For Dominic ‘Dot’ Major, Hannah Reid and Dan Rothman, their band London Grammar has unintentionally lived up to its name.
Setting up in one of Australia’s most picturesque national parks next February, three-day Victorian event Grampians Music Festival is one to mark on the calendar.
When a group of high school friends were drawn together by a shared interest in music, The Cactus Channel would quickly come to be.
The Maldon Folk Festival has been going for more than four decades, and it still offers festival goers a legendary folk experience across 12 venues over four days.
As far as his tens of thousands of fans across the country and around the world are concerned, the sandy-haired, ex-barefoot busker we know and love as Kim Churchill can do no wrong.
After accumulating countless Grammies in the past, there was no surprise when Hydrograd, Stone Sour’s sixth studio album debuted at number one on three different Billboard charts.
It’s been said that good things come to those who wait. And after waiting patiently for three years, Melbourne-born, Australian rapper Illy (the moniker of Al Murray) released his fifth album, Two Degrees.
It’s never easy when a vocalist leaves a band. When Chris “CJ” McMahon left Thy Art Is Murder towards the end of 2016, the future was uncertain. The only thing that was clear was that the band would carry on and continue to serve up savagely brutal deathcore like only they can.
In 2012 Brisbane outfit, The Jungle Giants, embarked on their first national tour in support of the indie folk five-piece Boy & Bear, and half a decade later their infectious energy and fresh sound has catapulted them to become one of Australia’s most exciting live acts.