With Mahler's Symphony No. 2 in C minor, Resurrection, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the Sydney Philharmonia choirs can legitimately claim a direct line to the composer.
James Corden aimed for, and mostly hit, the high notes, but Britney Spears strangely chose to mime her way through her own back catalogue.
Seminal rockers Pixies are returning to Australia for a national tour to showcase their soon-to-be released album Head Carrier.
Contracts between music providers and music labels involves the kind of wheeling and dealing you'd expect of Jerry Maguire, but there's reason to care as a Spotify user.
EG album reviews: Cass McCombs, The Veils, Cassius, De La Soul, Georgia Fields
Sticky Carpet: Pray TV's new album, Triple R radiothon, Felix Riebel, Bachelors From Prague and more.
From the feel-good sounds of Arrested Development, soul sounds with Jimmy Barnes and an album anniversary with Deborah Conway, we have your week in live music covered.
When Melbourne electronic duo GL - Graeme Pogson and Ella Thompson - recorded their debut 2014 EP, Love Hexagon, they were barely a band.
He is one of those rare musical success stories: the prodigy who has delivered on their youthful promise.
Kasey Chambers relaxes, Kevin Brady expands, Cat's Eyes get cinematic, Wild Beasts get more direct and Darren Cross is electronic-ish.
Mike Noga grew up hating concept albums. Now, he has created one of his own.
British band Glass Animals have heard some interesting stories over the years – so they're sharing them on their new album.
Legendary singer-songwriter Patti Smith will perform her acclaimed debut album Horses in its entirety at the Byron Bay festival next Easter.
Aside from Childish Gambino and London Grammar, which are headlining exclusively at Falls Festival, other exciting names to be announced (who also happen to be locally grown) are The Avalanches, Matt Corby and The Rubens.
None of the fans at Candlestick Park on August 29, 1966 knew what an historic occasion they were witnessing.
Popular favourites and some ambitious rarities come to Melbourne next year as part of Opera Australia's fresh program.
The heart isn't being ripped apart anymore and the quietly potent companion piece to the just released Endless paints a scene of lives and emotions rebuilding. No wonder these are the most talked about albums right now.
Australian rock bands have taken to Facebook to share their disgust at male fans using the mosh pit to indecently assault female fans during recent gigs.
Nicholas Milton wants people to hear music differently, and hopes the eclectic 2017 season, unveiled this month, will encourage different ways of experiencing music, writes Sally Pryor.
Like his light grey ensemble, Maxwell's songs seem close-fitting and tucked in: familiar with the formula and seamless in execution.
A mislabelled bottle of pills found in the home of the late singer Prince contained the the powerful painkiller fentanyl, US media has reported.
Toots Thielemans, the Belgian jazz harmonica and guitar player who worked with many of the postwar greats, died on Monday aged 94, his agency said.
Barbra Streisand called Apple CEO Tim Cook to personally let him know she wasn't happy with Siri's mangling of her name.
Lou Pearlman died in prison as he served a 25-year sentence for a $US300 million Ponzi Scheme, with mixed tributes after his death.