Joining an all-ready star studded bill, Melbourne’s own perfectly quirky pop stars, Totally Mild, return, along with local minimalist post-rock group Sleep Decade, genre evading prodigies Tram Cops, DJs Big Rig and Danny Hotep to round out the weekend of musical talent.
Sleeping with Sirens are coming back down under in 2018, touring their latest album Gossip.
After wowing fans with his EP Divide & Conquer in 2016, What So Not continues to mirror his layered style in his debut album Not All The Beautiful Things, delivering a three-dimensional sound that leaves listeners with a lingering desire for more.
‘My Enemy’ takes a new direction, and is sporting some serious moody vibes.
Bluesfest is thrilled to announce Australia’s most popular contemporary artist, the incredible Tash Sultana will close their main stage on Thursday March 29.
Having kicked off their 24-date AUS/NZ tour last week, Sydney’s dynamic production duo Set Mo (Nick Drabble and Stu Turner) stop in to chat to Forte about their upcoming show in Geelong this weekend.
Georgia Nott, known as one half of the critically acclaimed brother-sister duo BROODS, has released “The Venus Project: Vol. 1,” the full-length album from her all female collaboration, ‘The Venus Project.’
Attention all wine connoisseurs as this one’s for you