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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | April 15, 2021

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AboutOlivia Gliku, Author at The Creative Issue

Olivia Gliku

Olivia Gliku

I write, photograph, love beyonce, and support the use of the Oxford Comma.

Posts By Olivia Gliku

Daggy Man To Play Stellar BIGSOUND Lineup

June 26, 2017 |

The Creative Issue had the pleasure of speaking with Brisbane indie rock extraordinaire, Daggy Man about his upcoming performance at BIGSOUND and his new album, A Lazy Kind of Pain.

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Spilt Milk Festival Sells out in Under 20 minutes

June 19, 2017 |

With an incredible line up, it’s no surprise that Spilt Milk  has officially sold out.

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Interview: Katie from All Our Exes Live in Texas

June 9, 2017 |

The Creative Issue recently spoke with Katie Wighton, the guitarist and vocalist for Australia’s favourite all-female folk band, All Our Exes Live in Texas.   Read More

Interview: Röttem’s Cyrene And Brisbane’s Hardcore Scene

June 5, 2017 |

Hot off the stage from their latest performances at the Bearded Lady and Distort Fest, The Creative Issue spoke to vocalist Cyrene from Röttem about the band’s first release, recent performances and future plans.

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Happy Supports Local Artists with Needle in the Hay Competition

May 29, 2017 |

Happy Mag’s inaugural Needle in the Hay competition could give you the chance to have your music pressed onto 250 copies of vinyl, or win some great tech prizes. Happy have partnered up with Zenith Records, Audio-Technica, JBL, Young Henrys and … Read More

Interview: San Cisco’s Jordi on The Water Tour

May 18, 2017 |

San Cisco have an action-packed year coming up, with the recent release of their album - The Water – a national tour, an appearance at Byron Bay’s Splendour in the Grass, and a North American tour lined up. Read More

BIGSOUND Adds Big Names, Tech and Visual Arts to 2017 Program

May 15, 2017 |

BIGSOUND Festival and Conference has just announced its massive first list of speakers, as well as a new tech and visual arts program.

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