Greg Lake, the singer and bass player for British 1970s progressive rock groups Emerson, Lake and Palmer, and King Crimson, has died of cancer, his former manager said on Thursday.
Album reviews: Big Smoke, John Cale, Luke Temple, Wayne Hancock and Lower Plenty.
Sticky Carpet: Young Thug joins 2017 Laneway Festival, Boogie line-up revealed, Cold Chisel's almighty Manly Vale live tapes released and more.
Ali Barter is making up for lost time as her first album heads for the finish line.
After making other people sound good on more than 600 albums, Steve Gadd is leading his own band.
The premiere of Elena Kats-Chernin's Singing Trees gives eminence to the ACO's top-quality voices.
The first half was sometimes shaky, Micky Dolenz wobbling through the melodic challenges of Saturday's Child, while Porpoise Song presaged a trippier Act Two, taken up a notch by the five-piece band.
An artist who didn't want to design album covers has won awards for his work on one of 2016's best Australian records.
Craig Robinson, the US actor and comic, is finally going to make it to Australia with his band the Nasty Delicious.
Coldplay's longevity and staggering success has a lot to do with the incurable positivity and woolly philosophising of Chris Martin.
This program of works by Haydn and CPE Bach is full of dramatic intensity.
If proof was needed he could write a classic song any time he wanted to, Ryan Adams created one on the spot, sliced, cooked and ready to eat.
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Beyoncé is now the most-nominated female artist in Grammy award history.
On September 12, 1966, the first ever episode of a sitcom about four madcap, mop-haired characters trying to make it in the music industry aired on US television.
When London-based producer Throwing Shade, aka Nabihah Iqbal, plays at Meredith Music Festival this weekend, it won't be your standard DJ set.
It's this band, pared back to the basics, that makes one wonder how they turned into the powerhouse they are today – perhaps the last true stadium band to emerge before the increasing fragmentation of the music industry.
Buzz Aldrin is being cared for in Christchurch hospital by one Dr David Bowie. In the words of Aldrin publicist: "You can't make this stuff up."
To mangle a line from a Smiths classic: Adelaide, Melbourne and Newcastle take a bow.
Angel Olsen's voice is potent, her songs well written and her band solid. But something fell flat at the Sydney Opera House Studio.
Sticky Fingers frontman Dylan Frost has revealed his struggle with alcohol addiction and bipolar schizophrenia in the wake of the allegations.
Bob Dylan, who last month said he would not attend the Nobel Prize ceremonies in Stockholm because of "pre-existing commitments," has delivered a speech that will be read on his behalf, the organisation behind the awards said Monday.
Sure, Garbage still can't sell out this particular room and they've switched things around a bit in terms of presentation, but at their best they remain a mesmerising, often pulverising proposition.
Daddy Cool bass player Wayne Duncan dies, aged 72.
Two staples on the festival circuit have been acquired by a music industry behemoth with repercussions likely across the local music industry.