How Bruce Springsteen and Margaret Thatcher inspired some of Costello's greatest work.
The former Go-Between takes time out from listening to AM radio and discovers some B-Side gold.
With a new solo album, 'Didn't He Ramble', out this week, we catch up with the Irish singer-songwriter about the songs that made him who he is.
We sit down with four of the artists on the line-up for the forthcoming 'Nashville Skyline' Americana festival, to find what the - often confusingly defined - genre means to them.
Appreciates fine songwriting, dances with gusto, has a slightly morbid side.
A national tour celebrating the Beatles' formative creative albums kicks off this week, featuring a selection of the finest contemporary antipodean artists.
From the "deep feels" of Tame Impala to the "pure sexy goodness" of Jarryd James, here's who DJ/radio presenter KLP thinks are the must-see acts at this year's Splendour in the Grass festival.
From Cannibal Corpse to the 'Macarena', these are the Melbourne punks' favourite "songs to belt out in the car and give the other passenger the shits".
The "Uptown Funk" hitmaker has a deep love of Seventies soul and R&B – which will surprise absolutely no one.
The Alabama Shakes frontwoman learned to play guitar to Blink-182, and she's never looked back.
Ahead of their final ever Australian tour, we check in with the Motley Crue drummer to find out his favourite new tunes.
From Metallica to reggae to Christmas music, the Bluesfest-bound singer-songwriter has broad tastes.