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iPod Turns 20 And Surprisingly … Still Exists

by Paul Cashmere

I haven’t heard of anyone buying an iPod is years so I was surprised to discover that it is still on sale. Which is good news, because its just turned 20.

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Don McLean American Pie

Don McLean ‘American Pie’ Album Turns 50

by Paul Cashmere

Don McLean’s iconic ‘American Pie’ album was released on 24 October 1971.

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Grace Cummings

SXSW To Return In 2022 As Live Event

by Paul Cashmere

Artists from around the world will return to Austin, Texas when SXSW resumes in 2022.

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Australian Music and Noise11 Most Respected Musician Poll

australianmusician.com.au and noise11.com Present The 2021 Most Respected Musician Poll

by Noise11.com

We’ve seen a lot of music polls recently, setting band against band, song against song but music shouldn’t be a competition. One artist or song isn’t better than another. Music is subjective. One person’s favourite sentimental country ballad might not appeal to a metal fan’s memories of a hardcore riff-laden rock song. A pop icon might mean the world to a young kid but nothing to a fan of an alt rock songsmith.

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Reckless Records

Artist Manager and Promoter Scot Crawford Launches Reckless Records

by Paul Cashmere

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.

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Love Police Records and Tapes Brian Taranto

Love Police Launch New Record Label

by Paul Cashmere

Love Police have started an all-new record label Love Police Records & Tapes (yes that does mean cassettes too).

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Lewis Capaldi

Lewis Capaldi Picks Up Four ASCAP Awards

by Music-News.com

Lewis Capaldi won four prizes at the ASCAP London Music Awards 2021.

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2021 YouTube Scholarship Recipient, Michiru Encinas - BFA Costume

Announcement: NIDA Announces 2022 Scholarships

by Announcement

NIDA continues its commitment to student accessibility and inclusion with an expanded slate now offering over $600,000 worth of scholarships across its courses for 2022 with applications closing 29 October.

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Olivia Rodrigo Sour Patch

Australian Album Chart: Olivia Rodrigo Returns To No 1

by Gavin Ryan

The debut album for Olivia Rodrigo called “SOUR” returns twelve weeks after it last topped the ARIA Albums Chart, now logging an eighth overall stay at the top in Australia.

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Denis Handlin AM, Chairman and CEO of Sony Music Australasia

ARIA Withdraws Denis Handlin Industry Icon Award

by Paul Cashmere

ARIA has withdrawn the Industry Icon Award given to Sony Chairman Denis Handlin in 2014.

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Denis Handlin AM, Chairman and CEO of Sony Music Australasia

Four Corners Sony Music Expose Is Just The Tip of the Iceberg

by Paul Cashmere

Let me start by saying I am not a fan of ‘Trial By Media’. The objective for a television program is eyeballs, not a legal conclusion. That is precisely what a huge brand name like Sony Music can deliver. Four Corners simply opened a door and allowed viewers a peak inside the entertainment industry and it was pretty ugly.

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Announcement: AusMusic T-Shirt Day In 19 November 2021

by Announcement

Music industry charity, Support Act, has announced today that its annual Ausmusic T-Shirt Day will return on Friday 19 November, backed by some of Aussie music’s biggest names including Jessica Mauboy, Jon Stevens, 5 Seconds of Summer, Amy Shark, Lime Cordiale and Neil Finn.

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Drake, Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Australian Album Chart: Drake “Certified Lover Boy” Is Back At No 1

by Gavin Ryan

Drake regains the No.1 spot in the country this week as “Certified Lover Boy” rises back for a third overall week at the top of the ARIA Albums Chart.

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James Reyne at Red Hot Summer Bendigo 2020 photo Noise11

Announcement: Valley Sounds Postponed Until 2022

by Announcement

With the ongoing uncertainty around lockdowns and capacities for live music due to the pandemic, Valley Sounds, the Yarra Valley’s first Acoustic Festival, will move to Sunday March 27, 2022.

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APRA AMCOS

Announcement: APRA AMCOS Open Applications for Professional Development Awards

by Announcement

APRA AMCOS is proud to announce the 2022 APRA Professional Development Awards, a career boosting initiative which has helped further the musical success stories of Gotye, Ecca Vandal, Eric Avery, Gordi, Morgan Evans, Beatrice Lewis, Michael Yezerski, and many more.

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ARIA Music Teacher of the Year Award nominees 2021

Announcement: ARIA Reveal Music Teacher Of The Year Award Nominees

by Announcement

ARIA is excited to announce the nominees for the 2021 ARIA Music Teacher Award.

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Hoodoo Gurus Dave Faulkner, photo by Ros OGorman

Red Hot Summer Bendigo Rescheduled To January

by Noise11.com

The Bendigo RED HOT SUMMER TOUR show, slated for November 13, has been rescheduled to January 29, 2022 due to the Delta outbreaks in Victoria. The line-up for the concert remains the same featuring Jimmy Barnes, Hoodoo Gurus, Jon Stevens, Diesel, Vika & Linda and Chris Cheney.

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Jimmy Barnes by Ros O'Gorman

One Electric Day Rescheduled To January

by Noise11.com

Melbourne’s One Electric Day, planned for November 21, has been rescheduled into 2022 due to the ongoing Delta outbreaks and restrictions in Victoria. The sold-out event will go ahead on Sunday January 30. The line-up for the concert remains the same, featuring Jimmy Barnes, The Living End, Jon Stevens, The Black Sorrows, Killing Heidi and Chocolate Starfish.

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Motley Crue play their first show of the Australian Final Tour

Better Noise Music Declares Rocktober Is Open For Business

by Noise11.com

Better Noise Music, the label releasing Motley Crue, Papa Roach and Five Finger Death Punch, has declared Rocktober 2021 open for business.

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Music Victoria

Music Victoria Industry Awards Nominees Revealed

by Noise11.com

The Music Victoria Industry Awards for 2021 will stream this year on 7 October.

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Lil Nas X Montero

Australian Album Chart: Lil Nas X ‘Montero’ Is No 1

by Gavin Ryan

The first studio album for American rapper and singer Lil’ Nas X titled “Montero” debuts at No.1 on the ARIA Albums Chart this week.

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Doja Cat

Doja Cat, Roddy Ricch, Metro Boomin Receive BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards

by Paul Cashmere

Doja Cat ‘Say So’ has been named BMI R&B/Hip Hop Song of the Year. Other awards have gone to Roddy Ricch and Metro Boomin.

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Drake, Photo by Ros O'Gorman, noise11

Australian Charts: Drake ‘Certified Lover Boy’ Spends Second Week At No 1

by Gavin Ryan

Drake becomes the fifth act for 2021 to hold for a second week at No.1 in Australia, as his “Certified Lover Boy” claims another week atop the ARIA Albums Chart.

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The Blues Train

The Blues Train Is The Latest Victim of #Gladyscluster

by Paul Cashmere

Victoria’s beloved The Blues Train has fallen victim to the #Gladyscluster. All shows for the remainder of 2021 have been cancelled.

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Dave Grohl Foo Fighters at Etihad Stadium on Tuesday 30 January 2018. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Bonnaroo Cancelled Two Days Out From Event

by Paul Cashmere

Bonnaroo has been cancelled just days before the music festival was to get underway.

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Matt Pinfield

Global Rock Summit To Honor Matt Pinfield

by Paul Cashmere

DJ and A&R exec Matt Pinfield will be honored with the GRS International Rock Icon of the Year award during the Global Rock Summit in California in March 2022.

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Jimmy Barnes by Ros O'Gorman

(Nearly All) Red Hot Summer Shows Rescheduled For January 2022

by Paul Cashmere

Most of the upcoming Red Hot Summer shows have been rescheduled into 2022. New dates have been announced for January and February.

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Liam Gallagher, Beady Eye, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Reading and Leeds Festivals Offer Covid Vaccine To Punters

by Music-News.com

Reading & Leeds Festival is offering COVID-19 vaccines at both sites this weekend.

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Meredith Music Festival

Meredith Festival Cancelled For Second Year

by Paul Cashmere

The Meredith Music Festival has been cancelled for 2021.

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The Strokes. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

Splendour In The Grass Postponed Until 2022

by Paul Cashmere

Splendour in the Grass is the latest music event to be postponed. It will now be held in July 2022.

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