Excerpts from the new hardcover coffee table book by Melbourne Books
The UK's home of rock, Donington, hosted Monsters of Rock from 1980 till it became Download Festival in 2003, and is now making it's way to Oz for the first time!
Ted Mulry Gang’s only live album, recorded in ’77 and 78, has been remixed, remastered and expanded to 21 tracks! A raw riffing and stomping killer with big guitars and hooks a-plenty.
Long-time friends and collaborators, saxophonist Joshua Redman and pianist Brad Mehldau, are set to release their first duo album Nearness on September 9. They will then come to Australia in October.
Fantastic new compilation on Festival Records coming September 16.
One of the most popular Australian bands of the late ‘70s & early ‘80s, Ol' 55, celebrate 40 years with the release of a long overdue 2CD anthologising this hugely popular group.
Crossroads Revisited: Selections From The Crossroads Guitar Festivals finds blues god Eric Clapton curating his own impossible festival bill
Although he did and still does make music, it’s not his musical skills he’s recognized for. Ian has designed numerous iconic Aussie album covers, band logos & tour posters, & is one of music's genuine nice guys.
Silver Roads looks at the country and folk influences in the Australian rock scene of the late 60s and 70s.
A celebration of the blues-based sounds that dominated Australian music in the early 70s and onwards, featuring many of the all-time biggest names in Aussie rock.
“Warumpi’s influence on Australian music was unique... Songs that reached across the cultural divide, that were ABOUT SOMETHING, songs of positivity and hope...” – Jim Moginie, Midnight Oil