Australia’s vivacious French-language chanteuse duo, Baby et Lulu, are proud to introduce their beautifully recorded self titled début and an east coast tour to launch the album. See below…
It was one of those Friday nights where standing in a densely packed area seemed appealing. Yes, Melbourne sure can turn on a cold evening if it get’s its act together. And on this very night, the largely well-attired crowd huddled in a small band room above the Grace Darling’s front bar and dining area [...]
When you look at the lineup for the next big festival, are you one of those people that looks at the first three names and decides based on that?
Ever wondered what Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros and Old Crow Medicine Show get up to when they hang out together travelling the land?
On Friday 10th of August Melbourne’s own Alpine are set to release their bold and twinkling debut album, A is For Alpine.
After blowing the roof off Brisbane in 2011, Sprung Hip Hop festival is back and bursting at the seams with the biggest line up of Aussie hip hop that the country has ever seen!
For the first time, Blur will debut new material live on Twitter when they perform two new songs via a worldwide live video stream at 3.15am Tuesday 3rd July AEST.
OzComicCon is hitting Melbourne this weekend and WATCH OUT FOR is giving away one weekend double pass!
Love is one of those moments where cinema and music cross-over more than they usually do. This time around, it’s the sci-fi epic Love – opening nationally in cinemas on August 30.
Praying For Sunshine is the third brilliant single, lifted from Children Collide’s album Monument, released today to radio and available digitally. Alongside the single is another clever video clip from the band, and several extra tour dates added to satisfy demand.
Currently wowing audiences throughout Europe, a lovely video has surfaced of Angus Stone performing ‘Bird On The Buffalo’ for a radio station in Amsterdam.
Boy is the latest offering from Brisbane’s Emma Louise and, so far, has not only slipped in perfectly as the fitting follow-up single to last year’s spectacularly popular ‘Jungle’, but also the first glimpse into a future full length album.