AboutOlivia Gliku, Author at The Creative Issue
With the year well and truely underway, it’s time to start thinking about one of Brisbane’s standout arts events, BIGSOUND.
It’s not every day that an album resonates with you from the get go, but Methyl Ethel have well and truely cracked the code with Triage.
With Laneway Festival done and dusted for another year, we’re already counting down the days until the legendary event is back in town.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’d know that The Delta Riggs have started their 2019 off in a fashion that could put anyone’s New Years’ resolutions to shame.
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.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen Sydney producer, Basenji tearing up any Brisbane venues. We’re glad to say, as of this weekend, that will change. Red Bull Presents: Bright Futures is bringing Basenji back with a night of end-of-semester celebrations at the Empire Hotel on Friday, November 23. The event, a curation by Red Bull Music and multi-disciplined Perth artist Ta-ku, with creative direction by his creative agency Pretty Soon, also features Skin on Skin and Ninajirachi.
“Oh my god, it’s always a surreal moment when I get put on a lineup of any festival, really. This one especially, I think, because I love all the artists who are on it and I feel pretty proud to be a part of it. I think such a solid lineup so I’m really stoked about it.”
Jaguar Jonze’s creative story is one that any music lover should be following. From her culturally diverse background, to her move from bedrooms and basements to the Foundry, and her visual art, she’s everything that we love about Brisbane-based …