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Jamiroquai, Beck, Nile Rodgers and more lead Harvest Rock 2023 line-up

Also set to perform are Thelma Plum, Julia Jacklin, Chromeo and more

The 15 best Australian albums of 2023 – so far

It’s time to take stock of the busy past six months and there’s much to be grateful for. Between dancefloor euphoria from Cub Sport...

Bad//Dreems are more direct than ever on new album ‘Hoo Ha!’: “I believe in music as an instrument of change”

NME speaks to the pub-rockers’ guitarist Alex Cameron about their fourth album, getting more straightforward in their songwriting and more

What’s new this month? Here are 10 Australian release picks for May 2023

We’re officially a third of the way through 2023 – celebrate with ripping new tunes from Bad//Dreems, The Murlocs, Fascinator, Aya Yves and more

Bad//Dreems announce fourth album with raucous new single ‘See You Tomorrow’

Bad//Dreems have returned with a raucous new track called ‘See You Tomorrow’, landing alongside the news of their long-awaited fourth album. READ MORE: What’s...

Pavement announce special guests for 2023 Australian tour

The rotating bills include Bad//Dreems, Floodlights, Pond, Rolling Blackouts CF and Romero

Listen to Bad//Dreems’ powerful new single ‘Jack’: “This is a song about truth telling”

The band have also launched a new podcast featuring conversations with First Nations friends, titled 'Hoo Ha!'

Watch Bad//Dreems and King Stingray cover Warumpi Band’s ‘Blackfella/Whitefella’ at Splendour In The Grass 2022

Bad//Dreems called the live collaboration "one of our most cherished moments as a band"

Horrorshow, Children Collide, Bad//Dreems and more announced for 2022 Guts Touring line-up

This year’s program will be split between the Northern Territory, South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania

Bad//Dreems, Horrorshow, Didirri and more announced for The Gum Ball 2022

The festival’s 16th edition is set to go down in the Hunter Valley come April
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