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GURRUMUL YUNUPINGU

Photo Gallery: Gurrumul + Caiti Baker - Festival Theatre, Adelaide (05.08.15)

Gurrumul

Gurrumul (pictured) put on a beautiful performance at Adelaide's Festival Theatre last week joined by Caiti Baker and a local choir. Kerrie Geier was there for the AU review and you can view her photo gallery here:

Album News Weekly: 15th July 2015

In This Issue: We're keeping it mellow this week as the winter chills have been setting in all over the country, we have Josh Pyke celebrating his fans, the new one from The Maccabees, and compelling tributes from Gurrumul Yunupingu and WE LOST THE SEA.

Album News Weekly: 21st November 2013.

In This Issue: A big new release from Flume and Chet Faker, an epic live release from Gurrumul and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, EP announcements from Elizabeth Rose and Tuccillo, plus albums dropping from Michael Buble, Cody Simpson, Hello Satellites and heaps more!

BIGSOUND 2013: What you should know and who you should see!

With BIGSOUND gearing up for what is going to be another successful run in 2013, we thought it'd only be beneficial to give you a comprehensive guide of what's set to go down, what we recommend catching and more - no doubt your schedules are already causing headaches from the amount of awesome individuals set to speak and perform.

Jessica Mauboy, Archie Roach and more take out honours at the 2013 National Indigenous Music Awards.

The 2013 National Indigenous Music Awards were held in Darwin over the weekend and saw some of the country's best talent take out the coveted awards for another year. Over 2000 people came together in Darwin for the event, where Indigenous music and culture was celebrated, with live performances and a special tribute to Yothu Yindi remained highlights of the evening.

Boomerang Festival to kick-off in Byron Bay this October!

Bluesfest Director Peter Noble has teamed up with Artistic and Cultural director Rhoda Roberts to create BOOMERANG festival - a brand new festival to celebrate the finest in music, comedy, film, visual arts and, most importantly, the culture of Indigenous Australians.

Digital & Music Matters Conference Day 2 - The Ritz Carlton Millenia, Singapore (22.05.13)

The second day of Digital and Music Matters saw the event move into its music portion, with the highlighted keynote of the day being that of Johnny Wright (pictured), the world famous manager of artists like Justin Timberlake and the Backstreet Boys, among many others. We'll look now at some of the highlights from the day. Remember that you can watch day three (happening as we publish this article) LIVE here - or you can keep an eye on our Twitter stream and the hastag #matterstome.

Photo Gallery: Australia Day Festival of the Voice ft. Ash Grunwald + Gurrumul + Sietta and more! - The Rocks (26.01.13)

The Rocks Australia Day Festival of the Voice: A Celebration of Australian music and song on the edge of Sydney Harbour. Featuring Ash Grunwald, Gurrumul, Sietta, Dubmarine, The Preatures and Battleships. Photography by Pete Dovgan.

The Medics Take Out Top Honours at the National Indigenous Music Awards!

The Medics, the emerging QLD four-piece, have taken out the top gongs at this year's National Indigenous Music Awards, held up in Darwin! As one of the country's freshest and most exciting young bands, The Medics won the prestigious Album of the Year award for their debut record, Footprints. They also took out Song of the Year for their track "Griffin", as well as New Talent of the Year.

National Indigenous Music Awards Finalists Revealed

Pictured: Busby Marou, Jessica Mauboy, Shellie Morris, Gurrumul Yunupingu, Troy Cassar-Daley.

From the Top End to Tasmania, the nation’s most outstanding Indigenous artists have been selected as the finalists in the 2012 National Indigenous Music Awards with the winners announced on August 11.

The State of Affairs – Latest Music Industry News: Friday 25th May 2012

In This Issue: the Lollapalooza Annual Remix Competition, Saskwatch sign to Northside Records, Taylor Swift wins “Woman of the Year” Award, WAMi Festival more speakers announced, Triple J jump on Spotify and Rdio, Gurrumul to appear at Queen’s Jubilee Concert, John Butler legal settlement, ARIA Charts, Triple J Unearthed gets new hosts, British India sign to Mushroom, the APRA Music Awards 2012, Repressed Records move shop, the James Brown video challenge, Jagermeister Charts, Triple J join with NIMAs to unearth Indigenous artists.

The Australian Music Prize (The Amp) announces shortlist for 2011.

The Australian Music Prize (The Amp) has today announced its shortlist of nine albums its judges consider to be the best of 2011. Akin to the Polaris Prize in Canada or the UK's Mercury Prize, the nine albums are in the running for a $30,000 cash prize thanks to PPCA and they are:

ABBE MAY - Design Desire
ADALITA - Adalita
BOY & BEAR - Moonfire
GOTYE - Making Mirrors
GURRUMUL - Rrakala
JACK LADDER & THE DREAMLANDERS - Hurtsville
THE JEZABELS - Prisoner
KIMBRA - Vows
THE MIDDLE EAST - I Want That You Are Always Happy

Zoo Twilights kicks off at the Melbourne Zoo on Saturday!

The Twilights Concert Series is back again – bigger and better than ever! Zoo Twilights 2012 will kick off a series of events as part of Melbourne Zoo's 150th Anniversary Celebrations. The superb line-up of some of Australia's favourite artists amid the magical setting of the Zoo under the stars should not be missed! Whatever your musical tastes, there's something for everyone at Zoo Twilights this summer.

Live Review: Sydney Festival First Night - The Domain and Surrounds (07.01.12)

Sydney Festival is an iconic part of summer in Sydney – the lineup is always highly anticipated, annually delivering a variety of free and ticketed shows that prove to be extremely popular. Sydney Festival First Night is always raved about – it’s free and starts off the festival with a bang. This year was the fifth First Night and it might just have been the best one yet.