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Sticky Fingers off the charts

Zipped up:  Sticky Fingers, possibly the hardest working band in Australia.

Arne Sjostedt 8:00pm With their second album, Land of Pleasure, riding high in the charts, the Sydney group is on the rise writes Arne Sjostedt

Win tickets to We Are The Best

Win tickets to see the new Lukas Moddysson film We Are The Best.

8:00pm This week we have 20 double passes to give away to the movie We Are The Best.

Icehouse's extraordinary musical legacy

Thawing the ice: Iva Davies is working in his Sydney studio to help re-master the whole Icehouse back-catalogue.

Sean Palmer 8:00pm Iva Davies is working to help re-master the whole Icehouse back-catalogue.

On The Road with Kristy Cox

In harmony: Kristy Cox describes her sound as bluegrass with an acoustic country twist.

8:00pm Talking about playing on stage at the Golden Guitars and holding a business degree in business law and marketing.

Breakdancers change their beat

Beat brokers: Red Bull Flying Bach will be performing at Canberra Theatre.

Arne Sjostedt They do it, and they do it well. Clashing together urban and classical art forms, the Flying Steps breakdance crew make the kind of magic that won them four world breakdance championships, only they do it to music from Johan Sebastian Bach.

Win 'One Day' hip-hop tickets

The One Day Crew are coming to Canberra to promote their new album Mainline.

This week we have two double passes to be won to see the One Day crew when they come to Canberra on September 26.

Guitarist Peter Black strums a new tune

A man and his guitar: Peter Black says his music is as gentle as a summer's day.

Peter Krbavac The guitarist in punk band the Hard-Ons found a new musical palette, playing solo with an acoustic guitar.

Slow and steady for the Ellis Collective

No hurry: The Ellis Collective are happy taking their time.

Peter Krbavac The Ellis Collective's 2011 debut was some 15 years in the making and the band has maintained that unhurried approach.

On The Road with Julia Henning

Music machine; Julia Henning with her band.

The singer is whiling away the hours on tour with a thoroughly eclectic mixtape.

Opinion & Review

A petition to get The New Christs to Canberra

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Dan Bigna 8:00pm I have spent too much time privately complaining about how interstate and overseas bands drop Canberra from their touring schedules.

Future Islands - Singles

Electronica with soul: There is the echo of New Order in Future Island's Singles.

Sean Palmer 8:00pm Baltimore's Future Islands has released an intoxicating album.

Woods - White Light and with Love

Woods' new album, White Light and with Love, reveals an enticing psychedelia.

Dan Bigna 8:00pm New York group Woods consistently records albums with little fanfare.

The Chris Harland Blues Band - A Long Time Coming

Chris Harland Blues Band; A Long time Coming.

CHRIS JOHNSON 8:00pm Canberra outfit the Chris Harland Blues Band have released a very classy album that will make you want to keep your CD player button on repeat.

Courtney Love Canberra concert review

Guitar hero: Courtney Love has left an indelible lipstick-smeared mark on her generation.

CHRIS JOHNSON Courtney Love's setlist relived the glory days with Hole, while also dishing out some tasty new tunes writes Chris Johnson.

Tuned In

Venice Beach: Where the music was born

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Kate Kingsmill Venice Beach has a big musical history - from Jim Morrison and The Doors to the slightly less famous Jonathan Richman.

Hilltop Hoods - Walking under the Stars

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Erika Bacon Hilltop Hoods latest album acts as a bridging album from their 2012 release Drinking From The Sun.

La Roux - Trouble in Paradise

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Sean Palmer Although flying solo, Elly Jackson has hung on to the La Roux band name.

The Griswolds - Be Impressive

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Arne Sjostedt The word indie pop gets thrown around reasonably frequently these days and sometimes perhaps a little liberally.

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Live gigs in Canberra this week

The Australian Bee Gees, the great Bob Dylan, the full 360 and Icehouse, baby.

Fly by night

Kate Miller-Heidke at The Canberra Theatre

Kate Miller-Heidke was supported by UK singer Ryan Keen.

Coolio at Transit Bar

Coolio, supported by Canberra locals Jimmy Pike and Suarvess.

Joelistics Album Launch

Joelistics launched his album Blue Volume at Transit Bar on July 19

Semantix EP Launch

Semantix launched their EP Cold Plains at Transit Bar, July 4.

Rufus at ANU Bar

Rufus performed at ANU Bar, June 19

Jason Derulo, May 29

Jason Derulo performing at the Royal Theatre.

Justice Crew at AIS, April 23

Scenes from the Justice Crew concert at the AIS on April 23.

The Billy Bragg concert

Scenes from the Billy Bragg concert at the Canberra Theatre

Birds of Tokyo

Birds of Tokyo performed at UC Refectory on February 13.

Ashley Feraude at The Loft

Ashley Feraude at The Loft. 9th March 2014.

Timomatic at the Multicultural Festival

Timomatic thrilled the crowd at the opening ceremony.

Cat Power

Cat Power plays at the Canberra Street Theatre.

Jessica Mauboy, January 18

Crowds gather to see Jessica Mauboy performing at AIS Arena.

Unknown Landscapes Tour

Unknown Landscapes Tour at Smiths Alternative Bookshop.


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