AboutMichael Hannay, Author at The Creative Issue
On their second full-length record Self Help, Bugs have progressed immensely from the band that put out Growing Up back in 2016.
There’s no place in the world quite like Brisbane. Beautiful weather, amazing venues, the rock band Powderfinger… unfortunately only two out of three were on show at 2019’s BIGSOUND festival, but we’ll take it.
Yesterday Destroy All Lines announced the second instalment of their annual Good Things Festival, with dates in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
BIGSOUND has today announced their major keynote speakers for the 2019 festival. The lineup is headlined by Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino, writer and industry all-rounder Vivien Goldman, Frontier Touring’s Tour Director Sahara Herald and triple-ARIA nominated Australian Artist Mojo Juju.
Hosted by Grain, Body Type’s headline show on Saturday night at The Foundry represented the seventh instalment of the zine’s ‘Silo’ club nights – curated three-band lineups held at one of the best venues in the river city.
The debut album from Brisbane’s Hatchie is full of surprises and asks an intriguing question about the artist’s future.
Emerging Byron Bay singer-songwriter Yorke has released another indie-pop gem in ‘Thought I Could’ as well as announcing her maiden headline shows.
Fresh off supporting teenage pop sensation Ruel on his massive Australian tour comes Yorke’s moodiest single yet, the …
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Queensland Music Festival have launched the program for what is sure to be a magical musical journey for all Queenslanders.
Sydney indie rockers Middle Kids’ new EP New Songs for Old Problems is an unapologetically loud follow up to the band’s 2018 full-length Lost Friends, and it’s more than capable of filling the big boots of its predecessor.
With the release of new single ‘I Am’, it’s no stretch to say that WAAX are fast becoming one of Brisbane’s premier punk rock bands – it seems like they’re absolutely everywhere at the moment.