2012 didn't see the world end but it did spell "end of days" for many bands.
One of Sydney’s most promising young bands are calling it a day.
No frills Postpunk
Touring their fourth, self-titled record, Interpol prove as dark and stylish as ever.
The second Double Dragon party didn’t change the world of local music, but it certainly keep it chugging along well into the early hours. And even when it didn’t mean to be, this night was certainly entertaining.
Cloud Control, Dan Kelly, ECSR, Parkway Drive and Sia are among the nominees for the 2010 Independent Music Awards.
FBi is helping to bring art to the streets as part of Fringe Fest in Sydney next month with Changing Lanes Festival.
It was a polarising Wednesday evening at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory as three different bands took the stage to evoke three different experiences.
This being the last night of a tour that took in 14 dates in 24 days, Kurzel and drummer Cec Condon were in the mood for making a racket, and it showed.
The Rosemount Hotel was buzzing with those who’d had more than just a few after-work drinks while waiting for the Mess Hall.
While the organisation still left a lot to be desired the music at Laneway 2010 was of the highest order, with some of the best bands from Australia and around the world impressing at the picturesque Footscray riverfront.
Oregon indie-heroes The Decemberists touched down in Melbourne for the first time, treating fans to an exciting unparalleled experience.
The Hyde Park Barracks - a building that stands as a powerful reminder of the city's convict past - complements The Decemberists' obsession with bloodthirsty history.