Karen Gwee

Splendour In The Grass 2022 cancels Friday main stage performances amid challenging weather conditions

Smaller stages will remain open to attendees who are already on the festival grounds, though new entries will not be permitted for the day

Watch Wet Leg’s synth-y, deadpan cover of ‘Smoko’ by The Chats

The Isle of Wight duo also performed ‘Ur Mum’ for Aussie youth broadcaster triple j’s Like A Version segment

Splendour In The Grass 2022 weather forecast: rain predicted in Byron Bay

The Bureau of Meteorology says there’s a “high” chance of rain in Byron Bay on Thursday, Friday and Saturday

J-Hope of BTS releases debut solo album ‘Jack In The Box’ and fiery music video for ‘Arson’

He's the first BTS member to release solo material after the announcement of their break from group activities

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with Kelly Lee Owens

The Welsh producer and electronic artist on the creative liberation of her new album ‘LP.8’, going pop by remixing Sigrid, and her dream of singing ‘Teardrop’ live with Massive Attack

Sampa The Great is the cover star of the June 2022 issue of NME Australia magazine

Also featuring Speed, Johnny Hunter and the year in music, film and TV so far

Full Tilt Festival cancels all July 2022 events in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne: “We’ve been left with no choice”

In a statement, organisers said “multiple international artists on the line-up were no longer able to perform with costs exploding” due to “global supply chain issues”

Deafheaven and Lingua Ignota cancel Dark Mofo 2022 appearances

Lingua Ignota’s Kristin Hayer has come down with COVID-19, as has a member of Deafheaven’s team

Rising in Melbourne review: artists of all stripes craft their own alluring worlds at the city’s new winter festival

The sprawling arts festival three years in the making debuts with must-see shows by Sampa the Great, Kelly Lee Owens and many more
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