Tom Mann digs deep in the groove to find out how Melbourne Melbourne became Soulsville, AUS.
Overheard countless times was the invariable conclusion that Flume was going to be sick and that The Flaming Lips – whoever they might be – were probably from the ’80s.
What originally started sixteen years ago on the lawns of Sydney University as a celebration of our country’s world-class arts scene seems to have fallen victim to the usual pitfalls of 21st Century festival-going and cultural cringe.
December to March covered with tours from Tim Rogers, The Bamboos, Julia Stone, Smith St Band, and The Trouble With Templeton.
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.
Falls Festival has added another round of acts has been announced for with the festival confirming the return of the traditional opening night of funk and soul acts.
The Bamboos funk it up at Brisbane's Hi-Fi as part of their Medicine Man tour
Mark Ronson's pal Daniel Merriweather joins Melbourne's finest soul crew for the latest single from their 'Medicine Man' album.
Two country legends and some soulful Melbournians lead this week's tours in brief.
Smooth falsetto? Check. Infectious, snaking blues guitar groove? Double check.
Corinbank 2012 is set to explode, with a line-up bursting with talent, both new and old.
Soul and blues legend Syl Johnson plays his first Sydney show gracing the city with one of the best performances it has received, re-affirming himself as one of his genre's pioneers, and even bringing some people to tears.