The initiative will allow the new members of our community the opportunity to absorb Melbourne’s vast music scene and make friends at the same time.
The aim of the project is to have a mix of young Melburnians and new migrants to attend a series of three or four gigs together, so they’ll get to know one another and hopefully extend their friendship beyond the project.
Widely loved electronic pioneers Underworld are returning to Australia for the first time in seven years.
Off the back of their Grammy-nominated album Barbara Barbara, We Face a Shining Future, coupled with their peak-time Born Slippy (Nuxx) anthem revived this year for the Trainspotting sequel, audiences can look forward to a journey through two decades of genre-breaking...
‘These Are the Songs’ is a lovingly crafted compilation spanning the past 18 years and more of Mick Thomas’ creative life.
A companion to These Are the Days, the album traverses a momentous journey from the wry and laconic observations of The Lonely Goth to the wit and whimsy of You Remind Me, the soaring growl of Hard Currency to the pure joyous on-the-road fun of Sleep on...
Sun Kil Moon is heading Down Under off the back of his new double LP.
Common As Light And Love Are Red Valleys Of Blood takes listeners on a journey across the United States of 2016 – traversing the harrowing, often banal realities of Mark Kozolek’s travels and internal narrative via candid, intimate lyrical musings.
The howling Sydney rock duo Polish Club have dropped their second single and video Come Party in support of their debut album Alright Already.
Come Party features exhilarating, crashing garage soul with a fast-paced grunting guitar and splattered drums. The single and album release was highlighted by the announcement of their first headline tour, set to cover the country....
The legendary Midnight Oil are reforming for a very special show.
The iconic Australian band last performed at Melbourne's Sound Relief concert in 2009 after formally splitting in 2002. Now, the seminal group are getting back together for what's promising to be a huge tour.
The folkie is heading in a new direction, and he wants Melbourne to experience the change with him.
His second release, Home Away From Home, is set to move away from his traditionally acoustic sound and refine it, and the new EP covers topics of balancing isolation and comfort when you're dropped in an unfamiliar environment.
The underground southern rock band from Atlanta are here to give Australia a taste of just how rock'n'roll they can be. Their high-powered shows and whiskey guzzlin', brawlin', yellin' antics means their gig will be some raucous fun.