New Music Discoveries 16th September: Clea, Joesef, Sloan Peterson and more

September 16, 2022

A further ten tracks have been added to our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music, including two tracks we exclusively premiered earlier in the week. Our Track of the Week is “Listen Up” from Clea. The multi-hyphenate – songwriter/producer/performer has released a song of clarity and beauty, crisp clear production with an ethereal warmth […]

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Live Review: Beyond The Valley Day One ft. Joey Badass + Client Liaison + Winston Surfshirt and more (29.12.18)

December 30, 2018

Beyond The Valley (BTV) in Lardner, an hour and a half outside Melbourne has been proving itself to be a hot contender in the battle for the ideal New Years Festival, against tough competition from Falls Festival, Lost Paradise, Field Day and a stack of others. Although Falls generally has the biggest international names, Beyond […]

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Album Review: Clea reveals her cleverly crafted debut Vermillion (2018 LP)

November 21, 2018

22 year old Brisbane girl Clea is set to release her debut LP Vermillion on Friday after she finishes touring Australia and New Zealand with pop-star of the moment, King Princess. Like King Princess’ tracks, Vermillion is a panoramic look at growing up in our contemporary world told through Clea’s resonant and rich voice. From a […]

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Live Review: King Princess + Clea + Paris – The Triffid, Brisbane (03.11.18)

November 4, 2018

King Princess has been bouncing from strength to strength since releasing her international hit “1950” in February. In anticipation of her debut album, the Brooklyn 19-year-old is in town to give Australian audiences their first sneak peak of what to expect. Drag queen Paris opened the night, dressed in a red sequin gown with large […]

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Festival of the Sun welcomes new additions to December event

October 5, 2017

Festival of the Sun is coming up in a matter of a few months now, set to host some of our best loved artists including Meg Mac, The Preatures, Ball Park Music and Holy Holy. The festival is completely sold out – unsurprisingly – for another year, but the good news out of the FOTSUN camp […]

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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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Album Review: Clea – Fairweather (2017 EP)

June 28, 2017

Brisbane-based singer-songwriter Clea recorded her debut EP Fairweather between a mix of coastal, rural and inner city studios and that transient nature has injected itself into her dreamy debut. A mix of urban-esque yet freeing electronic beats lie on a wave beneath Clea’s folk-like, airy vocals as the EP progresses between primary use of synths to […]

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Camp Cope, Gang of Youths & Tkay Maidza rack up nominations for the 2016 National Live Music Awards!

October 10, 2016

The nominees for the National Live Music Awards have been announced around the country today, with 51 categories being unveiled across the board. Winners are to be announced on November 29th at events being run nationally, with both national and state-specific categories being voted on by a judging panel of industry professionals from right around Australia. […]

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Clea talks releasing new music over the summer, touring with a full band and more!

September 22, 2016

Clea has had one great 2016 so far. The Brisbane singer and songwriter has been drip-feeding new music to a growing fanbase around the country and as we approach the end of the year, she’s still got some surprises up her sleeve. At BIGSOUND this year, Clea sat down with Larry to chat about the opportunities the […]

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ICYMI: A look back at our favourite music videos of April 2016

July 7, 2016

April brought us some sexy, hilarious and goddamn captivating music videos – from the likes of George Maple to NGAIIRE, through to City Calm Down and West Thebarton Brothel Party, there definitely was a diverse bunch of clips we were vibing on. Hit ‘play’ and revisit! Playlist 1. George Maple ft. GoldLink “Sticks and Horses” 2. NGAIIRE “Diggin” 3. Alex […]

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Music Video of the Day: Clea “Dire Consequences” (2016)

April 21, 2016

Brisbane’s Clea has achieved a lot in her the last few months; releasing her debut single “Polyester” to critical acclaim, featuring on Zefereli‘s killer single “54321” and getting a whole lot of praise from Triple J. She’s just released the video for her second and equally strong single, “Dire Consequences”, along with a stunning self-directed video. Check […]

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Single of the Day: Clea “Dire Consequences” (2016)

February 18, 2016

20 year old Brisbane artist Clea has captured our attention with her new single “Dire Consequences” – basically, we are here for it. The single marks another step forward for the young artist, who has been consistently chipping away at live touring through 2015 appearing at shows alongside a diverse range of artists including Zefereli, […]

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The 40 Best Songs of 2015: Part One – 40 to 31

December 15, 2015

Yes, that time of the year is here where we look back at our favourite songs from all around the world. Every day for the rest of the week we’ll be bringing you 10 more tracks to complete our collection of the 40 best songs of the year, as voted by our contributors. Here we […]

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