Why should Melbourne get all the fun?
Billy Bragg will bring his ‘Ain’t Nobody That Can Sing Like Me’ tour to Australia to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Woody Guthrie’s birth.
Shellac, Antony and the Johnsons, Billy Bragg, Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo head an incredible lineup of music at the Melbourne Festival in October.
The ever-entertaining Jello Biafra brings his spoken word show to the Forum stage as part of the Melbourne Festival
As part of The Melbourne Festival, indie pop royalty Okkervil River performed to a packed Forum Theatre, along with local support act Roller One.
The Toff In Town played host to an intimate showcase of three formidable performers.
Black Dice confuse and delight a Melbourne Festival audience
Mono reprise their Holy Ground performance in a show every bit as brilliant as the original.
In a rare but utterly engaging interview the legendary Jello Biafra gives FL a preview of what is to come when he hits Melbourne next week.
Okkervil River's Will Sheff discusses the band's latest album I Am Very Far, as well as the many perils of press junkets.
At the performance on Saturday night, it was as if the Forum had been built yesterday just for the sole purpose of having mariachi inspired bands play there.
Melbourne International Arts Festival presented The Drones in fine form once again at The Forum Theatre, supported by China's influential post punk band PK 14 and upcoming local rockers The Twerps.
An eclectic cast of musicians, backed by Orchestra Victoria, performed the seven songs they would each leave behind as part of the the Melbourne Festival.