Groovin’ the Moo have released their 2017 lineup and are delivering a medley of acts right to our regional doorstep.
The keyboardist of English rock band legends Black Sabbath has died at 68 from lung cancer. Nicholls joined the band in 1979 and remained until his departure in 2004. Whilst not always being credited as a full member of the band, Nicholls has provided his talents to Black Sabbath, and was a good friend of […]
The iconic ten-day festival is back for its fifth year and will feature close to 900 acts across 50 participating venues across Melbourne’s Yarra.
After a spot of top-notch, free live music? You’re in luck.
Whilst 90′s music is often reflected upon as the age of new wave music, it also confirmed that pop music was here to stay with some of the biggest pop bands – often hailing from UK – dominating the global charts. Acts like B*Witched, S Club 7 and Atomic Kitten were and are still a household name, with most still being able to recall popular songs.
My Echo have just premiered an absolute cracker of a video, throwing back to the golden age of Australia where mullets reigned supreme.
The Smith Street Band’s Wil Wagner will be heading out on an extensive solo jaunt throughout February.
House of Beige and Bad Apples Music are coming together for one big bash.
Slated to hit the country for Bluesfest, the legendary Patti Smith has locked in another sideshow – announcing her last ever Australian performance.
Fresh from announcing the return of Hot Dub Wine Machine, the full lineup has now been revealed.