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This new emerging music festival will make its debut this weekend, taking over a Bermuda Triangle of ace live music venues, stretching across Oxford Art Factory, Brighton Up Bar and the Cliff Dive . The...
After 22 years together, the 'Gurge are hitting the road for their Cheap Imitations tour. The boys will be playing their power-pop hits from 'Polyester Girl' to '! (The Song Formerly Known As)' at Manning...
They're only whippersnappers, but Zach De Pue, Nick Kendall and Ranaan Meyer are shaking things up in the world of classical music. Touted as 'a classically-trained garage band', and 'more indie-rock band'...
Sydney music news & Interviews
Childish Gambino, SBTRKT, Client Liaison, Joey Bada$$ and more headline this year's edition
Julia Zemiro and Brian Nankervis pay tribute to the Aria Hall of Fame
Tay Tay returns for another string of flashy stadium shows
Go your own way and fulfil your dreams and see F-Mac in flesh
Benjamin Plant chats about LA, finding the band’s voice and what inspired their new album
After being forced to cancel his April tour, Sam Smith has rescheduled dates for his huge arena tour this summer
The Enmore is set to host two huge homecoming shows for the Sydney electronic outfit
Faker gives Built on Glass the live treatment with an outdoor show at the Sydney Opera House
Music worth travelling for
The festival with a focus on good times and soul music returns
They're back with a new album and a tour to boot. And they are still babes.
The Preatures and the Rubens headline the Wollongong music festival
Handsome Tours offers up a brand new music festival on the South Coast
Gig Reviews - Did you go? Leave your own review...
The beloved band's Opera House debut was a happy, hushed affair
Another year, another successful instalment of the cool kids' favourite music festival. Read about our highlights here
An eerie tribute to Johnny Cash (at the Parramatta Gaol, no less) hit all the right notes
How good are these indie rock legends from Texas? So good it seems they're constantly in their prime