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There are a lot of rad people with three names. Following in the 'artistic folk with a trio moniker' tradition, Kate Miller-Heidke will not let you down.
This year Byron Bay Blues Festival brought the goods once again, hauling together a crazy-good lineup of acts from the '70s and '80s who proved they were not past their use-by-dates.
Oh lordy. We have just found our musical saviour. An antidote to the ordinary, Ainslie Wills' voice has us utterly captivated.
Epithets sound a lot like the early days of Death Cab For Cutie - unabashed, honest, vibrant guitars and a slightly classical element. Except with Aussie accents. And maybe more glockenspiel.
This is the soundtrack for when you want to escape jail, wrap a scarf around your neck and zoom away into the sunset in a beat-up Chevy.
Your challenge for Tuesday if you choose to accept it: listen to this song and try not to spontaneously lash out into a dance break.
Often when artists release their 'best of' albums, we just nod politely and smile. However, Goldfrapp's recently release album of singles has tickled our fancy.
Garage girls The Fabergettes are a little obsessed by Barbarella and trashy, cult sci-fi films, so you can except a bit of sass and a lot of doo-wop.
We have a new theory: the longer the beard of the musician, the more jaw-droppingly awesome the music.
Love live music? Well it's SLAM Day, so what better excuse to kick back tonight and support a local band? We give you the rundown on how to support live music.
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