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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | December 9, 2019

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Hockey Dad Get Us Hyped For Beer InCider

September 18, 2019 |

We sat down with Zach from Hockey Dad to chat about touring Europe, his biggest influences and what fans can expect from their performance at Beer InCider this Saturday.  Read More

Montaigne on Complexity and Common Sense

September 16, 2019 |

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. Read More

Brisbane Festival: TRUTHMACHINE

September 16, 2019 |

Are you a fan of innovative artistry? Do you like pushing boundaries, and having your own boundaries pushed? Do you enjoy dark humour and atmospheric tension? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, TRUTHMACHINE is the show for you. Read More

From Darkness Brings It Into The Light

September 13, 2019 |

Have you ever sat on a bus on your morning or evening commute and looked up to see everyone staring at their phones? Read More

Brisbane Festival: Everyone’s On Team Viking

September 12, 2019 |

It’s 7 O’clock on a Tuesday night in a dark theatre in the middle of QUT’s Kelvin Grove Campus. Read More

Five of the Best New Bands at BIGSOUND 2019

September 11, 2019 |

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.

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Artistic All-Rounder Mika Campbell Puts the Feel Good in FeelsClub

September 10, 2019 |

Brissy band FeelsClub have been killing it in the local scene of late, dropping their new single So Done and selling out to Foundry gigs in the last twelve months. Read More

Port Royal: Ain’t Got You

September 2, 2019 |

Port Royal, the band from Brisbane that are revitalising Rock and Roll, are coming back home to end their electrifying tour at Woolly Mammoth on 28th September. Read More

Queensland Theatre Celebrates 50 Years with 2020 Launch

August 22, 2019 |

2020 will mark the Golden Jubilee Of Queensland’s titular theatre company, and they have decided to celebrate in style. Read More

Sweater Curse Headline Brisbane’s Best New Venue

August 6, 2019 |

On Saturday night Sweater Curse headlined Brisbane’s best new venue, and here’s what went down.
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Catching Up With Concrete Surfers

July 26, 2019 |

The Creative Issue caught up with Jovi, the singer and guitarist of Brisbane punks Concrete Surfers to talk about recording their EP, BIGSOUND, Crafted Festival and what’s next in the pipeline.

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GRID Series: Providing Mentorship for Australian Musicians

July 25, 2019 |

GRID, or Grass Roots Indie Development, is a career development program for emerging Australian musicians. You read that right. It’s career development. For musicians.

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Art with a Twist: Bulimba’s Hidden Gem

July 23, 2019 |

Hidden away amidst the quiet suburban streets of Bulimba—adjacent to the cheerful, thriving café French Twist—is a large, inconspicuous warehouse. From the outside, it isn’t much to behold; but as soon as one steps inside the doors of the studio workshop for Art With Love, any doubts they may have towards the building’s interest factor will vanish completely. Read More

Class is in Session; talking School of Rock with Nadia Komazec

July 18, 2019 |

Odds are if you were born in the nineties, Led Zeppelin’s Immigrant Song will always bring to mind Jack Black rocking out in the cult-classic movie School of Rock. Now is your chance to live that nostalgic dream the smash hit stage show adaption is crashing into Brisbane this month. We sat down with lead actress Nadia Komazec to talk about the show, theatre for youngsters, and the subtleties of her character Patty Di Marco.

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