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Author: Georgie Wilkie

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Written by on 12 February 2018

Looking for some bangin' new tunes to get you through your week? Georgie Wilkie is here to help you out, with the 3rd edition of Diary of an Unearthed Super User. Enjoy! Emily Wurramara - Ngarrukwujenama To put it simply - this track is breathtaking. I literally lost my breath and had to pinch myself [...]

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Written by on 4 February 2018

Hello! Welcome to another addition of Diary Of An Unearthed Super User, where Lunchbox's very own Georgie Wilkie will run you through some of the best finds among the many uploads on triple j Unearthed in the previous week. Enjoy! S.M.F.Y. - Eilish Gilligan Eilish is back with another enchanting and magical beauty. Her lyrics are [...]

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Written by on 18 January 2018

Hello random internet user! My name is Georgie this is the first taste of my new weekly column celebrating the creme de la creme of uploads to triple j Unearthed, here on Lunchbox! Unearthed is one of the most valuable and powerful platforms for Australian artists to get their music heard, and I have the [...]

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The Preatures, Polish Club, Boat Show

Written by on 25 September 2017

23 September, The Capitol Perth’s Capitol was buzzing early on Saturday 23 September with a steadily growing crowd ready and waiting for The Preatures first support act, local rockers Boat Show. At their core, Boat Show are a really great punk band, and it doesn't take you long to realise or be reminded by the [...]

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Alexander Biggs – ‘Still You Sharpen Your Teeth’

Written by on 20 September 2017

Released last Friday, Still You Sharpen Your Teeth is the debut EP from Melbourne singer-songwriter Alexander Biggs - an intriguing introduction to his sophisticated and emotionally-driven brand of folk-pop. The EP is incredibly cohesive and seamless, both in its themes and musicality, something that artists often struggle to achieve with debut bodies of work. Tracks like [...]

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The Jungle Giants, Lastlings, Heaps Good Friends

Written by on 7 September 2017

2 September, The Capitol Heading over to the west of the country for the last date of their national Quiet Ferocity tour, The Jungle Giants had no trouble selling out The Capitol in Perth on Saturday 2 September. With support from Aussie up-and-comers Heaps Good Friends and Lastlings, it was bound to be a huge [...]

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