The David of record labels took on the 'big six' Goliaths and won, and changed the face of music in Australia.
Music is a hierarchical industry built on relationships. The allegations made against Ryan Adams should be familiar to everyone.
Music industry types around the country are still recovering from last week's Big Sound conference. What did it reveal about the state of the industry?
The ramifications of Me Too are being felt in an extremely un-rock ’n’ roll way — insurance. But what happens when Australia’s defamation laws stand in the way of community safety and ultimately, justice?
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.
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?
Fairfax was sympathetic to a band that did not want to play at its Noodle Markets for free, but it has since published an article that has reignited the controversy.
As the inquiries into the Jimmy Savile scandal widen, the present is cannibalising the past, to general distress. The question is: how many other people will be drawn in?
Musicians and music lovers may have a fondness for their bricks-and-mortar stores, but the demise of Allans Billy Hyde shows music is not immune from the changes sweeping retail.
Nine finally has a runaway ratings freight train to rival all comers, with spinny-chair mega-hit The Voice dominating TV screens across the country. And Nine isn't the only one cashing in.