Groovin’ the Moo is the latest in a long line of Australian music festivals to be cancelled. It is the new normal in our age of ‘deep uncertainty’.
Delta’s music defined the lives of teenage girls like me – but she is still waiting to join the hall of fame.
Our new Music and Games 2023 Benchmark aims to establish the scope and scale of Australia’s game music sector.
The Calling, the Hilltop Hoods’ third album, would be their first to reach mainstream success.
You’re the Voice reinforces the view that supporting the Voice to Parliament is an act of national reconciliation we can take together.
A new survey found sexual violence disempowers female music workers, deters non-binary communities from working in the industry, and discourages punters from going to gigs.
Australian radio pays between just 10 and 27% of the commercial rates paid elsewhere in the world – artists here are being considerably underpaid.
Recent coments by ARIA CEO Annabelle Herd reveal a jarring discrepancy between our support for Australian musicians and our actual listening and spending habits.
A sustained dialogue about abuse in the Australian music industry is necessary for change.
Australian feminist indie-rock outfit Camp Cope have been leaders at a critical juncture for gender equality in the music industry.
Renée Geyer, Australian jazz and soul singer, has died aged 69.
It has become an Aboriginal campfire classic. Kids in American inner-city public schools sing it in choir. Chris Gibson unpacks the mystery and enduring appeal of The Church’s Under the Milky Way.
There was something about her voice, her way with a song. But there were lessons to be learned from her music, too.
Olivia Newton-John leaves a legacy as a sweet girl-next-door type with a sublime voice, who embraced the country that claimed her as its own.
Judith Durham was lead singer of The Seekers and a solo artist. One of Australia’s most recognisable voices, she has passed away at 79.
Australia is seen as a country that does not value musicians the way they are valued elsewhere in the world.
John Willsteed talks to Ed Kuepper, Peter Milton Walsh and Kenny Gormley about the man who would change Brisbane music forever.
50% of Wiggles merchandise sales are attributed to Emma alone. Here’s what she meant to audiences – and what happens next.
Perth band The Triffids were indie pioneers, and their charismatic vocalist David McComb, who died at 36, wrote lyrics imbued with the Western Australian landscape. A new film charts his story.
From legendary punk band The Saints to a current tour with drummer Jim White, Ed Kuepper has been making music for almost 50 years.