Today, the 2015 APRA Music Award nominees were announced, with some Australian songwriters emerging as particular hot contenders, nabbing multiple nominations. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the likes of Sia and 5 Seconds of Summer jumped off the page, both with three nominations to their name, while the Brisbane pop juggernaut that has become Sheppard lead the pack at four nom's.
All the way from Hobart Unibar in Tasmania, Matt Green captures 360 in action, supported by Hopsin, PEZ, Miracle and Lunar C.
While they may have brought along Kylie tonight, take a look at who glimpsed the red carpet at the 50th Max Sessions featuring Coldplay last night in Sydney, including 360, Molly Meldrum, Katie Ritchie and many more...
He'll be representing Aussie Hip Hop in a big way at next month's Big Day Out festival, so we took some time out to chat to the man known as Pez to talk about the BDO, his recent appearance at the Queenscliff Festival and much more... read on!
Channel [V] has announced its list of nominees for the revered [V] Oz Artist Award! 50 nominees representative of the cream of the Australian music crop have been chosen for the award, which is now in its 17th year. The list of artists celebrates the wide and diverse nature of the Australian music industry at the minute and is indicative of just how fruitful 2013 has been for our well-established, as well as our up and comers. Announced on The Riff, the nominees for the Oz Artist Award are listed below.
The Queenscliff Music Festival has revealed its second line-up announcement with the likes of San Cisco, PEZ, Dallas Frasca, Baby Et Lulu, The Ray Mann Three and loads more acts to join the already bulging line-up.
Rolling Stone are giving you the opportunity to fully get amongst everything that has made the magazine the iconic and popular publication and brand that it is, with the announcement of the Rolling Stone Live Lodge - a pop bar stationed in the heart of Sydney, set to feature performances, awesome parties and more for three weeks.
Daniel Bolt brings us the second half of photos from Groovin' The Moo in Canberra, ft. Flume, The Temper Trap (pictured), They Might Be Giants, The Kooks, Tame Impala, Pez and Frightened Rabbit.
The first Groovin’ the Moo of the year was given the most perfect day for a festival. Big blue skies, a bright shining sun, and not a cloud in sight met Groovers who showed up to the Maitland Showground on Saturday April 27th. The sold out Maitland leg of the festival preceded the Canberra show on Sunday, a big weekend for artist and festival organizers alike.
The AU Review's Groovin The Moo Maitland photo coverage continues with Yacht (pictured above), Regurgitator, Pez, They Might Be Giants, Midnight Juggernauts and Tame Impala. Photos by Johnny Au
Larry Heath chatted to Melbourne rapper PEZ just a couple of hours before he hit the stage in Sydney yesterday for his "Back in the Game" tour. Here is the video in two parts!
Last Saturday saw some of the worlds' tastiest bands play for the under-18 festival "Live it Up" at Brisbane's RNA Showgrounds - such as The Amity Affliction and The Getaway Plan and many more!. Happy vibes all 'round despite the in-climate weather. Jacob Schneider shot these photos with a grin ear to ear the whole day.
When you’re a student who lives at Uni and whose few ventures into the outside world tend to be going out after dark it’s very easy to forget that there are underagers in the world. But in reality it was only a couple of years ago that I was eagerly counting down the days till I turned 18 so I could finally get out to gigs. And so with that in mind I really do appreciate concerts with an underage focus such as Live It Up Music Festival.
Everybody’s selling out in this week’s tour update, and not in the bad way either, with Vance Joy, Tool, They Might Be Giants and Aerosmith all having sell out shows, and with a heap of bands adding extra shows due to the dutiful screams of their fans.
Vance Joy to play third Northcote Social Club this month!
After selling out two shows at Northcote Social Club, Vance Joy is caving in to demand again and playing a third and final show at the venue on April 28.
Pez will be back on the road and performing for the masses this year, three years after his last headline run around the country. His 2009 tour saw him supported by some up and coming lads by the name of 360 and Seth Sentry, two examples of Pez's enduring impact on the Australian hip-hop scene. Pez's "Back In the Game" tour will run for 21 dates, giving his fans the opportunity to see what Pez has been working solidly on to feature on his long-awaited sophomore record, The Game.