The second capsule from Mike Noga’s conceptually virtuosic King is here and to kick it off in fine fashion, the revered artist will play a special launch show.
All My Friends are Alcoholics is the perfect summer sing-along, laced with memorable chorus lines and stellar production work from Something For Kate’s, Paul Dempsey. His third studio full-length was met with critical...
Bluesfest Touring is kicking off 2017 by adding some handpicked acts to its roster.
Slightly Stoopid are leading the charge, bringing their Californian sound to Melbourne - blending their party-friendly mix of folk, rock, reggae and blues. They'll hit The Prince Bandroom on Friday April 14. ...
Afrobeat behemoth The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra are kicking things off for 2017 in fine form.
They'll be bringing their huge 16-piece lineup for a special public holiday eve show. This will be the first show of the year for the band, who typically only play a few headline shows a year due to the sheer logistics of bringing the entire crew together.
While the Ballarat Beer Festival may be ‘all about the beer’ (there’s over 200 different craft beers to be exact) it boasts a pretty killer lineup as well.
Performing at this year’s festival will be Dallas Crane, Blues Brothers, Riflebirds, The Houndlings, Michael Meeking & the Lost Souls, This Way North and Davey Lane returns as part of Thee Gravy Train Four.
Wasting no time, Totally Unicorn are kicking things off for this year by heading out on a national tour.
They'll be picking up their guitars and stocking up on cask wine once more on their 'Party Goons' tour that'll bring them across the country, dropping by Melbourne for what's bound to be a raucous show.
PBS 106.7FM is throwing a week-long party in celebration of live music, with an awesome lineup of local artists.
For five glorious afternoons in a row, PBS' Drive programs will exhibit some of the best acts Melbourne has to offer, with The Peep Tempel, Cash Savage & The Last Drinks, Laura Jean, Corin, Miss Destiny, The Dacios, Hi-Tec Emotions, The Pink Tiles, Karli White,...
The Smith Street Band's Wil Wagner will be heading out on an extensive solo jaunt throughout February.
After the success of two sold out east coast shows mid-2016 between recording commitments, Wagner will be picking up his guitar once more and hitting the road for his most extensive solo effort to date.
Locking in three hometown shows, he'll be taking to the...
Saturday January 7 marked the one year anniversary of the Bowie hit, Lazarus.
In an homage to the late music icon, Melbourne group The Ugly Kings have released their very first recorded cover track. The band lend their bluesy aesthetic to the rendition of Lazurus, as well as bringing a heavier edge to the proceedings.