As the announcement of the triple j Hottest 100 on Australia Day draws near, two A.B. Original tracks have been recognised in APRA AMCOS’ own top songs list, the shortlist for the esteemed APRA Song of the Year.
The tracks about the often dismissed side of Australia Day (‘January 26’) and the celebration of strength (‘2 Black 2 Strong’) – both from ARIA top ten-charting album...
The sold-out gig on Sydney Harbour will be followed up with a massive DJ set from Norman Jay MBE, supported by Simon Caldwell and Stephen Ferris.
All through the holiday period, The Island Live has been providing summer vibes with acts like Alison Wonderland, What So Not, Hayden James and Cosmo's Midnight bringing gigs to the iconic floating beach club.
Sydney's 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is hosting rickshaw food tours of Chinatown designed by Louise Zhang.
The tours on offer take place throughout Haymarket as you ride on an artist-commissioned rickshaw and sample some of Chinatown's most iconic snack spots while also learning the history behind the stops.
The launch party is named Punk Out with Camp Out, and will be raising money for LGBTQIA+ youth.
Stellar Addiction, a five-piece pop-punk band from Sydney, have been touring their debut album Full Moon Sky around Europe and Japan over the past couple of years. Now, they're ready to release new music to their hometown fans.
Cult Nigerian electronic music artist William Onyeabor has died at his home in Enugu, Nigeria, aged 70.
Onyeabor's musical career peaked between 1977 and 1985, during which time he released nine full-length albums of electronic funk. One of the most remarkable aspects of his recording career was that he pressed and printed his own records at Wilfilms Limited, his personal...
Ngaiire, No Zu and Broadway Sounds lead the charge when the party hits Marrickville this Feb.
Apparently inspired by "kerbside parties from around the globe", the brilliant LGBTIQ+ party-starters of Heaps Gay are throwing one hell of a gig, with a lineup that'd make plenty of mini-festivals jealous.
Having just picked up the FBi Radio SMAC award last night for '...
Sydney's Luna Park is planning to celebrate this year's Super Bowl with a super sized American party.
Starting early at Circular Quay, LunaBowl – Super Bowl 51 treats guests to a ferry ride across to Luna Park where the party really gets started. Feast on an all-American style buffet, unlimited rides and other entertainment while the biggest game on the US sports calendar...
541 Art Space has teamed up with artist Fan Dongwang to present the Icons Of Identity art exhibition, to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Presented by 541 Art Space, the exhibition showcases artwork exploring Australia's national identity and the rise of Chinese contempary culture. The works of Chinese-born and Sydney-based Dongwang will be on display through the exhibition. ...
The Australian Music Prize is one step closer to announcing the best Australian album of 2016.
The 12th AMP is set to be awarded in March, with $30,000 in prize money going to the winner courtesy PPCA. Now, the 16 AMP judges have revealed their shortlist of nine albums in the running, whittled down from 364 new releases in...
France's acclaimed experimental metal duo Alcest have announced their triumphant antipodean return. The head-banging overlords are set to head back to Sydney on what is sure to be a blistering, uncompromised tour through our fair land, bringing with them a swathe of new material.
The Golden Gaytime resurgence continues as five special flavours make their way to Market St tomorrow.
A stalwart of milk bar freezers for what seems like forever, the invitingly-named Golden Gaytime has had a bit of a renaissance in recent years, becoming just a touch trendy as far as ice creams are concerned.
Sydney dance duo Cosmo's Midnight will fill the dancefloor at the first Mona Saturdays of February 2017.
Presented by the Mona Vale Hotel in conjunction with Northern Beaches brands Barney Cools, Aloe Swimwear and Escape Sundays, there'll be three massive stages plus pop-up stores and giveaways running all night long.
This wasn't the preparation Fanny Lumsden had in mind ahead of her massive shows at Tamworth Country Music Festival this year.
The youthful star of Aussie country songwriting landed in Tamworth ahead of the festival, which begins this weekend, but a nasty surprise awaited her when her beloved acoustic guitar came off the plane.
As part of our ongoing strategy to champion local music, arts, comedy and food (glorious food), the BRAG team are delighted to announce we’ve entered a deal with new music media publishing company Seventh Street Media.
Along with online music media publisher Tone Deaf, B2B music industry hub...
Galerie Pompom is joining forces with Sydney artist Kylie Banyard to present her third solo exhibition, Hereafter.
Banyard has a fascination with capturing more experimental ways of living and learning and channels this through Hereafter, which depicts legacy of the iconic Black Mountain College. Banyard focuses on a number of impressive and often overlooked women from the...