From post-rockers to party-starters, here’s a bunch of local acts you should probably go see.
The St Kilda Festival announces a "secret" headliner for its closing night.
As Bluesfest announces the local additions to the lineup, they’ve revealed that headliners Paul Simon and Robert Plant are exclusive to that and won’t play any sideshows in Queensland.
A pair of feline tours plus gigs for World’s End Press, Collarbones, and New Gods.
The first four acts on the 2013 WOMADelaide lineup have been released with a good friend of Rancid's Tim Armstrong and a pair of Aussie festival faves on the bill.
The lineup for the Queenscliff Music Festival 2012 features Missy Higgins, Gurrumul, The Cat Empire, and You Am I plus the long awaited return of Something for Kate.
The Living End, John Butler Trio, The Cat Empire, Lanie Lane and Trombone Shorty are heading to Caloundra.
The first annual North West Festival is set to take over the heart of the Pilbara on Saturday 18th August 2012. On the Line up are Hilltop Hoods, The Living End and The Cat Empire.
The 47 000 votes have been counted and it's time to reveal the Hottest 100 Australian Albums of All Time.
Cat Empire frontman Felix Riebl will hit the road this August to show off tunes from his debut solo album, Into The Rain.
The Cat Empire begin to wind up their extensive ten year celebration with a notably special show at the Enmore Theatre; drawing on a rich back catalog, leaving fans and punters alike highly satisfied.
The Cat Empire purred through a two hour set of classics and showcased how a party band should wow the crowd
The Royal Wedding may have kept most of Adelaide indoors drinking cups of tea laced with Kahlua but a select few jammed into Jive to party with The Cat Empire.