Caiti Baker

Exclusive Single Premiere: Caiti Baker “Gasoline” (2019)

November 4, 2019

Northern Territorian Caiti Baker is about to release her new EP, Dust (Part I), but before that drops we have the Exclusive Single Premiere, and accompanying video of her new single, “Gasoline”. This song neatly dovetails into the first single off the EP, “Gone”, which dealt with captivity and surrender, of healing and forgiving. This new […]

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Festival Photos: Barunga 2019 edition

June 17, 2019

This years edition of the Barunga Festival had as always a very strong lineup of First Nations musicians and close friends. As with the last couple of years Justine Clarke has worked with the local kids for their moment of fame on the main stage. This year with the aid of Serina Pech, they produced a […]

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Photo Galley: Mullum Music Festival 2018 Day Three – Mullumbimby (18.11.18)

November 18, 2018

The 2018 Mullum Music Festival finished on a high yesterday, with a day packed with outstanding performances. Caiti Baker performed her last show of the year. Mike Love unleashed his good vibes and rhythms to a receptive audience. Husky Gawenda wooed the audience with a solo show, and then accompanied by the wonderful Hannah Cameron. Whilst, Thando closed out the Civic […]

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Gig Guide: 9 shows not to miss in Sydney this October

September 27, 2018

It’s the end of September and we are reaching to grasp the Summer Holidays and Christmas celebration, but just can’t quite get there. Stop reaching for holidays and start grabbing tickets because life doesn’t have to be mundane with great live music around everywhere. Here are nine great gigs in Sydney this October that will […]

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Interview: Caiti Baker talks “Gimme” ahead of her National Tour

September 12, 2018

Ahead of her national tour, which kicks off in WA next week, we caught up with Darwin’s Caiti Baker to find out a little more about her new single “Gimme”, what to expect from the upcoming tour, and how music has helped her through some tough times. Congratulations on the release of your new track! You mentioned […]

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

August 29, 2018

Spring is right around the corner! The night’s will be getting longer, and a helluva lot warmer. So there’s no better time to get out and enjoy some live music, and Melbourne, you’ve got some killer gigs coming up next month! Here are our picks for the best live music events not to miss in […]

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Festival Photos: Barunga’s 30th Anniversary Year ft. Saltwater Band, Caiti Baker, Shellie Morris and more

June 14, 2018

This year’s Barunga Festival was a special one, as the regional NT arts, music, sport and dance event celebrated 30 impressive years. On the music front, attendees were spoiled for choice, with performances from artists including the iconic Saltwater Band, Shellie Morris, Caiti Baker and Yirrmal were received brilliantly, while elsewhere on the program, punters got involved in celebrating a rich […]

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Festival Photos: The Aussie BBQ ft. All Our Exes Live in Texas, Ecca Vandal & more – Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London (20.05.18)

May 28, 2018

The back room of the Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen generated some serious heat for The Aussie BBQ this year, with the likes of Caiti Baker, Ecca Vandal and The Kite String Tangle among those who dominated. In the front room also, All Our Exes Live in Texas and Haiku Hands took charge… check out the pics from Dawn Chua below! [print_gllr […]

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Alex Lahey, Jen Cloher & The Jungle Giants among multiple AIR Award nominees for 2018

April 17, 2018

The 2018 AIR Awards returns to Adelaide this July for its second year in South Australia, coming to the Queen’s Theatre on July 26th. Along with the AIR Awards, the two-day Indie-Con Australia Conference also comes back to Adelaide, hosted by The Hindley on July 26th and 27th, welcoming industry folk from around the country to come […]

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Winners of the 2017 AU Awards announced; Meg Mac, Gang of Youths, Bec Sandridge & West Thebarton come out on top

December 14, 2017

Earlier in the week, we announced our annual list of acknowledgements of live music and the artists who have really made 2017 their own, via the annual AU Awards. Whether it was a breakout year for some, or a year where an acclaimed album became a defining moment in a band’s career, 2017 has provided some epic […]

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The 4th annual AU Awards returns for 2017, with Meg Mac, Mallrat & more nominated

December 12, 2017

Returning again to cap off what has been another fantastic year of Australian music, the 4th annual AU Awards are announced this afternoon, recognising what this year has brought some of our favourites (emerging and well established). Whether it be the recent rise of West Thebarton to the juggernaut that Gang of Youths has become in 2017, […]

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Amy Shark, Gang of Youths amongst major winners at the National Live Music Awards

December 8, 2017

Eight events took place simultaneously around the country last night, celebrating the contributions to live music by some of our best established and emerging acts, with the National Live Music Awards taking place from another year. With the ticketed gala event happening at The Grace Darling Hotel in Collingwood, the Melbourne event of the NLMAs saw […]

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Festival Photos: Mullum Music Festival (Day Four) – Mullumbimby (19.11.17)

November 22, 2017

The final day of this year’s Mullum Music Festival ended with a bang of vibrancy, as street parades brought huge numbers of people out in to the open to party, while the likes of Caiti Baker, Jon Cleary, Tinpan Orange and more wowed on stages! Photos by Bruce Baker. [print_gllr id=48638] ———- This content has recently been ported from […]

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Sosefina’s picks: 11 acts who left a lasting impression at BIGSOUND

September 12, 2017

My third BIGSOUND brought with it some definite highlights, from corners I wasn’t expecting. There was a solid hip hop presence at this year’s festival, striking an instant contrast between the hard hitting MC’s and the usual fare of bands taking up on stages throughout the Valley. A main take away I came away from […]

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Manu Crook$ and Caiti Baker reign supreme through BIGSOUND’s second night

September 7, 2017

Night Two of BIGSOUND brought some huge voices out to The Valley on Wednesday night. Split between heavy hitting vocals and fleshed out bands, we were spoiled for choice; when you have the likes of Total Giovanni and The Belligerents rolling alongside buzz artists like Body/Type and Willaris.K, you know that the Australian band scene is heaving. We made sure […]

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Sex on Toast, Caiti Baker & more added to the Queenscliff Music Festival

August 29, 2017

The Queenscliff Music Festival has continued to expand with the reveal of its fourth announcement this week. That’s right, their fourth. Incorporating comedy in with live music seems to be a path many festivals are traipsing these days, but the folk behind QMF have put their thinking caps on in bringing their punters some eclectic as […]

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BIGSOUND artist count rises to 133 with latest round of confirmed names dropped today

July 27, 2017

BIGSOUND has bolstered its 2017 artist list with a stack of new names being released today, taking the official count to 133 (so far). The list sees some BIGSOUND debutantes in the mix with some returning names and a block of Australian favourites set to mix it up in Fortitude Valley this September 5th – 9th. […]

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A.B Original triumph, Tina Arena surprises and Sigur Rós transcend for Splendour in the Grass Day Three

July 24, 2017

Saving the best for last – even after that Powderfinger reunion – Splendour 2017 closed out with what very well may be its single best day in years. The quality on offer from start to finish was undeniable, upheld by both locals and internationals who were clearly set on not letting Bernard Fanning own the […]

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Caiti Baker’s “Make Your Own Mistakes” crowned NT Song of the Year for 2017 in Darwin

July 10, 2017

She’s being hailed as the Queen of the NT music scene by some at the moment and given the amount of national territory Caiti Baker has been traversing through 2017 already, the title is rather fitting. Over the weekend, the talented vocalist and musician took out the top award at the 2017 NT Song of the Year […]

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Nominees unveiled for the 2017 NT Song of the Year; ceremony to take place in Darwin this July

June 22, 2017

There are many things to love about Darwin in July. The cooler weather of the dry season, the mango juice from the Mindil Markets (not to mention the paw paw concoctions at Parap Markets on the weekends, too), the general laid back attitude that is infectious when visiting…the list goes on. One of our favourite parts about […]

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Live Review: Guy Sebastian gives a Sydney audience a lesson in well-refined pop music

April 10, 2017

Forget everything you know about Guy Sebastian. Now, allow me to describe to you an artist whose voice, energy, and undeniable musical talent reaches behind cynicism and invites us to experience pop music as it was always meant to be: powerful, relatable, enjoyable. Titled Sub-Conscious, the intimate preview of his forthcoming album, Conscious, introduced to […]

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The 25th anniversary of WOMADelaide proves that festivals of its kind are true musical sanctuaries

March 17, 2017

Oh, WOMAD. The World of Music and Dance is a hefty title to attribute to a festival but over the last 25 years, the institution has enjoyed huge amounts of acclaim and conjured many timeless memories. Festival goers make the trip every year to indulge in music discovery, learn more about different cultures and to feel a […]

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The Hills Are Alive announces Cloud Control, Amy Shark and more for 2017 festival

February 8, 2017

The hills are definitely going to be alive in South Gippsland in March. The 9th annual ‘Festival of Friends’ and the line-up for The Hills Are Alive is all killer, no filler. For three days, the farm comes alive with music, comedians, food, field games, and for the really committed, free camping. Featuring the likes of Cloud Control, Dope Lemon, Amy […]

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17 artists from Australia and around the world to watch in 2017

January 19, 2017

With a new year of music already well underway, we’re looking down the barrel of an exciting 12 months of international and Australian releases, that much is obvious. While 2016 introduced us to some of our now-favourite artists who really took off in their own way, we also twigged to some bands and solo musos […]

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Toni Childs, Caiti Baker, Montaigne & more join WOMADelaide 2017

January 18, 2017

The final festival announcement for WOMADelaide 2017 has been revealed today, with a whole slew of international and local talent now confirmed to appear in Adelaide’s Botanic Park from March 10th – 13th. Joining the already announced line up – which has included 30/70, Electric Fields, D.D Dumbo and L-Fresh The Lion – are the likes of Montaigne, Toni Childs, Caiti Baker, Kiasmos […]

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Album Review: A.B ORIGINAL – Reclaim Australia (2016 LP)

November 22, 2016

Back in September, I sat opposite Briggs and Trials in Brisbane as they told me about Reclaim Australia, the debut album by their collaborative project A.B Original, and how it stood to shake up not only the Australian music industry, but our social community as a whole. Generally, you learn to take such grandiose claims […]

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Dan Sultan, A.B. ORIGINAL, Emma Donovan and more nominated for National Indigenous Music Awards!

July 14, 2016

The finalists for this year’s National Indigenous Music Awards have been revealed this morning, along with the full list of performers confirmed for the ceremony’s live music program. Artist of the Year nominees at this year’s NIMAs are Emma Donovan, Dan Sultan and Gurrumul Yunupingu, while up for Album of the Year are Gawurra with Ratja Yaliyali, Gurrumul with The Gospel Album and Dan Sultan with Open […]

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Live Review: Hilltop Hoods – Adelaide Entertainment Centre (16.04.16)

April 18, 2016

Hilltop Hoods hit their hometown over the weekend to celebrate the release of their latest album, Drinking From The Sun, Walking Under Stars Restrung—their follow-up to 2007’s The Hard Road: Restrung. Joined by Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (ASO), Adelaide Chamber Singers and other special guests, the sold-out crowd was in for a monumental night. A.B. Original […]

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