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What a match! Pet Shop Boys team up with Beverley Knight

What a match! Pet Shop Boys team up with Beverley Knight

Pet Shop Boys delivered a huge concert in London’s Hyde Park last weekend and brought on special guest Beverley Knight to sing What Have I Done To Deserve This.  The song was a huge hit for the band back in 1987 and featured the legendary Dusty Springfield on vocals. The track revived the soul icons career […]

Laneway Festival will feature Charli XCX, Mahalia and Stella Donnelly

Laneway Festival will feature Charli XCX, Mahalia and Stella Donnelly

The Laneway Festival has announced its lineup with 1975, Charli XCX, Ruel, Earl Sweatshirt, Ocean Alley and many others on the bill. Charli XCX won’t be doing any side shows so if you want to see her live you have to get a ticket to the festival. Here’s the full list announced so far… THE […]

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Troye Sivan parties with friends and fans ahead of Perth show

Troye Sivan parties with friends and fans ahead of Perth show

Troye Sivan will be greeted by thousand of fans tonight when he takes to the stage at HBF Stadium, but on Sunday night he performed at intimate show for friends and fans at the rooftop of the Aloft Hotel. Singing songs from his hit albums Blue Neighbourhood and Bloom Troye said even though he lived […]

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Miley, Ariana and Lana team up on ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’

Miley, Ariana and Lana team up on ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’

A trio of pop superstars have released a new single for the upcoming Charlie’s Angels reboot. Like Destiny’s Child before them, Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey have joined forces on Don’t Call Me Angel. The tune will feature as the theme song for the newest take on the Charlie’s Angels story, which stars Kristen Stewart, […]

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Pet Shop Boys and Olly Alexander take us to ‘Dreamland’

Pet Shop Boys and Olly Alexander take us to ‘Dreamland’

Back in April, music legends Pet Shop Boys announced they were collaborating with Years & Years frontman Olly Alexander. Today the trio have released their collaboration, Dreamland, along with Alexander’s band. “Pet Shop Boys have today unveiled their brand new single “Dreamland”, feat. @yearsandyears,” the Pet Shop Boys revealed on Twitter. “The single was written by […]

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Shakespear’s Sister release video for ‘When She Finds You’

Shakespear’s Sister have a new tune and video to share with fans. When She Finds You sees the duo collaborating with British musician Richard Hawley. The track is from an EP of new material called Ride Again which will be out in late October. The band recently reformed and released a greatest hits collection which featured two new tunes. […]

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Perth’s ‘Wunderkid Organist’ is a showman and innovator

Perth born and raised musician Alessandro Pittorino has been hailed by ABC TV as “Australia’s Wunderkid Organist”. He’s performed for Lady Gaga and Nicole Kidman amongst others, and was the first Australian organist to graduate from the prestigious Juilliard School in NYC. He is a total innovator and showman, and after witnessing the magic of […]

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Melinda Schneider shares her love of Doris Day ahead of Perth show

Melinda Schneider shares her love of Doris Day ahead of Perth show

Singer Melinda Schneider knows exactly when her love of the late great entertainer Doris Day began, she adored the singer’s movies in her childhood. “Calamity Jane, it was the first film I ever saw, or at least the first one I remember, when I was about eight, and I just loved her as that character. […]

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Blues at Bridgetown 2019 add more names to massive line-up

Blues at Bridgetown 2019 add more names to massive line-up

Blues at Bridgetown have announced the second round of artists bringing their goodness for a weekend’s worth of amazing music from Friday-Sunday, November 8-10. In this topsy turvy modern world it seems more than ever we need The Real Thing and so it is that the great Russell Morris returns for a record-breaking seventh consecutive […]

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Fremantle Symphony Orchestra to premiere local work ‘The Edge of Forgetting’

Fremantle Symphony Orchestra to premiere local work ‘The Edge of Forgetting’

The Fremantle Symphony Orchestra return with their second concert of 2019; The Edge Of Forgetting. The work created by WA composer Lachlan Skipworth makes its premiere in Western Australia this September. In a program curated by the Orchestra’s Artistic Director, David Pye, the Orchestra will also perform Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola and Beethoven’s […]

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