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REVIEW: Winston Surfshirt – “Baked Goods” Tour

Written by on 19 June 2019

Enmore Theatre; 31 May 2019 Hmm, where do I start with Winston Sursfshirt’s ‘Baked Goods’ tour?Selling out the Enmore Theatre in Newtown is no easy feat, yet Winston and his band succeeded in doing so. It wouldn’t have been the ‘Baked Goods’ tour if there weren’t a few concertgoers who were baked themselves. I’m not […]

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The Teskey Brothers: On going international

Written by on 1 November 2018

2018 marks 10 years of The Teskey Brothers, Melbourne’s indispensable figures in soul and blues. The band from Warrandyte made a name for themselves playing gigs throughout Melbourne for the past decade, steadily building a consistent audience and their own reputation, whether it was their intention or not. “We’re just best friends, really, if we weren’t […]

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Ocean Alley – ‘Chiaroscuro’

Written by on 13 March 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”8296″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][vc_column_text] Imagine you’re eating a pie. Not just any old pie. You’re sinking your teeth into a wavy slice of groovy-licious pie. The flavours on your tongue taste colourful whilst you’re chewing. You swallow and it’s gone. Your cravings for another piece grow strongly and you would do just about anything for […]

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GALLERY: Jordan Rakei, Noah Slee, Wallace

Written by on 12 January 2018

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Teskey Brothers: On Fines, Followers & Barnsey’s Tape Machine

Written by on 6 December 2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] If there was a soundtrack for the feeling of drinking the world’s rarest, finest whiskey, The Teskey Brothers would be it. Smooth, sophisticated and a little sexy, their smoldering heat fills your ears and glides down your body, leaving you with a subtle tingle like you’ve just taken a sip of some finely aged […]

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Imbi The Girl: On Self-Discovery, Acid Trips & Embracing Sexuality

Written by on 22 September 2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Imbi The Girl has burst onto the Australian music scene really quickly and with a massive impact. Her single Acidic brought together bright soul melodies and raw vulnerable hip hop, her brutal honesty and natural presence is what makes an artist like Imbi such a breath of fresh air in Aussie rap. LunchBox sat down […]

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Kaiit: On Finding Her Voice & Representing Minorities

Written by on 9 August 2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] After releasing her debut single only two months ago, Kaiit has captured the ears and hearts of the Australian music scene. The funky jazz-soul track is full of personality and passion and is an exciting first taste of the young Melbourne artist. After leaving high school in Year 10 and completing the final grade […]

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Q&A: Coin Banks

Written by on 26 June 2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Answered by: Coin Banks Where do you hail from? I was born in Melbourne and moved to Perth just over ten years ago. Give us your wicked-cool backstory: My parents are both Polish refugees who made it out to Australia to give my older brother and I a chance for a better future – and what did I […]

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Baker Boy: On Discovering Hip Hop & The New Generation Of Indigenous Australians

Written by on 3 June 2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Exploding onto the scene with his May release of Cloud 9, this week’s triple j Unearthed Feature Artist Baker Boy has completely thrown the Australian hip hop community for a loop. Born in Darwin and raised in the remote NT communities Milingimbi and Maningrida, he is one of the first artists to rap in his own Yolngu […]

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Kristal West: On The Songs She Wrote For Her Grandfather Eddie Mabo

Written by on 2 June 2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In celebration of National Reconciliation Week (27 May – 3 June) and Mabo Day (3 June), we had a chat to Eddie Mabo’s granddaughter, Kristal West. The Meriam Mer-speaking, Murray Island woman of the Piadram Clan chats about her collection of songs entitled Remembering Ata and single Nibe Nibe, which will be released for the 25th anniversary year of the […]

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