Yuck. Yes that's right. That's what Alpine think about it all. Well, actually, it's just a quirky album name, that fits hand in glove with the indie pop band's particular personality and style.
Local: Two-time ARIA winner Megan Washington has extended her Tangents Tour to include a Canberra date. She will be performing at The Front in Lyneham on September 1. The tour will see Megan perform exclusivley intimate and stripped back sets for her fans for the very first time.
We have one double pass up for grabs to see Death Cab for Cutie
Sean Palmer Josh Pyke fans can rest assured he's put his heart and soul into But For All These Shrinking Hearts, his latest album, out on July 31.
You'll find band Local Horror rehydrating and watching other bands play while they're on tour.
A strong, soulful voice. A foundation in blues and gospel music. In many ways Vika Bull was the perfect choice to play Etta James in At Last: The Story of Etta James, which hits Canberra for the first time next week.
Greg Chamberlain With a bow to the Purple One, Darren Hart has found his inner blues funk.
Watch: Hollywood legend Bill Murray will return to his comedy roots in the new movie Rock The Kasbah set for release in October.
On The Road with Chris McGRath from the Spindrift Saga
Kate Kingsmill Seth Sentry has a problem with small talk. "There's a script that everyone loves following and I don't know the script. It's like a secret code and I'm not privy to it."
Arne Sjostedt A tape Emmy-Lou Harris should never have heard led to her musical collaboration with Rodney Crowell.
Band members? Quang Dinh, Will Lopez, Brendan West, Cameron Potts
Arne Sjostedt The oddly named group may have been born as a side project, but audiences love their sound, especially their subtle songs.
Arne Sjostedt Gold Fields are about to return to performing live after working on remixes and perfecting their sound.
Kate Kingsmill Since the release of his second album, Andy Bull has been coming to terms with the nobility of song writing.
Greg Chamberlain Mojo Juju stretches herself creatively and enlists the talents of a hip hop producer on her new release.
Arne Sjostedt Comedian Lloyd Langford wasn't properly dressed before his phone interview with Fly. That's because there was a fire alarm in his New Zealand hotel.
Arne Sjostedt Jazz band the Bad Plus are committed to avant-garde populism.
Dan Bigna Local punk rock scene in the '80s set the stage for young bands today.
Opinion & Review
Dan Bigna A fringe festival for Canberra would provide an excellent opportunity for a program of good-quality music reflecting the innovative and stimulating art at the periphery of mainstream entertainment.
Dan Bigna When the Beach Boys perform at the Royal Theatre, Canberra, in November, Brian Wilson star of bio-pic Love and Mercy, will not be with them.
Dan Bigna HellosQuare label embraces creative freedom as the ultimate goal.
BERNARD ZUEL A fifth album could be the first No. 1 for the Australian Music Prize winners from the Blue Mountains.
Erika Bacon "It's taken me seven years to get here," Jasmine Rae tells the crowded room, unable to conceal the excitement and joy in her voice.
Dan Bigna The intertwining of music and illumination inform Jordan Chik's art.
Arne Sjostedt It's almost Groovin the Moo time, which is fantastic for anyone who plans to go.
Arne Sjostedt Introduction of drums, electric guitars and the exclusion of their trademark banjo risk losing fans.
CHRIS JOHNSON Fiona Boyes is returning to ACT, her old home to collaborate with her award-winning artist cousin, Jenny.
Erika Bacon A night with comedian Noel Fielding is one to remember.
John Shan This is the first album under Marcus Holden's own name despite a four-decade career.
Dan Bigna There is no better way to revive a pub that came into being in 1857 than to introduce some high-octane, hip-shaking rockabilly to get it all happening.
Dan Bigna The demise of outlets such as Electric Shadows and Smith's Alternative reflects the sad state of Canberra's non-mainstream arts.
MICHAEL DWYER Uniquely Australian songs of land and legend.
Anthony Carew Father John Misty: I LOVE YOU HONEYBEAR (Sub Pop/Inertia) 4 stars
Fly by night
Canberra Comedy Club launched at UniPub on June 26. The event was headlined by Adam Rozenbach. Hosted by Local Comedians Emo Parsonson with supports acts including Chris Ryan, Danny Bensley, Craig Harvey and David Graham.
Ballet Revolucion thrilled the audience with their sensual moves from ballet to street dance.
Mojo Juju Juju thrilled fans with her unique blend of jump/blues/RnB/Soul and Rock'n'Roll
Andy Bull performed at ANU Bar on June 12 and was supported by Cub Sport
Ali McGregor wowed audiences with her operatic voice and her fusion of jazz and pop.
Art of Sleeping rocked a full house at Transit Bar on June 5. They were supported by Melbourne pop band Sunbeam Sound Machine.
Hip-hoppers the Funkoars performed to a full house on Wednesday. The guys were supported by local hip-hop group Semantix
Ross Noble was well received at the Canberra Theatre on April 22.
Noel Fielding invited fans into his psychedelic world at the Canberra Theatre on April 20.
Comedian Ross Noble performed to a soul-out crowd at Canberra Theatre on April 22
Noel Fielding invited fans into his psychedelic world on April 20 at the Canberra Theatre
Tubular Bells at The Street Theatre on April 10.
Scenes from Byron Bay Bluesfest 2015
National Folk Festival was held at EPIC over the Easter break
Darren Hanlon performed at The Front on March 27. He was supported by Burnt Saussages.