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Britain's drug testing charity is ready to roll out in Australia

Britain's drug testing charity is ready to roll out in Australia

A UK organisation has been training Australian medical professionals to run pill testing at local music festivals.

  • by Latika Bourke

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Alone in the studio in 1983, Prince is revealed

Alone in the studio in 1983, Prince is revealed

Even when he played alone, Prince thought like a full band.

  • by Jon Pareles
George to Charlotte: name change has fans raving
Music reviews

George to Charlotte: name change has fans raving

Techo DJ Charlotte de Witte brings her beats to the party.

  • by Annabel Ross
Ozzy Osbourne to headline 2019 Download festival
Music festivals

Ozzy Osbourne to headline 2019 Download festival

The rocker will headline next year's festival in Sydney and Melbourne.

  • by Martin Boulton
Question mark hovers over 'tragic' music festival deaths
Live music

Question mark hovers over 'tragic' music festival deaths

"These are healthy young people and these are lives that should never be lost." 

  • by Broede Carmody
Unknown Mortal Orchestra's frontman gets down and dirty

Unknown Mortal Orchestra's frontman gets down and dirty

As the lights go down, Unknown Mortal Orchestra main man Ruban Nielson ambles on stage in cap, cagoule and trainers, as if he's just come in from a footy training session at the local park.

  • by Matt Teffer
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Australian Chamber Orchestra review: An expressive journey through loss, desire

Australian Chamber Orchestra review: An expressive journey through loss, desire

This program, curated by ACO cellist Timo-Veikko Valve, was built around a series of cogent musical, and cultural themes expressing loss and desire that resonated across centuries.

  • by Peter McCallum
The story of ‘Baby Shark’: How toddlers around the world made a K-pop earworm go viral
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The story of ‘Baby Shark’: How toddlers around the world made a K-pop earworm go viral

Parents of children under four know exactly what this is about. For everyone else, welcome to the inescapable cultural phenomenon that is 'Baby Shark'.

  • by Caitlin Gibson
Musician Moby on life, and growing up with a single mother
Sex & relationships

Musician Moby on life, and growing up with a single mother

Musician Moby talks on his career and then women that have influenced him.

  • by Jane Rocca
B Wise shaped by the 'burbs, built for musician's life

B Wise shaped by the 'burbs, built for musician's life

For B Wise, aka James Iheakanwa, the path to recognition was a matter of cultural give and take, writes Craig Mathieson.

  • by Craig Mathieson
'It's a fun party song': Fatman Scoop defends Scott Morrison's online video
Scott Morrison

'It's a fun party song': Fatman Scoop defends Scott Morrison's online video

The 11-second video might have puzzled Australians but it's won Scott Morrison one very high-profile endorsement.

  • by Latika Bourke