"I don't want my girl to grow up and live a half life because of some idiots," a local mom tells Rolling Stone.
Melbourne alt-country crooner is joined by Brett Marshall of the Last Drinks for stirring, minimal take on 'One of Us' track.
In honour of the 50th anniversary of 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' — and coinciding with a new deluxe reissue — we present a series of in-depth pieces that explore the background of this revolutionary and beloved LP.
Lennon swallowed the wrong pill the night he was supposed to record backing harmonies for the song. Weirdness – and male bonding – ensued.
Remembering the Real 'Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds'
How Band Rallied Around Ringo on 'With a Little Help ...'
How Paul McCartney's Travels Inspired the Title Track
Inside the Beatles' 'Sgt. Pepper' Vault
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Perth electronic duo on their eclectic, trunk-rattling sound and discovering Vera Blue.
British quintet on how old world influences informed their haunting neo-rock sound.
"I think it's possible to make evocative music in a slightly askew and odd sonic environment," says the Melbourne-based producer.
David Lynch gets the band back together and returns with a show that was made for our current WTF moment.
As is so often the case, misogyny was woven into this act of violence.
His journey has been long, but the Men At Work vocalist's "recipe for insanity" has been averted by one driving principle: "make better records".
Sydney singer-songwriter converts heartbreak into resistance on focused, yet wide-covering second LP.
How Wil Wagner and company weathered a traumatic few years to arrive at third full length.
Celine brings the tears, Drake quotes memes and more moments from the annual celebration.