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Former Wedding Parties Anything frontman captures his life of poetic folk storytelling and sweaty pub-rock in revealing new memoir and album.
Sydney singer-songwriter on finding inspiration in her fiction writing and embracing musical freedom on sixth album, 'After a Time'.
From autonomous swarms to high-tech cluster bombs, the latest wave of tech is set to change the way we approach armed conflict.
You Am I frontman talks us through his favourite writers and lyricists.
The duo on early Berlin days, playing to big crowds across Australia and the decision to expand their sonic template for second album 'Paint'.
How tin-foil-covered walls, a Bulgarian psychiatrist and a certain sneaker giant helped shape James Murphy's genre-defying 2007 opus.
The quartet on classical foundation, playing with the Backstreet Boys and long-awaited debut 'When We Fall'.
British folk singer talks "conjuring vulnerability" for sixth studio LP 'Semper Femina'.
Hip-hop duo take home $30,000 cash prize for debut 'Reclaim Australia', beating out albums from the Avalanches, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Camp Cope and more.
Russia scandals have bloodied the Trump administration. But it carries dangers for those reporting it.
Hugh Jackman's last stand as Wolverine puts a stake in the heart of the genre – and sets the stage for its bigger, stronger rebirth.
Michael Jackson's daughter shares personal anecdotes of life with her late father.