They seem like such chirpy guys but City Calm Down is a vent for gothic melodrama and subterranean anxiety.
The unlikely friends formed the band two-and-a-half years ago, and released their debut album in November.
What does 2018 have in store for the UK's richest female musician?
Tove Styrke's first Australian shows come on the eve of new album Sway.
The Howling Girls, by composer Damien Ricketson and director Adena Jacobs, creates an arc from claustrophobic dark and convulsion to calm light with a hint of serenity and joy.
Just what prompted Bach to assemble a large-scale Latin mass in the last years of his life is unclear, but part of his thinking seems to have been to create an encyclopaedic musical survey of vocal church music, just as he had done for the keyboard (Clavier-Ubung and Well Tempered Clavier) and concert instruments (the Brandenburg Concertos).
For all the arguments about authenticity that have dogged Lana Del Rey since her 2011 breakthrough, when the self-described "gangster Nancy Sinatra" switched to old-Hollywood gowns and Bond-theme strings (from the T-shirts and conventional pop that had failed her a year earlier), this gig proved she can certainly sing.
Swedish sisters reunite for new First Aid Kit album.
Kylie Minogue's Golden, Cosmo sheldrake's The Much Much How How and I, Eels' The Deconstruction, Murray Perahia's Beethoven Piano Sonatas, Mucho Mambo's Organico and Kat Nash's Yesterday Was Forever
One guitar, one voice. It's a seemingly limited sonic palette but Jose Gonzalez had a few tricks up his sleeve to help him cast a spell in a bewitching and, at times, deeply moving performance.
US federal officials are reviewing complaints that Live Nation has used its control over concert tours to pressure venues into contracting Ticketmaster.
Mighty songs marred by too many performance glitches
However the Love & Basketball star strongly denies any wrongdoing.
Bluetooth speakers are selling like hot cakes.
Bach B Minor Mass, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs. Sydney Opera House March 31
A red sparkly jacket and face like the last 30 years never happened, the 68-year-old remains an energetic mover and a genial host.
The daughter of Yothu Yindi's lead singer is making her own musical way in the world.
The Senegalese singer still has a golden voice, but the concert lacked some lustre.
He showed off hit after hit, with sparkling pyrotechnics that shocked the ear drums every time they went off - like a gun shot. There was glitter.
Rag'n'Bone Man, aka Rory Graham, delivered 90 minutes of soul-baring blues-pop, belting choruses of heartbreak and the occasional murder ballad. Most of the crowd would have happily taken more.
As the second anniversary of the Purple One's unexpected passing approaches, the Prince industry continues to be the bittersweet gift that keeps on giving.
The Irish are renowned for their way with words. But the nation of bardic poetry, James Joyce and W.B. Yeats has proved a latecomer to the wordiest of music genres, hip-hop.
Matthew Stuckings' chamber choir is commemorating Easter with a performance of this major work.
When Karen Hardy inherited a piano accordion she never expected it to become part of the National Folk Festival.
Sticky Carpet: Download Festival's successful Melbourne debut means Sydney too will rock hard in 2019.