A brand new book about Daft Punk is announced today: After Daft by Gabriel Szatan, due to be released in 2023 by John Murray Press / Hachette UK.
As a long playing Fifa head, theres one thing that actually does change between the game’s annual releases, and thats Fifa’s highly reputable soundtracks.
On October 15th, Mac Miller’s Faces will be available on all streaming services for the first time since its initial release.
‘Ageism Anarchists’ are a new collective calling for an end to ageism in the Australian music industry
On Tuesday, anonymous collective Ageism Anarchists launched a social media campaign to fight against ageism in the Australian music industry.
The Lord Gladstone Hotel, or as many know it as, ‘The Gladdy’ is one of Sydney/Eora’s most famous establishments.
Splendour In The Grass has had to move again, this time moving from November this year to Friday 22 to Sunday 24 July 2022.
The cancellation of Vivid Sydney for 2021 was one of the most painful cancellations as a result of COVID-19.
First Nations music has never been more front-facing than in 2021 and with the country still reeling from COVID closures, more details have emerged about BLAKSOUND, so-called Australia’s first dedicated Indigenous music event led by youth and broadcasting globally online from Meeanjin.
If the rollout for Kanye West’s ‘Donda’ could get any weirder, it now has.
Paralympic gold medalist Dylan Alcott & Untitled Group have today announced the lineup for all-inclusive music festival Ability Fest this November.
South West Sydney rapper and Australian hip-hop pioneer B Wise has announced his sophomore album, ‘jamie’ will be releasing on the 20th of August.
Naarm/Melbourne based New Years festival Let Them Eat Cake has today returned with a fresh new lineup for their 2022 rendition of the festival.