Who cares about the mud on a day when you get a dueling set from Jack White and the return of At The Drive-In?
All the bands that are visiting Byron Bay for Splendour In The Grass 2012.
The long-awaited return of Texas post-rockers Explosions in the Sky thrills a sold out Sydney crowd.
Guitarist Munaf Ryani talks FL through the bands latest album and how to remain friends with your bandmates after 12 years together.
Meredith Music Festival is turning 21 this year, and Aunty has organised quite the party to celebrate.
All Tomorrow's Parties, the fan's festival of music festivals, celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2009. Departing from its traditional approach of naming a curator, ATP instead invited its past curators and guests for a weekend of looking back at
After four albums and an abandoned effort to tour Australia several years ago, their first Melbourne show sold out with a minimum of advertising.
Texan shoegazers rip the roof off Manning Bar with their aural assault on Sydney.
Three top acts tear up a sweltering Zoo on Valetines Day.
If you needed one more reason to get along to one of the Explosions in the Sky gigs this week let me remind you Portland Oregon native, Matthew Cooper AKA Eluvium will be joining the Explosions as support and is certain to deliver a killer set.
For a man whose band has recently graced the stage with 90s alternative gods The Smashing Pumpkins, travelled to most corners of Earth and been asked to curate the UK's All Tomorrow's Parties Festival, guitarist Munaf Rayani is disarmingly humble.
Portland based singer songwriter Mathew Cooper aka Eluvium will be flying downunder this summer to join forces with indie wunderkinds' Explosions in the Sky for a series of tour dates.