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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | August 9, 2020

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‘Thum Prints’ with Tom Thum + QSO LIVE at Powerhouse

July 27, 2020 |

The long wait for live music is over and Queensland Symphony Orchestra, together with beatbox artist Tom Thum, are ready to reconnect with audiences.
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Jamie Lane Finds Positive Change With ‘Sweet/Bitter’

May 1, 2020 |

Jamie Lane aka James Day first emerged in 2018 with ‘Sink’, a bass-heavy pep-talk with himself to overcome the fear of losing his passion for music to his obsessive tendencies. While those tendencies appeared as a threat, his catalogue continues to prove that some introspection can be paired nicely with digging into FL Studio more than the average joe would dare.

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Album Review: The Kite String Tangle’s C()D3X

March 22, 2020 |

A leetspeak variation of a word that generally means handwritten books, C()D3X is an appropriate rebrand for Brisbane producer The Kite String Tangle‘s (aka Danny Harley) latest full-length. Read More

MOZA’s Powerful New Single ‘Gold’

February 20, 2018 |

We spoke to MOZA’s Cam about their music video and tour for ‘Gold’. Read More

INTERVIEW: ILLY RAPS REGIONAL

August 29, 2017 |

Last week we caught up with Australia’s hip-hop hero ILLY ahead of his Two Degrees Regional Tour! Pumping out music faster than he can spit a beat, this 2016 album is in fact his 5th studio album.

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VERA BLUE INTERVIEW: Perennial, Mended and Vulnerability

August 4, 2017 |

Recently we had the absolute pleasure of speaking to Australia’s electro-folk queen, Vera Blue.

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6am at the Garage presents: Projections of Dance

October 10, 2015 |

6am at the Garage is bringing cinematic grandeur to alternative dance music with their Projections of Dance film series at the iconic Astor Theatre. The media collective has developed an eclectic but cohesive program of electronic music cinema that mixes together fiction, documentary and concert films. Read More