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Californian boogie rock merchants Eagles of Death Metal have announced a show in Perth during their Australian visit for the Byron Bay Bluesfest.

Across three solo albums and a long list of collaborations, Thundercat’s resume reads like a who’s who of urban, electronic and jazz innovators.

A new label, bigger production and a loud rock band playing her songs. The past 12 months have seen Katie Crutchfield’s Waxahatchee evolve from lo-fi critics’ darlings into a viable touring …

Alan “Alsy” MacDonald, drummer and founder of the Triffids along with school friend David McComb, considers PIAF’s curtain-raiser Home as a celebration of 30-plus years of local music.

Some of the biggest names in the music industry have given fans a show to remember at this year’s Super Bowl 50.

Electronic music pioneer Nightmares on Wax will star at the grand opening of PIAF’s contemporary music venue Chevron Festival Gardens at Elizabeth Quay.

New York neo-soul outfit Lion Babe hit Perth for the first time last month to join UK electronic duo Disclosure on stage at Southbound.

Zachary Cole Smith has been through the wringer since releasing his debut album as DIIV, 2012’s Oshin.

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