The Guinness will flow like wine when thousands descend on the township of Portarlington over the Queen’s Birthday weekend for the annual National Celtic Festival.
Benny Walker was immersed in strong musical traditions of jazz, country and blues from a young age which ultimately lead him to become the versatile singer and songwriter with a passion for the land and the people that he is today.
San Cisco have the indie-pop sound we all know and love, with their bright hooks, acoustic elements and electronic dance melodies – and far from losing their signature spark, San Cisco have returned to the scene in a big way.
In Deep – the upcoming new release from Smoking Martha – has got everything you’d want from a rock band. It’s a scorcher and a refreshing one at that, joining the plethora of fantastic female-fronted releases out now.
Sydney-based rock outfit turned production project, CIRCLE, has been MIA over the last few years. Following the success of their 2012 single ‘Fashion Me A Drum’, CIRCLE took an indefinite hiatus with singer Radi Safi confessing that they all just got busy with a little thing called life.
2016 may have been the biggest year yet for The Paul McKenna Band – celebrating their 10th year together as well as releasing their fourth studio album Paths That Wind to immense critical acclaim and touring festival circuits and sold out shows worldwide.
After causing a lot of buzz with his 2014 release Dead Man’s Garden, Geelong based singer Tim Hulsman is back with his long awaited sophomore release Get Loved.
In between local and international tours, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever (RBCF) have been killing it following the release of their most recent EP ‘The French Press’, with the band even managing to find time to film a quirky little music video for their latest single ‘Sick Bug’.
Music Victoria has honed in on what makes Melbourne’s great live music scene.