First headline shows in Australia in almost a year for Dougy and co.
Future Music Festival has evolved far beyond its dance music roots.
No one does "arena" quite like Coldplay.
Sydney Swans may’ve taken home Saturday’s AFL premiership, but the big winner on Grand Final day was The Temper Trap.
Meat Loaf's atonal performance of his own songs at the 2011 AFL Grand Final had no bearing on this year’s revitalised format, which includes Temper Trap and Paul Kelly.
Following Meat Loaf’s atonal medley of hits at the MCG last year, the AFL have drafted in some world-beating Australian talent for this year’s Grand Final instead.
To wrap-up our run of daily Vivid Sydney content, we thought it fitting to have one final recap of all things Opera House.
The Temper Trap have still got it. In the first of two sold out gigs at the Forum, the Melbourne lads showed their hometown fans why they've risen to enormous successes.
Almost a week into the Vivid Sydney schedule, the big name debut shows keep coming.
Before you hear it on the soundtrack to half a dozen Hollywood films watch The Temper Trap play a studio session of 'Trembling Hands' from their new album.
FasterLouder sat down with lead guitarist Lorenzo Sillitto and bassist Jonathon Aherne to talk about the new album and cracking it in the US.
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