The centrepiece of the Irish band's latest tour is the biggest screen ever erected for a live show. Karl Quinn gets a close-up view.
Playwright Barry Dickins' memories of a Reservoir where cows, not fixies, roamed will premiere in music form at a festival of Reservoir-only artists.
Two decades since powering up their amps, the Melbourne trio aren't done yet.
A growing number of fans can't get enough of singer and songwriter Benee.
Kiss have cancelled this month's Australian tour.
New York's Lakecia Benjamin had to be convinced her local cohorts were up to the task.
DJ Shadow releases new album Our Pathetic Age.
Deborah Cheetham AO wins the prestigious 2019 Melbourne Prize for Music.
Stumble across buskers performing 'Songs of Melbourne' or go on a wild musical adventure with 'Swell 5.0: Frequency'.
Irish superband's lead singer pays heed to Australia's bushfires in a concert of epic sound and imagery at Suncorp Stadium on Tuesday night.
The Due West Festival, held in November, showcases some of the best artistic works in Melbourne's west.
A group of Australian songwriters, producers and topliners are in Korea trying to win the favour of K-Pop music executives - but don't be fooled, these are no amateurs.
Exhilarating performance of Vivaldi's Four Seasons had the audience on the edge of their seats.
Welsh superstar delivers a rich offering.
Spiderbait's two-hour greatest hits showcase help ageing rock fans relive the magic of their youth.
Janet Jackson delights her fans at RNB Fridays Live ... but the Black Eyed Peas send the crowd into a frenzy.
Hamed Sadeghi's music crosses temporal as well as geographical boundaries.
Post-punk's most politically aware act poses a new question: when does a band cease to be itself and become a tribute act instead?
Mia Dyson, Liz Stringer and Jen Cloher ramp up the emotion as they launch their first album together.
This Melbourne Music Week we talk to performers who have captured the city in song
Yo-Yo Ma delivers a stunning performance of all six of J. S. Bach’s suites for solo cello, greeted by a lengthy standing ovation from a capacity Melbourne audience.
Two years after they last played their Joshua Tree show as part of a 30th anniversary tour of their biggest album, U2 finally arrive in our part of the world.
What started out as a joke for the Pennsylvania-based metal musicians has since become an international touring act.
It's a school night, but Hermitude are working to pump up a festival atmosphere.
From gigs to markets and festivals, a range of events and activities around town.