Queensland trio, Moreton, have enjoyed an extremely successful year. From touring with huge industry names, to receiving funding from the Carol Lloyd Award, Moreton are on the rise. Front woman, Georgia Potter, joined us to discuss how the award has impacted the band’s career.
In 2018, FOMO Festival 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, the special FOMO By Night event will take place in Melbourne. DJ Dena Amy 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, Your Eyes.
Brisbane’s own, WAAX, have had a huge year. Fronted by an insane vocalist in Marie DeVita, WAAX have blazed through 2017.
It’s time to put your hands on your hips and pull your knees in tight, because the Rocky Horror Show hits Brisbane in January. Richard O’Brien’s non-stop party musical is frothing with timeless classics and cheeky moments bound to have audiences pelvic thrusting in the aisles.
Queensland Music Festival has officially opened entries for the 2018 Carol Lloyd Award. The annual $15,000 prize supports the state’s emerging female singer-songwriters. Additionally, it honours the late Carol Lloyd, who was the first Australian female singer-songwriter to front a successful rock band.
This week we had an in-depth chat to The Velvet Addiction’s Aaron Bach about nationally touring their new EP, Volume 1.
We spoke to Fanny Lumsden about her tour in regional Australia ahead of her show at Lefty’s Old Time Music Hall.
Singer-songwriter Aurelia recently joined us to discuss her debut track, Are We Losing. A musician since a young age, Aurelia found herself returning to writing and performing after a few years off. A previously self proclaimed ‘bedroom artist’, Aurelia recently took to the BIGSOUND stage, and has returned to working on her solo project, a promising one.
Sydney electronic artist and presenter of Triple J’s House Party, KLP will be joining this year’s Yarrabah Band Festival. She joined us to discuss her involvement with the festival, and its Artists in Residence Program.
On Saturday, October 14th, The Creative Issue had the pleasure of attending Migos‘ concert at Riverstage. The Georgia group behind hits like Bad and Bougee and Get Right Witcha were supported by Atlanta musician, 6LACK.