25 years after the release of Entertainment, seminal British post punkers Gang of Four play their first show in Melbourne, and it was everything you thought it would be.
At long last, Gang of Four hit the Gaelic Theatre for a headline show.
Make no mistake, boys and girls – I Heart Hiroshima are back.
It is a year to the day since I Heart Hiroshima have played their home town of Brisbane, and the expectant faces in this hip Woodland crowd show the misfit trio has been missed.
Brisbane kids I Heart Hiroshima are hitting the road this January.
I Heart Hiroshima continued to improve their live reputation with a powerful performance at Fitzroy's Workers Club
Win tickets to see I Heart Hiroshima prove that there's more to Melbourne this weekend than Meredith.
You Am I entertain with and without instruments, with support from not one, two or three but four support bands. Epic.
It's not because I'm a grandma, but I want to preserve my hearing so that I can still go to gigs when I really am old.
One Movement festival is on this weekend and with so many bands on the line-up, we've put together a list of acts we love to help you decide.
Underground riot grrrls in matching candy coloured costumes Shonen Knife returned to Melbourne from Osaka after 12 long years and transformed the entire room into head-bopping and hip-swaying children.
Shonen Knife escape from Godzilla's clutches to tour their new album, 'Super Group'.
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