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Ghostbuster and Blues Brother Dan Aykroyd narrates a new stunning documentary, covering a most serious topic.
Good Things Festival is the latest to hit Australian shores. This heavy music festival is doing a short run on the East Coast through the start of December.
Ben Wright Smith released his latest EP Psychotropical last week and was kind enough to share the playlist that inspired him!
Gang of Youths were chosen as Australia’s first feature artist for MTV Unplugged Live In Melbourne. Their live album is out today!
Part of Oz Comic Con’s guest line-up is a variety of local comic artists and illustrators. It was great to hear from Tristan Jones (moniker T-Rex), who has written for works such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and illustrated for Aliens.
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!
Slowly Slowly have built a dedicated following in their home town of Melbourne, but last Friday night it was their Brisbane show that went off with a bang. “This is like a home show” declared frontman Ben Stewart. “Thank you so much everyone for coming out, this is crazy”.
We recently had the pleasure of chatting with Johnny Rock, the guitarist and vocalist of Melbourne psychedelic rock band, Pretty City. The past year has been massive for Pretty City. They’ve released their debut album, Colorize, the Nothing Happens for Free single, and spent their November touring Europe.
Melbourne’sÂ HowliteÂ have been called everything from dark pop to goth folk. They’re a quartet with different musical backgrounds and styles, who produce a fascinating hybrid style.Â Howlite‘s vocalist, Alison Thom, joined us to discuss the band’s latest track, Saviour.