Ahead of the release of their new album Everyone We Know, Blue Mountains hip hop group Thundamentals are touring the country with an art exhibition.
In collaboration with Sydney artist and designer April77 Creative (AKA Ben Funnell), whose work fans will recognise from the So We Can Remember and Everyone We Know albums, the Everyone We Know: Exhibition Tour will feature a...
It’s been a tragic week in Australian music following the death of professional stuntman Johann Ofner on the set of a Bliss N Eso music video, but it’s heartening to see an outpouring of support from the community in an effort to aid the family he leaves behind.
It’s been a tragic week in Australian music following the death of professional stuntman Johann Ofner on the...
Japanese artist/musician/didgeridoo player Goma has announced a one-night-only Sydney show this February.
Goma (real name Hiroki Morimoto) discovered his love of the didge in 1994, and it helped him recover from a near-fatal car accident in 2009. As a result of that accident, he suffered amnesia, and to recover, he used art and the didgeridoo as a form of therapy.
London hard-rock five-piece Thunder are set to play their first Australian dates in their 28-year career this March.
Beginning in 1989, Thunder have been a solid heavy metal attraction in their homeland, securing a respected reputation amoung fans. After break-ups and reformations, Thunder are finally bringing the storm to the Factory Theatre on Tuesday March 7.
You'll be able to try his latest weird pursuit using the newly-Australian spread from this weekend onwards.
We always cringe when we see those videos of an overseas visitor being "introduced" to our country's signature spread by way of a huge spoonful unfit for consumption by anyone, let alone a complete amateur.
Until now, if an Aussie band wanted to press up a vinyl record for a decent price, its best option was to manufacture overseas.
This can be fraught with difficulty, as test pressings, file transfer, the differences between mastering audio for separate formats, the huge beginners’ curve, and all the other annoying intricacies of pressing onto vinyl can often be compounded:...
It's a good time to be a fan of The Veronicas. After a not inconsiderable break from the spotlight, the brace of belters returned last year with anthemic banger 'In My Blood' and since then their comeback has seen them launch from strength to strength.
Now, thrillingly, the two have been announced as part of the 2017 Mardi Gras lineup,...
The Victorian alt-soul babes will hit the road this February.
The seven-member band, which formed in high school, was quickly initiated into the main soul scene of Melbourne. Since then, though, The Cactus Channel have continously evolved, blending jazz, hip hop and alternative rock sounds into their catalogue.
Seven new artists round out an epic line up of psych, fuzz and noise.
Brisbane rockers Dreamtime will join a host of local talent for the third instalment of Sydney Psych Fest. Grinding Eyes and Unity Floors will both be making their Psych Fest debut, whille heavier sounds will come from Comacozer and Thorax.
The Jim Mitchells will bring their usual surfy acid...
The first of the markets for this year will have all the rock'n'roll accessories you could need along with live bands and DJs.
The February edition of the Sydney Rock 'N' Roll & Alternative Market will be filled with the live sounds of Spurs For Jesus, A Band Called Twang, The Hellcat III, The Drey Rollan Band and DJ performances from Limpin' Jimmy and The Swingin' Kitten,...