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A funny tummy can't stop Josh Homme's QOTSA laying down sick groove

A funny tummy can't stop Josh Homme's QOTSA laying down sick groove

Queen of the Stone Age deliver the goods in Josh Homme's home away from home.

  • by Martin Boulton

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The rise and rise of the Cat Empire

The rise and rise of the Cat Empire

An "unconventional" album release is the latest twist in the Cat Empire's unique world.

  • by Michael Dwyer
Breaking through the G Flip way

Breaking through the G Flip way

Musician and producer G Flip doesn't want a day off, she's got music to make.

  • by Craig Mathieson
Mark Lanegan prepares to share stories from 'dark' period

Mark Lanegan prepares to share stories from 'dark' period

Mark Lanegan's memoir comes out in 2020 but this month he's back in Australia with music on his mind.

Amy Shark review: Confident Shark feels right at home in sea of fans
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Amy Shark review: Confident Shark feels right at home in sea of fans

As Amy Shark's career has grown, it’s as if she has too, filling the cavernous room with her personality, voice and the self-deprecating humour

  • by Nathanael Cooper
Globe-trotting Barnett returns to her roots and wows Melbourne crowd
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Globe-trotting Barnett returns to her roots and wows Melbourne crowd

Courtney Barnett’s sound has the kind of fresh-faced appeal of late ’90s indie pop that we never stopped loving.

  • by Hannah Francis
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Amy Shark a tiny package with a lot of bite
Amy Shark

Amy Shark a tiny package with a lot of bite

The ARIA award-winning singer has proven she's the real deal live in concert.

  • by Erin Pearson
Vine's new symphony runs rings around the Planets
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Vine's new symphony runs rings around the Planets

A new work from the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra's composer-in-residence was the highlight of an evening otherwise centred on Holst's The Planets.

  • by Clive O'Connell
Anna Calvi targets old sterotypes on new album

Anna Calvi targets old sterotypes on new album

Anna Calvi is tracking a genderless utopian future on her third album, Hunter.

  • by Michael Dwyer
UK DJ set Rudimental are ready for 'crazy Aussies' in Jindabyne
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UK DJ set Rudimental are ready for 'crazy Aussies' in Jindabyne

Grab your thermal undies and your finest uggs, Rudimental are coming for the Snowtunes Music Festival this weekend.

  • by Serena Coady
Fine American musicians flesh out Beach to Brahms
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Fine American musicians flesh out Beach to Brahms

The Mimir Chamber Music Festival, now in it its 6th year, is a musical treasure.

  • by Clive O'Connell