Australia

Australia’s Beyond The Valley is a bucket-list festival worth flying across the world for

Beyond The Valley will host noughties pop icon Nelly Furtado, Bicep, Denzel Curry, Aitch and many more this New Years, returning to its true combination of music, arts and camping

Vance Joy on why he once walked out of a One Direction writing session

"It was so awkward," he said of the experience

Inside Slipknot’s plan for “world domination” with Knotfest Australia 2023: “We’re here to burn down your brainwashed philosophy”

After years of planning, Knotfest is finally making landfall Down Under next year. NME takes a peek behind the curtain with Slipknot’s Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan, plus Aussie performers Parkway Drive, Alpha Wolf and Void Of Vision

King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard: “If something is shit and no one likes it, you just put out another one the next month”

King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard are releasing three albums in one month and playing the biggest shows of their career. NME catches up with them on the road to talk the Coltranian complexity of new album ‘Changes’, prolificacy over perfectionism, and their glorious jam band era

The 1975 add extra Melbourne show, update Adelaide venue for 2023 Australasian tour

The run of shows will mark the band's first headline tour of the countries in three years

Sampa the Great – ‘As Above, So Below’ review: a powerful, free-spirited statement

After making her mark on Australian hip-hop, the hip-hop trailblazer turns her gaze to her home of Zambia, unleashing a confident, compelling second record

Beckah Amani: the indie folk storyteller with a voice for the ages

The 23-year-old singer-songwriter’s debut EP ‘April’ showcases her talent for “falling apart and making it look like art”. Ahead of BIGSOUND and her debut Australian tour, she talks to NME about how her family nurtured her musical talent, reflecting her Burundian heritage in her songs and more

Confidence Man announce ‘RE-TILT’ EP, share ‘Angry Girl’ remix with CHAI

Tame Impala, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and more will remix songs from 'TILT'

The Chats: “Our journey is truly bizarre to us, but we’ve got the best of both worlds”

The Aussie punk trio have gone from the pub circuit to Guns N’ Roses supports in a matter of years – all it took was a ‘Smoko’ and some ‘High Risk Behaviour’. Frontman Eamon Sandwith talks new album ‘Get Fucked’

Jade Imagine announce new album ‘Cold Memory’ and share title track

The Melbourne trio's new album will arrive in October via Milk! Records
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