Since winning X Factor in 2013, Dami Im has become a huge star. She spoke with the Sentinel about her stellar career, Eurovision and her new album, My Reality.
John Moyle speaks to Sydney duo Fabels as they release their brilliant third album – the shimmering, cinematic Minds.
Sydney rock/ska band Spy v Spy, founded in the squats of Glebe, are back with New Reasons – their first album in almost three decades.
Australian indie-pop icon Ben Lee sits down with the Sentinel, revealing why he feels like Batman – and why he was born for the “bullshit” of popular culture.
The Sydney Sacred Music Festival wants you to experience the unexpected. Rita Bratovich spoke with festival director Richard Petkovic to find out what that actually means.
ABBA has simultaneously launched their new album in Sydney and eight other cities, in a nod to the special history between the Swedish supergroup and the Habour City.
An investigation into neo-Nazis has discovered popular children’s entertainer, ‘Ally Boom Boom’ – who also drummed for pop-punk band The Spazzys – is a racist who posts hate speech online.
John Moyle speaks with Nick Littlemore (Empire of the Sun, Pnau) and Alister Wright (Cloud Control) about their electropop outfit, Vlossom.
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.