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Shady Nasty swerve yet again on new EP ‘CLUBSMOKE’

The Sydney band’s new project is steeped in an intense ambivalence to soulless luxury. They tell NME about the characters behind its creation and their 2010s EDM inspirations

Hoodoo Gurus set rescheduled dates for 40th anniversary tour with The Dandy Warhols

Hear single 'World Of Pain', from their first new album in 11 years

Alex Gow becomes Perfect Moment: “If I’m not making myself grin with my music, I’m not doing a good job”

After 15 years as Oh Mercy, Gow swerves into groovy bedroom disco on his first album as Perfect Moment, ‘Kangourou’

Children Collide: “We decided to exit right before we would have gotten big”

The post-grunge trio are back with their first album in nearly 10 years, returning to their rudimentary sound that defined Aussie rock of the 2010s – even if they don’t get much credit

Tropical Fuck Storm: “The anxiety we were exuding for so many years caught up with the rest of the world”

Songwriter Gareth Liddiard speaks from the bully pulpit on conspiracy theories, personal tragedy, and TFS’ third album ‘Deep States’

Thelonious Monk estate “condemn” biopic starring Yasiin Bey

“There is no involvement by anyone in the Monk family with this project, and we actually condemn the effort"

Paul Kelly overhauls tour, adds dates in Tasmania and Queensland, postpones Victoria and NSW

The singer-songwriter's On The Road Again east coast tour has swelled to 37 dates

NSW festival Good Times rescheduled for the second time

The festival had been set to kick off next weekend

Britney Spears’ testimony prompts proposed legislation to reform conservatorships

A proposed new law would allow Spears to request a change of conservator without needing to prove abuse or fraud
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