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The Forum, 154 Flinders St, Melbourne
Tue 22 Apr
Iron and Wine’s fifth album Ghost on Ghost is not only the most elaborately-orchestrated album released under the name: it’s also by far...
Bella Union, 54 Victoria St, Carlton
Wed 23 Apr
Alternative dates: Wed 30 Apr, Wed 07 May, Wed 14 May, Wed 21 May, Wed 28 May
Price: from $21.00 to $27.00
Alistair, which artists are you particularly looking forward to seeing share a mic at Bella Union?
I am so pumped about the April/May program....
The Esplanade Hotel, 11 The Esplanade, St Kilda
Fri 25 Apr
Stu Arkoff has ditched the zombie makeup and fake blood, slicked back his hair and picked up an acoustic guitar. The show launches his new...
The Tote, 71 Johnston St, Collingwood
Sat 26 Apr
Stu Arkoff has ditched the zombie makeup and fake blood, slicked back his hair and picked up an acoustic guitar. The show launches his new single...
Kindred Studios, 212a Whitehall St, Yarraville
Sun 04 May
Price: from $12.00 to $15.00
Melbourne bluegrass and roots band the ReChords formed in 2009 over their mutual love of '50s and '60s rockabilly records. Now they hit the Bar of...
2 Florence Street, Burwood
Shop owner Charles Lee embraces being an audiophile. After spending a lifetime collecting rare recordings and equipment, Lee turned his passion...
Port Fairy, Port Fairy
Head to Port Fairy outside of festival time and you'll find a little coastal village with a good beach and very little else. Great if you're after...
221 Barkly St, St Kilda
A Pure Pop courtyard session on a summer’s afternoon is to music lovers what the cheesy grin of the Luna Park monster is to children: nirvana. A...
183 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
Having opened its first store in 2006 in Sydney, TITLE quickly established itself as one of Australia's largest independent record, book and film...
Melbourne folk duo Alice Keath and Sime Nugent release their debut album as Sweet Jean.
"I’m just trying to open up the flood gates and see what comes out and try my best not to be afraid of it"
When a man killed himself at one of his gigs, Irish folkster Glen Hansard formed an unlikely friendship with Eddie Vedder.
Their record, An Awesome Wave, was dubbed as the debut album of the European summer, and won them the Mercury Prize. Catch them now at Laneway
Our writers' love affair with Meredith makes this the most thorough review on the festival you're likely to read!
You can size up the Coen brothers ’ blacker-than-black, early 1960s time capsule Inside Llewyn Davis from all sorts of angles. Is it a...
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