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Nathaniel Rateliff still driving hard on wild ride

Nathaniel Rateliff still driving hard on wild ride

Nathaniel Rateliff is as busy as ever, making music and trying to balance what he wants and what he needs.

  • by Craig Mathieson

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Lucy Dacus' musical success has also made her an entrepreneur

Lucy Dacus' musical success has also made her an entrepreneur

"It’s definitely weird. I’m the boss of the company Lucy Dacus."

  • by Anthony Carew
The orchestrated return of Basement Jaxx

The orchestrated return of Basement Jaxx

British dance duo Basement Jaxx bring a vastly different mood to their Australian tour.

  • by Andrew Drever
Australian artists win accolades at SxSW music conference in Texas

Australian artists win accolades at SxSW music conference in Texas

Angie McMahon among the big favourites at annual SxSW music festival in Texas.

  • by Martin Boulton
Smith Street Band cancel national tour, frontman further addresses abuse claims

Smith Street Band cancel national tour, frontman further addresses abuse claims

"I am embarrassed that everyone has now seen me at my absolute worst," Wil Wagner wrote in a Facebook post.

  • by Robert Moran
Move on over wigglers, it's soul time

Move on over wigglers, it's soul time

Less touring and more soul grooving keeps Murray Cook on stage these days.

  • by Jo Roberts
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Fleetwood Mac's world keeps turning

Fleetwood Mac's world keeps turning

Neil Finn and Mike Campbell joining Fleetwood Mac makes perfect sense in both musical and dramatic terms, writes Michael Dwyer.

  • by Michael Dwyer
Magic Numbers keep adding to back catalogue despite lower profile

Magic Numbers keep adding to back catalogue despite lower profile

Britian's Magic Numbers return for their first Australian tour in nearly a decade.

Long way to the top up: roadies get $100,000 hardship grant

Long way to the top up: roadies get $100,000 hardship grant

Support Act, a charity that supports music industry workers in financial need, has been given vital state government support.

  • by Adam Carey
We will always love her: celebrating the music of Dolly

We will always love her: celebrating the music of Dolly

It’s a great time to be exploring Dolly Parton’s oeuvre, says Emily Lubitz, of indie-folk band Tinpan Orange, and a group of local musicians is doing just that.

  • by Kate Stanton
Get those horns up, Metallica are coming back
Optus Stadium

Get those horns up, Metallica are coming back

The band will bring their iconic heavy metal to Optus Stadium on October 17, supported by nu metal juggernauts Slipknot.

  • by staff writers