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Sydney punks stay weird, restless on politically-empowered debut.
"We're all gonna die," says frontman Dave Le'aupepe, "I want to make sure I spend the time on this earth being the best I can."
In the wake of Charlottesville, Donald Trump clings to the only constituency he has left.
Homme and Co. team up with Mark Ronson, channel Bowie and even get a bit sensitive.
Line-up for Sydney show also features The Jezabels, Jack Colwell, Holly Throsby, Mojo Juju, Andy Bull and Lonelyspeck.
The Charlottesville marchers have roots that go deep in the nation's history and its present.
Lynn Hirschberg interviews the iconic comedian.
"Seeing the disrespect and disregard of my skill set is very motivating," MMA fighter said. "They have a closed mind to how things can be done."
As classic live album 'The Dance' turns 20, we look back at Stevie Nicks' tortured torch song – and how it almost broke up the band.
In our 2014 cover-story, the Melbourne MC talks frankly about week-long benders, urinal rap battles and detoxing: "I don't wish that on anybody."
Sydney dreamers deliver a stunning double-album opus.
"I wanted to write about that experience of being helpless, of being useless," says Melbourne singer-songwriter.