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After selling out theatres, stadiums and festivals across Europe and America, Wolfmother is back on the Australian festival circuit.
At 19, musician Tia Gostelow is the youngest ever recipient of Queensland Music Awards’ Album Of The Year and managed to score a Triple J Feature Album spot with her debut Thick Skin. After moving from Mackay to Brisbane, she’s begun work on its follow up.
On their second full-length record Self Help, Bugs have progressed immensely from the band that put out Growing Up back in 2016.
Voltaire said that ‘common sense is not that common’, and now Montaigne is bringing her own philosophies to the matter in her new album Complex. We sat down for an enlighting chat about the concept of complexity, common sense, and the recent renaissance of Montaigne‘s own music.
Brisbane-based musician Dylan Cattanach has just released the brand new single ‘Life’ from his solo project Katanak.
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.
September is delivering the goods with a jam-packed month of live music. Aside from the likes of Ruel, The Flaming Lips and Smith Street Band, Brisbane is also playing host to Drip World, BIGSOUND, Brisbane Festival and Listen Out, meaning that there’s dozens of big name acts hitting the city.
Yesterday Destroy All Lines announced the second instalment of their annual Good Things Festival, with dates in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
After a massive year in 2018 topped with a performance at the Commonwealth Games Festival, Ella Fence returns with the brand new single, ‘Don’t Feed the Monster’.