Gerald Earl Gillum or G-Eazy (we can see why he went with the latter as his stage name) will be making his Australian debut with a string of shows...Howler, 7-11 Dawson St, Brunswick
Chicago hip-hop duo the Q Brothers turn their hands to another classic, reimagining Othello as a MC on the fast track from the ghetto to mad money...Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
'Rare opportunity' hardly comes close to describing DJ Shadow and Cut Chemists's Renegades of Rhythm tour. As separate artists, they're both...The Forum, 154 Flinders St, Melbourne
Farewell summer the best way Australian music fans know how – by throwing shapes at this year's Future Music Festival. The popular outdoor...Flemington Racecourse, 400 Epsom Rd, Flemington
Paul Allen and Renae Maxwell have a record collection that you’d call extensive, to say the least. After operating in St Kilda, the music lovers...15 Union St, Brunswick
Having opened its first store in 2006 in Sydney, TITLE quickly established itself as one of Australia's largest independent record, book and film...183 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
Soul, funk, disco, jazz, hip-hop, house and southern surprises.149 Commercial Rd, Prahran
He's created a huge online buzz for his upcoming album, but what can we expect from the Aussie hip-hop prince's latest disc?
Time Out talks Charlie Chaplin and going bush with the hip hop artists who started it all.
The soul man talks Supafest's killer line-up, working with Sia and feeling insecure... next to Celine Dion.
Time Out's doyenne of musical smut, AH Cayley, shares a few filthy jams to put you in the mood. (Warning! Strong language).
The main drawcards disappoint our reviewer, while the more curious finds save the day...