Since 1998, vocals led by Barnaby Weir and Daniel Weetman have been the driving force behind expressing The Black Seeds message. Conscious lyrics convey personal triumphs and failures, relationships good and bad, and are underpinned by a constant optimism. […]
Paul McCartney, musician, activist and global icon, has joined National Geographic Editor in Chief Susan Goldberg, for an exclusive conversation, ahead of releasing a new documentary short in support of his campaign “Meat Free Monday”. Encouraging everyone to become ‘meat moderators’ and discussing the impact that livestock agriculture is having on global climate change, the interview can be viewed here. […]
The Art of the Teese tour brings a number of brand new acts never before seen in Australia including “Lazy”, an act only ever performed at The Crazy Horse Paris (including new costumes from British designer Jenny Packham) and an all-new ballet-themed act “Swan Lake Stripteese”. It also features four of Von Teese’s most exhilarating performances, including a brand-new version of her iconic “Martini Glass” routine which features a beautiful new baroque style gilded champagne glass,crystallized from top to bottom with over 150,000 Swarovski crystals. […]
Melbourne garage/pop outfit Blooming Heck sure know how to blend the perfect pop song, and listening to their stunning self-titled debut album you get the sense they are cunningly aware of all the vital ingredients. Combining a jangling sound, poptastic lyrics, a driving infectious beat, kaleidoscopic keys, and tambourine shimmery goodness the band are very excited to be launching
their album at The Workers Club on 19th November. […]
This Ausmusic T-Shirt day, you can help the very people on your threads.
Ausmusic T-Shirt Day has become a staple of Ausmusic Month, a way to show support for your fave local artists and share the love in your feed and on your torso.
But we can do even more to support Aussie musicians. […]
Geelong has an interesting culture when it comes to rock music. Having spent quite a good percentage of my life in and around the Bellarine Peninsula, I discovered pretty early in my live music options that if something was worth seeing it was going to be on at the Barwon Club. There has been a long tradition where touring bands from here and abroad play the big smoke, Melbourne and then add an extra date to span the gap between there and the next major destination. This unassuming little pub opposite Kardinia Park, home of the Geelong Football Club has a back bar and band room that hasn’t changed since the first time I was there in about 1990 and it was the perfect venue to see the reformed Scientists on an otherwise quiet Sunday night. […]
The Corner Hotel is extremely excited to announce the shortlist for this
year’s Corner Award accolade. A small group of experts from across various
facets of the music industry came together earlier in the year to compile a
long-list of artists kicking goals in the business and have now unveiled
the seven artists that they’ve deemed to be going above and beyond. […]
Oscars Law & One Little Indian Enterprises are very proud to pre- sent Dogapalooza, Melbourne’s first dog-friendly (and hands down most adorable) music festival, is back for its trilogy edition on Sun- day November 12th on the grassy noles of Richmond’s Burnley Park.
For those who are tighter than a Maltese top knot, sadly our Early Dog Tickets (the dirt cheap ones) have sold out. Our final general release and VIP tickets are now officially ON SALE. (We note, we do not sell tickets to dogs. Dogs are free, because they don’t have jobs or credit cards). […]
The Black Sorrows continue to be one of Australia’s most enduring touring bands.
From humble beginnings playing inner-city cafes around Melbourne and selling albums from the boot of a car, Joe Camilleri transformed the band into one of the most sophisticated ensembles in the country.
For 30 years, the glorious voices of Vika and Linda Bull have comprised one of the most distinctive, versatile and emotionally charged sounds on the Australian music landscape. […]
American punk rock band Pennywise played the Forum Theatre in Melbourne, Australia on Friday 27 October 2017 to mark the 20th Anniversary of their legendary fourth album Full Circle, which they’re playing live in its entirety for the first time. The album was an emotional one for the band as it was dedicated to their bassist Jason Thirsk, who tragically died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound the year before the album was released in 1997.
It’s widely considered to be one of the most seminal and emotional records of the band’s near-three-decade career, and one of the most defining albums in punk rock history. Formed in Hermosa Beach, California, Pennywise took their name from the evil clown monster in the Stephen King horror novel It. The band consists of singer Jim Lindberg, guitarist Fletcher Dragge, bassist Randy Bradbury, and drummer Byron McMackin. […]