WA punk, metal and hard- rock fans had to make hay while the sun shone on Monday with news Soundwave would be following the Big Day Out on a one-way ticket out of Perth.
Popular touring artists often struggle to strike a balance between rattling off their biggest hits night after night and testing out new material.
Future Music Festival reclaimed the throne of being WA's biggest festival on Sunday.
Scandinavia seems to pump out talented indie-pop, or Scandi-pop, songsmiths faster than you can say "Benny and Bjorn".
He's one of the biggest male pop artists in the world right now, so you wouldn't expect anything less than an energetic, vivacious set from Bruno Mars.
Dolly Parton was prepared to work blue at the final performance of her Australian tour.
Kylie Minogue gave her diehard Sydney fans the shock of their lives this week.
The dreary clapping that met the appearance of Sydney's Jones Jr seemed indicative of Fringe and Festival fatigue having well and truly set in for many.
Wire would be the most frustrating live act on the planet if they weren't so good.
Jig, Jig, gloom! It's the enduring rhythm of Irish life and music; joyous celebration interspersed with sharp yet beautiful melancholy only Celtic voice can do justice to.
Before the day even arrived, interesting questions were raised about which act deserved to be headlining this third instalment of Scarborough's Sundown Sessions.
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