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Food & Lifestyle Weekly - Mother’s Day Special 2014

Your mum is a special person and she deserves to be celebrated. Sometimes though, it can be hard to pick the right way to celebrate her. We’ve compiled a list of delicious dining experiences that are sure to impress, as well as a couple of unique gift ideas and some recipes just in case you want to give her mother’s day meal a personal touch.

Festival Review: Byron Bluesfest (Day Three) - Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm (19.04.14)

Day Three. The halfway point. A chicken wrap and a chorizo stick down and I’m ready to go again, dropping by the Crossroads stage, where Lime Cordiale are already in the midst of their Saturday Bluesfest set. The Sydneysiders, who I’d last seen play in Austin, have only gotten better over the last few years and seeing them on a stage this big was a great way to open the day.

Byron Bay Bluefest Photo Gallery: John Butler Trio - Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm (19.04.14)

Byron Bay Bluesfest favourites John Butler Trio packed out the Mojo Stage for their set tonight. Photos by Johnny Au.

Byron Bay Bluesfest Photo Gallery: Dave Matthews Band - Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm (19.04.14)

Dave Matthews Band returns to Byron Bay Bluesfest and headlines Day 3 of the festival. An incredible set left many to wonder if that was the best show Dave Matthews Band has ever performed in Australia. Photos by Johnny Au.

Five highlights from Day 1 of Deni Blues and Roots Festival (19.04.14)

From Grace Potter to Dr. John and Elvis Costello, Byron Bay isn't the only place to see the legends and finest up-and-coming artists this weekend. The Deni Blues and Roots Festival is happening in Deniliquin, NSW, near the Victorian Border. Our writer Lachlan Mitchell is there and brings us these five highlights from his first day:

Byron Bluesfest brings the big guns in Jeff Beck and the Dave Matthews Band for third day of music!

The surprises kept on coming for the 25th anniversary of the annual Byron Bluesfest tonight, with guest appearances, surprise busking sets and more carrying on throughout the day.

The State of Affairs: Latest Music Industry News - 19 March 2014

In This Issue: Sheppard top the ARIA charts, Chugg adds a trophy to his cabinet and APRA/AMCOS begin their hunt for song of the year...

Album Review: Pixies - Indie Cindy (2014 LP)

A lot has happened since the Pixies last released an album. Kurt Cobain died. The Berlin Wall came down. A prince was born but the People’s Princess and the King of Pop passed. Kids traded in their cassettes for iPods and Apple Inc. became a force to be reckoned with. North Korea made several (mind you, fruitless) threats of mass destruction and Australia finally said sorry. Contrary to what their devoted fans would like to believe, the Pixies have also suffered from the inevitable effects of time and this is eminently apparent on Indie Cindy, their first album since 1991’s Trompe Le Monde.

Live Review: Jake Bugg + The Creases + The Growl - Palace Theatre, Melbourne (16.04.14)

Jake Bugg drew an impressive crowd for his first of two weeknight shows on his second visit to Australia. Frequently labelled as the next Bob Dylan, Bugg has quickly harnessed a cult following for his music that fuses folk with modern rock influences, recently earning him a Brit Award nomination for Best Male Solo Artist.

Photo Gallery: Jake Bugg + The Creases + The Growl - Palace Theatre (17.04.14)

UK artist Jake Bugg, The Creases, and The Growl put on an excellent concert at Melbourne's Palace Theatre, with all three acts ensuring fans walked away completely satisfied. Perri Cassie was in attendance and brings you these images, snapped for the AU.

Live Review: Bluejuice + Pluto Jonze - Rock Lily, Sydney (17.04.14)

Sydney’s Bluejuice are a truly unparalleled outfit: they’ve created a unique style of music, and completely owned it. Even in a relatively unconventional venue, The Star’s Rock Lily, Bluejuice brought the party to Good Friday Eve with their enthusiasm and extreme talent.

Photo Gallery: Morcheeba + Chali 2na - Metro Theatre (18.04.14)

The quite brilliant line-up of Morcheeba and Jurassic 5's Chali 2na took to the small stage at Sydney's Metro Theatre for a crowd-pleasing show. Evelyn Tjia was on hand to bring you these images snapped for the AU.

VideAU Games News Byte: EB Games Expo 2014 Announces Dates and Publishers

Continuing it's prominence within the Australian gaming community, the massive EB Expo is set to return to Sydney Olympic Park over the weekend of October 3-5. All major Australian gaming publishers have confirmed their attendance.

Cooking with the AU: Gourmet Garden's Baked Snapper with Chilli and Ginger

Chances are you already have a couple of packets of Gourmet Garden Lightly Dried herbs and spices on hand. These products are simple and convenient ways to capture the flavour of herbs without sacrificing any of that freshness that comes with chopping the herbs yourself. To showcase the authenticity of Gourmet Garden Lightly Dried herbs, the AU have been permitted to publish some of their incredibly tempting recipes.

Live Review: Morcheeba + Chali 2na - The Metro Theatre, Sydney (17.04.14)

Morcheeba are one of those bands who claimed their success in the 90's, making a name for themselves all over Europe. Most folk would remember them from their hit single 'Rome Wasn't Built in a Day' which albeit a sweet tune, does not holistically represent their fusion sound. Blending elements of trip-hop, rock and electronica amongst other things, vocalist Skye Edwards and brothers Paul and Ross Godfrey pulled off a chilled eclectic set to ring in the long weekend, supported by Chali 2na, member of hip hop groups Jurassic 5 and Ozomatli.