Muso Damon Albarn has much to do, and say, on British PM Boris Johnson’s treatment of the arts during the global pandemic
Midnight Oil is releasing its long-awaited new album with a stirring video made by the artists behind an iconic mural of AFL legend Adam Goodes.
Kathy McCabe, National music writer
Organising a jazz festival in the midst of a pandemic is no easy task, but PIJF director Mace Francis pulled out all stops, with WA bass player Linda May Han Oh home and on board
As part of the world’s biggest pop bands, life for 5SOS drummer Ashton Irwin can be great. But as his new solo album reveals, it can also be seriously lonely.
In an exclusive interview, Empire of the Sun’s frontman Luke Steele says having one of the crowns he wore on stage exhibited at WA Museum Boola Bardip ‘feels special’ — like walking on a dream.
Cappuccino Concerts’ season concludes with Cygnius Arioso string quintet at The Grove library
Two founding members of the original girl power band Bananarama have revealed the sexist behaviour they had to endure on their way to success, describing how being groped was ‘par for the course’.
WA Opera return to His Majesty’s with Cosi fan tutte, sublime and ridiculous moments fitting Mozart’s comic opera
The AFL Grand Final entertainment has left many fans fuming. Not even Sheppard could help the line-up lift its game. We needed a rock star who we never got.
Released yesterday to rave reviews, Bruce Springsteen’s 20th studio album Letter To You contains lyrics more likely to galvanise voters than a Borat gotcha moment — and the critics love it.
Embracing new technology — and the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic — pop princess Kylie Minogue will perform a live-streamed concert for her new album Disco on November 7.
As Donald Trump and Joe Biden faced off in the final Presidential debate, Ariana Grande took over the Oval Office as the new Commander in Chief for her new music video.
Perth Symphony Orchestra brings Mozart by Candlelight to Perth Concert Hall
Bruce Springsteen has revealed how being the last man standing after the death of a friend from his first teen band inspired his new album.
Highway to Hell named best cultural, arts or music event at 2020 Australian Event Awards.
Human Nature are coming home after 11 years in Vegas. They play Kings Park in December despite the prospect of two weeks in hotel quarantine.
Bruce Springsteen’s new album Letter To You blends nostalgia, tributes and the big sounds of the E Street Band
Ahead of her new single’s live debut at the NRL Grand Final, Amy Shark shares how her homemade video got her noticed by Blink 182 years before she found fame.
WA Symphony Orchestra will focus on local talent next year, copying the lessons of the current rebooted season with scant prospect of international air travel.
Music icon and BigSound 2020 keynote speaker Tom Morello says a more humane planet is possible, but fans can’t “sit on the sidelines” and let “jackasses drive this planet into a ditch”.
He died nearly 15 years ago, but this Brisbane music icon has been resurrected in a tasteful tribute by another well-known artist.
It’s somewhere between a sausage sizzle and a hamburger and Jimmy Barnes and Jock Zonfrillo are keen to make a new fast food work in Australia. LISTEN TO HIS PODCAST
Cappuccino Concerts presents Lachlan Skipworth world premiere with flautist Andrew Nicholson and pianist Adam Pinto at the Grove library.
The hot new musical group that has risen out of the ashes of the COVID-19 shutdown.
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