Though it makes for dense reading in places, the attention to detail will delight those in or closely connected to music journalism.
Seeing these performances was an empowering reminder that women in their 50s are still out there, oozing with vibrant creativity, worthiness and relevance.
Zulu spirituality and the legacy of the ancestors, personal and musical, are the concerns of the saxophonist and composer.
In this new Australian work, sound, image and physical body are decoupled, and gradually splintered like the many facets of our online presence.
The album Follow the Sun shows how South African jazz draws from diversity to speak fluidly across borders.
From legendary punk band The Saints to a current tour with drummer Jim White, Ed Kuepper has been making music for almost 50 years.
A series of four live-streamed concerts from Arnhem Land offers a welcome break from bad news and a way for Indigenous musicians to share their talents with the world.
XXX Neon Sign – a piano work about working in a Brisbane porn shop – is a new work of ‘composed theatre’, where the performer and the performance are inextricably linked.
An Australian Chamber Orchestra concert features works by Jonny Greenwood, Sufjan Stevens and The Nationals’ Bryce Dessner, along with those of modern Polish composers.