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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | June 6, 2020

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Stellie: ‘How Do We Look So Good?’

March 31, 2020 |

Adelaide indie-pop artist Stellie has just released her stunning new track ‘How Do We Look So Good?’. We caught up with Stellie to chat new music, recording and her favourite local artists.

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Behind DRESS CODE’s Youth Culture Video

November 3, 2019 |

We recently caught up with Adelaide’s DRESS CODE to learn a little more about their latest release ‘Youth Culture’. The dreamy release had us hooked from the very first listen, and the accompanying video was no different.

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Laneway Festival Adds Unearthed Acts To Lineup

January 14, 2019 |

St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival released their lineup in September and have announced the final additions with a new act for each city. Read More

Allday Talks ‘In Motion’ and Touring

October 23, 2017 |

Allday spoke to us about his incredible year and his plans for the next one. Read More

The Paper Kites hit Australia’s biggest cities with ‘Midnight’ tour

June 20, 2016 |

Following the release of their second album, twelvefour, Melbourne based indie-rock gems, The Paper Kites, have been busy on the road and behind the scenes; they’ve completed tours from North America to the United Kingdom, released a music video for single, ‘Renegade’, and have recently returned home to Australia to embark on their national ‘Midnight’ tour. Read More

The Adelaide Cabaret Festival – What Comes Next?

June 6, 2016 |

The Adelaide Cabaret Festival is set to be a big one this year. Read More

The Duality of Tkay Maidza and Her Music

October 7, 2015 |

Adelaide-born rapper Tkay Maidza may still be a teenager, but she already showcases a wealth of knowledge well beyond her years. Read More

Community Television In Australia Hanging By A Thread

September 23, 2014 |

Over the next 15 months community television as we know it will be pushed off broadcasting and into online platforms, as licenses are revoked and staff look for jobs elsewhere.

Although many are understandably upset with the decision to axe community television, some are spelling out the obvious, that Australians aren’t watching community TV and this was an inevitable step towards keeping community content alive.

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The weird and wonderful Raymond Crowe returns with new tricks

May 9, 2014 |

Last Wednesday evening I met a man who was full of beans. He matched his top hat with a grey suit that had purple lining and wore a bigger smile than anybody in the room.

Unusualist Raymond Crowe mesmerised an … Read More