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Fans disappointed by Maroon 5 and Travis Scott's Super Bowl halftime show

Fans disappointed by Maroon 5 and Travis Scott's Super Bowl halftime show

Viewers have voiced their disappointment at what many have described as a lacklustre 13-and-a-half-minute performance.

  • by Amy Croffey

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'An indie rock band and a 92-year-old harmonica player walk into a pub...'

'An indie rock band and a 92-year-old harmonica player walk into a pub...'

It sounds like one of those jokes where three blokes of different nationalities go into a pub, but it's a really about raising money for motor neurone research.

  • by Allen Newton
'It drove me crazy': Missy Higgins on media's attempts to 'out' her

'It drove me crazy': Missy Higgins on media's attempts to 'out' her

Shortly after achieving pop stardom at 21, Missy Higgins quit the music industry. Now older and wiser, she is getting her head together and embracing motherhood.

  • by Michael Lallo
'We've actually never been so in-demand': Aqua ride wave of '90s nostalgia

'We've actually never been so in-demand': Aqua ride wave of '90s nostalgia

"It's turned into kitsch, and I'm totally comfortable with that," says Lene Nystrom.

  • by Robert Moran
Connan Mockasin turns to old videos for new direction

Connan Mockasin turns to old videos for new direction

Connan Mockasin has been busy revisiting his past for his latest project.

  • by Anthony Carew
The Johnnys saddle up for a new showdown

The Johnnys saddle up for a new showdown

The Johnnys are back and bringing their unique cow punk to a showdown near you.

  • by Patrick Emery
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Exile in Guyville's Liz Phair returns to Australia after two decades

Exile in Guyville's Liz Phair returns to Australia after two decades

Then and now, Liz Phair finds playing her music ''kind of terrifying'' but exhilarating.

  • by Jo Roberts
'Let that inhibition go': Vocal support drives Pub Choir's success
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'Let that inhibition go': Vocal support drives Pub Choir's success

Astrid Jorgensen believes that, given the chance, everyone can sing and enjoy it and the more people they do it with the more enjoyable it becomes.

  • by Carolyn Webb
Do Re Mi: Men overboard

Do Re Mi: Men overboard

Compromise was never Do-Re-Mi's strong suit. Version 2.0 picks up some truncated business, writes Michael Dwyer.

  • by Michael Dwyer, The Age
Methyl Ethel's Jake Webb is opening up, album by album

Methyl Ethel's Jake Webb is opening up, album by album

With his third album, Jake Webb of Perth band Methyl Ethel is coming to terms with isolation.

  • by Barry Divola
'Cherry Bar will never die': Beloved Melbourne bar has to find a new home

'Cherry Bar will never die': Beloved Melbourne bar has to find a new home

Melbourne's favourite hard rocking, sticky-floored is closing its doors in AC/DC Lane, but it's not the end for Cherry Bar.

  • by Melissa Cunningham