Supported by the lovely Tegan Wiseman and Hannah Robinson, the ultra talented husband and wife pop/folk duo Microwave Jenny performed at Newtown Social Club in Sydney last night. Belinda Dipalo was there to bring you these photos.
Architects, Stick to Your Guns, Being as an Ocean and Stories played The Hifi in Brisbane over the weekend. Julian Panetta fought it out in the pit to bring you these photos.
Fans turned out in force to see the stars at Oz Comic Con in Adelaide over the weekend, from Doctor Who's Billie Piper to Hercules' Kevin Sorbo and everything in between. Kerrie Geier was there for the AU review.
Andy Bull began his national tour at The Gov in Adelaide. While the weather was wet and cold outside, inside was warm and cosy. Lanks and Cub Sport were great support acts. Our photographer John Goodridge was there to capture a few snaps.
Thundamentals, Baro and I Am D raised the roof at The Zoo in Brisbane last night, Julian Panetta went along to bring you these photos. Check them out here on the AU:
Legendary R&B & Gospel singer Mavis Staples joined forces with Benin's Angelique Kidjo (pictured above) at the Sydney Opera House for an evening of stunning music. Part of the Bluesfest sideshow. Photos by Johnny Au.
Celtic rockers The Rumjacks play at the Rosemount Hotel in Perth. Supporting them were King of The Travellers and Total Waste.
Bringing their unique brand of mariachi music to Australia, Mariachi el Bronx hit the Gov in Adelaide. Melbourne's own The Peep Tempel were support. Our photographer John Goodridge was there to bring you these pictures.
Elliot Oakes captured Band of Skulls on Thursday night, performing alongside Spookyland at the Oxford Art Factory in a special Bluesfest sideshow. Check out the photos here:
It's hard to capture really what SXSW is like without you actually attending yourself. There really is nothing else like it. Just the pure variety of people you meet and things you get to do... there's no equal. I took my camera along to the festival - which ended a couple of weeks ago now - and I thought I'd share a few of those moments with you now, in the hopes that you get a *glimpse* into the madness and the variety...
Reggae legend, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and two time Grammy winner Jimmy Cliff performed his Bluesfest sideshow at the Metro Theatre in Sydney last night, supported by Rebelution. Photos by Johnny Au.
Last night, DJ and Producer Paul Mac celebrated the launch of his new record Holiday From Me - out Friday, April 10th - by throwing a party on a secret train trip in Sydney, taking hundreds of guests from Central Station to Cronulla, where he took over a venue and played his new record in full, featuring guest performances from those featured on the release. Tim from Dappled Cities, Nathan from Faker, Ngaiire, Dave Mason and Brendan Maclean were among those to grace the stage with Paul. Johnny Au brings us photos from the epic night:
Blues legend John Mayall is in the country for Bluesfest. Rhys Herriott went along to his sideshow at the Brisbane Powerhouse to bring you these photos.
Michael Franti introduced his very own yoga and music festival called Soulshine to the Enmore Theatre last night. Combining a yoga session before the concert with acoustic grooves provided by Michael Franti himself, the music portion included artists such as Anabelle Kay, SOJA and of course Michael Franti & Spearhead. All is part of this year's Bluesfest sideshow. Photos by Johnny Au.
Gwendolyn Lee brings us these fantastic photos from Switchfoot and Breakaway at The Hi-Fi in Sydney on Wednesday night. Check them out here: