A 'Civilised Gathering'; Beth Gibbons, Wayne Coyne, Werribee Mansion. What could go wrong?
The nominees for the Independent Music Awards 'Breakthrough Of The Year' tell FL all about their nervous first gigs.
Peats Ridge has established itself as one of Australia’s leading New Year’s festivals and will bring in 2012 with a midnight set from Gotye.
Ladies and gentlemen... the Harvest Festival lineup featuring The Flaming Lips and Portishead, The National, Bright Eyes and heaps more goodness.
If you can think of a better way to spend a Thursday night, I’d like to hear it.
Cut Copy return to their hometown of Melbourne for their first show in three years, to play a visually and aurally mesmerising set at The Palace, with The Holidays in support.
Maitland reprised its role as the NSW location for the 7th annual festival, where the young and old turned out to enjoy a bevy of local and international acts for an all around Groovin' good time.
Candy-coated high-rollers The Holidays swung into Transit on Saturday for a night of shake, rattle and roll.
The Splendour 2011 lineup is finally here!
On the back of their acclaimed 2010 long-player Post Paradise they recently picked up the AMP’s Red Bull Award for Best Debut Release and were nominated as finalists for the esteemed Australian Music Prize. Having just returned from a string of dates i
Cut Copy will take to the road in May to show off their dazzling third album ‘Zonoscope’
Let’s face it, any indie, hipster child worth their wingback ray bans, Dave Hosking moustache, bright red lipstick, brimmed hats and ankle socks, was at Laneway.