Day: 21 July 2017

Music Video of the Day: Ginger and The Ghost “Kindred Spirits” (2017)

July 21, 2017

When it comes to Ginger and The Ghost, creating pieces of music and visual art that captivate and linger in the memory of those who listen and view it is kinda textbook. The future-pop duo have recently dropped their new single “Kindred Spirits” and true to form, the music video that has been released to accompany […]

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9 artists who prove FYF’s worth as an unmissable international festival

July 21, 2017

This weekend in Los Angeles, one of 2017’s best line ups descends on Exposition Park –  FYF Festival. The festival has grown considerably since its debut in 2006, the then branded F*CK YEAH FEST. From hosting the likes of The Bronx and The Black Lips in that first year, to expanding to take in more genres in showcasing […]

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Single of the Day: Kim Churchill “Second Hand Car” (2017)

July 21, 2017

He’s one of the country’s best loved travelling troubadours and soon enough, Kim Churchill will be back on the road doing what he does best. The performer will be touring his new album Weight_Falls around the country through September and October (the record is due out in August), but before then, we’ve sunk our teeth into the […]

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Sampa the Great, Dustin Thomas and more prove to be early highlights of Splendour in the Grass

July 21, 2017

While most people wait to start their Splendour weekend on Friday, plenty of festivalgoers – especially the campers – know that heading along to the festival’s official kick-off on Thursday is well worth it. This year even moreso as Red Bull Sound Select came on board to curate a program at the Mix-Up Stage that […]

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: The Settlement “She Feels Like Home” (2017)

July 21, 2017

“She Feels Live Home” is the latest single from Victorian five-piece The Settlement and in its delivery, marks a great period of creative progression for the group. Their album Stand in the Middle, is out today and to celebrate, we’re stoked to share the group’s new music video for the track. The band’s roots in folk is clear, […]

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Live Review: HAIM – Enmore Theatre, Sydney (20.07.17)

July 21, 2017

As the usual circus that is Splendour In The Grass rolls through this vast country of ours, so too does some of the best bands currently walking the earth. One of these said bands is HAIM, and I’ll tell you what, they know how to play a live show. Here at their only headline date […]

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Netflix Review: Ozark is a dark and brooding drama to add to your watch list

July 21, 2017

I would forgive people about a year ago that got sick of hearing the sentence “Netflix’s awesome new series”. As more and more shows have been added and seasons get renewed, Netflix hasn’t only become more appetizing to our wallets, but an addiction we cannot go without. And just when you think you’ve seen it […]

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A Music Tourism Convention is coming to Franklin, Tennessee in the U.S.A.

July 21, 2017

Following on from the announcement that Brand USA would be putting their promotional attention on the arts and music scenes of America in a new IMAX film in 2018, America’s Treasures, Sound Diplomacy is set to host its inaugural U.S. Music Tourism Convention in Franklin, Tennessee this September. Sound Diplomacy in partnership with Pilgrimage Music […]

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Renowned humourist and best-selling author David Sedaris set to tour Australia in 2018

July 21, 2017

David Sedaris, the best-selling American author and humourist is returning Down Under to host a series of live shows in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Brisbane in January 2018. After previous sold out tours, Sedaris is hitting the Aussie road for his fourth sojourn, following the recent release of his latest book the Theft By […]

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A Winter Arts Festival will illuminate Melbourne next month

July 21, 2017

Melbourne is hosting a winter arts festival over ten nights in August, bringing lights and colour to the winter darkness of Stonnington. As the sun sets each night from the 10 – 20 August, the iconic venues and public spaces around the city of Stonnington will illuminate for this year’s Glow Winter Arts Festival. Each […]

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