Sony Music put on a special Australian artist showcase at the Beresford Hotel to celebrate ARIA week. Gang of Youths, Holy Holy, Jackie Onassis, and Little Sea all put on outstanding performances. Enjoy these photos by Ashley Joanna:
A huge benefit to raise funds and awareness for the important anti-fracking cause was held in Sydney, with the likes of Pete Murray, Nahko and more coming together for the brilliant 'Rock the Gate' event. Gwendolyn Lee was there for the AU and brings us these photos!
The stars of Asia was performing at the annual Sundown Festival in Singapore last weekend. Artists include Big Ass, Chang Chen Yue, James Yang, Jeremy Teng, Kanika Kapoor, Kate Tsui (pictured above), Olivia Ong, PUPIL, REGINA, ShiGGa Shay and Shila Amzah. Photos by Johnny Au.
Japanese rock act WEAVER, returns to Singapore with a set at the Sundown Festival. The members of WEAVER have been taking leave from their music careers to study English in the UK. This performance marks WEAVER's return to Asia. Photos by Johnny Au.
Indonesian girl group S.O.S (Sensation of Stage) performed for the first time in Singapore as part of the Sundown Festival. The five members of S.O.S showcased their tracks from their two released EPs. Photos by Johnny Au.
Japanese J-Rock punk rockers Broken Doll hit Australian shores for their first time this past week, and played to an adoring crowd at Ding Dong Lounge in Melbourne on Sunday night. Empat Lima were in support. Tony Proudfoot was there to bring you these snaps.
The 1980's-inspired Japanese punk rock band, Broken Doll, performed in Sydney for the first time at the Factory Theatre in Marrickville. They put on an unbelievable performance along with supporting acts Vanity Riots and Flower Truck. Photos by Ashley Joanna.
Asian K-Pop group CROSS GENE had their fans chanting their names throughout their set at Sundown Festival in Singapore last Saturday. Photos by Johnny Au.
Heart throb K-Pop boy group B1A4 brought the house down with their performance for the KStar FanFest concert last Saturday night in Singapore. See Jinyoung, CNU, Sandeul, Baro and Gongchan bringing their music talents and famous fan service. Photos by Alvin Ho.
Brisbane rockers Violent Soho played to a sold out show at Metropolis Fremantle, putting on a impressive performance. They were joined by Ceres and Flowermouth.
Supported by Mansionair, Broods performed at The Metro Theatre in Sydney last night and Belinda Dipalo was there to being you these photos.
Aussie hip-hop legends Hilltop Hoods brought their Walking Under Stars tour to The Marquee in Brisbane, with support from Thundamentals and K21. Aidan was there for the AU and caught the folllowing shots!
The Smith Street Band absolutely killed it at the Gov. There was a seething sea of people at the sold out show with wicked support acts Apologies, I Have None from the UK and US band The Front Bottoms, with local band The Grenadiers opening the show. Our photographer John Goodridge brings you these photos from the pit.
Playing her first sold out show in Adelaide on Thursday night, Lauren Connelly was there to capture the wonder that is Thelma Plum.
K-Pop girl group Girl's Day performed their Girl's Day Everyday concert as part of the KStar FanFest in Singapore last Friday. In addition to the 10 songs performed, Girl's Day also participated in extensive games with fans and left every Girl's Day fan with a big grin on their face. Photos by Johnny Au.