Kirin J Callinan has always been a dreamer.
Now, he's released the rock mockumentary he's always deserved, with a bunch of famous talking heads sharing their opinions on his seminal record, 'Telling...
Brisbane rockers Sunhaus won't make it to their Wollongong show this Thursday February 9, after running into trouble on the road.
Over to them:
"Yesterday (Wednesday 9th) we were driving down the highway and about 5 hours in, somewhere between woop woop and Forster, belting out Teenage Dirtbag, when our back wheel seized up and we semi-swerved to the side of the...
The second lineup for the Hunter Valley's Gum Ball music festival has been announced.
Kim Churchill, The Funk Hunters and Flyying Colours are amoung the new artists announced for the second line up for The Gum Ball music festival this April. They join Regurgitator, Tripod, Boo Seeka and many others.
The festival hits Belford in the Hunter Valley on Friday April...
The lads will be piling into Utopia Records tomorrow to hang out for a bit.
Sure, Sydney fans may have caught Dunies' killer set at Laneway Festival this past weekend, but now they've got a chance to actually meet the boys in person and nab a copy of the new album at the same time.
Revealing the surprise show on socials this evening, Dunies didn't give us a huge...
The thing about music that uses cutting-edge audio technology is that it tends to age badly.
Any synth sound or electronic drum kit from the ’80s that once seemed incredible now sounds like a bootleg Mario soundtrack, while early digital Pro Tools sessions seem so sterile and clinical that you should have to give your Medicare card to a receptionist in order to listen.
Good tunes are set to meet a great aquatic setting.
Ever get tired of schlubbing over to some crowded, indoor venue to see a band of The Jezabels' calibre? Well, rejoice, because the band have announced that they are set to headline the Australian Open of Surfing concert series, a gig that will see them blasting their fine tunes at an even finer beachside location.
Sydney Uni alumni and triple j hitmakers The Preatures will return to their old stomping ground for O-Week next month.
Isabella Manfredi, Jack Moffitt, Thomas Champion and Luke Davison, themselves products of USyd band nights and competitions, will lead a killer O-Week lineup thanks to the University of Sydney Union in March.
As part of Sydney's 21st Chinese New Year festival, a mass karaoke event is coming to Martin Place this weekend.
The 'massaoke' event will feature a live band and a big screen for crowds to belt out their favourite rock and pop hits, with guest hosts including WSFM's Jonesy and Amanda and SBS PopAsia's Andy Trieu and Natalie Tran.
Food lovers rejoice, the Taste of Sydney food festival is returning to Centennial Park this March.
From food markets to masterclasses with chefs, Taste of Sydney has it all. Attendees can check out established and new restaurants from around the city, including Saint Peter, Tequila Mockingbird, Four In Hand, Anason, Bouche On Bridge, Mercado and more.
South Australian expat and now Sydney-based jazz singer-songwriter Alison Avron has announced the album launch show for her debut LP, Tiny Little Universe.
Avron will celebrate the release of her debut album with a show at Marrickville's Django Bar on Friday March 3. The album's influences are taken from legendary acts such as Carole King and Brian Wilson.
Sydney indie rock band The Clouds have returned with their first release in 20 years.
The indie rock veterans have made their return with their Zaffre EP, out Tuesday Feburary 14, which will be the first music from the band since 1996. The Clouds will also play a string of shows in March/April.
The band released four albums in its original run in the '90s, all...