Check out reviews and photos from Warped Tour in Brisbane and Sydney!
As Battleships hit the road to promote their latest single, we bring you reviews and photos from the tour!
We bring you photos, reviews and interviews on the road in Australia with Steel Panther, Buckcherry and Fozzy!
We review Ender's Game, showcase trailers from Spider-Man and 300, give you a brand new short out of the film Gravity, interview AACTA nominees and more.
Join us on culinary adventures in Australia and more...
Vans Warped Tour headed to Canberra's Exhibition Park on Friday where we caught the full line-up. Here's the second part to a rather large three-part gallery. Gwendolyn Lee brings us these photos from the pit at the Off The Wall stage where Atlantis Awaits opened the stage and Parkway Drive headlined.
Vans Warped Tour headed to Canberra's Exhibition Park on Friday where we caught the full line-up. Here's the first part to a rather large three-part gallery. Gwendolyn Lee brings us these photos from the pit at the #NoRegrets Days stage where When Giants Sleep opened the stage and Anarbor headlined along with snaps from throughout the day.
The Lords of Time 2 convention came to Adelaide, bringing many previous stars of Doctor Who. Chad Lofts travelled through time and space to bring you these photos..
It’s 8pm and The Hi-Fi is slowly filling, but nowhere near full. 6ft Hick are the first act billed, and they deliver. The Australian rock/folk/swamp legends have been kicking around the traps for almost twenty years and it shows -they set a high standard for the evening. Ben and Geoff Corbett are spastically dancing, frenetically exchanging screams and shouts.
This debut EP from Castlemaine, Victoria producer and all-round talented guy Oliver Hugh Perry – a.k.a. D.D. Dumbo – is completely captivating from the off. Genre-bouncing between bluesy psychedelic jams, ambient electronica, experimental indie-folk and earthy African rhythms, yet somehow retaining a composed coherence throughout, this five-track, nineteen-minute EP showcases an intriguing and original new Australian talent worth getting excited about.
You should keep your friends close, but your enemies closer. And in this expansion pack for XCOM: Enemy Unknown (2012) that’s certainly the case. The battle between humanity and the alien threat continues, forcing the humans to make desperate choices. Using the enemy’s mechanical and genetic knowledge to cross breed humans into half alien aberrations of machine and monster.
When you name your tour Spreading The Disease and feature some of America’s leading acts to deliver big riffs and big vocals and big hair, you can expect nothing less than a hilariously stellar rock show.
In less than a month now, the legendary The Roots crew will be playing their first run of Australian festival and headline sets since they landed their current role on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. It was heartbreaking when the band announced that they were going to trim down their touring schedule, only occasionally venturing outside of the U.S to give fans their unique brand of critically-acclaimed hip-hop.
Sydney five-piece East of Ely have released their second single "Came Without". It follows the band's first self-produced single "Easy Friend", released earlier in 2013.
"Change" was the theme of the 22nd Tropfest, held on a new date in a new location. Performances from Busby Marou, Illy, Lenka and Tina Arena entertained the tens of thousands of Sydneysiders who ventured out to Centennial Park to watch the 16 finalist films in what is the biggest short film festival in the world. The film Bamboozled went on to win the top prize. Check out photos from the day and the red carpet here:
Steel Panther infected Sydney's Hordern Pavilion on the "Spreading the Disease (S.T.D.) Down Under Tour". Supported by Buckcherry and Fozzy. Photography by Pete Dovgan.
Sunday night’s Whitley gig at Mojos, Fremantle was easily one of the more entertaining gigs I’ve been to this year, and not just for the obvious musical reasons.
Andrew Wade takes us to the Hi-Fi in Brisbane to witness the mighty power of The Melvins with support from HELMET. Check out these photos from last night:
Sydney DJ and producer KLP is emerging as a front runner in the group of fresh Australian artists making an impact on the local scene through 2013. The talented lass will be performing at Field Day in Sydney in the New Year - what better way to kick off a year, right? - and tells the AU some more about it all...
'Claude Monet' is Allday's last single for the year, off his forthcoming debut album expected in early 2014. The Adelaide rapper has had a big year, playing a heap of festivals, supporting Illy on his national tour and releasing more than 10 music videos on his Youtube channel.