Sydney trio Middle Kids made a powerful debut last year with the release of their self-titled EP which has seen them go on to tour … Read more
Burgundy Street is feelings you can dance to.
Sally-Anne Whitton’s rolling country style lightens the emotional load, it powers her songs with a natural high, … Read more
BY ALEC SMART
A Leichardt pub leaseholder has disappeared, allegedly owing tens of thousands of dollars to bands that performed in the premises he was … Read more
The Black Seeds album Fabric is brimming with love and good vibes.
Bouncing around the listener, the sounds of Fabric encourage happiness with every couple … Read more
For the music nut, there are few better watering holes in Sydney than Deep Groove. Built by music lovers for music lovers, Deep Groove pays … Read more
BY JADE MORELLINI
80s pop icon Adam Ant, performing in Sydney last week, issued restrictive waivers demanding photographers relinquish copyright on images of him taken … Read more
Food court’s new album Good Luck is fast.
Quick in delivery and quick in recording come the band’s eleven new tracks. They’re style is nostalgic … Read more
Nostalgia for the 80s really has taken over the music world recently and Cut Copy’s new record Haiku From Zero continues down this path. That … Read more
Michael Di Francesco (aka Touch Sensitive) has been working on this record for the best part of four years and that dedication to the craft … Read more
BY JOSEPH FENAUGHTY
Oxford Street will be a little less sparkly as of next month with legendary gay club The Midnight Shift set to close … Read more