All this week’s best tunes and the news that came with them.
MGMT rediscover their ability to write catchy hooks on Little Dark Age.
The Melbourne-via-Perth duo are at their best when they get energetic.
The passionate new cut from City Calm Down comes with the announcement of their sophomore record, Echoes In Blue.
The supergroup delivered an outstanding blend of band and solo material across nearly two hours.
One Nation only won a solitary seat in the Queensland Election. But it isn’t all bad news for Hanson’s party.
The Prime Minister has no interest in changing the date of Australia Day.
It’s the first single from the New Zealand band’s forthcoming record, Sex & Food.
An all-Melbourne talent showcase including Cable Ties, Gold Class and Harvey Sutherland.
Jai Paul has officially featured on his first song in five years. When will he make a solo comeback?