Architecture commission reimagines The Parthenon, but is it appropriation?
Graffiti, rock concerts and a call against selective democracy, The Parthenon is ‘defaced’ for a contemporary audience.
First Nations legend who ‘bridged two worlds’ joins Hall of Fame
A proud Yolngu artist with international acclaim, Gurrumul’s songs took Country and Culture far and wide.
Vale the great songman Archie Roach
Archie Roach gave voice, a story, to the experiences of so many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, writes Bhiamie…
Greener music industry the focus of new environmental guide
Sound Country is a step-by-step guide for musicians and bands keen to reduce their carbon footprint and bring fans along…
Queensland music trail receives $20M investment
Slated to launch in 2023, the Queensland Music Trails will combine live performance with unique regional destinations to invigorate the…
Music industry call to arms in election lead-up
16 music industry bodies released a three-point plan hoping to lobby politicians and advance Australia's creative potential.
Why musicians are jumping into variety shows
Maybe it’s time for variety shows to make a comeback, and SUPERGROUP is just one example heading in this direction.
The Kid LAROI scoops the APRA Awards 2022
The 18-year-old rapper was honoured alongside Tones and I and AC/DC at the 40th awards ceremony.
Vale Max Riebl
The acclaimed and much loved countertenor died on Saturday, aged 30.
On the move: Latest sector appointments
Strong appointments in the music sector, including AD for Melbourne Chamber Orchestra and new General Manager at Tura.