If there was a door at the back of your head, Pink Matter are the soundtrack to you walking through it; seeing yourself look at the world. That door is now wide open. Having just been announced as support to Unknown Mortal Orchestra in Brisbane, the quartet today release their highly anticipated debut EP ‘Human Error’. […]
It’s a brave musician who dares to take a masterwork and reinterpret it. It’s a long-standing tradition, of course, particularly in the world of jazz, but it takes a stout heart and loads of talent to step up to the plate and throw one’s fate to the wind when the source is INXS.
And yet that’s exactly what Cam Giles has done, and knocked it right out of the ballpark. This album is a startling, sexy reinvention of the music of INXS. It’s been translated into the language of jazz and the translation is spellbinding. […]
All manner of on-air shenanigans will be happening from Friday 17 August till Sunday 26 August. Special guests on Breakfasters (Monday to Friday from 6am to 9am) will include: * RVG (performing live at 8.45am […]
Queens Of The Stone Age’s hugely anticipated Australian tour kicks off in two weeks – the final stop on the band’s Villains World Tour, following 13 months of epic shows worldwide.
Joshua Homme, Troy Van Leeuwen, Dean Fertita, Jon Theodore and Michael Shuman are no strangers to Australia. As Homme attested on their previous visit: “Everybody who knows me knows that Australia is my home away from home”. […]
Since the release of her debut album Friends with Feelings in April 2018, things have really taken off for Melbourne based singer-songwriter and proud Wergaia / Wemba Wemba woman Alice Skye.
The album has been popular with the media and listeners alike, premiering on ABC Local Radio programs across the country, being added to double J rotation and featured on both Spotify and Apple Music. […]
The success of The Doors kept the band in-demand and on the road in early 1967. When they weren’t playing live, they recorded Strange Days at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, the same studio they used to record their classic debut. […]
BIGSOUND has done its final reveal, with its full program, over 70
new buyers and speakers from all over the world and some surprise
last-minute artist additions making the pilgrimage for four days and nights of musical celebrations from September 4-7 in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley Live Music Precinct. […]
Triple R is at the heart of Melbourne’s music community. It’s that time of year that the music community can return the love. Volunteers are the heart and soul of Triple R FM. The iconic community […]
Speaking on the new album Liam Howlett said: “to us, the idea of ‘No Tourists’ is ultimately about escapism and wanting to be derailed. Not to be a tourist, not to follow the set path. If you want something, you have to reach out a bit further, a bit deeper. That way lies more danger, and excitement. It doesn’t mean no tourists allowed – just, don’t be one!” Howlett laughs. […]
Sydney-based indie rock aficionado and prolific storyteller Thomas Keating is no newcomer to the local music scene. Having crafted intimate tales of home and country life since he first broke onto the scene back in 2012 with his band Thieves who later morphed into Good Counsel. At the end of 2016, Good Counsel called it a day, allowing Thomas Keating to return to his singer songwriter roots. His first solo endeavour and debut single ‘Begin Again’, is due for release nationally on Friday 2 February. […]