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Review: Xavier Mayne, Chase Atlantic – Phases World Tour, The Factory Theatre, Sydney

Written by on 13 November 2019

Alternative-pop trio Chase Atlantic made their much anticipated return home when they hit up Australia for the final leg of the Phases World Tour. The band ended their tour with a bang at Sydney’s Factory Theatre on November 10. Xavier Mayne opened the show with both some released and unreleased tracks, and got the audience hyped up for the […]

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The Female George: On Handsome Girls and Pretty Boys

Written by on 18 September 2019

2019 has been a great year for music so far! While music is great to dance along to, it also serves as a great platform for positively opinionated people to encourage others to think about the issues we face daily. The Female George’s (Ally Georges) debut single Handsome Girls and Pretty Boys does exactly this. Throughout my first listen […]

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REVIEW: Sammi Constantine, Oxford Art Factory

Written by on 6 May 2019

Having recently supported pop sensation Rita Ora on her first national Australian tour earlier this month, Sammi Constantine took to the stage at Oxford Art Factory and had fans dancing the entire night. The Oxford Art Factory is quite the intimidate venue and Sammi had the room maxed out on May 3 where she was up close and […]

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Evol Walks: Our Time is Now – “We are the future”

Written by on 16 February 2019

With a healthy chunk of attitude, a dynamic lead singer and a predilection for rock and roll, Evol Walks have rapidly emerged as a heavyweight contender. Lead by Los Angeles-based Australian singer-songwriter Leah Martin-Brown, these rockers have bagged two EPs, earned plaudits from fans across the world and played across three continents. Evol Walks are […]

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PREMIERE: Planetself inspires change in latest single, The Movement

Written by on 6 February 2019

Soul/hip-hop duo Planetself are back at it with their soul-awakening, spiritual and inspiring tunes with an unreleased track from their latest EP, High Tide. Since Planetself’s formation, Jules and Charli have used their musical platform for good and carry an important connection with the Earth close to their hearts. Their latest single, The Movement, set to be released on February […]

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REVIEW: Falls Festival, Byron Bay

Written by on 5 January 2019

Featuring Anderson .Paak, Vance Joy, Amy Shark, Hilltop Hoods, the annual Falls Music Festival in Byron Bay shaped up to be one of the biggest yet. Festival goers gathered together at North Byron Parklands dressed in their sparkliest clothing, dancing and singing. I instantly felt at home. These were my people. Unfortunately, due to illness, one of the […]

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The Jensens: On new directions and staying true to themselves

Written by on 10 December 2018

Strap in and prepare to be launched into the cosmos with The Jensens and their new jet-propelled single, Coma – a glimpse into the latest musical chapter from the ever-evolving tale of the Brisbane five-piece.  Locking themselves away in the studio, experimenting and recording for the better part of the year, this new sound is a bold […]

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Planetself: On balance, spirituality and being stoned

Written by on 22 November 2018

“I have no idea. I can’t remember. I’m pretty sure we were stoned.” While soul/hip-hop duo Planetself can only partially recall the mind-fucking conversation which led to their discovery, what they can’t forget is this – the important message they strive to deliver through their music and their love for one another. My conversation with […]

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