Aug 3, 2015
Mess + Noise covered all the music that the rest wouldn’t touch. Along the way, it provided an important early platform for some of Australia’s best music writers, writes former Mess + Noise contributor Annie Toller .
Helen RazerJul 23, 20155 Comments
Jimmy Barnes has not said he is suing Reclaim Australia for promoting an anti-tolerance message he abhors. But he still could.
CrikeyJul 9, 20154 Comments
Will Apple Music be a game-changer for recording artists? Perhaps, but not in a good way, writes freelance journalist Gram Morris.
Mar 6, 20151 Comment
With so many talented musicians who represent Australian culture, why have our SBS overlords chosen a mainstream pop singer to represent us in Eurovision? Freelance writer and musician Chris Endrey explores the issue.
Crikey InternJan 14, 20155 Comments
Why are young Australians shunning events like Big Day Out and instead flocking to multi-day music festivals out of the city? Crikey intern Mahalia Dobson explains.
CrikeyNov 20, 20141 Comment
Boom Crash Opera guitarist Peter Farnan decides to give prog another go.
Helen RazerNov 4, 2014
1989 is an ahistorical, destructive pastiche of a time Taylor Swift doesn't properly appreciate. Here's why ...
Sally WhyteOct 30, 20144 Comments
Gotye's party may not get the numbers for the Victorian election, but they say this won't be the last we hear from them.
Oct 24, 2014
U2 is one of the last giant rock bands. No wonder they don't know how to be cool in the age of the super-niche.
Guy RundleOct 10, 2014
Kurt Cobain's hometown of Aberdeen, Washington is trying to become grunge's Graceland, but the Cobain historical sites are across the river.