Sydney pop-punk trio Stand Atlantic who have today announced their signing to Hopeless Records and released a new song.
After touring Australia over the past three years to sold out houses, The Paris Underground Cabaret is heading to South Australia.
Scott Ian renowned as one of the legendary founding father’s of thrash as co-founder of the ‘Big 4’ legends Anthrax. Now fans can hear and see Scott on stage in an entirely different way.
In exciting news for Muse fans, the UK superstars have just announced their eighth studio album, Simulation Theory, will be released on November 9 through Warner Music.
On the back of their album release, Melbourne-duo No Mono have taken their live show to Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne, Darwin and Alice Springs, as well the Sydney Opera House.
The Fix Ups’ debut self titled album is a genre mashing pop freakout featuring 2000s indie dance floor bangers and new wave synths.
In Yung and Bhad, she teams up with Miami-based rap-duo City Girls (best known for their ‘In My Feelings’ collaboration with Drake).
The prize win will allow the 37 year old Port Adelaide resident (who recently spent time as Alberton Primary School’s Artist in Residence mentoring young artists to find connection to culture through art) to further his own art practice through a mentorship with prolific South Australian Aboriginal artist Damien Shen.
The Art Gallery of South Australia is showing a free exhibition of the works of Chiharu Shiota as part of OzAsia Festival.