Lisa Mitchell

Live Review: Heavenly Sounds feat. Lisa Mitchell – St Michael’s Church, Melbourne (13.06.12)

June 16, 2018

Melbourne’s tram network was doing its job for once and I found myself blazing along Swanston Street. So when I arrived at St Michael’s with an amazing amount of time to kill, I thought I could collect thoughts, do a bit of street press reading, and maybe mull about discovering some wonderful church architecture. But […]

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Review: Rain came to dampen The Great Escape but instead, the global music industry embraced the conditions in 2017

May 22, 2017

Ah, The Great Escape. Snipping at the heels of its American counterpart, SXSW, the British festival – established for music discovery – has grown considerably in recent year, drawing thousands of music fans and industry professionals out to Brighton to watch hundreds of established and emerging bands from the world over showcase their sounds in a variety of […]

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Sounds Australia outlay huge Sound Gallery & Aussie BBQ plans for The Great Escape

May 12, 2017

The Sounds Australia crew return to the UK for The Great Escape this year and once more, they have curated some incredibly showcases for the British to see what the Australians have going. Two showcases have been planned for Brighton – the Sound Gallery returns to Komedia on Thursday, May 18th, while the Aussie BBQ hits […]

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We go behind the scenes of Super Cruel’s music video for “November”

April 20, 2017

When Tigerilla and Porsches linked up to form the duo Super Cruel, of course people knew they’d be in for a good thing. With their debut single “November”, the duo employed the talents of Lisa Mitchell in properly making their mark too – the most recent result shining in the official music video for the tune, released yesterday. Directed by […]

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Dustin Tebbutt and Lisa Mitchell linking up for national ‘Distant Call’ tour

April 4, 2017

Two of our finest, Dustin Tebbutt and Lisa Mitchell, have just announced a joint tour that is not to be missed this Winter – a nice little home run of shows for the duo who have also been dominating on their own overseas. The tour will be the first time both Tebbutt and Mitchell have performed together […]

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Sampa The Great, Tired Lion among new additions to The Great Escape

February 2, 2017

A hundred new artists have been added to this year’s line up for The Great Escape out in Brighton, UK in May. Widely regarded as the biggest festival in Europe for new music discovery, we’re stoked to see the likes of Sampa The Great, Tired Lion, Slaves, Marika Hackman and more join a stellar group of artists from all over the […]

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Matt & Alex commencing final days at triple j with five-date rave tour

November 22, 2016

Yesterday, Matt Okine and Alex Dyson announced that their time as hosts of triple j’s breakfast show would be coming to an end this December; for Dyson, the end of a 10 year-long career at the broadcaster. Okine of course, came on board in 2014 to replace former host Tom Ballard. For both, it’s been years of early mornings, memorable […]

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Review: Lisa Mitchell wraps up a weekend of sold out shows in Sydney with support from BUOY

October 24, 2016

It was early on Sunday evening when I arrived at the Newtown Social Club; former Lisa Mitchell touring member Charmian Kingston – now performing under the moniker BUOY – had just kicked off her set, playing solo on the keys, with some pre-recorded samples. Her beautiful vocals were the most striking element of her performance, sometimes adding a […]

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Lisa Mitchell on country town upbringings, cats and Warriors

October 12, 2016

Lisa Mitchell wowed us on Australian Idol at the tender age of 16. Now ten years later, she’s about to release her third album Warriors – a inspired and a reflection on her younger years. I sat down with Lisa and spoke about cats, growing up and country towns.

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Lisa Mitchell announces national ‘Something About These Streets’ tour for October

August 22, 2016

Fresh off some killer shows with Grouplove, one of our favourite songstresses, Lisa Mitchell, has announced a brand new headline tour of Australia to support her highly anticipated new album, Warriors! The Something About These Streets tour will take Lisa around the country through October, showcasing music from the new album, including her latest single “The Boys”, a tune that has […]

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Live Review: Grouplove + Lisa Mitchell – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney (16.08.16)

August 18, 2016

The first song I ever heard by Grouplove was “Colours”; I think it was an iTunes Single of the Week back in the days before streaming – remember those?! In the months that followed, while the tune had incredibly high rotation on my iPod, I remember having a feeling they’d be kick-ass live. Hitting the Oxford […]

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Grouplove announce Australian Tour Dates and preview Album Number Three!

June 21, 2016

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Grouplove, but the US band have just announced that the wait will soon be over: they’ve got a new single and album on the way, and they’re going to be kicking off their world tour in Australia with two dates this August! Their highly anticipated third studio album is […]

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Single of the Day: Lisa Mitchell ft. Georgia Fair & Anita Lester “The Coldest Night of the Year” (2015)

December 17, 2015

Any chance to feature Lisa Mitchell, we’re gonna take it. The songstress recently linked up with Georgia Fair and Anita Lester (Lester the Fierce) for this cute track, “The Coldest Night of the Year”. The single is part of the It’s Coming on Christmas compilation that also features tracks by the likes of Marika Hackman […]

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Live Review: Glen Hansard + Lisa Mitchell – Sydney Opera House (17.03.14)

March 17, 2014

It’s hard to go past a magical Monday evening at the Sydney Opera House, under the light of a full moon with one of Ireland’s most successful and prolific singer-songwriters of all days on St Patrick’s Day. Tonight would be a night where Glen Hansard would showcase early material from The Frames right through to his most recent release Rhythmn […]

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Live Review: Andy Bull – Raval, Surry Hills (21.07.10)

August 13, 2010

As Andy Bull just finished mixing his new EP, The Phantom Pains, he has given a bunch of Sydneysiders the unique privilege to hear some of his new materials at Raval in Surry Hills, Sydney. It is also only a few days after Triple J, the nationally-networked Australian radio station, aired his new song “Dog”, featuring […]

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Live Review: West Coast Blues and Roots Festival – Fremantle Park (28.03.10)

April 2, 2010

This year saw the West Coast Blues and Roots move to a new home, this move was billed as a move to make the festival more comfortable and to make use of a bigger space to entice a greater audience. Unfortunately the opposite occurred; parts of the festival were incredibly cramped, with bottlenecks turning up […]

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