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New free music series ‘Southern Sounds’ kicks off in Melbourne this Thursday

January 9, 2018

Inspired by the spirit of New Orleans, the new live music series helmed by Southern Comfort – ‘Southern Sounds’ – is kicking off this Thursday in Melbourne, with Remi taking the reins at the Northcote Social Club for an unmissable free event. The series heads to Sydney and Brisbane as well this month, with each curated event […]

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Sounds Australia reveals four massive showcases in Austin for SXSW 2017

March 3, 2017

The Sounds Australia crew have come out guns blazing for their annual line up of showcase events for SXSW this year. Always renowned for their curation of stellar emerging and established Australian talent at events the world over, this SXSW foray is not to be missed if you’re soon to be Austin-bound. The massive four showcases include […]

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Adelaide welcomes first weekend of 2017 with brand new event, Gold Fusion – who to see?

January 1, 2017

The first week of 2017 in the City of Churches starts strong with the debut of Gold Fusion, a brand new music event set to showcase some fantastic local talent and visitors from interstate. Held at the Published Arthouse on January 6th, the likes of Oscar Key Sung, I Know Leopard and Ali Barter will […]

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Alex Lahey, Vera Blue, Oscar Key Sung & more feature on first artist reveal for SXSW 2017

September 7, 2016

The first names for SXSW Music have been unveiled this morning, with a solid number of Australians included in this initial artist release. Along with confirmed keynote speaker Lee Daniels (Empire), some impressive speakers have been announced too, making for an eclectic and entertaining program for another year. Featured on the first artist announce today are the likes of Vera […]

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Jack Daniel’s are bringing a pop-up Barrel House to Southbank for 150th anniversary (Melbourne)

June 14, 2016

2016 marks the 150th anniversary of the Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee, which today famously stores 2.3 million barrels of Whisky across 88 barrel houses. It’s an impressive and landmark achievement for one of the most well-known names in the drinks industry, so of course they are pulling out all stops for events to […]

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Jazz, Death Metal, Electronica and Rock feature on the lineup for Dark Mofo 2016

April 10, 2016

One of Australia’s most unique and adventurous festivals, Dark Mofo will be sweeping through Hobart this June for 11 days of what is being described as a “maelstrom of cultural pandemonium”, casting its multifaceted shadow over various nooks and crannies, as well as theatres, warehouses, and hubs, across the city. The program planned to fit […]

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Live Review: “Sound + Vision” Feat. Empress Of + Banoffee & Oscar Key Sung + Charles Murdoch – Sydney Opera House (31.01.16)

February 2, 2016

“Samsung: Sound + Vision” was a debut collaborative music and visual arts project by Vice and Sydney Opera House principal partners Samsung Electronics Australia, taking over the iconic Concert Hall to showcase the marriage of music and technology, as well as the local and international artists involved. Perhaps the strongest element to this project was […]

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Paul Mac, Oscar Key Sung, and more to play Australia’s first queer camping festival

December 20, 2015

“Join us for a frolic in the forest”, reads the tagline for Gaytimes, a brand new Australian camping festival designed for the gay community by the team at Closet Party. Gaytimes will be going down in March 2016 at Kinglake in Victoria, with an impressive curated line-up headlined by the great Paul Mac and beefed […]

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Palms (Sydney) talk brand new LP Crazy Rack, lyric meanings, touring and more

October 30, 2015

Sydney’s indie pop rockers, Palms, were kind enough to join us and share their thoughts and experiences on recent tours with fellow Aussie bands such as Last Dinosaurs and Violent Soho. They talk about their brand new LP, Crazy Rack, out today – we learn that the title is not as cliché rock n roll […]

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