Andrew P. Street

After two gigless years, rock ’n’ roll saved my life (again)

Australia, it’s finally time to get back out there and see bands again

Glory, chaos and friendship: what I miss about the Big Day Out

Four rock stars walk into a bar… The influential festival, founded 30 years ago this January, was as much a social event as a musical one

2002: The Vines, Jet and the year that rock’n’roll promised to change the world

Two decades on, we look back on the short-lived Aussie invasion spearheaded by the Vines and Jet

Could the South Australian music venues struggling for insurance be canaries in a coalmine?

The cases of long-running Adelaide venues Grace Emily Hotel and Sugar point to yet another potential threat to our beleaguered live venues

ARIA Awards 2021: Change cannot stop at a gender-neutral Best Artist category

This year’s ARIA Awards will be the first without the gendered categories of Best Female and Male Artists. But there’s still a long way to go

Bury him deep in love: why has it taken so long for the Triffids’ David McComb to get his due?

The singer-songwriter is the subject of a new documentary, 'Love In Bright Landscapes', that should start to cement his legacy

triple j and the tweet heard around Australia

How the youth broadcaster’s jokey take on a meme raised serious questions about ageism and sexism in music

Who supports the supports? COVID-19 still has the Australian music industry on its knees

Australia’s music industry is practically on life support as the pandemic approaches the two-year mark – no thanks to the federal government

AC/DC’s ‘It’s A Long Way To The Top’: a celebration of Bon Scott’s bagpipe classic

To mark what would have been the 75th Bonaversary, let’s revisit the song that turned AC/DC into legends

The Great Chart Singularity is upon us

Artists today have to battle for chart supremacy against the entire history of recorded music – including their younger selves
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