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Each August, Brisbanites are gifted a mid-week holiday to appreciate the state’s finest produce,Â sample grandma’s best fruitcakes, and get spun around by suspicious-looking sky-high machines… or simply recover from the night before.
Sydney’s own youthful pop goddess, Montaigne, has been turning heads, and pricking ears, across the country with her new single “Clip My Wings”.
Everyone remembers Vampire Weekend.
Everyone ever, and more so when played anything from Tasmanian outfit Chase City, whose own interpretation of uplifting chords and bubbling tempo combined with an urge to toe-tap a hole through your floor has had Australian crowds doing just that throughout their last 3 national tours. With an extra splash of sunshine to the music that could only come from the local hole in the ozone layer, the band’s newest track ‘I Lost Myself,’ yielded a glowing response from Triple J’s Lachie Macara in late 2014.
Creative Drinks took the time to sit and chat to Tarik and Michael before their Trainspotters show a couple of weeks back.Â
On Thursday the 5th of February, David Jones Burke Street Melbourne, proudly presented their Autumn/ Winter collections to the press.
Luke Carroll takes centre stage in La Boite’s Roundhouse theatre this week to enact Kenneth Graeme’s children’s classic The Wind in The Willows.
Melbourne’s Butterfly Club will be welcoming newcomer to the stage, Phillip Lee Curtis, as he brings his alter-ego PoshLopez to life in what promises to be a jam-packed night of entertainment.
While most of us were enjoying the dazzling promenade of an official opening night of The Triffid with a little help from The Creases, the er, less financially viable among Brisbane’s indie alt/ rock fan base were sweating it out at Fortitude Valley’s Jubilee Hotel on Saturday 8th.
Ahead of her long-awaited launch of BLONDE by Bombshell this Sunday night at Sanctury Cove’s The Village Theatre, Katherine Rodrigues a much loved actress, performer, producer and self-proclaimed feminist will give a jaw-opening 90 minute showcase that will inspire your inner-performer.
It was 10:00am and, clad in black with my most rock â€˜nâ€™ roll lightning bolt boots on, I sat in my favourite Louis XVI style chair waiting for the frontman of Australian rock band Grinspoon to call.