Finally, Torquay are getting their very own Summer Music Festival and it couldn’t be more perfect.
Rising to fame in 2003 with his debut album Get Rich or Die Trying, hip-hop artist Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson is still considered one of the leading figures to the ‘gangsta’ rap genre and is notoriously known for his feuds with other rappers as well as his rags to riches story.
Twenty-seven years ago a rag-tag bunch of folkies got together and formed a band called Things of Stone and Wood that went on to define Melbourne in the early ’90s.
Toni and the Stonehearts hit the ground running with 100 per cent full throttle debut single ‘No Turning Back’.
After commercially breaking through with their debut effort ‘Torches’ in 2011, Foster the People have returned with their unique third LP ‘Sacred Hearts Club.’
Ball Park Music’s frontman Sam Cromack is in holiday mode after recently announcing a headline tour of Australia next year in support of their latest single.
Following the success of last year’s Christmas Project, ‘Busking for a Change’ is back, and this time organiser Jeffrey Jordan is aiming for it to be bigger and even better.
In celebration of Popcultcha’s new Collector Gallery, The Dukes of Deliciousness will be performing on opening day alongside Grindhouse, Tom Stevenson Band, Sheriff, The Mojo Corner, Stone Mocean and The Red Men. Forte chat to the Dukes’ frontman Michael Findlay ahead of the launch party. Hi Mike, thanks for chatting. What has been keeping The […]