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Watch ILUKA Perform ‘Sympathy’

Written by on 15 December 2017

It's been a big year for Sydney's folk-pop queen ILUKA, wrapping up with another huge announcement very soon! (Soz, under embargo, can't tell ya ;) ) She shares with us a stripped-back performance of her latest single Sympathy, and chats to Hayden about her upcoming EP Ritual, touring with Killing Heidi and her perspectives on women [...]

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Machine Age: On ‘Fighting’, Doubt & The Benefits Of A Team

Written by on 12 December 2017

The Brisbane-based beat maker Adrian Mauro, the man behind Machine Age, known for his powerful blending of electronica glitchy progressions and acoustic instruments, has finally released his brand new single Fighting. Adrian admits that he produced the song himself with additional mixing from the Slumberjack boys and mastering by Andrei Eremin [Chet Faker, Hiatus Kaiyote]. [...]

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Didirri: On Big Whoppers & Calling For Truth

Written by on 1 December 2017

It is a rare experience when an artist bares their soul in all its rawness to their audience. And I can assure you that it is even more unusual that an artist would be equally as candid in an interview. Queue Didirri Peters, a walking and singing dream. “A bit off an odd individual”, the native [...]

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Paul Kelly, Steve Earle, Middle Kids

Written by on 21 November 2017

19 November, Sydney Opera House In an interesting transition from comedy to music, Carl Barron took to the stage on Saturday night under the pseudonym Paul Kelly, to perform some of his music at the Sydney Opera House. ... just kidding. When the topic of Aussie music legends is brought up, always in the mix [...]

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Kim Churchill, Ayla, Taj Ralph

Written by on 28 October 2017

26 October, Solbar Solbar was the place to be if you needed a dose of live music straight at your doorstep and enjoy some midweek drinks. These exact antics were present in the venue’s bandroom when Australian songwriter Kim Churchill brought his Weight Falls album tour to the Sunshine Coast. As punters filled the room, [...]

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Pete Murray

Written by on 31 July 2017

29 July, Enmore Theatre Prior to the 2 June release of Camacho, speculation from both fans and critics was rife regarding the relevance, importance and execution of Murray's latest and certainly most bold album to date. While some saw it as an eager attempt to secure a foothold in a scene that in recent years [...]

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Vera Blue – ‘Perennial’

Written by on 19 July 2017

Vera Blue’s debut full-length Perennial is an album of healing, growth and reflection. Sydney's Celia Pavey has bravely documented the past 18 months of heartbreak, emotional turmoil, learning and hope, following a break-up in the midst of her whirlwind artistic success. Here, the personal meets the profession, Pavey drawing on her story to create 12 [...]

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Q&A: Helen Shanahan

Written by on 5 July 2017

Answered by: Helen Shanahan Where do you hail from? Perth, WA Give us your wicked-cool backstory: I started writing songs when I was in high school, although I only ever played them in the comfort of my bedroom (and the lyrics were probably about Daniel Radcliffe). After high school I studied a Bachelor of Arts, [...]

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