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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | May 29, 2020

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Help, I Lost My Gig

April 8, 2020 |

Disappointed that your favourite concert, festival or gig that was coming up has just been cancelled? But what does this mean for Australian music industry and what can we do to help?

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A Day In The Life: Brooke Falvey

April 8, 2020 |

 

With work commitments being pushed to adapt in a world overcome by COVID-19, creatives are learning new ways to acclimatise to change and produce cultivating content in a new life of uncertainty. Read More

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

‘Red Flag’ Is A Dead Set RAAVE

April 4, 2020 |

We caught up with Joab Eastley from Raave Tapes to chat about new track ‘Red Flag’, the evolution of their sound, safe spaces, and everything else that’s going on right now.

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QSO-solation Playlist Keeps Music Flowing During Isolation

April 4, 2020 |

From Mahler to Madonna, Bach to Buckley … The QSO-solation playlist is here! Artists from Queensland Symphony Orchestra have curated a playlist to keep spirits up and music flowing in these times of isolation.

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Day in the Life: Colin Bushell

April 3, 2020 |

With the Coronavirus pandemic rapidly taking over Queensland, many stores and services have closed down. But what does this mean for creatives?

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A Day in the Life: Alice’s Earth

April 2, 2020 |

Nestled up in the mountains of Brisbane’s North, Cath’s little sustainable jewellery dream has culminated in her business, Alice’s Earth. 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

A Day In The Life: Alix Langley

March 30, 2020 |

Like many of us Alix Langley, a professional model, is working through the effects and mayhem of COVID-19 on the fashion and modelling industry. Read More

Selfish Sons Talk Touring and Coronavirus Delays

March 29, 2020 |

If this is the first time you’re hearing of the Brisbane band Selfish Sons, I doubt it is going to be the last. Read More

A Day in the Life: OhBailey

March 24, 2020 |

Like many other creatives at the moment, OhBailey, otherwise known as Jessica Elliott, is tackling the effects that COVID-19 is currently having on the music industry, as well as her own projects she was planning and working towards this year. 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

Isol-aid Festival Gets Underway

March 21, 2020 |

The resilience and resourcefulness of the music industry is nothing short of inspiring.

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