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Canberra’s KG released his latest single ‘Change’ last month and it holds a powerful message.
July was a great month for the Brisbane music scene. As we power into August let’s take another look back at some great tracks that you may or may not have heard!
As we head into July we’ve officially entered the second half of 2018. It’s been a great year for Australian music and June was no different. Let’s take a look back at the month that just went by and check out some of the month’s best local releases from the Brisbane music scene and beyond!
While his name might not be as familiar to us Aussies who aren’t die-hard ska fanatics, Dan Potthast is a talented muso who’s been keepin’ it real in the USA since the nineties. He’s a beloved cult figure, a veteran performer, and an all around top bloke. We sat down with him for a chat about his upcoming tour Down Under.
We spoke to Jess Cerro AKA Montaigne about her tour, debut album, Unearthed High and diversity in the music industry.
Happy Magâ€™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.Â Happy have partnered up with Zenith Records, Audio-Technica, JBL, Young Henrys and …
Growing up with hip hop running through her veins, it is no surprise thatÂ Blaq Carrie (BC), Brisbaneâ€™s own emerging rap artist, would be absolutely killing it in the music industry. This week BC discussed her new release ‘Lemme Ride’ with TCI.
Forget yesterday, forget today, and look towards tomorrow, because in 2017 the Australian sci-fi series â€œWe Were Tomorrowâ€ will be hitting your screens.
This November the Brisbane Powerhouse will become home to your deepest fantasies and delights, intoxicating thoughts, and pure creative wonders. Step down the rabbit hole, andÂ welcome to the debaucherous end-of-year carnival, Wonderland.Â
â€œItâ€™s time to realise that we canâ€™t keep waiting for others to say something, do something, or fix something in our communities. It starts with me, it starts with you. I am the revolution, you are the revolution, we are the revolution.â€
You do not speak, you listen. You sit quietly in a dark small room, and in just forty-five minutes you are delivered 621 worldly opinions from one woman, Emma Hall. With this; you are shocked, brought to tears, laughing, and all the while you’re thinking; because some day you may to have to choose.Â