MICHAEL DWYER 4:15pm Rock'n'roll animals Rockdogs will face community radio team the Megahertz for the 2015 Community Cup, which may involve football.
MICHAEL DWYER 3:50pm The Rolling Stones' Victorian choir of choice will open this year's Classical Track Yarra Ranges winter program.
MICHAEL DWYER 3:44pm Noted Melbourne songwriters Laura Jean, Ross McLennan and Evelyn Morris will join the Letter String Quartet's mission to "bring new life to chamber music".
BERNARD ZUEL 5:39pm A decade of groundbreaking electronic music will be marked on the harbour shores.
BARNEY ZWARTZ 3:55pm English tenor Ian Bostridge performs a solo with the MSO in Benjamin Britten's powerful pacifist work War Requiem.
Melbourne International Jazz Festival: Piano maestros Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock sizzle with spontaneity
Reviewed by Jessica Nicholas 1:08pm Two of the most influential pianists in jazz history open this year's Melbourne International Jazz Festival.
BERNARD ZUEL 12:15am We take new releases from Eilen Jewell, Lazy Eye, June Low, Gang Of Youths and Black Cab for a spin.
CRAIG MATHIESON 11:45pm After a breakthrough album, Andy Bull is adjusting to the fact that he’s popular.
11:45pm The Shortlist album reviews, May 29: Jamie xx, Soak, Mark Seymour and the Undertow, the Black Sorrows and Patrick Watson
Bronwyn Thompson 11:45pm From home-grown heroes Daniel Johns and Jebidiah to indie-folk pin-up Bill Callahan, we have your week in music covered.
CRAIG MATHIESON 11:45pm For Jebediah, the time was finally right to look back on a 20-year career
BERNARD ZUEL 11:45pm This time the pop-metal parody comes with heavy-duty quality.
11:45pm The Shortlist top 5 gigs including Brisbane's We All Want To at Northcote Social Club and Underground Lovers at the Gasometer Hotel.
CHRIS JOHNSTON 11:45pm Siouxsie and the Banshees had a soft spot for the Beatles White Album.
Martin Boulton 10:57am Australian music industry stalwart Mark Seymour is intensely proud of the new album he has created with his bandmates, and is eager to perform it.
Greg Chamberlain 11:00pm For Caleb Hodges, the release of his group's debut album represents the culmination of a long journey.
Faizul Khan 11:00pm Incubus' new EP, Trust Fall (Side A), mixes sound from their heyday with electronica influences and dubstep styles.
Faizul Khan 11:00pm Steven Wilson's fourth studio album rates a five-star review.
11:00pm Ali McGregor takes The Street spotlight.
Louise Rugendyke and Elissa Blake From hot ticket John Oliver to music by Mark Ronson and Blur, more movies than you could hope for, plus ice-skating galore, here's your guide to the best Sydney has to offer this winter. Now just get out and enjoy it.
Elissa Blake, Sharne Wolff, Garry Maddox, Sarah Thomas and Louise Rugendyke From the secrets of Mad Men to the art of Radiohead and a night of Hijinks at Madame Tussauds, we have your weekend covered.
Not happy, Noll
Darren Cartwright Angry Anderson is "pissed off" with the NRL for treating him like he's dead after they failed to ask him to sing his sporting anthem We Can't Be Beaten at State Of Origin I.
Protests against Iggy
BERNARD ZUEL Is it timing or racism or talent that has led to a petition attacking the Australian rapper?
Australian singer Grace has received extensive radio play for her track You Don't Own Me.
'He is irreplaceable'
"We've lost a family member, we're still taking it in": Bono mourns the loss of longtime tour manager.
Martin Boulton Cold Chisel to become first Australian band to headline Mount Macedon's Hanging Rock and they're bringing a support cast of Victorian stars.
Rock at the footy
BERNARD ZUEL Rock at the Rock and at the footy for a legendary band.
Reviewed by Michael Dwyer Bill Callahan's's live show was more about mood than revelation.
SARAH THOMAS The much-loved music show - which showed many pop stars in their true colours - is ending after 18 years.
BERNARD ZUEL Avoid the tall poppy syndrome and go where the action is.
Chris Johnston digs into his music collection for a record a week.
Your weekly wrap of music news.
See a gallery of wire images of the first semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna.
Melbourne country singer Jasmine Rae performed at the Canberra Casino on May 15
Drake's dispassionate face after Madonna kissed him during a 2015 Coachella performance has spawned dozens of memes across the internet.
Australian acts AC/DC, Chet Faker, Vance Joy were among the big names performing at California's Coachella music festival at the weekend.
Over four wet days, the world's best blues and rock bands took to the stage for the 2015 Byron Bay Bluesfest.