The following is a list of all entries from the music news category.
It’s amazing what some artists get away with! And Tone Deaf have put together a list for the best of them!
Well, for the first time in ARIA-history, you can! There are four categories open to the public – Most Popular Australian Single, Most Popular Australian Album, Most Popular International Artist and Most Popular Australian Artist.
This time it’s the Laneway Festival. The coolsiest of coolsie festival. The festival kicks off in Auckland at the end of January and treks around to most capital cities.
First Regurgitator announced a comeback, after Quan and Ben trotted around the globe and found themselves both living in the same city again down in Melbourne – and now Jebediah are back as well!!
It’s an interesting line-up coming to us in 2011. There are a lot of familiar names, most of whom have graced the BDO stages in the past. That doesn’t mean there aren’t some gooduns!
As in “I’ve come to eat your…” brains. Turns out there’s been a zombie apocalypse, but Hilltop Hoods are releasing their DVD to accompany the ‘State of the Art’ album anyway!
These guys never cease to amaze with their wonderfully creative multimedia ideas, and now they’ve done it again!
People are being asked to be “Freddie Mercury for a day” this Friday 3rd September. This annual event is held around the artists birthday to help celebrate and remember this phenomenal musician of yesteryear and help raise money in the battle against HIV AIDS that took Mercury’s life back in 1991.
Although it could have a direct effect on music and the music industry – especially the media.
It may be a surprise to some (it certainly was for me) to find out that a couple of members of Electric Horse, who will be performing with The Snowdroppers and Grinspoon at the TuneFM 40th Birthday Party on Saturday 21st August, are actually quite seasoned performers from way back.
Well, nearly. They’ve managed to win the listener-voted BBC Radio 2′s ‘Record of the Week’ with their single ‘The Price’ from their album released late last year Zounds. Hooray!
He’s the voice of Thomas the Tank Engine, and also the drummer for The Beatles, and he’s now 70 years old.
It appears that these heroes of the 90s have been discovered, and they’re in the UK! Plymouth to be exact.
It was fate. They dreamt about each other on the same night after their reintroduction after 14 years of distance. They’ve already lasted through thick and thin – breakups, too much boozing, fan-pashing, rumours and tears… But that’s only the start. After this all-entailing love affair was looking like coming to an end, the dreams returned!
Matt Berninger, singer of The National, has caused an airport evacuation! All because of a bomb-shaped clock. He was taken into custody on suspicion of terrorism.
Apparently Radiohead are only weeks away from completing album #8. According to their news site – http://www.ateaseweb.com/ – they’ve been recording since last winter (our summer) and can almost see the finishing line.
As reported via NME, Gorillaz’ planned opera with Watchmen and V For Vendetta creator Alan Moore has been ditched.
Missy Elliott, Dandy Warhols, Midnight Juggernauts and heaps more are scheduled to play the Parklife Festival around Australia in September and October.
Shock Publishing that is. A surprise announcement through The Music Network yesterday outlined the immediate closing of Shock Publishing at the hands of administrators Lawler Draper Dillion.
This time it’s the Bedroom Philosopher, and he’s doing a parody of his own song!