REVIEW: Heartfelt, Jack Carty proves music still matters

Jack confessed to me later, “I could do what I do up there all day long, but tonight it felt a little like ice-skating.”

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John Butler Trio becomes five, and they are heading to the UK

After their much lauded tour of Australia showcasing the new live format, it’s UK audiences’ turn to be treated to a bigger and more dynamic live show from John Butler Trio+…

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Sarah Blasko in the UK: The weird and stupid way I do things

INTERVIEW: Ahead of her upcoming gigs in London and Brighton, we dissect Sarah Blasko’s celebrated new album Depth of Field by asking the woman herself.

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The Cat Empire was totally worth losing my London job for

That time an Australian Times reader was unceremoniously fired from his job in London over a big night with The Cat Empire.

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10 greatest ever Australian Christmas songs

Dash with us through the bush in a rusty Holden ute, singing along to our ever-popular collection of all-time favourite Aussie Christmas anthems.

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Return of the surf city rockers: The Beautiful Girls back in London

Australia’s premier surf-roots-reggae trio returns to London this week to celebrate the anniversaries of ‘Morning Sun’ and ‘Learn Yourself’

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‘The whole thing was a bit of an accident,’ says The Beautiful Girls frontman Mat McHugh ahead of London show

INTERVIEW: “We had no career plans to be musicians. That isn’t even on the radar where I grew up. We just wanted to make some music that would sound good playing at the local skate park or someone’s house party by the beach.”

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That moment you find out Natalie Imbruglia’s ‘Torn’ is really just a cover

Internet users were rather shocked when they saw a Tweet explaining that singer Natalie Imbruglia’s classic hit single ‘Torn’ is actually a rip off.

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Did we kill Dr Yunupingu? Poor fellow my country

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Dr G Yunupingu did not need to die; he was killed by a system that abandoned him, writes TESS LAWRENCE.

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Black Sorrows delight west London with music masterclass

REVIEW: The dance floor was jumping – literally. There were people everywhere clapping with their hands, stomping with their feet and entangling their senses to a session of broad musical mastery.

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Catch the legendary Joe Camilleri and his Black Sorrows in London this Friday

Get up close and personal with one of Australia’s most beloved bands The Black Sorrows at Nell’s Jazz and Blues, for one night only.

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Is Melbourne the music capital of Australia? Sydney or Adelaide might pip it to the post

Is Melbourne really Australia’s music capital? I crunched the numbers to find that the jury is still out on this claim. Indeed arch rival, Sydney (or even Adelaide) have a chance to claim this title.

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10 to 1 best ever Midnight Oil songs

With their Great Circle Tour underway and London shows looming, we countdown Midnight Oil’s greatest tunes and historic moments.

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Midnight Oil live in London: Second show now on sale

If you missed out on getting tickets to the first London gig, don’t let this second chance get away from you to see the return of the mighty Oils…

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Flume shocked by “totally insane” Grammy win

A stunned Flume proud to be representing Aussie sounds at American music’s night of nights.

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