Brisbane Music Archives - Page 3 of 8 - The Creative Issue - News for Creatives
Everything you know, or think you know, about heavy music is probably accurate – songs about death, love, loss and painâ€¦ What you may not know is the extent of expression within the genre, and Brisbaneâ€™s own metal core band Bayharbour are the perfect band to show you what itâ€™s all about.
Itâ€™s a common misconception that Brisbaneâ€™s music scene isnâ€™t the most happening, and that we arenâ€™t hitting the mark like Sydney and Melbourne. However, Brisbane boasts an abundance of talent with bands like ColumbusÂ affirming its lively music scene.
A five-piece all girl punk band from Brisbane with a Daria reference in their band name â€“ need I say more?
Being young with ambition can prove to be challenging, especially in creative fields. But 22-year old filmmaker and music video director Michaela Holmes proves that age is no obstacle when it comes to making it in the creative scene.
Paces is the man behind the music and The Creative Issue have got him in for a tour recap and interview, he really is the music in Tkay Maidzas hit song â€œSwitch Lanesâ€ which polled at number 100 in Triple Jâ€™s hottest 100.
Stones Corner Festival celebrates the Stones Corner community and brings together food, craft beer and entertainment in one big street party. The World Food Markets is a gathering of global flavours and gourmet food trucks held in various locations across Brisbane.
Brisbane Indie-Classical collective Dots+Loops return for theÂ forth show in their series with a night of eclectic and engaging music from some of Australia’s most talented musicians and composers.
The biggest creative music faculty in Brisbane, Tall Poppy Productions, is bringing together 5 up and comingÂ local artists in a tribute to the legendary Neil Young. Each musician will interpret the works of Neil Young alongside a variety of their own original songs, with the night promising to be one for both local music lovers and Neil Young fans alike.
Canadian Roots musician Geordie Tentrees is gearing up for a tour of Australia’s East Coast this March. It’s the award winning singer-songwriters first time in Australia. Well known as a hard working live musician, he once performed 144 concerts in 148 days across 11 different countries. He’s released five albums, with a new release, Less is More, set to drop this year. In preparation for his Australian tour, Geordie spoke to Creative Drinks about his music and upcoming shows.
Melbourne punkÂ rocker’s The Smith Street BandÂ returnÂ this February to Brisbane’s Hi-Fi to promote their latest album Throw Me In the River. Having toured to much acclaim since November in support of the latest record, The Smith Street BandÂ are finally bring their new material to Brisbane audiences This February.
Fresh from releasing their debut EPÂ Feast last month, the Brisbane-bred outfit Emma and The Hungry Truth have announced the release of their second singleÂ The Hungry Truth (Will Feast On You).