Daniel Boczarski takes us to the action packed first day of Lollpalooza 2015 in Chicago and brings us photos featuring the likes of Paul McCartney, MisterWives, Glass Animals, Father John Misty, Hot Chip, MS MR, Alabama Shakes, Alt-J, The Weeknd, Broods and more! Check out the gallery here:
Our exclusive photo coverage of Splendour in the Grass comes to an end with the earth-shaking performance from the one and only Blur. Check out photos of the UK legends alongside the likes of modern UK superheroes Royal Blood, Australia's psych kings Tame Impala and many, many more...
All the action from the second full day of action at Splendour in the Grass in Byron Bay - with Florence + The Machine (pictured), The Wombats and many, many more.
English superstars Florence and The Machine performed a special one-off performance at the iconic Mrs Macquarie's Chair overlooking Sydney Harbour for Channel V to promote their latest album "How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful". Photos by Johnny Au.
The Smith Street Band join Brisbane stalwarts The Grates and newcomers DEAFCULT for a "secret" pre-Splendour In The Grass party!
Day Nine of RBC Bluesfest in Ottawa include artists such as The Tragically Hip (pictured above). Also performing were Dropkick Murphys, Canned Heat, Purity Ring and many more. Check out the photos from this fantastic event and stayed tuned for the full review of Ottawa Bluesfest Day Nine's events.
Day Seven of RBC Bluesfest in Ottawa include artists such as Australia's own Keith Urban. Also performing were Paul Oakenfold, Hilotrons, Rory Gardiner and many more. Check out the photos from this fantastic event and stayed tuned for the full review of Ottawa Bluesfest Day Seven's events.
Day Seven of RBC Bluesfest in Ottawa include artists such as The Gaslight Anthem, Run The Jewels, CHVRCHES, G.GRAND, Hedley and many more. Check out the photos from this fantastic event and stayed tuned for the full review of Ottawa Bluesfest Day Seven's events.
Tex Perkins has been front man for The Cruel Sea and pub rock band The Beasts of Bourbon. This time he has bought his band The Dark Horses to Adelaide for the Cabaret Festival. Our photographer John Goodridge was there to capture a few snaps.
While Thursday at Music Matters in Singapore belonged to the Koreans and Friday to the Australians, on Saturday, it was Taiwan's turn, with the event Bravo Taiwan showcasing three fantastic acts from the country: ECHO, IO and MJ116. Johnny Au was there and brings us these photos from the epic night!