March 14, 2018 2
While the furore may have died down surrounding poor and inaccurate research in a book detailing Indigenous women musicians, Deborah Cheetham says the issue is an exhausting and common one that Indigenous Australians face regularly.
February 28, 2018 4
Camp Cope has become a force to reckon with on issues of gender disparity and harassment, but in the midst of "shitstorms" and abuse, they argue it's time for men to fix their own mess.
February 20, 2018 15
The upcoming Australian tour is set to move so much money that it has more in common with a significant import than a pop act.
December 19, 2017 6
As victims from the music industry come forward with their stories, Crikey asks what is it that is unique to the music scene that allows this behavior to flourish?
November 29, 2017 7
The legendary AC/DC guitarist, whose funeral was this week, was remembered as a loyal and loving artist.
November 22, 2017 6
Our favourite (not necessarily in a good way) political party songs.
October 26, 2017 9
Born in New Orleans Ninth Ward, where he lived until Hurricane Katrina drove him out, Fats Domino left school at grade four, and worked as an iceman’s apprentice, until his uncle taught him piano. And that was that.
October 3, 2017 8
News outlets were free fallin' into fake news cycles when CBS reported Tom Petty's death.
June 2, 2017 3
The primary appeal of Sgt Pepper has, from the very beginning, been as much about nostalgia as music.
April 7, 2017 5
The complicated legacy of a modestly remunerated session musician who changed pop music forever.