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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | August 3, 2020

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AboutReece Dargie, Author at The Creative Issue

Reece Dargie

Reece Dargie

I'm a musician/producer who's realised talking about good music is quicker than making it. I hope to start conversations about great artists, so please stop asking about my karaoke punk band.

Posts By Reece Dargie

PREMIERE: August River Band Release ‘In My Arms’

July 23, 2020 |

Brisbane’s most exciting alt-folk trio August River Band share the second single from their forthcoming album Thank You Pain, premiering exclusively on The Creative Issue.

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PREMIERE: DANII Unveils ‘Out Of My Mind’ Video

July 21, 2020 |

In DANII’s latest music video, the Brisbane artist greets her inner-saboteur donning mantlets and blindfolds. Following the barren imagery that graces the artwork and lyric video, director Harry White closes in on her mind by embracing the restrictive nature of these garments. Read More

Review: Bugs @ The Zoo

July 19, 2020 |

It’s been four or so months since tonight’s patrons have been to a gig, and while things are different, The Zoo has adapted to these conditions to remind us that nothing compares to being blasted with the energy of live music. Read More

Album Review: Holiday Party’s Self-Titled Album

July 6, 2020 |

It’s been three years since our first taste of Holiday Party‘s album with ‘I’m Still Here’, watering mouths with their signature scents of “junkyard pop”. Read More

Have A Fling With Sunbather’s ‘Brown Bread’

June 25, 2020 |

Picture yourself laying with your eyes closed, surrounded by calming sounds on a balmy afternoon. One word for it is sunbathing. Another is Brisbane’s newest dream-pop duo, Sunbather. Read More

Can The Internet Fill In For Lost Gigs?

May 21, 2020 |

When businesses were asked to comply to COVID-19’s restrictions in the drop of a hat, the internet was primed and ready to safely let people order food, watch a movie or buy a new pair of shoes. The tool allowing this happens to be the very one that devalued recorded music at the turn of the century, forcing musicians to place all their bets on performing. Read More

Jamie Lane Finds Positive Change With ‘Sweet/Bitter’

May 1, 2020 |

Jamie Lane aka James Day first emerged in 2018 with ‘Sink’, a bass-heavy pep-talk with himself to overcome the fear of losing his passion for music to his obsessive tendencies. While those tendencies appeared as a threat, his catalogue continues to prove that some introspection can be paired nicely with digging into FL Studio more than the average joe would dare.

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QMusic Announce Free Online Workshops

April 6, 2020 |

A new series of online workshops and masterclasses for musicians has been announced by QMusic, commencing on Monday 6 April. Read More

Album Review: Violent Soho’s Everything Is A-OK

April 2, 2020 |

In 2013 when Violent Soho made “HELL F-CK YEAH” the apolitical national anthem of the ’10s, it was fair to question why that anthem sounded like the ’90s. Read More

Milton Man Gogh’s Starry Night Over The ‘Rona

April 1, 2020 |

In a better world, jazz fusion trio Milton Man Gogh would be in Europe right now to promote their bizarrely bootleg soundtrack of the Queensland beer; but in an unexpected sequence of events, the “uneXXXXpected” tour never made it to soundcheck. Read More

Album Review: The Kite String Tangle’s C()D3X

March 22, 2020 |

A leetspeak variation of a word that generally means handwritten books, C()D3X is an appropriate rebrand for Brisbane producer The Kite String Tangle‘s (aka Danny Harley) latest full-length. Read More

Requin: Brisbane Band To Take On Shark

March 14, 2020 |

Brisbane indie-pop-math-rock band Requin have clicked into gear with new music and shows ahead of their debut LP Shark. Read More

International Womens Day at Crowbar

March 6, 2020 |

Get inspired this IWD by listening to the conversations of Brisbane’s women in music. All proceeds are going towards Girls Rock Brisbane, so head to Crowbar and enjoy the acoustic sets, DJs and BBQ.

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Review: Glass Ocean @ The Outpost

March 1, 2020 |

Sydney’s Glass Ocean along with Ballarat’s Ebonivory dropped in to treat their Brisbane fans to a sophisticated night of progressive music. Read More