The French-inspired festival is already on its eighth year, yet it still continues to surprise. ‘So Frenchy So Chic’, the one-day celebration of French culture returns in 2019 with – for the first time ever – an all-female musical lineup.
When I lived in London, the first thing someone said to me was “don’t forget to look up.” I took that advice and was well rewarded for it. Some of the most stunning architectural feats and interesting perspectives can only be observed by looking beyond our eye-line
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Australian indie rock band HOLY HOLY is back with a new sound, and a new (must-watch) music video. Directed by Claudia Sangiorgi Dalimore, the music video for HOLY HOLY’s new single, entitled Faces , depicts different people going about their everyday lives, when suddenly, they bust a move in the streets of Brooklyn, New York
Bohemian Rhapsody fails miserably at being an accurate portrayal of the life and times of one of the greatest acts in music history, but absolutely succeeds as a thrilling and heartfelt celebration of Rock ‘n’ Roll.
The release follows two years of unprecedented success for the Sydney electronic-pop trio.
Metallica axe-man Kirk Hammett revealed in a recent interview that if he ever put out a solo album, it would be weird, unique and “would not look like a metal album at all.” Rock ‘n’ roll powerhouse Metallica is in the last stretch of their epic WorldWired Tour right now.
The Sydney-based singer-songwriter will also be performing in festivals with other Australian talents like Daniel March, Lawson Hull, and Atlas Young. After spending two years travelling, writing, and performing across 25 countries, Billy Otto returned home and released a new EP, entitled Born
It’s time for Harry and Megan to move over and make way for true British royalty — the Arctic Monkeys are set to tour Down Under in 2019. The four-date arena tour will take place in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Brisbane across February and March of 2019. The announcement comes after the release of their sixth studio-album, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino , which debuted at number one on the UK album charts.