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Boo Seeka, Turquoise Prince, Resin Moon

Written by on 18 October 2017

14 October, Solbar Competing against a Midnight Oil concert 20 minutes up the road, Sydney duo Boo Seeka held their own with a sold out performance at Solbar. First act to get the crowd buzzing for the night was Alice Springs musician Resin Moon AKA Dave Crowe. The producer walked out onto the stage looking like [...]

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These New South Whales

Written by on 17 October 2017

14 October, The Lansdowne Hotel Nipple tape – that’s really the only introduction to These New South Whales that you will ever need. The show started off with a bang – "We don’t need you anymore," kind of ironic, since the song was written about their bass player who left the band, and is now back in [...]

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Photo Diary: Georgia June

Written by on 17 October 2017

I took these photos during my time in New York City recording at Diamond City Studios. It was such an incredible experience working with Joel Wittenberg and Ayad Al Adhamy, they brought the tracks to life and I’m so grateful that they were so welcoming and took me on. We had some crazy times and [...]

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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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The Ruminaters, Crocodylus, Neighbourhood Void, Pelican Boy

Written by on 17 October 2017

12 September, The Lansdowne Hotel Thursday night at The Lansdowne Hotel drew an impressive turnout, and it wasn’t for the chicken parmigiana downstairs. The night saw Avalon boys/local legends The Ruminaters launch their new single I Wanna Fight to a crowd who were very much into it. The show kicked off with support from Pelican [...]

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The Grass Is Greener – Cairns

Written by on 16 October 2017

14 October, Cairns Showground Location, location, location – and I’m not talking real estate. As a destination music festival, location is the game changer for The Grass Is Greener in Cairns, the heart of tropical North Queensland. And I can assure you, the grass really is greener there. Alarms were set for 3.30 AM. Who [...]

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Citizen Kay

Written by on 7 October 2017

6 October, The Landsdowne Friday night at The Lansdowne with Citizen Kay, while not packed out, delivered in energy, warmth and charisma. Performing tracks from his surprise debut record Belly Of The Beast including hot single These Kicks, Citizen Kay was filled with sprightly stage presence and awesome power, despite the room being less than full. [...]

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