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A WORLD of opportunity awaits young Victoria Park soprano Brianna Louwen. more »
THERE is no better introduction to Perth Arena than a KISS concert. You simply can't top it. Five years since their last visit and 30 years after their first, they remain one of the must-see live bands in the world. more »
THEY are often praised for possessing angelic voices and hailed by their legions of fans as goddesses, so it’s only fitting that Seeker Lover Keeper are taking their soaring, ethereal vocals on a national tour of churches and cathedrals. more »
WHAT do Sydney folk-indie darlings Boy & Bear have in common with a 1973 low-budget film about truckers battling a Nazi hiding out in Mexico?
ROCK n' rollers aren't renowned for following rules or playing it safe - and Boom Crash Opera's frontman Dale Ryder is no exception.
ROCK royalty Bon Scott means a lot of things to a lot of Acca Dacca fans.
DESPITE the name of the band being inspired by a Bob Dylan single from 1966, Rainy Day Women frontman Dylan Ollivierre said the similarities did not mean he liked the song. more »
AUSSIE indie band du jour The Jezabels are a collision of musical contrasts.
ELICITING a sense of mystery and marvel - like a well-crafted Agatha Christie whodunit - John Patterson of The Grates is keeping closed-lipped about his band's 'secret rituals.'
Channelling the pop-rock echo of Canada's favourite singer-songwriter Bryan Adams, the 36-year-old country boy from Condobolin is back with his fourth true-blue offering, A Million Suns.
DOWNSIZING must be on-trend in Aussie music at the minute.
SARAH McKenzie is being dubbed a once-in-a-generation talent and has shared the stage with Michael Buble and David Campbell, but she had no idea she could have a career as a jazz musician until hearing leading multi-instrumentalist James Morrison.
WHEN I first heard I was interviewing New York songstress Taylor Dayne, warm memories of her 1993 cover of Barry White's '70s pop-soul classic Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe came flooding back.
CONTRARY to its name, The Shallows collective is far from simplistic; in fact, it's pretty darn obscure compared to your average up-and-coming Perth band.
LIKE legendary Manchester music producer Martin Hannett - who had Joy Division's drummer reassemble his drum kit with toilet parts - Sydneysider Ernest Ellis isn't afraid to step outside the norm to create his ideal album. more »
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