likes of Deline Briscoe, William Crighton and Nick Charles. Freya Josephine Hollick has also been slated for the two-day festival alongside Demi Louise,...
As the hype for Vivid LIVE 2017 intensifies, the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas has just enhanced two of its harbourside events.
With Repressed Records’ 15th Anniversary already welcoming the likes of Total Control and Severed Heads, now Miss Destiny, Lucy Cliché, Kitchen’s Floor, Fake, Angie, Francis Plagne, Skyline and Horse Macgyver are set to enter the...
Grinspoon are returning to the fore, travelling around the country on a 27-date tour to commemorate 20 years of one of their most well-loved albums.
Reaching double-platinum status off the back of a string of killer singles including Pedestrian, DCx3, Repeat, Just Ace and Don't Go Away - Grinspoon's seminal album Guide To Better Living spent 36 weeks in the ARIA Top 50. ...
Au Dré is a collaboration between talented musos JamBau and Audrey Powne.
The Melbourne natives combine influences from dance, electronic, hip hop, pop and roots to name a few. You probably recognise the duo from around the traps, given their longstanding involvement with the local music scene.
Their pedigree includes working as part of Sex On Toast, The Do Yo...
Adelaide Aus-rock band West Thebarton Brothel Party have gone and released a new video for their single Moving Out.
The band themselves will be moving around the country's capital cities over the next few weeks to tour their new single, ahead of appearances at Queensland's Big Pineapple Music Festival and Victoria's The Hills Are Alive later this year.
Lords of the big riffs, Wolfmother, are back at it with their new tour.
Having spent the majority of 2016 touring and selling out theatres, stadiums and festivals throughout the world including North and South America, Europe, the UK and Scandinavia, Wolfmother finally return to Australia for the home leg of their Gypsy Caravan Tour - their first full national album tour since...