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Ziggy Ramo: On Giving A Voice To The Voiceless

Written by on 6 July 2017

In the heart of NAIDOC week, Ziggy Ramo is here to tell us that apathy is just not good enough.  The political and passionate voice of this young Indigenous hip hop artist is imploring our society to get up and speak out for what is right. Whether his message is mental health, Indigenous rights or speaking [...]

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VIVID: Women In Electronic Music Showcase II

Written by on 19 June 2017

17 June, Oxford Art Factory Oxford Art Factory was on fire with feminine energy on Saturday night. Vivid's Women In Electronic Music Showcase split into two rooms: the Gallery Bar and the Main Stage. The Gallery Bar was lit by a red glow, matching the red, black and white pop art hanging from the walls. [...]

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Ellen Bryant: On The Quality Of Art & Cultural Appropriation

Written by on 11 May 2017

Soulful songbird, avocado fanatic, dream-weaver and goal achiever, Ellen Bryant may only be 24 years old, but she embodies more maturity and style than many others in the independent music game have to offer. She’s the glowing musical goddess, radiating positivity, creativity and the utmost passion, celebrating culture and inspiring other young artists to go and seek their wildest desires and dreams. In the space of [...]

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Mirrah: On Cultural Identity & Finding Her Voice

Written by on 5 April 2017

“I hope you've got your tape recorder!” Mirrah Fay-Parker exclaims over the phone. “Are you ready for a story?” Excitement twinkles in her voice. It's like honey and gravel - one of the most alluring and comforting voices I've ever come across. You want to listen despite not having any previous context to this story, [...]

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Guy Sebastian: On Nice Guys & Red Carpet Dickheads

Written by on 2 April 2017

One of the nicest guys in Australian pop/soul collaborated with one of the nicest guys in Australian dance music. The results have been delicious. “I guess fate brought us together for Like A Version,” says Guy Sebastian. “I did the vocals for Paces’ track Desert, with a formant filter on the voice to make it [...]

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Nathaniel: On Life After X Factor

Written by on 2 April 2017

It seems like an eternity since we saw South African-born Nathaniel Willemse take the stage in the fourth season of X Factor in 2012. Finishing sixth, there was the potential for this talented performer to fall away from the radar, but Willemse is not one to step back from a challenge. Two hit singles and a daring new track Vapours just [...]

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