Christina Grimmie's death has been officially ruled a homicide.
A new feature-length documentary will explore the life and death of INXS frontman Michael Hutchence.
The Cure ultimately left you delighted, despite it feeling like they'd made you work a little too hard for the privilege.
MUSIC LARS VOGT ★★★★ Great Performers Series Melbourne Recital Centre July 25
The National Capital Orchestra and Canberra Choral Society showed an overwhelming spirit of commitment to the music and to each other as performers that made this concert a great success.
It took three years and a lot of talking, but Newcastle writer and director Josh Wakely finally hooked the biggest name in music for his animation series.
Former Screaming Trees frontman back in the country as part of Splendour In the Grass.
If you have never heard of The 1975, don't be fooled by their name, or their look.
Andrey Gugnin set a high watermark most closely approached by Jianing Kong from China with a sterling reading of Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat.
A guitar owned by British singer-songwriter Eric Clapton has sold at auction for $US45,000 ($60,000) and the proceeds will be used to pay the medical bills of a Texas musician whose wife recently died of leukemia.
The singer from Brooklyn shape-shifts with consummate ease.
The beloved Italian tenor's version of Nessun Dorma is being used by the Trump campaign.
Subcultures – grunge, psychobilly, bodgies, seapunk, afrofuturism – rise and fall. But goths (the subculture not the ancient Germanic tribes) have been putting on pale face and dark eyeliner for almost 40 years.
This twentysomething from Texas doesn't just have the style and the sound, he's got the manner of the smooth soul singers your grandmother used to love.
Twitter has reacted with the customary dismay and disbelief over news that Liam Payne has signed a solo deal with the UK's Capitol Records.
Prophets of Rage, Tim Rogers sings Songs of Love and Loss, Courtney Barnett and Benny Walker.
Are Australia's major arts festivals ignoring contemporary arts from Asia, and dishing up dated, imports from Europe and North America?
Historically, rock 'n' roll has been about challenging authority. The '90s band Third Eye Blind decided to renew that tradition in a big way early Wednesday morning at a convention-related party held, fittingly enough, at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum here.
Fans can now browse through Jeff Buckley's 400-strong record collection and stream in online.
When Lukas Graham gives this interview he is, he says, "luckily for once" speaking from his home. That's because the world has gone crazy for his single 7 Years, so being at home, on his couch, is a rarity.
Everything looks smooth and easy with a soul singer once tagged this generation's Marvin Gaye, but there are ripples across this surface.
Stephen Layton controls a sterling set of musicians who react to each line but do so with one mind. Hearing the Trinity Choir rather spoils you because they operate at such a high, sustained level of excellence.
From Band of Horses, to the Kills and Tegan and Sara, there are plenty of the Splendour in the Grass sideshows to keep you entertained this week.
"It's constant talking to each other, trying to improve, listening to records together,'' according to Brisbane band Halfway.
EG album reviews, July 22: Aaron Neville, Michael Kiwanuka, Sweet Jean, San Lazaro and Trust Punks.