Friday, July 19, 2019

Music

Music

Review: Permanent Hermit by Ruby Fields

Not long after making a name for herself and bursting onto the music scene with the instant hits I Want and P Plates, Cronulla...

Man at Work: Colin Hay live in the land Down Under

In 1980, Men at Work released a new song that many still consider to this day to be Australia’s other nation anthem: Down Under....

Top three Tame Impala songs to listen to on a sunny...

If Upbeat rhythms, RnB beats with a hint of Bee Gees disco-like flavour appeal as the perfect combination for strolling on a sunny day,...

Kessia Brooke: Port Fairy’s 2019 Emerging Talent Quest winner

Kessia Brooke could not believe she had won the Emerging Talent Quest at the 43rd annual Port Fairy Folk Festival. “Profanities were the first thing...

ME! takes Taylor Swift from vengeful pop to playful musical

April 26, the date myself and all other Taylor Swift fans were eagerly waiting for. It might have been the shortest time frame for...

Preview: Eurovision Song Contest 2019

This year’s Eurovision Song Contest will take place Tel Aviv, Israel, after Netta Barzilai’s victory with her Anime-themed song Toy in Lisbon last year....

Review: Pink’s Hurts 2B Human

We've followed Pink through her Destiny’s Child-inspired debut album Can’t Take Me Home and her edgy pop-rock album for rebellious 20-year-olds I’m Not Dead,...

82-year-old busker plays Chinese violin in memory of his brother

Shen Wei Shan began playing the Chinese violin on the streets of Melbourne six years ago to raise money for his sick brother. He made...

Rammstein’s controversial new video an epic journey through history

Last month, Rammstein released the music video for Deutschland, the first single from their upcoming self-titled album.  When it is released on May 17,...

Rammstein continue historical commentary in new music video

The music video for Radio, Rammstein’s second single from their upcoming self-titled album premiered on Friday.  Projected on a wall at a Berlin intersection, it...