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Rolling Stone travels to Auckland as the Crowded House frontman live streams the recording of new solo LP 'Out of Silence'.
Paul Austin tried opening his mind with tiny doses of psychedelics in 2015 – and now he's bringing it to the masses, one Skype session at a time.
Steve Albini and Santiago Durango look back on their middle-finger industrial-punk swan song.
From gender bias to how artificial intelligence is set to change music forever to the buzz bands that made an impact, our takeaways from the annual Brisbane music conference and festival.
U.S.-backed forces are about to seize Raqqa – the capital of the most wanted terrorist group on earth – so why won't the government talk about it?
Band unveils latest cut from upcoming LP, 'Concrete and Gold'.
From why his novel is so beloved to how the movie differs from the book, your guide to King's modern-horror magnum opus.
Less guitars, more disquiet on poetic Ohio band's seventh.
The U.S. president is behaving like a candidate again, which is bad news for his political opponents.
On the opening night of our big week in Brisbane we catch performances from Jess Ribeiro, WAAX, Sløtface and more.
From the Swans' record-breaking rebound to the Crows' late-season stumble, we profile all the flag contenders as Aussie Rules' preseason starts.
From 'Time Fades Away II' to 'Homegrown' and Crazy Horse's killer 2003 Bonnaroo set, a look at the best of Young's overflowing vault.