A pair of garage duos, country rock, a suburban “supergroup” and one of the few local bands to be approved by Soundwave - there really is something for almost everyone in this wrap of local tours
What happened at the Gibson guitar factory in Nashville?
Want to know how Japandroids feel about missing out on the triple j Hottest 100?
Wagons and Gotye have been the big winners at the largest public voted music poll in Australia .
Melbourne’s Wagons and Chicago’s Joe Pug will join forces for a handful of east coast performances this October and November.
On a fresh night in a Canberra and with a fire raging just up the road, Transit Bar was the place to be to forget about all that and witness some awesome live country/blues music.
Melbourne outlaws follow up Goodtown with good times.
Wagons are playing a free gig at The Worker's Club today at 1pm as part of the Mess + Noise Lunchbox.
The suitably odd-ball video for Wagons' new single 'I Blew It' taken from their forthcoming album ‘Rumble, Shake And Tumble’ due out on May 6th. Video directed by Natalie Vandendungen.
Outlaw country favourites Wagons have announced their first Australian tour in over a year including the biggest performance in the band’s history.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros put on a performance that was captivating and magnetic. Their 'hipster' like charm certainly made everyone feel at home.
Pyramid Rock Music Festival promised to be one of the best festivals of the summer season, and what a great introduction to 2011 it was. With headlining acts such as N*E*R*D and The Temper Trap, plus many local and international delights, it would semm th
The Rainbow crew have brought the best of the live and dance music scene together for a new kind of bush festival in the Pyranees Panges.
After 2 months away, Henry's back, performing a sold out show at the Northcote Social Club supported by Matt Banham and Magic Silver White