Day: 18 August 2019

Live Review: Musical genres collide as Synthony blasts its way into Brisbane City Hall

August 18, 2019

Synthony is a pretty unique concept. Bringing together local orchestras, DJs, vocalists, feature musicians, and a crowd hungry for dance music, Synthony presents some of the biggest tracks of the last thirty years, live on stage, in an energetic and exciting event. Since kicking off a couple of years ago in Auckland, Saturday night was […]

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Photo Gallery: Augie March + Grand Salvo – Paddo Lounge, Sydney (16.08.19)

August 18, 2019

The Paddington RSL has started running gigs again, which is great news. The Paddo Lounge is a nice room – a couple of tiers, great sound and in a handy location.  Augie March are one of those bands which every time you see them you are asking yourself why aren’t they household names. They were on […]

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Photo Gallery: Thelma Plum + Woodes + Miiesha – Factory Theatre, Sydney (17.08.19)

August 18, 2019

It was a triumphant night at the Factory Theatre on Saturday night, with Thelma Plum playing a sold-out show showcasing her recent album, Better in Blak. It might have been a long-time coming, but it was worth the wait. The set was incredibly well-received, for me the highlight was the title track of the album. She […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: Warcries “Scream Louder” (2019)

August 18, 2019

Brisbane electro-grunge duo Warcries are back with “Scream Louder“, a pumping, energetic sequel to their debut track “This Is Paradise“, and we couldn’t be more stoked to be premiering the accompanying video today on The AU Review! Formerly members of 2000s rock outfit Avalon Drive, Ryan Kennedy and Will King already had a solid decade […]

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12 Janet Jackson songs we NEED to hear at “RNB Fridays Live”

August 18, 2019

Not be an entitled crazed fan or anything, but Janet Jackson kind of needs to play the following songs when she headlines the just-announced RNB Fridays Live in November. The annual festival, which always manages to craft heavily nostalgic line-ups of hip hop and R&B, will be headlined by the iconic artist who hasn’t performed […]

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