Major new titles coming this week from: twenty one pilots, Coheed & Cambria, Echo & The Bunnymen, Monuments, High Cornwell, You Me at Six, T.I., Katie Melua (GH), Judah Kelly, Broderick Smith, Cat Power, Bob Evans, Steve Perry, John Lennon’s Imagine re-issue, Triple J’s Like a Version Vol.14 and the soundtracks for ‘Venom’ and the new ‘A Star is Born’ with Lady Gaga.
Melbourne International Jazz Festival artistic director Michael Tortoni has confirmed that the festival is definitely going ahead for 2021.1 day ago
The Live Entertainment Industry had a $1.4 billion decline in 2020 causing a major impact on the Australian economy.1 day ago
Band manager and concert promoter Scot Crawford has launched a new record label Reckless with new music coming soon from James Reyne, The Poor, Palace Of The King, Angry Anderson, and Rose Tattoo.1 day ago
The Darkness have released the new single, ‘It’s Love, Jim’, about an "intimate" encounter with an "extra-terrestrial goddess of otherworldly beauty."2 days ago
Victoria will welcome back live music on 30 October with 4000 fans attending the Play On Victoria concert at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.2 days ago
INXS’ second album ‘Underneath The Colours’ was released 40 years ago this week.2 days ago
Strange Tenants were one of Australia’s first Ska bands. In November 1981 Strange Tenants played their first gig at the Lygon Street Festival. That was just two years after the first acknowledged Australian Ska band The Jumpers formed in Adelaide in 1979.3 days ago