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REVIEW: Glades, LA Women, Balu Brigada

Written by on 8 December 2018

Did you spend your Thursday night at home flicking through your Netflix options? Shame. Glades put on an absolute show for their To Love You Tour to Sydney’s Metro Theatre and I can say with certainty, it was definitely better than watching ‘Rick and Morty’ for the millionth time (not judging you, I promise). The […]

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Kira Puru: On the complexities of pop, finding her sound and going on tour

Written by on 19 November 2018

The bass line infiltrates your body and consumes you. Then beat frees you and moves you. For those three and a half minutes, you don’t care where you are – all you can feel is the music. This is just a small example of what Kira Puru’s music can do. Since taking the step away from her band, The Bruise, and embarking on a solo career towards to […]

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Kota Banks: On the new generation of pop power

Written by on 5 October 2018

Put simply, Kota Banks is a delight. Bringing her intelligence and wisdom into her work – don’t be fooled by her upbeat pop sound: Kota is redefining a genre and an industry.  The Sydney-based pop artist, Jessica Profiri, who burst onto the music scene under the moniker Kota Banks, is a leader in the rising generation of pop sensibility in Australia’s music scene.  Following […]

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Dinley Jones: On signing Opal Cards and mastering ventriloquism

Written by on 26 September 2018

Classically trained singer, songwriter, dancer and actor Dinley Jones made his debut into his solo musical career with his single Radio.  Whilst Radio marks his first official release in the music industry, it is far from his first experience as a performer. Dinley has been performing on stages since 2011, when his singing teacher got him to audition for the Capitol Theatre […]

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Lime Cordiale: On ‘The Squeeze’ Vs. The Fuck-Ups Of Their Unofficial Mini-Festival…

Written by on 25 May 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Befriending inconspicuous white dudes with dreads, throwing raging house parties leaving pundits bruised and battered, lazy days at the beach and chucking on a mini-festival because bigger is better. Welcome to the perplexingly simple – or simply perplexing – world of Lime Cordiale. (That’s ‘cordiaaale’, not ‘cordial’. Jeez.) With their signature pop-driven intrigue that makes […]

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TRU’: On All Girl Electronic, Accommodationless Mates & Confidence

Written by on 24 May 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Sara Tamim is a steadily blooming poppy within the Australian music scene. Working under the title TRU’, her bright, endearing and full-of-life persona is spreading positivity and beautiful tunes at a constantly growing pace. Dipping her finger in several streams throughout the industry, this radiant, emerging artist is bringing her flare for writing and recording to […]

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Hatchie – ‘Sugar & Spice’ EP

Written by on 23 May 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”8917″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][vc_column_text] I was introduced to Hatchie last year after her breakout single Try was released and have been infatuated ever since. A masterful blend of vocal melodies and jangly guitar had myself and many others entranced by the Brisbane artist. Hatchie delivers a sweet dream-pop experience on Sugar & Spice EP through […]

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SŸDE: On Low Budgets, Low Quality Bedroom Studios & Age Prejudice

Written by on 16 May 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Melbourne teenagers Mitch Stephens and Will Hyde are only young in the electronic music scene, but their duo, SŸDE (a mashup of their surnames) has skyrocketed more than they could have ever expected. The 18-year-olds met at school in Year 7, but originally didn’t like each other – because of a girl (Ah, high […]

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