A proposal to name a laneway in honour of late beloved musician Richard Lane, a founding member of acclaimed garage rock band The Stems, is being considered by the Fremantle council.
Cult Australian music icon Nick Cave has called out cancel culture, saying political correctness has grown to be the ‘unhappiest religion in the world’.
Soprano Pia Harris launches Swan Songs’ Spring Festival at Christ Church, Claremont, with a ‘love serenade’
Harry Styles has claimed his first solo number one song with Watermelon Sugar, taking the title from his ex Taylor Swift.
A work inspired by a First Nations story from WA’s Kimberley region is a highlight of the Australian String Quartet’s online season, ASQ Live at UKARIA.
The cream of the WA music crop will head down Brookton Highway for a four-day music and camping festival.
They have had a massive influence on pop culture, giving us some of the best songs of all time. Here’s our countdown of the top 20 girl band songs and the chance to vote for your favourite group.
As The Masked Singer judge prepares to return to TV screens, Dannii Minogue says she’s “in total denial” over the anniversary that snuck up on her during coronavirus.
Cat Hope, Linda May Han Oh, James Ledger and WASO among West Aussies battling for 2020 gongs
Freeze Frame Opera gives a glimpse of the joys coronavirus has eclipsed with Truck-o-rama, The European Tour.
From staff suspensions for playing banned rap tracks to the birth of the Hottest 100, the youth radio station’s four decades haven’t been without controversy and scandal.
Kylie Minogue has revealed how she managed to record her new album which will take fans on a heavenly disco roll after she just released another popular dance hit.
After nearly a decade, Madonna has left label Interscope - home to Billie Eilish, Lady Gaga and Kendrick Lamar - after securing a massive signing bonus with Warner Records.
Exactly 40 years ago to the day, the smooth sounds of Steely Dan rang out across Perth, broadcast on the State’s first commercial radio station, 96FM.
Classical music is drifting ever more swiftly back to live stages in Perth, and ticketed concerts are now a regular event after the COVID-19 shutdown.
The legendary rocker has been forced to postpone his 2020 tour due to ongoing COVID-19 related travel restrictions.
An award-winning singer has urged the government to better support the music sector and look to the export market for jobs.
Great Gable follow in footsteps of local heroes Tame Impala and Pond — with some Beatles and Blur for inspiration.
Government House Perth hosts Freeze Frame Opera’s Handel in the House
Long-time collaborators Paul Kelly and Paul Grabowsky release a reflective album perfect for our time
When coronavirus forces Bernie Dieter to lockdown in a Melbourne flat, Fringe World’s gin-soaked queen of cabaret becomes a real Weirdo In Isolation.
The 18-year-old brother of the Grammy-nominated artist Frank Ocean has reportedly died in tragic circumstances.
Countdown hosts Ian ‘Molly’ Meldrum and Gavin Wood are putting the band back together, and rebooting the iconic music show for a new audience
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The mighty Oils will unveil new song Gadigal Land on Friday ahead of The Makarrata Project mini-album collaboration with First Nations artists in October.
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