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Q&A: Mammals

Written by on 13 August 2017

Answered by: Guy Brown Position/role: Mr Mammal Give us your wicked-cool backstory. Where did the name come from and how did you start out? Hailed from the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Kicked around here surfing. As a grommet, I was acting and singing in musicals and operas. Making you buy things you don't need on TV commercials. Growing up [...]

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Paul Kelly – ‘Life Is Fine’

Written by on 11 August 2017

Paul Kelly’s recent releases have experimented with everything from Shakespearean poetry to funeral songs, but his latest record Life Is Fine, out today, takes us back to the music that we first fell in love with. The songs are in conversation with each other; we hear the recurring motifs of nature in the forms of [...]

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Kaiit: On Finding Her Voice & Representing Minorities

Written by on 9 August 2017

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 equivalent [...]

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Pete Murray

Written by on 31 July 2017

29 July, Enmore Theatre Prior to the 2 June release of Camacho, speculation from both fans and critics was rife regarding the relevance, importance and execution of Murray's latest and certainly most bold album to date. While some saw it as an eager attempt to secure a foothold in a scene that in recent years [...]

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Dan Sultan – ‘Killer’

Written by on 24 July 2017

We haven’t heard from Dan Sultan in a while, but his latest album Killer has made sure that we won’t forget him in a hurry. It’s his fourth album, but it seems that for Sultan it is the most important to date, professing that Killer follows the narrative of personal growth and maturity. Each track [...]

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Vera Blue – ‘Perennial’

Written by on 19 July 2017

Vera Blue’s debut full-length Perennial is an album of healing, growth and reflection. Sydney's Celia Pavey has bravely documented the past 18 months of heartbreak, emotional turmoil, learning and hope, following a break-up in the midst of her whirlwind artistic success. Here, the personal meets the profession, Pavey drawing on her story to create 12 [...]

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Dope Lemon, Waax, BYO Daddy

Written by on 14 July 2017

12 July, Beach Road Hotel You’d never go to Beach Road Hotel for a quiet one. Whether you like to have a beer and watch the footy on a huge projector, dance to mainstream pop, play some pool, have a burger or listen to house, techno, indie-rock or folk bands, Beach Road provides the goods. [...]

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