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From playing piano at four, to singing at eleven, and studying Jazz music at the Victorian College of the Arts, MIMI‘s connection with music runs far and deep. Now, she’s now working as a cross-genre artist, DJing and singing. MIMI is also just one of the names you would have spotted on the FOMO and FOMO By Night lineup announcements.
On Saturday, we had the absolute pleasure of attending Brisbane’s very own homegrown festival, FOMO. We joined thousands of punters to capture the best moments from performances by Akurei, Dena Amy, Nina Las Vegas, Stooki Sound, Drezo, The Kite String Tangle, Tourist, SZA, Post Malone, ZHU and RL Grime.
In 2018,Â FOMO FestivalÂ is bringing a stellar lineup of artists to Brisbane’s Riverstage. The single-day, single-stage festival will also be touching down in Adelaide and Sydney. Additionally, theÂ specialÂ FOMO By NightÂ event will take place in Melbourne. DJÂ Dena AmyÂ is one of the the stellar performers who’ll be performing at the festival. She joined us to talk about her set and her latest release,Â Your Eyes.Â
On Saturday, October 14th, The Creative Issue had the pleasure of attending Migos‘ concert at Riverstage. The GeorgiaÂ group behind hits likeÂ BadÂ and BougeeÂ andÂ Get RightÂ WitchaÂ were supported by Atlanta musician,Â 6LACK.
Bringing their hiatus to an end, London Grammar is back with their long-awaited second album Truth Is a Beautiful Thing and are set to tour Australia this September.Â The British trio have additionallyÂ released their support acts, making for a line-up too hot to miss.
Newcomer music festival FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) was a hit amongst its attendees, and was named aptly for all around Brisbane who missed out on enjoying the interesting collective of performers they had gathered for the day.
Tame Impala performed their sold-out show in Brisbane on Saturday night, the 21st of November, at stunning outdoor venue The Riverstage, for the final leg of their worldwide tour for their latest full-length album, Currents.