He’s been a music industry mainstay for decades – and now Paul Field has released his first solo album.
Sunny Grace explores the particulars of being a Gen X-er, as Gen Z begins to make an impact on the world.
Australian music icon John Paul Young is celebrating 50 years in showbiz. He spoke with the Sentinel ahead of a national tour to mark the milestone.
John Moyle profiles Top End band David Garnham and the Reasons to Live, whose stunning new Americana single ‘Miss the Pain’ is out now, backed by an incredible animated music video.
Music veteran Marcella Detroit speaks with the Sentinel about Shakespears Sister, Sydney, solo success, new music – and 50 huge years in the music industry.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir will celebrate their 30th anniversary with a special concert featuring Caroline O’Connor and Jonathon Welch.
The Australian Institute of Music and singer Jade MacRae have joined forces with the Sydney Solstice festival to reignite Sydney’s live music scene.
Indie pop singer-songwriter Imogen Clark puts her past experiences, hurt, heartbreak and joy into the fresh new EP, Bastards.
She’s an acclaimed writer, comedian and creative dynamo – but it’s Katie Little’s new music that’s set to wow you, writes Travis de Jonk.
John Moyle explores the story behind ‘Romantic Notions‘ and its atmospheric music video, by Sydney post-punk band Mere Women.
The Sentinel’s Richie Black intercepts a report into the performance of Dustyevsky – the world’s leading fake Russian choir.
The Sentinel explores the cultural phenomenon of 28 hairy Australian blokes singing traditional Russian songs at the Sydney Opera House.
John Moyle profiles New Zealand singer Theia and her landmark song and video, ‘Celebrity’.
Each week, John Moyle explores exceptional examples of Australian songs and music videos. This week: ‘You Might Think’ by Sons of the East – a Sydney band that’s bigger overseas than at home.
Tina Arena’s first post-Covid concert in Sydney saw the chanteuse at the top of her game, writes Danny Waterson.