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BIGSOUND Live: Highlights of Night One - Part One (09.09.15)

Walking into this year’s BIGSOUND, I feel inspired. 150+ acts, 15 venues, and looking at the program, I probably can recall a song or two from maybe 10 or so artists. This is what BIGSOUND is all about, the opportunity to walk into a venue and have no idea what you are really walking into...

The Church and DZ Deathrays lead line up for Sydney's Small World Festival

After a very successful inaugural outing last year Sydney's exclusive inner-west Small World Festival, an idea brewed up by the folk at Young Henrys, is back with an impressive roster of local talent set to perform in the iconic Sydney Park.

Gang of Youths, Holy Holy, Timberwolf & more featured on first official BIGSOUND artist announcement!

BIGSOUND has named the first 50 artists for the 2015 live program and for another year, Brisbane looks to become a buzzing hive of excellent live music in September! BIGSOUND Live sees 14 music venues through the Valley taken over by some impressive line ups of bands from around Australia and abroad over two nights for what has become Australia's biggest gathering of industry and music fans. Last year's BIGSOUND program was hectic, showcasing some diverse and brilliant talent - both emerging and established - and this year is going to be no different.

Live Review: Man of Constant Sorrow - A Tribute to the music of O Brother, Where Art Thou? - The Vanguard, Sydney (06.05.15)

When the Coen Brothers released the much loved film O Brother, Where Art Thou? in 2000, the sound track emerged to have a magical, cult following of its own. Celebrated as an extraordinary album that pays homage to the beauty of old American folk, bluegrass, country and even gospel – it was no surprise when fourteen years after the release of this album, The Vanguard announced that a stellar line-up of Australia’s own artists would be paying tribute to this album.

All Our Exes Live In Texas Announced as main support for Backstreet Boys Australian Tour

Sydney's folk group All Our Exes Live In Texas have just been announced as the main support act for Backstreet Boys Australian Tour starting this Friday May 8 in Melbourne. Comprised of Elana Stone, Katie Wighton, Hannah Crofts & Georgia Mooney, all talented performers individually, All Our Exes Live In Texas has made waves across the country, inspiring rave reviews and sell-out shows.

First major round of artists announced for The National Folk Festival!

The National Folk Festival is Australia’s premier folk festival event which celebrates the world of folk music and art. For FIVE days, Exhibition Park in Canberra becomes another world for each and every festivalgoer – a magical place filled with colour and sound, where talents can be nurtured and artistic dreams realised. The first major round of artists’ announcements for the 2015 National Folk Festival has been announced and it’s a fabulous range of international and national acts to grace the 18 venues at Exhibition Park in April to celebrate Easter in the National Capital!

Single Stream: All Our Exes Live In Texas "Tell Me" (2014)

Sydney's All Our Exes Live in Texas - featuring Elana Stone, Katie Wighton, Hannah Crofts and Georgia Mooney - is a folky mix of mandolin, ukulele, accordion, guitar and vocal harmonies. "Tell Me" is the first single from their forthcoming debut album.

Sydney Fringe Review: "Fringe Ignite: Heat The Street" ft. Lime Cordiale + All Our Exes Live in Texas - Crown Street (31.08.14)

The Sydney Fringe Festival has officially kicked off its 5th annual edition with their first ever street party in Surry Hills. Fringe Ignite: Heat The Streets saw bars and shopfronts on Crown Street transform into free entry pop-up music venues, while street musicians roamed and people danced. No one needed to close down the street, no one needed to set up a big stage and close down business in the area. From 4pm until 8pm earlier tonight, the Fringe introduced a new type of street party that we could - and should - see take over more hubs of our city.

the AU review's 6th Birthday Party ft. Service Bells + All Our Exes Live In Texas - Oxford Art Factory (21.08.14)

the AU review turned six and threw a massive party in Sydney to celebrate, supported by the fine tunes of Service Bells and All Our Exes Live In Texas - as well as BhangLassi and Smiles Again from Mind Over Matter DJing throughout the night. Enjoy these photos and video of the night in action courtesy of Robin Sarmento:

Gettin' to know our 6th Birthday Bands: All Our Exes Live in Texas (Sydney)

Tonight, we celebrate the 6th birthday of our website with a free event in Sydney, with Service Bells and All Our Exes Live In Texas performing alongside DJ sets from Smiles Again (Mind Over Matter), Bhanglassi and more! We took a moment ahead of the party to get to know All Our Exes Live in Texas, by way of Katie Wighton:

Photo Gallery: Megan Washington + All Our Exes Live In Texas - Howler (12.04.14)

Megan Washington finished her short tour at Howler in Melbourne on Saturday night. It sold out way in advance and the packed room were treated to a mix of old and new and a few little surprises. Supported by All Our Exes Live In Texas. Photos by Ian Laidlaw.

Live Review: Megan Washington + All Our Exes Live In Texas - Howler, Melbourne (12.04.14)

Megan Washington is back with her single “Who Are You”, off her soon-to-be-released sophomore album There There, and to celebrate she played an intimate show at Melbourne’s Howler that sold out in a matter of minutes. As Melbourne’s the city that Megan essentially launched her career in, it was bound to be a special gig, and it definitely delivered!