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Uncle Jack Charles to receive state funeral in Victoria next month

“There is no actor, no activist, no survivor and no Victorian quite like Uncle Jack Charles,” Premier Daniel Andrews said in a statement announcing the funeral

Listen Out Melbourne 2022: AJ Tracey, Roddy Ricch, JID, Barkaa and more bring the heat

The first stop of the beloved Australian festival brought together titans of the hip-hop, dance and pop worlds

Uncle Jack Charles, Indigenous actor, musician, activist and senior Elder, has died aged 79

The Boon Wurrung, Dja Dja Wurrung, Woiwurrung and Yorta Yorta Elder, whose decades-long career spanned the stage, screen and music, passed surrounded by loved ones at North Melbourne Hospital this morning

Me Too founder Tarana Burke addresses ‘Raising Their Voices’ report at BIGSOUND 2022

The findings from the independent report, which surveyed sexual harm and harassment in Australia's music industry, were published last week

Neurosis singer Scott Kelly retires from music and admits abuse, former bandmates share statement

Kelly admitted “emotional, financial, verbal and physical abuse” of his wife and children in a statement

Beyond The Valley unveils 2022 line-up led by Nelly Furtado, Kaytranada and Denzel Curry

BENEE, Tkay Maidza, Honey Dijon, Confidence Man, Aitch and many more will also perform at the summer festival's new location in Victoria

Archie Roach honoured with “journey home” through Naarm as family, friends and fans pay tribute

The generation-defining Gunditjmara (Kirrae Whurrong/Djab Wurrung) and Bundjalung Senior Elder, songman and activist was laid to rest in Warrnambool

Archie Roach has died, aged 66

The Gunditjmara (Kirrae Whurrong/Djab Wurrung) and Bundjalung Senior Elder, songman and activist released 10 studio albums and changed thousands of lives across his storied career

Festivalgoers launch class action against state of NSW alleging unlawful strip-searches by police

A statement of claim filed in the NSW Supreme Court is seeking damages and to ensure "this traumatising police practice becomes the exception, not the rule"

Survey shows Australian music workers face higher levels of mental illness, unsafe working conditions

More than two thirds of people who took part in the survey, commissioned by Support Act, reported a high or very high level of psychological distress
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