Pregnant singer Beyonce on Thursday pulled out of performing at California's Coachella music festival in April, citing doctor's orders.
Since forming a year ago, the Sydney trio have found fans around the world, from Conan O'Brien to Elton John.
Somewhere, George Michael must be impishly sabotaging his own morbid tributes from afar.
Pitch-perfect '90s throwbacks, emotional folk pop and dazzling classical pianism comprise this week's reviews.
After surviving a false rape allegation and a brain cyst, Conor Oberst is working hard on getting his life back.
Album reviews: Holly Throsby, Dirty Projectors, Powerline Sneakers, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard and Dude York.
From Sydney to London and back again, PVT find new ways to focus their creativity with New Spirit.
Sticky Carpet: Dom Mariani's Datura4 comes to town, Xylouris White play the Tote, Midnight Oil tickets on sale and more.
Messiah is something of a sacred text: not just the words, but the whole performance tradition.
The Damned are going strong after 40 years of never doing things the same way.
It looks the same at first but this soundtrack swaps ugly promise for grim certainty, and a few singlaongs.
Methyl Ethel's Jake Webb on signing with the 4AD label and writing songs from the edge of the earth.
A group of musical friends from Quebec have made it their mission to keep old folk songs alive.
Top gigs February 24
A lot's happened in the 25 years The Waifs have been recording music but that's what keeps them playing.
Elton John will bypass Brisbane on his One in a Lifetime tour, heading to Mackay and Cairns instead.
This’ll make you feel good about your drunken Friday night karaoke sessions.
Drake has suggested his hit Hotline Bling shouldn't have snapped up two awards at the 2017 Grammys and implied the organisers pigeon-holed him because he's black.
Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday.
At a time when top-billing national music festivals such as Soundwave and Future continue to fold, the fact a boutique festival such as Gaytimes can thrive is a triumph.
The father of a boy plucked from the crowd at last Thursday's Bruce Springsteen show at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre has revealed it was the third time his son had jammed on stage with The Boss.
Omar Sosa is among the rarest of the rare: an artist who transcends not just idiom, but music itself
Listening to Daniil Trifonov✓, the Russian with perhaps the most incredible technique of any 21st century pianist, one feels he could play under water. And, it transpires, he does.
Aussie actress Natasha Bassett starred as the pop star.
Vengerov plays Brahms, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Opera House, February 18