On their fifth album Dust And Dirt, The Black Seeds have reclaimed their position as purveyors of fine deep grooves with their most relaxed and natural sounding album to date.
With snow falling thick and fast in Perisher, now’s the time to get your tickets for the Snowy Mountains of Music Festival
New Zealand's eight-piece The Black Seeds brought their unique reggae sound to Brisbane at The Zoo
The Splendour 2011 lineup is finally here!
The annual reggae festival Raggamuffin again welcomes a member of the Marley clan to the line up - plus a headline set from Mary J Blige.
FL headed down to Phillip Island to welcome in the New Year at Pyramid Rock Festival, joining Mammal, The Living End and Karnivool for the first day of insanity
Australia's favourite festival is back with a bag full of muiscal gems to make your March everything it should be in 2009.
Despite some raining on the parade, Sounds Of Spring turned out to be the scrappy little festival that could, thanks to sets from some of Australia's best live bands.
I arrived at the Metro to a line-up made up of all types and sub-cultures - I was about to be given another lesson in New Zealand's reggae revolution.
There's something about the warm weather and reggae that goes together so well, so tonight's gig was more than welcomed by the party hard Melbourne crowd.
Back in Sydney and playing at the Gaelic tonight, The Black Seeds proved why some of the best and most renowned dub, funk and grooving beats originate from New Zealand.
Daniel Weetman of The Black Seeds talks touring, the new album and what's in store for the three special shows on their upcoming Aussie tour.
New Zealand oufit The Black Seeds will emerge from their dojo to deliver a headline tour of the East Coast this February/ March.
The Black Seeds, who have been doing big things in their native New Zealand with the successful release of their most recent album to date, "Into the Dojo", which debuted at number 1 in the NZ album charts, bring their unique show to Brisbane.