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P!NK barely breaks a sweat in athletic stadium spectacular

P!NK barely breaks a sweat in athletic stadium spectacular

The singer's epic show includes a surprise appearance from her seven-year-old daughter.

  • by Michael Harry

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Monastic journey paves way for unique collaboration
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Monastic journey paves way for unique collaboration

In 1253, a French monk set out on a perilous journey into the unknown.

  • by Joyce Morgan
Australian Youth Orchestra review: attention to detail pays off
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Australian Youth Orchestra review: attention to detail pays off

There were rewards in close listening to a program that included Britten, Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky

  • by Peter McCallum
James Bay: What I know about women
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James Bay: What I know about women

James Bay chats on his career and the women who have influenced him throughout.

  • by Jane Rocca
Camp Cope on speaking out and beating the backlash: "We're not being quiet – that's what they want"

Camp Cope on speaking out and beating the backlash: "We're not being quiet – that's what they want"

The Camp Cope method of tackling gender inequality is to agitate. And contrary to the title of the Melbourne punk trio's second album, How to Socialise and Make Friends, they're not making music to be liked.

  • by Jenny Valentish
Slim Dusty becomes first artist to hit 1,000 weeks on ARIA charts
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Slim Dusty becomes first artist to hit 1,000 weeks on ARIA charts

The music icon passed away nearly 15 years ago.

  • by Bart Lewis
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Tina Harrod review: Ingenious arrangements inspire wonder

Tina Harrod review: Ingenious arrangements inspire wonder

Tina Harrod's collaboration with composer Stu Hunter has proved especially fruitful for both parties

  • by John Shand
Kendrick Lamar review: Pulitzer-winning rapper goes full pop superstar
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Kendrick Lamar review: Pulitzer-winning rapper goes full pop superstar

The chart-topping artist held a 13,000-strong crowd at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena in the palm of his hand.

  • by Patrick Hatch
Listen: The day the music died
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Listen: The day the music died

Life hits a low note when your favourite band hasn't joined a music streaming service.

  • by Evan Williams
Wandering LA with the Dirty Projectors' David Longstreth

Wandering LA with the Dirty Projectors' David Longstreth

Walking around LA, the Dirty Projectors' David Longstreth gets his story straight as he gives his first interview about his new album.

  • by Barry Divola
Queensland rodeo cancels Shannon Noll show after singer abused fan
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Queensland rodeo cancels Shannon Noll show after singer abused fan

The cancellation comes less than a week after Noll's foul-mouthed rant was caught on camera.

  • by Thomas Morgan