Author: Josh Green

Phantastic Ferniture and the Blue Mountains origin story

September 12, 2018

If you haven’t already rinsed Phantastic Ferniture‘s eponymous 2018 debut LP so much that you know the exact length of each song, you absolutely need to get onto that NOW. It’s without a doubt one of the best debut releases this year. Fresh from the Sydney underground music scene, the three-piece bring that raw flavour straight […]

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Track of the Day: Brayden Sibbald “Float” (2018)

September 6, 2018

“Float” is the eponymous second taste of Brayden Sibbald‘s forthcoming EP, due out on September 28th, and it’s quite a good taste indeed. Following on from “Baby I Caught Myself Underwater” earlier this year, the song has big, round features to carry Brayden’s voice as it reaches into higher notes. Think Golden Vessel-meets-Jarryd James kind […]

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Meet the Aussies heading to Reykjavík for the 20th Iceland Airwaves

September 3, 2018

Iceland Airwaves will be celebrating its 20th year in November. And some of Australia’s freshest talent have joined the massive line-up to help celebrate. Four Aussie talents have been announced to join a lineup of more than 220 acts – from 26 countries – for the cardinal Reykjavík event, which recently made news for being the […]

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Track of the Day: Austen “Too High To Cry” (2018)

August 31, 2018

Austen, a 23 year old songwriter from Brisbane, has dropped the video for her latest single ‘Too High To Cry’ and it’s a red-hued split-screen insight into Austen’s clever writing. The song is artfully crafted to present the duality of its meaning, with the songwriter suggesting: “I wanted the video to have vulnerable and down to […]

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Shangri-La Hotel is partnering with a private theatre service for an immersive luxury experience

August 30, 2018

Private theatre service Revels In Hand is teaming up with Shangri-La Hotel, At The Shard, London to present four evenings of intimate, luxury theatre.  Revels In Hand, the brainchild of actors Melanie Fullbrook, Freddie Hutchins and Lucy Eaton, are passionate about reviving the lost leisure of theatre done intimately; something which was all the rage […]

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Gig Guide: 9 shows not to miss in NSW this September

August 27, 2018

Somehow August is just about done and we’re nearly in September. That’s two-thirds of the year done. Goneskies. As spring begins to do its thing and the sun starts to stay out a little longer into the evenings, it’s time for us all to dance and mosh our way into the rest of 2018. Here […]

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