Triple J’s Hottest 100 is one of the most anticipated countdowns of each year. It tends to have something for everyone – representing the year in music. 2011’s Hottest 100 was, of course, no exception and features a variety of songs from a vast range of genres and artists/bands. The annual two disc CD release, Triple J’s Hottest 100 Vol. 19 is a 41 track compilation, featuring a selection of the songs that made the top 100 – and a stellar compilation at that.
Seeker Lover Keeper tour rolled into Melbourne for two sold out shows at St Michael's. Non-Saint Michael Christian went along for confessional and to also take some photos of the trio and their support act, Mr. Henry Wagons.
Heavenly Sounds is a new initiative to place beautiful contemporary music in Churches and Cathedrals around Australia. In its first effort, the organisers sent Seeker Lover Keeper and special guests on a tour of 12 such venues around the country, selling out every show along the way. Tonight we found ourselves a third of the way through the journey, with the second and final performance at Sydney's St. Stephen's Uniting Church on Macquarie Street.
The hugely successful national run of Tim and Neil Finn tribute concerts - They Will Have Their Way - continued last night with a sold out show at the Sydney Opera House, the first of three at the venue.
Heavenly Sounds is thrilled to announce the overwhelming response to their first foray into beautiful and historic churches and cathedrals.
SEEKER LOVER KEEPER, the hugely successful collaboration between Sarah Blasko, Sally Seltmann and Holly Throsby, returns to centre stage for a final series of intimate shows as part of the new HEAVENLY SOUNDS national tour this summer.
Live music is back on your telly with the return of a huge 12 week concert series: triple j presents
Every Tuesday on ABC2, triple j presents will give you front row seats to some of the hottest gigs in town. The series kicks off tonight with Cut Copy taking their synths and strobes to the massive Sydney Opera House Concert Hall.
We saw some amazing local and interntional talent hit the stages of Splendour in the Grass on Saturday. In the first batch of photos we take a look at local heroes Architecture in Helsinki, Seeker Lover Keeper, Sparkadia and The Jezabels alongside international guests Cut Off Your Hands, Dananananaykroyd, Fitz and the Tantrums, Regina Spektor and the one and only Jane's Addiction.
Well, it’s that time of year again, when we stop and reflect on album releases over the last six months. In order to do this, we asked the AU review contributors to submit their votes on what they thought to be their favourite albums of 2011 and why...
If you’re frantically looking for your favourite album and it didn’t make the cut; never fear. There’s always the chance that it might appear in our end-of-year Top 40 Albums of 2011 list. Stay tuned!