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Odette: On Merging Poetry With Songwriting & Sylvia Plath

Written by on 7 November 2017

“Intense and wonderful” is how singer/songwriter Odette describes her debut into the music industry. Charming, well-spoken and with a voice that perfectly captures the tensions of richly sweet melodies and spoken word, the Sydney-sider has already captured the attention and hearts of many. Her first single Watch Me Read You was only released in August [...]

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Luka Lesson, Kahl Wallis

Written by on 17 October 2017

13 October, Brighton Up Bar The art of spoken word is an ancient oral tradition. Over the centuries poetry and music have collided creating an almost transcendental experience that lives beyond the physical realm. Although popular music is ridden with poets, often poetry is reserved for textbooks or to be studied in quiet reading rooms. [...]

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Sampa The Great: On Heroes, Collabs & Capes

Written by on 23 May 2017

After breaking onto the Australian music scene with her brilliant debut The Great Mixtape in 2015, Sampa The Great hasn’t stopped kicking goals and making a name for herself and her refreshing, empowering music and spoken word poetry. With her latest EP, HERoes Act 2, released on 12 May via Red Bull Sound Select, Sampa Tembo is [...]

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