By Jack Tregoning 7th Nov, 2011
The coming summer seems intent on emptying our wallets, with yet another unmissable tour announced.
By Francesco Naismith 2nd Dec, 2010
Foreshore expanded in 2010, ensuring more people could welcome the summer with Canberra's own festival brilliance.
By Cameron Elliott 2nd Dec, 2010
Sydney heads, where you at? No seriously, that isn’t some sort of hip hop-ism, it’s a legitimate question.
By Cameron Elliott 17th Nov, 2010
Possessing one of the most lyrical styles in hip hop today, Pharoahe Monch is back in Australia this month. And ain’t a damn thing’s changed...
By Sarah Smith 4th Oct, 2010
Hip hop extraordinaire Pharoahe Monch is returning to Australia this November to showcase his new album 'W.A.R. (We Are Renegades)'.
By Greg Steele 24th May, 2010
Rocking The Espy front bar, two of the most exciting emcees around showed us why hip hop is most definitely not dead.
By Tim Hardaker 2nd Jan, 2007
For reasons unknown Jean Grae, one of the US's leading female hip-hop MCs, will no longer be appearing at the Beck's Festival Bar this weekend as scheduled.
By Callum Critch 24th Feb, 2006
It's here. It's finally here. The thank-heavenly annual Good Vibrations Festival. Last Great Music Festival of the Summer. Most diverse. Most jam-diddly-packed. The most splendiferously brilliant to find yourself about. Always worth the wait. Always wor
By James Tannock 21st Feb, 2006
Silence... That's all you could hear as I walked out the gates of Good Vibrations on Saturday evening. I was literally speechless when I tried to describe to my mates how much I enjoyed acts including Z-Trip, Talib Kweli and Jean Grae, and others I saw on
By Rocky Bhardwaj 17th Feb, 2006
Talib Kweli, Jean Grae, Bahamadia and Z Trip on their side performance at the Metro Theatre while on tour down under for the Good Vibrations Festival.
By Katherine Keefe 24th Jan, 2006
The night began with disappointing news, Jean Grae had cancelled her trip down under... the bold and emotive storyteller would not be taking centre stage tonight. But, the show must go on and the night still holds promise with the Brooklyn/Australian duo
Can't get enough hip-hop at Good Vibrations? Talib Kweli, Bahamadia and Jean Grae sideshow announced
By Tim Hardaker 23rd Jan, 2006
Gimme Some More! looks set to be the biggest hip-hop event of February, with a number of the Good Vibrations Festival's hip-hop headliners set to appear at the sideshow at the Metro Theatre on Wednesday February 15th.